The New Orleans Hornets currently have no owner. Local comedian Chris Trew has stepped up to offer his services, to put his own comedy career aside, to keep professional basketball in The Crescent City. Watch this video and see how you can help. If you’re watching, David Stern, please contact Chris over email (christrew AT gmail.com) or twitter (@christrew).
Holy wow! Because of all the awesome support and ultimate back-having, we blasted through the funding limit for our Kickstarter campaign (days before the deadline!) and that means that we will 100% DEFINITELY throw the most kick-ass comedy festival that New Orleans has ever seen this November! Thank you, everyone, for donating and sharing the link with your friends and for believing in what we’re doing, both for local comedy and on a worldwide scale. You can still donate to help make the event even better at the site below:
We have some SUPER-HUGE NEWS to reveal later this week. It’s got to do with the most awesome video project we’ve perhaps ever done and it’s almost ready to see the light of day. All we can say until then is that it’s got lots of stars in it and it’s going to be an ongoing, ridiculous thing and it’s never been done before.
Oh goodness. Where have we Studio 8 boys been for the past year? Few new videos, sparse website updatings, hundreds of self-involved Tweets. Sheesh, do we suck!
Well, ever since Comedy Central aired our short film/TV pilot “The House That Drips Blood on Alex” last October, it’s afforded us with some cool opportunities and we’ve been super busy with some bigger projects that I’m going to briefly talk about here. Some of them are ongoing, some of them are up in the air. And all of them are awesome. Here we go!
The House That Drips Blood on Alex
Whoo boy, this has been one fun ongoing project. It’s definitely our most ambitious thing we’ve ever done and we have high hopes for it. Even though we initially wrote it as a one-off short film, we’ve been treating THTDBOA as a pilot presentation for an anthology horror series, starring Tommy Wiseau and lots of other fun actors from TV, the internet, and some people who just plain don’t belong on camera. So for the past few months, we’ve been pitching the show to lots of companies, and I can’t really say much more about the project except that we have written more episodes, and if you like what we did with the first one, wait until you see what we’ve got cooking for future episodes…
Studio 8′s comedy clubs/improv training centers, The New Movement, are putting together a super-sweet comedy festival called Hell Yes Fest in Austin, TX, this week and you better know about it before you don’t know anything else.
Here’s the slick poster graphic for it, which you can click on to see all the details and buy tickets and get laid and stuff!
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