Wednesday, November 30, 2016

How to Build the Perfect Gingerbread House / Acting with Andy

The holiday season is in full swing and Andy Pyles is leading the runaway train to Santa's village. On this episode of Acting with Andy, you learn, from a master baker how to shape, build and bake the PERFECT gingerbread house. 

We've all seen the traditional gingerbread houses decorated with frosting, gumdrops and minty candies. The smell of fresh gingerbread, the thought of the first snowfall and a Christmas tree brightly lit by a fie all spell the holidays. It's about to change with this tutorial of "How To" create a memory that will last forever. Learn a step by step on every aspect of creating something inspired from a Norman Rockwell holiday portrait. 



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Friday, November 25, 2016

Count Clowny Episode 2 - Check out our Horror/Comedy web series for free

Count Clowny follows the story of Ed, a newly hired horror host at a small television station, based in Ohio. Tony is Ed's boss, who, for whatever reason, just doesn't like Ed. On the second installment of the Count Clowny show, titled Love Walks In, Ed meets Cindy. Cindy is a fellow employee at B4-7 while overbearing boss, Tony, is not too fond of the meeting and tries to be a thorn in Ed's side. You also get a glimpse of a Count Clowny episode, plus Night of the Living Smuppets! It wouldn't be a telecast without Andy Pyles, and Andy teaches us all how to Build the perfect gingerbread house. You get all this and more right here :


You can also catch up with Episode 1 right here:




Plus, you can watch this week's Acting with Andy. Our own acting coach, life guru and all around "DIY" guy, Andy Pyles wants to share the real history of Thanksgiving. We have all heard about the Pilgrims and Indians, but according to Andy, that might not necessarily be the full truth. You might want to watch this for yourself:


Wednesday, November 23, 2016

History of Thanksgiving / Acting with Andy

It's the time of year we should give thanks. Andy Pyles would rather GET thanks. Andy spins his own tale about the history of Thanksgiving. This time around, forget the pilgrims and enter the French and the Dinosaurs. 

Andy hopes you all have a great Thanksgiving, and hopefully this year, he will be able to go with his Momma to his Aunt Florence house and he'll stay away from the litter box. 

Enjoy your Thanksgiving and Thanks for watching!


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Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Today's Acting with Andy has the most intense Mannequin Challenge EVER!!


Acting guru and life hacker, Andy Pyles attempts to pull off the greatest #MannequinChallenge of all time. Everyone has seen the videos of kids, celebrities and even Hillary Clinton do this new challenge, so you are about to witness a veteran of improv and acting, showcase his talent. Also on today's episode, Andy answers your questions. Everything you've ever wanted to know, is answered. 




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Monday, November 14, 2016

How Youtube Will Help Me Become a Better Filmmaker.

I certainly don't have all the answers, hell, like many, I stumble through most projects with a "learn as I go attitude". Its been about 6 months that I've been toying around on youtube. Ive made vlogs, fake commercials, some odd horror quick shorts plus plenty of comedy. If anything, I've become more focused on sound design, using music properly, learning the basics of editing and becoming smarter when writing.

Every advancement I've made was because I did not want to wait around for someone else. I have never been someone who "needs" someone, or like to feel like I do. Your at their mercy, if you do. Often they are less motivated and/or busy. I've had great collaborations and not so great. You have to look at the learning experience. "No one will care about your project more than you", I was taught this years ago and its the truth. This isn't a slight on anyone, just hoping that someone reads this who is waiting for someone else, and decides, enough is enough and I'm gonna learn on my own.

It's been a long few years for me and this "filmmaking" adventure. I've had some success and some failures. It's a tough pill to swallow when you're convinced you are doing something great and it gets 0 response. I don't have an ego about filmmaking, but when you create an idea, it can bruise your "creative ego" when its never blossoms and dies a tragic death.

