Tuesday, June 11, 2013

New York Times Article

So, thought this was pretty cool.  I was interviewed by Dave Itzkoff at the New York Times for an article he wrote about TV shows that have been re-edited by fans.  Apparently he was made aware of Chronologically LOST and reached out to me to talk about the process.  Honestly the coolest part of the whole thing is learning that Damon Lindelof knows of the project.  And I understand his not wanting to watch it.  LOST is the story that he wanted to tell, I can't blame him for not having a ton of interest in wanting to watch the show completely rearranged.  I mean, it'd be nice if he wanted to watch it, but I get it.

Anyway, here's a link to the article: In a Twist on the Remix, Fans Recut TV Series


  1. Hi, seen episodes from 01 to 20. Thanks a lot for sharing this. There may be some continuity errors? Is that mentioned in this blog?

    1. I've had a few continuity errors pointed out, usually in the episode posts where they occurred.

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