Posted by F is for Film on March 20th, 2013 | 94 comments
The best things in life come to those who wait a really, really long time. For those who couldn’t be with us for the 2011 premiere, I proudly present to you, “Robots in Dis Guy’s,” the full 24 minute F is for Film pilot that failed to set the world of comedy on fire but stands now as a monument to our reckless youth, creativity, passion and the fucked-upedness of our amazing team and our incredible fans. I love you all dearly, and miss the shit out of you. Here at last: our masterwork.
Posted by F is for Film on March 20th, 2013 | 75 comments
This is something we in the biz call a “Sizzle reel” presumably because they were once printed on beef steaks and cooked to mouth watering medium rare as part of Tinsel Town ritual. We did ours in the style of a grindhouse trailer. Enjoy.
I, Brian, cut this memorial video as sort of a final farewell to the project. It features unseen footage and outtakes as well as some of our best, creepiest moments. Shed a tear and pour out a 40 for F. Love to the moon.
Posted by F is for Film on January 22nd, 2012 | 71 comments
Thanks to everyone who came out for the F is for Film pilot premiere event in NYC at Tribecca Cinemas! For those that couldn’t be at the event you missed a grand drinking good time. We showed the 24 minute pilot episode of F is for Film in its entirety and also a horror short that the F is for Film crew members worked on called The Courtship of Ronson Crumb.
Posted by F is for Film on March 22nd, 2010 | 69 comments
Spring has sprung and with it come groundhogs… and news on the next F is for Film episode! We’re working on a gigantic super-sized episode on three of last year’s biggest films. Currently the staff are running around trying to get all the pre-production work done. This weekend we were out spray painting our F Robots (or Frobots). Check out all the Hot Weather Action on page 3 of Behind the F. We’re super excited about this one. Keep checking back for more soon.
Posted by F is for Film on January 16th, 2010 | 66 comments
“Originally used in our Facebook exclusive video “The 500th Fan,” the U.S. government is releasing this mint condition wallpaper for a limited time only available through our website and ABSOLUTELY FREE. Don’t miss your chance to own this stunning piece of internet history by the web’s greatest prestidigitator of pixels, Christopher Butler (pre-brainotomy). Give your grand kids something they will cherish long after your bones are dust.” (Click image, then right click and “Save image as” to download)
Posted by F is for Film on January 16th, 2010 | 74 comments
Straight from the slums of the internet, comes LIMEHOUSE CHAPPY. Number 1 on Norton’s Most Wanted list for two years running, Limehouse was finally caught in 2002 and did some time in anti-virus lockdown. During his time in the vault, Limehouse became dangerous with the rhyme, turning his addiction to eating electronics into killer hooks and devious code.
He is made of felt.
WORLD WIDE WEB PREMIERE: LIMEHOUSE CHAPPY’S MICROCHIPS VIDEO, AN F IS FOR FILM DOT COM EXCLUSIVE
The debut single from the internet’s most notorious word de-processor is hotter than silly putty in argyles sweaters. Come get some.
To some the internet is wires and porn, to Limehouse it’s an all you can eat buffet. Take a seat and dine with the kid.
The song is called droppin’ decibels but you’re going to want to crank em’ for this party jam. Sets all your circuits to “vibrate”.
Posted by F is for Film on December 8th, 2009 | 72 comments
In this episode of F is for Film : Zack battles his haunted past as he goes head to head with a sadistic gameshow host.. or two on the net’s most popular show “Who Still Wants to Be Poor?” With friends like the Hindu avatar Ram in his corner, how could he lose? Also there’s dancing. Tons of dancing.
Written by Jo Krukowski
Featuring: Matt Borzi as “The Voice,” Chris Butler as Ram, and Sophie Nye as herself.