Posts Tagged ‘Bob Greenberger’

Proving there’s no accounting for taste…

…the fine folks over at DVD Geeks actually liked the DVD of The Third Annual Shore Leave Comedy Roast for Charity: The Character Assassination of Robert Greenberger!

Go figure.

Their review starts about 13 minutes into the November 14, 2011, DVD Geeks podcast, which is available on their website as streaming audio, and also for download or streaming via iTunes.

If you’ve been on the fence about ordering your DVD of the show, I hope this will tip you over into the “buy” zone. If you’re still feeling undecided, remember you can watch free preview clips of the DVD on YouTube.

And in case you’ve forgotten: As soon as I recoup my costs on this project, I’ll be donating fifty percent of the proceeds from subsequent sales of the DVD to the American Red Cross. So give the gift of laughter this holiday season — and while you’re doing that, give someone a copy of this DVD, too.

Today’s shameless roast DVD plug

Fun fact about the new Bob Greenberger roast DVD: For a number of reasons that are explained in the producers’ commentary track, I decided to produce this show in classic-looking black-and-white, with color footage only for the opening and closing credits.

Has the experiment proved a success? Watch the teaser clips I’ve uploaded to YouTube and decide for yourself. Here’s the first one, featuring some of the opening remarks by roastmaster Alan “Sizzler” Kistler, the creator of host of Crazy Sexy Geeks: The Series.

To buy a copy of the DVD, go to my website: