The latest from The Musical Revue (@TheMusicalRevue). The Musical Revue is an ongoing YouTube series dedicated to the celebration of musical films made from the 1920s to the 1960s
So I’m still trying to discipline myself into keeping this series up and running despite a kind of “meh, kinda cool” response. I’m essentially doing it for myself at this point, but I’m loving it and will continue doing it until I get tired of it.
For those of you interested, The Musical Revue is on Twitter now, and I’ll be using that site to post little updates and daily “quips” to fill in the long spaces between episodes.
In other news, I’m working on another episode that will hopefully be published by the end of this week, and am also developing a “side show” of sorts that will be a countdown series. The latter will be less “serious” than my other reviews and will be more focused on tongue in cheek editorials on scenes and numbers.
So I decided that episode 3 of The Musical Revue is going to be a Christmas Special.
I’ve got less than five days to write this review—despite how relatively short the episodes are (fifteen minutes at most), SO much writing and thought work goes into it. Recording is short, but editing takes me forever.
What is the Christmas episode you may ask?
I think I’m in love with Markiplier.