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Gooble-gabble, gooble-gabble. One of us, one of us.

Hey, remember Daniel Knauf? He’s the Hollywood writer/producer who reacted to the death of Andrew Breitbart with a spectacular fuck-you-leftards I-am-Breitbart Twitter meltdownapaloozala last week. It was neat-o.

Well, he’s got this idea for a movie format. He calls it a box narrative. He’s written a complete script and hired actors and filmed the whole thing. In a house. Full of cameras.

And you — you internet-addicted short-attention-span ADD chipmunk, you — you can watch the story any way you like, by hopping around from camera to camera.

I don’t know if you can pause and rewind, or what. They haven’t released the thing yet and I’m hazy on details.

The first one is a horror movie about a paranormal investigation that goes horribly wrong. It’s by invitation only. Only the first 5,000 people to sign up can watch (at first, anyway). But they won’t release it until 5,000 people have signed up.

I’m in. Join me?

Be a part of…well, I won’t say history. These experimental narrative thingies never work, but heaven help me I love ’em anyway.

And we want Mr Knauf to feel the love, don’t we?

March 13, 2012 — 11:02 pm
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