Welcome to Loor, Turley Talks Fans!!
We are thrilled you’re here!
Marcus Pittman’s recent appearance on Turley Talks this past weekend landed us a gaggle of new subscribers and let me be the first to say, “Welcome!”
As you already know, Loor is building the tech to stream and fund films that no one else is willing to take a chance on. Whether it’s a documentary about canceled influencer Gothix, an animated series about stuffed teddy bears re-enacting the most violent stories of the Old Testament called Bearly Biblical, or a comedy series spoofing big-evangelicalism called Churchville—Loor really will build something better than what Hollywood offers.
At the moment, Hollywood isn’t doing jack—actors and writers strikes and such. It’s a perfect time for an alternative.
Here’s How It Works:
- Subscribe for your seven day FREE trial here. Set up your password, etc.
- Claim your “Loot” (our in-game currency, driven by subscription money). To see how our Loot system works, click here.
- Browse the “Fund” section and decide where you are going to spend your Loot! Remember, your Loot goes toward funding the content YOU want to see.
- Once you’ve spent your weekly Loot, check the Quests section. You can claim another free 200 Loot just for spending your weekly allotment!
- Go back to the Fund section and spend up that 200 Loot!
- If you really want to get wild and crazy, you can BUY Gold Loot to help fund one of the projects you are especially excited about. Just click on Buy Loot at the top right hand corner of the page. You can choose to purchase Gold Loot in selected increments of 6,500 to 325,000!
If you’re still not sure how all this works, that’s ok. This might be new to you. Just ask a teenager or a kid and they can walk you through it. If you don’t HAVE one of those laying around, check out this video that one of our younger subscribers made.
Hollywood’s Inflation Problem
Hollywood IS facing the issue of inflation, according to an article in The Hollywood Reporter. Specifically, the issue is set construction. Sets are 15% more expensive than they cost just a year ago
We Broke LOOR. Sorry.
Internal investigations at Loor (thanks HR!) discovered that our tech team was whining about being paid “peanuts” and held an insurrection. Think “Hollywood writer’s strike” for nerds.
Disney & the Public Conscience
Certainly Bob Chapek is entitled to his own opinion as a voter with one vote in the election. But does he really speak for an entire media conglomerate?