A look at the videos we made in 2011.
- 47 total videos (37 not counting announcement videos)
- 17 videos without guns as the main focus
- 20 gun videos
- 400 million views on our videos this year. 3 video views were from North Korea.
- We wasted 1,500 YEARS of humanity's time
- We lost 181,000 subscribers. Luckily we gained 2.1 million!
- The two Mario videos were the two most favorited, liked, and commented videos
- Cereal Killer and Medal of Honor Cat were the two most popular Non-Mario videos!
Got to hack into the mainframe before the orange pant terrorists can set off a nuke...oh wait...it's a video game, who cares lets get to the action!
After meeting Codemasters at E3 and demoing their new game, BodyCount, they asked us if we would like to make a video around the game! We told them that we would love to since we really enjoyed the game and they gave us access to their massive custom sound effects library.
You can now check out the demo that we played at E3: *******marketplace.xbox****/en-US/Product/Bodycount-Demo/66acd000-77fe-1000-9...
This is how every game of Metal Gear Solid ends for me.
Featuring the talents of Action Factory stunt team. Check them out!
I conduct a stealth ankle shooting mission inside some air ducts, just like a real action movie star!
This is a sneaking mission where I infiltrated a Deaf Person's Warehouse.
Jon Favreau contacted us and gave us resources and full creative freedom to make a video about Cowboys and Aliens! This is what we came up with!
Special thanks to Jon Favreau and Universal Pictures for making this video possible!
Also special thanks to Afrotwine for helping us with some 3D file conversions!
When we raised money for Video Game High School, our feature length webseries, we put a joke reward for the person who pledged $9,001 - the "Over 9000" Reward. That person would receive a video of Brandon and I re-enacting the Over 9000 dressed in Dragonball Z costumes.
Since nobody pledged $9,001 and the demand for this video was so high, we've decided to create it and release it to the internet anyway.
Also, this will probably be the only Dragonball Z video we will ever make.
What happens when a npc straps on a pair of lollerblades and brings the fight to YOU?
Special thanks to Alessandro Schiassi ( *******alessandroschiassi**** ) for VFX supervision/assistance, and also playing the Dude From a GTA Game, and Clinton Jones for helping me get even!
Andy passed away on September 11th, 2011. It was an honor to have had the opportunity to work with him - he was and continues to be the most fun actor we've ever had on set. He launched into every take with more zeal and intensity than anyone I've ever seen, and was a complete blast to work with. RIP, Andy.
They just don't make light gun games like they used to. Very special thanks to Andy Whitfield (Spartacus, from the show Spartacus) for taking time out of his busy schedule to spend an afternoon horsing around with plastic guns with some dudes on the internet!
Announcing the YouTube Roadtrip 2010 - where Brandon, Matt, and I are renting an RV and travelling across the United States for an entire month to make videos in your backyards instead of ours!
By the way, this isn't some month long travelogue - I know you guys would hate that and I would hate it too. This is our usual content, but in a different place.
We need your help though - so submit your information to *******facerocker****/submit (or email it to submit (at) facerocker****)
You can follow our progress at *******facerocker**** - that's where all the trip updates will be.
Follow me on Twitter!
Check out our Facebook Page!
We stopped off in Seattle, Washington to take care of some business, but the business ended up taking care OF US.
Special thanks to Kona's Kitchen in Seattle for allowing us to film at their bar. They fed us, so I can personally vouch for their kickin' rad Hawaiian food - if you're in Seattle, check 'em out - 8501 5th Ave NE
We regretted never doing something for Nolan's awesome movie Inception, and we wanted to do something special for Thanksgiving, so we combined the two! Hope that you guys have a great holiday season!
Special thanks to Phil from WongFu Productions and Sam and Niko from Corridor Digital for helping set up, clean up and film!
For those of you worried that we wasted food, I've kept a tally of the amount and doubled it with a donation of a goat via Heifer International ( *******heifer**** ) - They're a great charity that actually implements long-term sustainable solutions to those in need by providing livestock and training, rather than just food. They're all about teaching a man to fish, rather than giving him one, so I encourage you to check them out.
We shot a 90 minute feature, but we lost the first 88 minutes :(
Here, for your viewing pleasure, is the last two minutes of BEACH JUSTICE: THE ACADEMY.
Logline: When Detective Rick "Bones" Fujimoto gets assigned to the Beach Squad, he gets more than he bargained for!
Ebert gave the movie 1.5 out of 5 stars, which is 0.5 more stars than we ever dared hope for!
Special thanks to Brett Driver, Brett Meloy, Matthew Paden, Nick Peterson, and Clint Jones for helping us out on the shoot.
Also special thanks to Air Dog Airsoft for allowing us to shoot at their facilities!
They are located at 4215 Thurman Rd., Conley, GA 30288.