Let's look at Youtube. Now my growth has been slow and steady, since I have started. The best part about Youtube is I can always be creative. I have started the Acting with Andy web series, plus I did a ton of Dimension Chat's and most recently I started the Count Clowny series. The last two weeks have shed a serious light on my aspirations. I've learned more about myself and what I want from this process. Let's take a quick look at what I have learned about "the audience" and how this can help:

I've learned this one very important fact - Creating content for youtube or online is very different than creating a film. Why? The audience is not vested and will turn off instantly as soon as they are bored. When you purchase a film, the tendency to give the movie time to develop and breath is much longer than in a "click through" environment like Youtube.

The benefit of studying the "numbers" like audience retention, demographics and instant/honest feedback will tell how well you're doing. I can see what platforms people are watching on (tablet, gaming console, desktop and phone), where they are located, male or females and when they click off the content. In "Youtube Land" you're doing a great job if you're holding 50% audience retention. To me, THIS the the most important factor when I look at the past week's video performance.

What does this mean when making something other than typical youtube fodder? People want you to get to the point quickly and keep that point. It's harder to slowly tell a story unless the viewers are really fans of your content, even then, sometimes you can lose some. Luckily, I have a solid group that believe and love what I'm doing. I'm so thankful for those who tune in weekly.

I believe, Youtube has helped me and continues to help me develop my skills. I've learned more about cinematography because I need to make do with very little. I've learned lighting and camera tricks. I've learned how to write stronger (at least I think) and I've learned to be a better editor. Granted, I'm still very early in this and learning all the time. I watch tons of tutorials and I'm never afraid to research or ask others.

Count Clowny has taken a more prominent role for me. The second episode will begun to roll out a stronger tone in there direction that the story is heading. Each episode has a budget, usually less than $300, although some will soon become higher. Kim and I are funding this because its a story we want to tell. I'm hoping that with each episode, my abilities will continue to grow and you are along for the ride.

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Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Tips on How to Make Friends / Plus Being Compatible / Acting with Andy


Not everyone can make friends. Sometimes it can create anxiety and it's never easy. Luckily, we have Andy Pyles offering us advice and guiding us to success. This week, our life hacking guru shares the secrets to Making Friends. Plus, his guide showcases "how to keep them". So much knowledge all at our finger tips. With the help of Curt Robinson, Pyles will make socializing easier. 


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Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Acting with Andy - 5 Tips in Public Speaking

Ever have to deliver a speech in front of people and you were frozen with fear? Wish you had some help? Well, you're in luck. Our veteran life hack guru, Andy Pyles offers his top 5 tips in Public Speaking. How you start, how to close and everything in between. No more anxiety, no more fear...just confidence.







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Friday, October 28, 2016

Count Clowny - Episode 1 - Every Story Has a Beginning

Count Clowny has been in the works for a while now for me. It's been sitting on the back burner and I finally decided that with Halloween approaching, it was the perfect time.

Count Clowny (Rob Dimension) tells the tale of a virtually unknown, being offered a job to become a horror host at a small, channel in Ohio. The first episode shows the station manger, Tony (played by Jeff Roberts) who is setting up this program to fail before it begins. B4-7 has some interesting staff members. This is only the beginning.

Hope you share, subscribe, "give it as thumbs up" and leave a comment. New episodes are monthly, with the next episode debuting on Black Friday, November 25th. Enjoy.


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Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Halloween Safety Tips - Acting with Andy - Last Minute Costume Ideas

On today's Acting with Andy, our life coach, acting mentor and instructional messiah, Andy Pyles shows everyone some last minute Halloween safety tips. Plus, some tricks and treats to get more candy. Safety first, kids. Listen to watch Andy has to say.

If this is your first time meeting Andy, you're in for a real treat. Based out of Ohio, Andy is the flagship show for channel B4-7, a small public access station.

This episode is dedicated to the late, Kevin Meaney. Someone who had made me laugh for over 30 years. His classic stand up routines were echoed throughout our household for many, many years. You can read about my experience on meeting him HERE. If anything, I hope this episode does his legacy justice. He will be sorely missed.

