It is our second time collaborating with Mohinder Singh! From the mind that brought you 21st Century Tramp, we present to you, Midnight!
A year after the death of his wife and son, a grieving Xavier contemplates taking his own life to join them. When he can’t seem to go through with it himself, a stranger comes to visit at midnight.
Going for a whimsical out of order thing, we are proud to release episode FIVE of Blurry Eel HQ!
Ethan brings the new intern “hire” to meet the guys and tour the facilities. The orientation goes just as one might expect.
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The guys are continuing their playthrough of the SNES classic Super Metroid. It’s, like, so good.
Here’s Parts 3, 4 & 5 right here!:
Coming at you with the third episode of the HQ!
The Blurry Eel gang decides they need an intern. When a bright-eyed applicant answers the call, the guys realize they might have some boundary issues.
Jerson’s video essay gives a look inside how Mayweather vs McGregor, the biggest fight of the decade, came to be.
Matt, Ethan, and Bruce are back!
In this installment of This Dang Game! The guys are blasting their way through Planet Zebes as bounty hunter Samus Aran in the SNES game Super Metroid. What backtracking, platforming, and other frustrating nonsense will they get themselves into? Don’t hate us…we get lost. A lot!
Check out Parts 1 & 2 down below:
We’re proud to release our second installment in the Blurry Eel HQ series!
The Blurry Eel gang is off to a rough start as they try to brainstorm for their next big idea. When they can’t focus, Matt reminds them of what’s really important.
We are proud to finally release our first episode of Blurry Eel HQ. This is a project we have been planning for a long time, and we could not be more excited to show everyone what we’ve been working on. Take a peek inside our new HQ!
For the past few months, I’ve been collaborating with Jerika on a video project to showcase her artwork and to give her a proper spotlight. The idea to work together on this video first came about last fall when she started preparing for her mural. Despite delays and hurdles, she never faltered.
What’s amazing is there was never a shortage of helping hands on this project. Many people came to Jerika’s aid throughout the process to ensure everything could be accomplished within her timetable. With a combination of people she’s known for years and even new friends she’s made along the way, this was truly an effort of community.
Personally, being able to capture Jerika’s vision and tell her story has been a rich and fulfilling experience. I find myself immensely proud of what she was able to create, and how she was able to pull people together. It was an honor to work creatively alongside an artist like herself and to craft a video that pleases both of us the way this one does.
It has been an absolute blast to collaborate with my dear friend.