About Cheshire Cat Studios
Cheshire Cat Studios has had a turbulent history. Originating as LaughingMan's online presence for his own personal work and some of his early reviews, the site has since grown into an online community of like-minded cynics with a common vested interest in the entertainment industry and internet subcultures.
Cheshire Cat Studios is the home of what we hope is a mix of artistic integrity and dry humour. We share a passion on movies, games and other mediums but are looking to spread our reach into more original content in the future: investigative videos, satirical comedies, and animated podcasts. We like to think that we approach topics with a down to earth, analytical viewpoint and don't play favorites. Hopefully this reflects in our articles, reviews, videos, and our ethos as a site.
At CheshireCatStudios you can:
How can I join CCS?
The best way to join us is to participate in our forums and become an earnest member of our community. If you like what we do and want to contribute, then feel free to send us a pitch or submission to:
Why should I join CCS?
We're currently striving to develop a network of like-minded and talented individuals who collaborate to produce qualitative content. Within this network we'll be actively cross-promoting works and further extending our outreach and viewership for its individual members. The end result is an ever-increasing viewership for all contributors.
CCS has a core ethic that people's contributions are their own, and we prefer to give credit where credit is due. As CCS largely acts as a publishing platform in that respect, and contributors retain the rights to their work.
We also offer the ability for contributors to monetize their own content through their personal ad systems like Project Wonderful and Google Adsense. The more content you make, the more money you earn.
Can I submit my funny/angry video review series or let's plays?
We can respect the fact that lots of people want to do nostalgic angry nerd video reviews or vids of themselves playing video games because they're easy and have the potential to be fun to make, but unfortunately we believe that the market for these types of videos are already over-saturated. We prefer more original and insightful content.
Then what kinds of content are you looking for?
For video series we would like creative and analytical looks at various topics regarding the entertainment industries: movies, games, and other popular mediums.
We are currently looking for more writers who have a cynical or witty sense of humor. To submit your own review or article send us a pitch or submission via the CCS Forums.
Additionally, we need contributors who have a strong work ethic, and are able to deliver content regularly and timely. While the existing head contributors all have personal lives, college, and/or work, they work hard to produce regular content as a hobby, and we ask that new applicants be able to do the same.