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Friday, October 21, 2016

How to Get Started as an Actor - 5 FREE and easy tips to get started!

I get asked a lot, how to get started in acting and how to get the momentum rolling. I figured I would try to help by offering some quick and simple tips, based on what I've seen and learned after 20 years within the entertainment field. 

I have given several seminars on these types of subjects, especially within the professional wrestling field, including writing, acting and television production.

Getting started - Things have changed over the years and we are now able to reach and see a lot of people. People are constantly saying "I need extras" on social media. Most people, probably have gotten their starts this way...I did. Look for groups that focus on acting. There are plenty of groups on FB that focus locally, and these are a great way to meet filmmakers that are local. Just do a quick search and interact. Head to film festivals to meet filmmakers. Go to conventions and make contacts. You never know who you'll meet. All these tips will help you create a worth or value in your skills, ability and your impression. 

Things I would recommend -

Business cards - I can't stress this enough this classic form of professionalism. Would you take someone seriously if they wrote their name on a piece of scrap paper or on a business card with all their info? Think of it, it makes sense and is easy to look professional. Vistaprint.com can get you 500 cards for like $25. Invest in yourself. Research what types of business cards are recommended. RESEARCH!! Make your 1st impression a memorable one.

Website - This is another easy, no brainer. Creating a website based around what you're doing will let people know more about you.. What you like. Photos. Social Media platform info...all of this are ways for people to discover you. Again, you can buy a domain for $12 from GoDaddy and there are a bunch of free website builders. Look at other actors sites, try to make things clean and professional. 

Head shots - This is a bit more expensive, but well worth it. Having professional head shots available are a HUGE plus when looking for work. This will separate you from others. Be original, have fun and create different looks for different roles.

Demo Reel - if you have already done some work and have some things to show off, this is a great way to showcase all your acting chops for everyone to see. Plus, this can be shared on all your social media platforms. You never know who will see it and think of you with a role in mind.

Acting/Improv Classes - again, not free but a million times worth it. Getting comfortable in front of a crowd, learning to tap into your emotions and doing it on command are vital with being an actor. Remember, acting is a profession. You have to work hard at it to succeed, just like anything in life.

Things to stop doing? 

* Worrying about "likes" on social media. As a society we have become obsessed with "Likes". Likes do not mean anything. Speaking to people does. Having 5,000 friends on FB means nothing since only 2-4% see your newsfeed, which most times is new "friends" you've made and/or people you normally interact with, based on the algorithm. Think about these things. 

* Watch how/what you post and keep your cool on your social media. This will lose you any opportunity quicker than you realize. If you're troublesome online, people will think you are, a potential pain to deal with on set. Speaking from experience, based on some interactions I've had, I won't work with certain people regardless how "great" they are.

These are just some easy tips to start with to help you break into acting, if that is your goal or dream. These tips are enough to hopefully get you noticed by someone and get you going without feeling overwhelmed. I hope this helps anyone who was looking for guidance.


About me - I got my start over 20 years ago, when working for the Warner Brothers Network. I have written commercials, award winning short films, plus countless blogs, like this one. I have acted, performed and worked hard at honing my craft. I have also given numerous seminars based on these basic tips, plus crowdfunding. Make sure you check out my youtube page www.Youtube.com/RobDimension 

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

How to Write a Great Script - Screenplays Made Easy - Acting with Andy


Today's Acting with Andy, our own life coach, life hack guru, actor extraordinaire Andy Pyles breaks down the screenwriting process, creating an easy, "How to", write a great script. Covering the entire process and made simple, for beginners to the most advanced. Known within the industry as a "do it yourself"er, Andy could give this seminar at any acting school in the country. 

Acting with Andy is every Wednesday and a free service. Andy Pyles claims to have been a background actor in over 7 movies. He hosts weekly lessons and free acting class. 

Andy Pyles has been recognized from his walk on roles as an extra in some of your favorite sitcoms like Seinfeld, Friends and Home Improvement. Most times his scenes were left on the cutting room floor, Andy never complained and persevered. Moving forward, living on the streets, honing his skills for survival. If you need inspiration, Andy is your man. 


