Saturday, June 7, 2008
Kalvin Korff and his broken promises
Kalvin made big promises on delivering a reality based television series and said he had a $25,000,000.00 budget. Kavlin went so far as to announce that he would be announcing who the first supposed cast members of this series were going to be.
Kalvin stated the project was so enormous that it was "expected to produce as many as 5,000 episodes which chronicle all operations, executions, and results."
Kalvin is also quoted as saying, "I promised you all along that this was all going to happen, and as I continue to say each week on The ‘X’ Zone Radio Show, -- and it has. This is just the beginning of many activities, there's much more coming."
What did come our way was a series of repetitive rants posted on youtube.com with a production value so painful to watch that a pre-schooler could easily churn out a more savvy product. There are first year film students with next to no talent that outshine Kalvin's work on their worst day. Kalvin's video were so bad that I would have preferred having a prostate exam with a wire brush than hear the endless rantings spewing from Kalvin's big mouth - rants that are essentially about the same topics and same people each time.
If this is what $25,000,000.00 buys then I would demand a refund of my financing - of course, there obviously is no $25,000,000.00 budget for Kalvin to work with, otherwise Kalvin wouldn't have to sell iPods and iPhones to unsuspecting Czech citizens.
And what the hell is this bullshit about producing as many as 5,000 episodes? Kalvin says his little operation will cease in December 2012. Kalvin has placed a mere 40 videos on his main youtube.com profile since July 2007. This roughly translates to 3.6 videos per month, so in about one-hundred fifteen years Kalvin will have posted 5,000 videos.
Good luck with that, Kalvin. Good luck you lunatic.