The visuals are deepened by iCIZZLE’s range of video clips selection. all 15 of the music video mashups you are about to watch where created 2011 – 2013 in Vancouver, Wa. Various locations in Oregon. this collection is eclectic and meant to make you rethink what you already think you know about life. Please enjoy responsibility.
Because i like my friends and feel like giving away Free Downloads of my digital short Sissy Socks from back in the day..
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Award-Winning Short filmmaker ICIZZLE presents BAGMAN.
Ethan Michaels is 31, lives at home, doesn’t have his GED, or a job and his girlfriend just broke up with him because she wants a career driven man.
His only dream since childhood is to become a superhero. His parents want him to become a pastor for a safe and secure life to pay the bills.
Ethan rebels and becomes a superhero named Bagman, joins forces with a sidekick pig named Julio and fights the diabolical Boxerman Guy.
In the process he meets Rose Mary and the two date. Will Ethan get a job, his GED and will his parents allow him to become Bagman as a career?
When dogs have a problem there’s only one man they can call: ICIZZLE. No problem a dog has is impossible. “I’m here to help dogs solve their problems. I am ICIZZLE the dog shrink!” ~ ICIZZLE Episode list: Separation Anxiety No Energy Negative Thoughts The Heist Bonus shorts: Be Happy (Film Festival award winner) and The Dog Sitter (The idea for Dog IDS)
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In 2012 I filmed the movie “Elvis What If”. Since that time it seems like a certain company (that I will not name here), and other companies owned by that nameless corporation, have done everything possible to stop the fans from seeing this film. It didn’t work. And that is thanks to people like you watching and sharing the film.
I also noticed that shortly after it became obvious that my movie wasn’t going to be shoved away in a corner another, more mainstream, movie was released that also proposed a different account of history in the “Elvis world”. You may have seen it. It’s called “The Identical”. If you’ve seen both “Elvis: What If?” and “The Identical” then you know that they present drastically different possibilities for you to consider. I’m not going to say which account (if any) is the actual, true, historically correct one. I’ve always left that up to you to make up your own minds after seeing what I found. I will say that the timing of the release of “The Identical”, which presents a much more “corporately acceptable” version of history, has always seemed a little “fishy” to me. Again, you can make up your own minds on that one too.
Anyway… I never imagined the impact that my little ole’ “No Budget” film would have both on the Elvis community and in the halls of corporate America. So on advice from people I trust I’ve decided that I should take another look at my film and make it something that I think is worthy of all the attention it’s gotten.
You can now take a look at the new version of “Elvis: What If?” here…I’d really appreciate it if you could let me know what you think of it now!