Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Crazy Acting: Hilarious Video. Ghost Caught On Tape

Those of you who have been reading my blog for a while know that I'm Onision's mom (of YouTube fame . . . seriously: the kid earns a living making videos). Anyway . . . he asked me to play a starring role in the following clip.

I play "Some Sorry Chick" (aka "Total Nut-Bag"). My job was to convince viewers that I was utterly and completely insane while Ghosts Caught On Camera investigated my home. Do you think I pulled "CRAZY" off well enough? [If so, it's all thanks to my oober-talented son/video director Onision.]

My husband Doug appeared as the disappearing phantom. Skye (my utterly gorgeous daughter-in-law) played a less-than-attractive side-kick for Onision. ENJOY!

WARNING: My film director made me swear a lot for this role. If you have children around please turn down the volume; even while cuss-words were bleeped.


Breath-e said...

America's Got Talent!!

and it runs in the family. Be sure to tell Doug he did a great job! That was fun...thanks!

SunTiger said...

Breath-e ~ We had so much fun making the film. Doug did look scary as a ghost. Didn't he!

Anonymous said...

I can't see any video; is there a UToob?
Neat, that you've Nicotianna, in your yard. I don't recommend Smoking, but it's good to have a chaw, when talking to your neighbors, of the Kravitzial Persuasion.

How to get from your grandmother's alarm clock, to a brothel? I'm sure there's a way, but I'm just catching up my friends on my latest researches. How to learn Cuneiform in a couple weeks, is going to be a puzzler.

In the song Vincent, Don McLean sings of Frameless Heads on Nameless Walls, so I framed some heads for a nameless wall.

Arawn Graalrd

SunTiger said...

Hmmmmm. It's showing up on my end. Try this hyperlink perhaps?

Anonymous said...

I don't know why it doesn't show up on the blog page, but I got it on YouTube. It's an evolutionary genre, in an age, when you can be baldly amateurish in your productions, and simply work on telling the story, which is where the real value is.

I've no idea how to get hold of such, but L. Frank Baum did some experimentation, in the early days of Motion Pictures, before the competitive nature of the industry's easy money developed the Teamwork of Hollywood Production Values. Youtube may be a whole new art. I think it was about the length of a commercial, a commercial for not offending a lady's home.

The creatures in their scene, gives me a thought. Michael Jackson wasn't the only one to be very nervous about Production Precision, and a lot is invested in that direction, but Ad Libs have often been improvements on movies, and a more organic style of story telling could be a Kung Fu.

I'm trying to recruit an artist, to make me a virtual beer, for my Sumerian Zigurat. Her Art depends on the Alpha Bug, where computers get confused about which surface belongs in front, and will eventually be solved, so she's a mistress of what's clearly an ephemeral art.

Barnum described Drink as a social vice; Sumerian Beer was a very social activity.


SunTiger said...

Arawn ~ After you described our video as amateurish you lost me in how you got to th topic of beer.


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