Welcome to the first of our monthly updates, keeping you caught up on everything you may have missed from your old pals the Auralnauts. 


First up is our most recent video, which is part of  a new series we're doing called Fictional Fight Championship (FFC). Craven and Zak take on the role of color commentators for movie fight scenes, calling the action play by play. It's probably the closest we'll ever get to making something involving the sports games. Our first episode is "Logan". If you've never seen the film, stop reading right now and skip to the next paragraph. Or better yet, go watch "Logan". That film is amazing and I don't know what you're waiting for. If you have seen it, you know that Logan faces his toughest challenge to date, his own clone that goes by the name X-24. It's a brutal encounter with an incredibly heartbreaking ending, so we made it funny because there's enough sadness in this world. Enjoy!


Yo dawg, I heard you like updates. So I put an update in your update so you can enjoy more updates. Yeah, that's right. This is a link to an update video. But it's so much more. It also tells you a little about us and what we go through making the type of videos we make. We also talk about our ongoing battle against John Williams that he almost certainly knows nothing about. Oh, and we also mention the only update anyone really cares about, Ep. 6.


Speaking of John Williams, our last video is another entry in our Minus Williams series. If you're unfamiliar, we take memorable scenes from movies that have iconic John Williams scores in them, and we remove them, leaving the viewer with nothing but some awkward visuals and sad little sound effects. This time we hit the flying bicycle scene from E.T. There's one bad word in it, but hey, they used the same word in the actual film, and besides, you just got done watching Logan and his clone turn each other into bloody meat strips, so your shock level should be maxed out anyway.

That's all for now! Until next month.


Craven + Zak

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