Alex’s change from a young 20-something college student to a nearly 30 year old man who has gone through 8 years of pain and suffering is expressed incredibly well in the Season 3 DVD case picture.
The others are obviously changed, but his was the most drastic and the most outwardly visible. You can see how the brick-wall, complacent expression clashes with how his eyes look like they’re about to cry so well.
Anonymous said: pretty please with sugar on top never ever do a food posdcast again i almost vomited when heard you & the guys chewing those sounds were gross as fuck and worse than nails on a chalkboard
While anon did not say it very politely, it’s important to note that many people (myself included) have food-based anxieties or misophonia that can be triggered through sounds of chewing. Fortunately I hadn’t listened to the new posdcast yet so at least now I have fair warning.
Anonymous said: Hey Troy! Someone's bound to have asked you this a thousand times but I really wanted to know, after Season 3 is completed, will you be releasing Marble Hornets as a box set? If so, how much do you think it will be? I've been trying to hold back from getting the DVDs until it's done but that "Marble Hornets" trailer by Alex Kralie is looking VERY tempting right about now.