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Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Dating Tips: Help with your 1st Date - Acting with Andy

Struggling with how to master the dating scene? You're in luck! This week's Acting with Andy showcases the tips, advice and advanced knowledge of the immortal 1st date. What to say, what to do and where to go. All your questions are answered. 

Acting with Andy is every Wednesday and available a free service. Andy Pyles claims to have been a background actor in over 7 movies. He hosts weekly lessons and free acting class. 

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Friday, October 7, 2016

Texas Chainsaw vs Halloween - Who Wins?

This past weekend, at Monster-Mania in Hunt Vally, MD, an internal debate was ignited: Is the Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise better than my beloved Halloween series? I know, crazy right? I consider myself a "lifer" when it comes to my eternal love of Michael Myers, but after rewatching a lot of the Chainsaw series lately, I find myself second guessing. Really ask yourself, which series is the best?

I also discuss why so many seem to take issue with others enjoying the #31DaysOfHorror trend thats happening. If it creates an awareness of what we love, how can its be bad? People are making lists, celebrating their love of the horror genre. I actually enjoy seeing the lists because sometimes, you stumble upon something you haven't seen before. Always a good heads up.

I briefly discuss the new import bluray for the Night of the Living Dead remake from 1990. Tom Savini just recreates the George Romero masterpiece, in what I would say is the greatest remake of all time. 

Is everyone geared up for haunt season? I want to know if you like the haunted houses, the hayrides or if you take some ghost tour? What works for you? Plus, let's be serious for a moment...does anyone actually believe that Count Chocula isn't the best monster cereal? 

Hopefully, you take a few minutes, start you day with watching todays video and enjoy the time we have together.


Thursday, October 6, 2016

Must Add Films to Your 31 Days of Halloween Playlist!

31 Days of Halloween is officially underway! It's that time of the year again and everyone is in the mood for frights, scares and enjoys the blood and gore a little more. There is something about the Fall air that makes this the most wonderful time of the year. The breeze, the turning of leaves, the smell of pumpkin spice and more importantly, the scary movies.

I wanted to toss my hat into the ring for films to add to your #31DaysofHalloween watchlist. I've complied some of our films, that are FREE on Youtube and you can watch them NOW!



The 1st on our list is our multi award winning film, baggage. Baggage was a great film to work on and was, honestly, my homage to Alfred Hitchcock. I wanted to create the feeling of reliving an episode of The Twilight Zone. 

The story follows Benjamin. On the outside, Benjamin seems normal. He heads to work, comes home to his significant other and tries to blend in with the rest of society. Is he hiding something? What is normal? What is Benjamin's personal baggage?

This film was directed by Jeremiah Kipp and was filmed in Long Branch, New Jersey. This film has been screened all over the world and won several awards - Best Short Film, Best Actor, Best Director and Villain of 2014 to name a few. Take a few minutes and check out this short.








Up next is the hyper surreal film, Rabbit Hole. Described as a blend of the classic Wizard of Oz and the iconic Texas Chainsaw Massacre, this tale is something straight out of a drug induced dream. Rabbit Hole, while a metaphor to many, can take on a very real meaning to others. Dottie awakens to find her daughter is missing, her panic and worst nightmares are brought to reality.


An ongoing pace of dread and questions close in, over your shoulder with nothing but uncertainty and nervousness as each minute passes. This is our VHS edit, designed to create the feeling this could be found in anyones attic, with a "taped from late night TV" feel.





Last but not least, our last recommendation is the film that started it all for us, No Clowning Around. In reality, I was struggling with real life depression. This was a way for me to express my thoughts and what I was going through, emotionally. My feeling of being lost. When you watch this, know that Mumbles the Clown, is me. I look at this as a sad story, a story that is so personal but many look at Mumbles as a hero. I appreciate that. I hope you enjoy!


