Episode 2:
The DVD Shelf: UHF

In this episode of The DVD Shelf, David will be looking at the impressive career of comedic musician "Weird Al" Yankovic focusing on his '80s comedy opus, UHF.

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Name: Ricco
Date And Time: 2013-04-05 16:07:20
Comment: I got this Movie on DVD for the first time after seeing it on Netflix!

Name: Daniel Bach
Date And Time: 2012-04-04 18:09:51
Comment: I have definitely seen this film before and while I may not be a huge fan of Weird Al... I always thought his songs were fun to listen to. In fact there is a great video Weird Al did for CollegeHumor last year that parodies the 1997 film "Titanic": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EMLaxZ39sgs Enjoy!

Name: David Rose
Date And Time: 2012-04-01 03:03:58
Comment: @Harryhenry I like that idea. I appreciate the fact that you or others might want to know. I figured just saying it's all done in Photoshop, After Effects, and Premiere Pro would be sufficient enough without revealing all my tricks. As the episodes progress and I start shooting stuff in HD, my graphics get a little more ambitious so it might be interesting to shoot some behind-the-scenes stuff for a future episode. Thanks!

Name: Harryhenry
Date And Time: 2012-03-31 05:46:24
Comment: David Rose, I have a suggestion,why not do tutorial on some of the effects in your videos (like the motion graphics that pop up when you talk about the films cast crew and the theatrical and dvd releases) or a behind the scenes video about how you make the reviews.

Name: David Rose
Date And Time: 2012-03-30 15:30:55
Comment: @JaimeTud Thanks! Yeah, when I was still at this point in the series, I was still working on a good way to summarize the movie without giving away the outcome, and by doing this, I'll admit the summary goes on a bit long. Now that I'm working on episode 15, I've gotten a lot better at giving a more condensed summary of the film, while still giving reasons to go see it outside of just spewing the plot outline.

Name: Jaimetud
Date And Time: 2012-03-30 15:19:43
Comment: Again, excellent show and another thumbs up. When you delved into reviewing the movie, things went into typical linear review territory, but the history of Weird Al before and after the film's release was inspiring and different. Again, your editing is on top and you rocked another episode. Now excuse me, I need to go fix a Twinkie wiener sandwich!

Name: weirdproq
Date And Time: 2012-03-30 13:28:53
Comment: This review was fantastic! I love the in depth look into Weird Al's past. I also like the review. I love this movie.

Name: David Rose
Date And Time: 2012-03-28 16:32:00
Comment: @Jacob I'd never heard of him, but after checking out some of his stuff, I breathed a sigh of relief that our styles were quite different, but still very in-depth indeed. And thanks!

Name: Jacob
Date And Time: 2012-03-28 15:31:06
Comment: Are you familliar with Zaranyzerak? He does pretty in-depth reviews on DVDS/Blu-rays too and if you're not familliar, I highly suggest you check him out. Very good review by the way. I learned alot about Al from watching it.

Name: David Rose
Date And Time: 2012-03-28 14:28:33
Comment: @Hewy Weird Al really is the best isn't he? And this movie is an 80s wonder.

Name: Hewy Toonmore
Date And Time: 2012-03-28 13:28:14
Comment: I LOVE WEIRD AL!!! Great review, dude!!

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