Stanley Sievers, the comedian who coined the “Mosh Retirement Guy” character, is making a new mockumentary about that very character.
The plot, which frankly sounds amazing, is about the character getting in trouble for crowdkilling and getting banned from shows. When his favorite band plays a reunion show, he has to find the person he hurt in the pit in order to come out of retirement.
If this sounds funny to you, you can support Sievers on his IndieGoGo campaign. According to his description, he claims the show will have cool cameos from music and TV.
On Instagram, he says:
“Hey folks! I’m super excited to launch this @indiegogo campaign to make a little movie about the mosh retirement guy.
“Ever since I made the first mosh guy video, this was always something I have wanted to do. I want to say I appreciate everyone that has enjoyed the videos. Making stuff like this is one of my favorite things in the world, and I am stoked to make something that I think y’all will love.
“I also want to thank @midnighthour_sfv for letting us film this fundraiser video there. Also @mahaffeytaffy for helping us film. The creative team behind this (@steven.Tobiasz @taylor_frontier and myself) have put together a great plan to make it happen.
“Check it out. Donate a few bucks if you can. Share it. Whatever you wanna do, but I just want to say I’m grateful for everyone that enjoys what I’ve been making. If you aren’t careful, you’ll end up like the old man with the ice pack.”
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