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2 items from 2012


Guidestones' Premiere and Impressions: An Episode Review

27 February 2012 4:00 AM, PST | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

Guidestones.org has its debut episode online, and the content it delivers is certainly mysterious as the monolith that stands in Elbert County, Georgia. The game is afoot, and this interactive online series is ready to tease as well as tantalize.

The producers of this show certainly understand the medium of creating a television show for the internet generation well. When plenty of distractions can arise while web surfing, the segments offered here are short. The first episode clocks in at about three minutes and it ends with a cliffhanger. The length is perfect to build the suspense and the production quality is in par with the summer blockbusters.

Viewers will have to either wait for the next episode by joining a mailing list, or visit on their own terms. Either way, this series will no doubt draw new viewers in. By signing up, supplemental material will be emailed out. »

- noreply@blogger.com (Ed Sum)

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Mystery Suspense Thriller Guidestones to Debut Online!

12 January 2012 7:30 AM, PST | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

*launching February 2012

Just what purpose does the Georgia Guidestones serve? To the people who have been to Elbert County in the state of Georgia to see them, what exists there are six granite slabs with inscriptions. Writer and director Jay Ferguson has observed that the writing inscribed on them is very prescriptive. His web series, "Guidestones," will explore possible answers in a 50-episode run.

“They really do seem to offer advice for a 'future' civilization,” says this director. "Perhaps these 'commandments' have come from what the builders presume to be good practices in past civilization building?”

Each episode will have a varying run time from a minute to five each, and, depending on what viewers choose to receive to view, get offered tantalizing clues of the 'truth.' In order to erect this megalithic structure, great planning, labour and cost were required. This series will offer a new delivery device »

- noreply@blogger.com (Ed Sum)

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