Check out the official trailer for Bucking Sailboat Season One! We're going to be launching the show this autumn, so be sure to stay tuned!
The trailer for Bucking Sailboat Season One! It's been a long time in coming, but we're finally approaching go time for Bucking Sailboat. And that, dear friends, is very exciting for all of us over here.
I, personally, am very pleased with how the trailer turned out. We even built the entire thing from scratch! No stock footage, no stock music, all original.
I don't even know how many hours I spent composing and arranging the soundtrack for the trailer. But it was a lot.
So, if you haven't already, check out the trailer! But don't stop there! Check the “Media Downloads” section for all kinds of goodies! We have:
» Downloadable video! Put it on your iPod and play it for your friends!
» Soundtrack MP3! Enjoy the trailer's soundtrack? Download it and share it with your friends!
» Desktop Wallpaper! Slap it on your computer desktop and gaze at it lovingly for hours on end! (Er, or something.)
We're giving all this awesomeness to you for a reason though…
See, this video release is a big deal for all of us over here at Markley Bros. Entertainment, so please remember to spread the word and share this video with all your friends! (Try using the ShareThis widget below to post to Facebook, Twitter, etc.!)
Seriously. If we have to beg, we will.
P.S., Let us know what you think in the comments!
The Geek said:
In my listening to the Malex Minute and watching this trailer, I wonder, is Ohioville a city, or a state, or a nation, or a world by itself? Ok, obviously it is in a fictional world all its own, but in that world, what is it?
Aha, the question!
Ohioville is, as you put it, a fictional world all its own. But it has some properties, definitely, that make it a bit unique.
See, depending on the context, Ohioville functions as all of the above. It is a city, a state, and a nation. But there are always other cities, states, and nations. It just happens to be the one we're interested in. And no matter where you live, Ohioville should seem vaguely familiar.
One thing about Ohioville, though – which is not like the real world – is this sense of brokenness that shows up everywhere you turn. Ever notice how insane things always seem to happen to Malex, Linus, and Snuffy in the Malex Minute? They bring it upon themselves a lot, but a lot of times it's just because of Ohioville.
Ohioville is full of broken people and it's run by a broken political system. Its buildings are falling down, its weather is often catastrophic, it has monsters everywhere, and anywhere you look you're very likely to find a wormhole, demon, or a shady vendor selling Wonderflonium Window Cleaner under the train tracks.
Bucking Sailboat, as I have mentioned before, is a sketch comedy show. It's not about characters or situations, it is just a snapshot of Ohioville.