I read the synopsis and thought it was just the premise of the film's story but having read it again I noticed the genre is listed as 'Documentary' and there really is a
In late 2014, a low-res video of a person in a clown mask emerging from underneath a sleeping child's bed appears on YouTube. The description below the video claims that the clown is named "Wrinkles," that he lives in southwest Florida, and that he's been hired by the child's parents to frighten her for misbehaving. The video goes viral. Soon, more mysterious videos of Wrinkles scaring children appear online, along with a phone number to hire him for "behavioral services." Wrinkles becomes internet lore - a whole genre of YouTube videos of kids filming themselves calling him appears online, and over a million messages are left at the number. Voicemails range from disturbing to hilarious to terrifying: parents use the number to terrify their children, kids who are obsessive fans of creepy clowns reach out to make a new friend, children threaten to inflict wildly creative violence if he comes anywhere near them. But who is Wrinkles, and why is he doing this? With incredible access to the mastermind behind the mask, Wrinkles the Clown is a cryptic and playful exploration of these questions, as well as an inside look at myth-building and the unpredictable spread of imagination in the Internet age.
Posted 17th Sep 2019 @ 18:03
I find this whole folding phone concept to be very odd. There seems to be some enthusiasm behind it from the tech community, but the implementations are so poor. They're thick and look to be fragile too.
Foldable phones had their place in history, even I had one, but the formfactor just doesn't work when you're talking about smartphones. There is one application for them thought that I haven't seen looked at yet and I'll look at covering that use case in a week or two.
Posted 16th Sep 2019 @ 20:34