Ah, thanks for the post Gretyl. That was pretty funny, and a lot better than what I've seen lately.
I think what is going to set Sidequest apart is that it is a fantasy movie that follows the RPG rules, cliches, references, etc. This link reminded me a bit of the first draft, which was set in present times. It proves fun for certain jokes, but I felt it lost a lot of the fantasy and epic pull that way. Also, as opposed to pretty much every fan project I've seen online, there's a story. And a pretty detailed one, with lots of characters. Nothing against the quick jokes, but since the movie is full-length, it's gonna take on a grander scale.
Thanks for the question, and it probably will be better answered by the fans than the crew once it is finished. There is no question that this is a hard movie, I'm gonna go out on a limb and say the hardest movie we've done. But I think you'll appreciate the effort.
Science teacher weak against English. Funny shit.