Monday, January 30, 2006

Coming Home To Find a Magic Wand

Lily's Magic Wand, a short we made in October for the Intel Indies contest, is finally available online! Also, Coming Home has been added to the iTunes Podcast.

Speaking of the Podcast, if you've noticed that the first three shorts appear twice in iTunes, it's because they have been retagged as mp4 files for higher compatibility on Macs and PCs. There is no reason to re-download these files unless you really, really want to.

Monday, January 23, 2006

Giant Pandas Are Now Mating at iTunes

That's right. Mating Season is now available in a two-and-a-half inch version. Oh yeah!

Wednesday, January 18, 2006

One Click Is All It Takes

You can now subscribe to the Mediocre Films Video Podcast by simply clicking here! (Okay, then you'll need to click "Subscribe," so that's two clicks.)

Make sure you have iTunes 6, which is free for PC & Mac. Just download it here.

Monday, January 16, 2006

iTunes Is Now Mediocre!

The Mediocre Films Video Podcast is now online at iTunes! And it don't cost nothin'! The first three films available now for iTunes and Video iPods are Shoes, Greg Hits Hollywood, and our brand new short Martha and Vladimir's Adventures in Space!

Soon we'll have a one-click link to subscribe, but until then just launch iTunes, go to the Advanced menu and select "Subscribe to Podcast..." Then copy and paste this URL into the box:

Subscribers will get exclusive videos not available on this website, as well as the first look at our newest shorts!

Thanks for subscribing and helping to spread the Mediocre word, and enjoy watching the Films on your brand new 2.5" screen! Small is the new large!


Thursday, January 12, 2006

Everybody Loves News Updates

Hello everyone! Greg here, creator of your favorite Mediocre Films. Thanks to my New Years Resolutions, Mediocre Films will soon be distributed through iTunes (free movies on your brand new video iPod!), on Sprint PCS phones (you probably have two video phones already!) and at other popular entertainment websites. Stay tuned...

And meanwhile, feel free to tell me which shorts you love and hate, and what you'd like to see in the future.

Peas Out!