Friday, September 23, 2016

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

New Music Video - "Snoopy's Big Debut" by Robert Towers

Here is a new music video.  It is "Snoopy's Big Debut." This one is a follow-up to "Cracker Box Palace" and takes place before "Funky Disco Princess" (which got 940 views). You can say that my "Wander Over Yonder" music video trilogy is complete.
When The Peanuts Movie was causing hype last year, I thought will Snoopy speak. If so What would he sound like? Who would voice him, so I guessed Jack McBrayer would be good voice for Snoopy. Wander is as happy, cheerful and energetic as Snoopy. The song was from the 1984 album, "Flashbeagle" which was featured in the special, It's Your 20th Television Anniversary Charlie Brown. Believe it or not, this was my first exposure to Peanuts and this is where my love for Charles Schultz's work all started.

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Powerpuff Girls 2016 Vlog - "Bubbles of hte Opera."

I am back with as I take a look and analyze an episode where Bubbles has a bad day.  Here there be pop-culture references.

I hope you enjoy it.

Shout-out goes to 42nd Street Pete of 42nd Street Forever and Josh Hadely host of the podcasts Radiodrome and Lost in the Static for showing me that you need effort and devotion to be a success when you want to make a movie.

Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Update! (Or the Matthew B. Lamont Panel)

Announcer: Ladies and gentlemen, here he is, the man himself, Matthew B. Lamont

(crowd cheers and Matthew comes in to take a seat)

Matthew: Welcome one and all, I am Matthew B. Lamont.  You are here for some exciting stuff. Right?

(crowd gets excited)

Well then, let us start.  First I am going to talk about that there will be more Powerpuff Girls 2016 Reboot Vlogs.  There will one coming soon where I talk about the Powerpuff Girls - Teen Titans Go cross over and how left a reaction out of me!  Currently the camera has a battery with time limit.  So a battery with a time limit, and this can make something to lower your time.  So sorry about that, but bear in mind, I will vlog about the mini-sodes too.

(crowd cheers)

I will reach my final analysis on that show.  Next, I am going to talk about more music videos.

(crowd cheers)

As you know, I have made George Harrison's Crackerbox Palace.   I have made a music video one time that was never released it is called Rock n' Roll Hootchie Koo.  It features clips from The Nostalgia Critic and Bum Reviews.  However it got rejected.  Going back to Crackerbox Palace is a prequel to Funky Disco Princess.  I am planning to to make a follow-up to Crackerbox Palace.  There will be commentary on that music video soon.  I am planning to make another music video soon that will follow-up Crackerbox Palace.  That is for me to know and you to find out.

Also, I have just completed a safety film from for Tech Central.  I started working on it since January and I completed it at the end of July.  This one is called Tech Central and the Color Code Alert System.   This was inspired by true events that happened to me over the past two years that did not turn out well and was very unpleasant.

(crowd feels pity)

Out of resentment towards that, I decided to a color code alert system like the one the Government uses.

I saw an episode of The Muppets where Kermit says that he has his Color Code Alert System for Miss Piggy!  This is what Kermit said:

"Green, she is calm.  Yellow, she is in tears.  Orange, I am in tears.  But with code red, if she locks eyes with you, it is already too late." 

Inspired by that, I made one up, so thanks Muppets.

(crowd laughs)

Green is everything is OK.  Yellow is hitch, so there a vast majority of certain items are not available.  Orange is trouble, which means the student is clowning around with the employee.  That's a no-no.  Red is danger, which means the student is emotionally threatening.  Finally Purple is threat, which is the student is physically threatening.

It will premiere sometime this fall.  Yes, you with the dinosaur suit.

Dino-fan:  When will Dinosaur Daze come out?

(crowd goes cheering wildly and excited over it by shouting the title)

Matt:  OK, OK.  I know how you feel.  I am trying to get that movie finished.  The live-action is done, the animation is done, but the combining of the stop-motion dinosaurs with the live-action isn't.  There is a special projector for it.  If you remember my previous posts, there are some technical difficulties.  Yesterday, I went to M.I.T. (the Massachusetts Institute of Technology) because I heard via word of mouth that there was a projector for motion analysis there.  Some person named Jim Bales knows about and I am planning to talk to him about using it for a this project.  Elsewhere, Adam Savje told me about that projector is having trouble being fixed so he asked me to give him some online links on where he can get that kind of projector.  Hopefully this project will be completed.  It will be done sometime this fall for a Halloween release or a Christmas release.  I hope it gets done by Halloween.

(crowd applauds)

Currently, I am working on another Break-In Recording.  This one is called Pokémon Oh No!  It is based on the popularity of the game Pokémon Go.

(crowd laughs)

Thank you for coming and have a nice day.  There will be more updates soon and surprises. 

(crowd applauds and leaves)

Thursday, August 4, 2016

Powerpuff Girls 2016 Vlog - "Viral Sprial."

The boys are back in town.  No, not The Rowdyruff Boys.  The Amoeba Boys!
This is a pretty good episode, because it reminds me of the original show!

This (well written) episode is promoting a coding program called Scratch.
You can check it out by clicking here.

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Powerpuff Girls 2016 Vlog - "Man Up 2: Still Manning."

Man Boy is back and what is this man up to?  Find out in this video as I analyze it and give these writers some motivation.


Monday, July 18, 2016

Powerpuff Girls 2016 Vlog - "Once Upon a Townsville."

What is wrong with the episode?!  Is it giving a good message or a bad one?  I have not seen anything like this since "Horn Sweet Horn." 

Also, find out as I pay tribute to Alan Young, the original voice of Scrooge McDuck.


Stay tuned for more.