Wednesday, October 5, 2016

How to Flirt - Tips and Advice from a P-R-O-fessional by Andy Pyles

Not everyone can be smooth and meet people without some helpful tips. Flirting is the hardest thing to master, until now. Acting with Andy star and life hack guru, Andy Pyles offers his expertise on Flirting and all the right things to say. 


Never has a tutorial been so informative. The keys to meeting women, creating sexual tension and elevating to the next level. All the keys to success are right here. 

Defy the laws of attraction and learn simple grooming tips, how to approach someone you've had a crush on, with confidence. Stop waiting, start flirting. 




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Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Glamorous Makeover Tutorial - Look Hollywood on a Budget by Andy Pyles

On this week's Acting with Andy, life guru Andy Pyles offers a makeover tutorial. If you have ever wanted that perfect "Glamorous" Hollywood look, but were restricted by your budget, then today is your day. Advice on mud masks, simple make up applications and even a "DIY" face lift are all included. This is a must watch for anyone looking for fame within the elite lifestyle. 


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Friday, September 23, 2016

I Compose Your Mid Life Crisis Survival Guide

It seems everyone hits that period in there life when we begun to question our own existence. It usually happens around 35 yrs old, but sometimes it can happen later. When you think of "midlife" you think of the middle of your lifespan. Being 46, I can only assume my mid life has already happened. While I didn't have much of a mid life crisis, I can certainly relate to questioning "why" on most accounts. 

Why do things cost so much now? What kind of language are the kids speaking? Why is everything blurry when I look at it? These are probably the age old questions I'm asking here.






On this week's Acting with Andy, our resident life guru, Andy Pyles once again offers some solid advice on how to become a film director WITHOUT film school. Yes, you're reading hat right...without the tuition of multiple years of schooling. You to, can become a world famous director like Spielberg, Lucas or apparently, Andy Pyles. So, sit back, watch and learn from the master.






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Wednesday, September 21, 2016

How to Become a Director WITHOUT Film School!!


Want to become an accomplished film director? Debating about film school? Don't bother!! Andy Pyles, world renowned actor and director offers advice and tips about how to skip all that and get right into the action. No books, no tuition...just straight knowledge from the master. 

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Friday, September 16, 2016

Complete Mental Breakdown Caught on Tape!!!

This week, as we approach my 46th birthday, looks like no other. I look in the mirror and I don't recognize the person staring back at me. He looks like he's been through the ringer, so to speak. 

The mentality of, age is just a number, just begins to blend in after a while. We start to question our own mortality. We wonder if we have "all our ducks in a row" so when we pass, we know who gets stuck with all our crap. 

Not to sound bleak, but when we filmed this week's Dimension Chat, things spiraled out of control and I had a bit of a break down...luckily, the cameras were rolling and you get to watch...sickos. 




Also this week, if you missed it, we made the announcement that we will begin production on a new monthly program. This has been in my mind for about a year now. If you remember, I used to host a program called Late Night at the Horror Hotel, which used to be the title of this blog, if you noticed. We were horror hosts and were fortunate to have been in homes all across the country. It was a lot of fun and I have always been drawn back to that type of entertainment and creativity. So, from this, Count Clowny was born. I figure this will be a great way to showcase all of our programming into one show, while still providing weekly content. I imagine you will see even more characters debut plus all the regulars like Acting with Andy, Dimension Chat, Petey Panda and even some eating challenges, plus additional things like horror shorts and fake commercials.




While we are here, we might as well share this week's Acting with Andy. Andy Pyles is a special type of guy. He truly believes he knows everything, except there is a detour between his brain and his mouth. Typically, he ends up saying things he doesn't quite grasp, although he stands behind it all.

This week Andy films his infomercial for "Reviewing Movies" except I'm not sure if Andy knows how to review movies. You'll see that Andy provides info about your entire movie going experience. If you have a blog and you're a movie reviewer, then this dvd is a "Must Buy", or something. Without further ado, here is our boy Andy.




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