The Internet Goes to Washington
Gawker, Buzzfeed, Reddit, and The Huffington Post go to the White House to ask the hard-hitting questions.
Sorry, jilted audience! We haven’t written in a bit. Our bad. Srsly. We’ve been putting out lots of videos lately, and we forget you sometimes like sweet nothings whispered into your ear.
2013 is off to a busy start! We are committing to putting out one video a month, which might not sound like a lot, but TRUST US. It’s a lot of work. That being said, we’ve gotten a healthy dose of views for our video “The Internet Goes to Washington” and our Harlem Shake video (which we did way back when it was still cool, promise). Plus, lots of new subscribers and followers. Yay, metrics!
We also just got done hosting an art auction for Burnaway.org, which was a complete and utter blast, even when the rabid & drunk audience forced me to start stripping. It was like Magic Mike, except for it was really more like Tragic Trevor (I’m a hairy man, GET OVER IT).
Anyway! We have a whole slew of videos on the way, so mark every day on your calendar to check back with us because we’ll get more hits that way. Ok love you bye!
Hi all! A quick update from BH Studios. We have a new sketch that we’re currently editing and will hopefully have ready in the next month or so (there’s violence — yay! — but that takes time — boo!). It’s hilarious and features some great performances, so stay primed for that!
But in more exciting news, Julian and I are in the process of writing a FEATURE-LENGTH SCREENPLAY. That’s right, we’re leaving the short-form world behind for a moment as we craft a narrative that actually has time flesh out characters and expand upon ideas that our 2-3 minute offerings on YouTube rarely allow. In fact, if you add the run times of all of our sketches together, you get 42:20. So all we have to do is double our workload of the past 3 years and TA-DA! We have a movie! Hahahbarf.
Seriously, we’re super excited about the idea — it’s a parody of romantic comedies, but that’s all I’ll reveal. Just know that this will be the all-consuming thing that obsesses us for the next year or two. We’ll keep you abreast of the production schedule as we move along. Keep an eye out for the Kickstarter campaign and, by the way, can we film at your place? Thx<3u
We just released our latest sketch, “HEbrew: the app for gay Jews,” this past Tuesday, and we’ve already gotten a very positive response!
It’s been making the rounds on sites like Queerty and Queerlandia. Plus, we were profiled by The Georgia Voice, and there’s a lot of good info there regarding HEbrew, as well as our origin story (I was raised by wolves and Julian adopted me). Very exciting, be sure to check it out!
This sketch was a blast to film! Thanks to Eli, Nick, Geoff, Josh, Rueben, Rob, and Johnny for being f’ing hilarious. And for letting us make you say/do those things. And thanks to Max Fisher and Keith Huff for their awesome graphics work and sound design, respectively. We’re proud to work with such ridiculous talents.