How to Survive the Strange


Behind the Screams with show creators Bryan and John, via Strange Kids Club!
May 17, 2010, 6:11 pm
Filed under: behind the scenes, news, press

Strange Kids Club, a virtual clubhouse of B-movie monsters and pop culture retro geekdom, scored the first interview with How to Survive the Strange show creators Bryan White and John Herman.

Thanks to the incredible access and audience that the Internet provides, independent creative minds are getting a better chance at sharing some really cool ideas. Point in case is a recent web series developed by web designer and horror blogger Bryan White of Cinema Suicide and jack of all trades John Herman called How to Survive the Strange.

Now check out the interview! It is awesome!

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CONTEST: Win SIGNED books by Joe Hill and Chuck Palahniuck!
May 17, 2010, 2:04 am
Filed under: contests, news

The first rule of Fight Club is: you do not talk about Fight Club. The first rule of our new web series How to Survive the Strange is: TALK ABOUT “HOW TO SURVIVE THE STRANGE” AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE! Have you seen episode one? We have a lot of fun making the show, and we’d love it if lots of horror and comedy fans got the chance to see it. Want to help? To give you a bit of incentive, we are having our first contest. The prizes are: Fight Club (SIGNED) by the cult fiction hero Chuck Palahniuk and Locke & Key (volume one) Welcome to Lovecraft (SIGNED) by incredible suspense novelist and best-selling author Joe Hill. One winner gets both prizes!

So how do you win? There are four ways (and hence multiple chances to win):

1. Invite your Twitter friends to check out the new web series with your best 140 character pitch. In your tweet, include a link: http://howtosurvivethestrange.com (don’t shorten the link). Be sure to use #thestrange so we can find you. Heck, that only leaves you 95 characters!

2. Watch the first episode at Funny or Die and leave us a nice comment. Again, put #thestrange at the end of your comment so we know you are playing to win.

3. Invite your Facebook friends to watch the first episode by sharing the link: http://howtosurvivethestrange.com and perhaps suggesting they become fans via our How to Survive the Strange Facebook fan page! Again, put #thestrange at the end of your message so we know you are playing to win.

4. Watch How to Survive the Strange at Shortstream.tv and leave us a nice comment. Again, put #thestrange at the end of your message so we know you are playing to win.

We will select a winner and notify them here on the blog by Monday, May24th at 9am EST. Must be 18 or older to win. Whether you choose one or do all four, we thank you in advance for your support of our little show. We hope to entertain and delight you with future episodes, live web casts, contests, and more. Next episode comes out in two weeks. Stay tuned!

UPDATE:

And the winner is Von Spiel with his double post on Funny or Die:



“How to Survive the Strange” Sneak Peak
May 5, 2010, 11:37 am
Filed under: news

Head on over to Shortsteam.tv to check out the first official trailer for the “How to Survive the Strange” web series. The first episode will be available free on the web May 16th at midnight. Spread the word to your minions (both Earth-based and intergalactic)!



Join us at Granitecon for an episode screening and the zombie panel discussion
May 4, 2010, 4:44 pm
Filed under: news

Join web series host Bryan White and director John Herman at the Granite State Comicon, one of New England’s premiere comic book conventions, for a zombie discussion panel featuring Adam Miller & Rich Woodall, artistic directors of the red hot new zombie comics anthology Zombie Bomb! The Granite State Comicon is May 23rd in the Radisson Center of New Hampshire in Manchester from 10am to 4pm. Come in costume and get in FREE.



PRESS: “How to Survive the Strange” featured on Public Radio’s Word of Mouth
May 4, 2010, 2:22 pm
Filed under: news, press

Listen to the radio broadcast at Word of Mouth.

Sean O'Connell, How to Survive the Strange - Auditions  (by mrjohnherman)

Photo: Prop master Sean O’Connell talking to radio producer Avishay Artsy