While spending his time outside to get a clear head from the trouble he got himself into, SaG then comes across his friend Rumpy. They both then hold a discussion on what could or should be done with the current dilemma that SaG goes through. His friend Rumpy then goes out of his way to comfort him in hope of finding the key to the solution. Starring Jack Skyblue, Christine Tsuzaki, Matt J. Crowley, Rob Boor and Antoni Matteo Garcia as Rumpy.
SaG was searching for a consultant of his reviewer website Team Night Saturn. Much time has passed since then and he finally managed to find one. A fellow called Mike Leechaud. Said man insists for SaG to fire all the members that were absent for more than a month. SaG tries to comply with the idea but he was unaware about the outcome which would arrive in the shape of anger and emotions. Starring Jack Skyblue, Christine Tsuzaki, Matt J. Crowley, Rob Boor and Antoni Matteo Garcia as Rumpy.
The Official Trailer to the “The Path in Me” Duology. SaG has to choose between higher chances of fame with the price of hatred or true companionship with the price of endless obscurity. Starring Jack Skyblue, Christine Tsuzaki, Matt J. Crowley, Rob Boor and Antoni Matteo Garcia as Rumpy. Coming this Fall!
The Members of Team Night Saturn are wishing you all Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year.
Originally Uploaded August 13, 2017. After a few years I chose to do a commentary on one of my older Movie Rehab episodes again. I feel this commentary will probably interesting to anyone who’s interested about my view on reviews in general.
Team Night Saturn is now 4 years old! I’m talking a bit about the site, a few reasons as to why I was unable to complete “The Path In Me” at the right time, some future plans with TNS and what I’ve got planned for my own future.
The Members of Team Night Saturn wish you all Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year.
This video is about me talking about why I’m closing down JSS Enterprise and I also look back at the history behind this production company.
Team Night Saturn is now over a year old! To celebrate this event I wrote, directed and produced this nice little short film called Decisions. While this movie is actually more serious given by it’s premise and the way the characters behave it still has some moments where I think some people could start smirking. My intention with this short was to talk about a more serious topic but also try to add something of a positive message at the end of the movie. I hope you enjoy it and I wish for more awesome events for us all: