Millennium fan music video number thirty-one. This is the last video I made for backtofrankblack.com, however I did share a few videos which I did for millennium-thisiswhoweare.net.
It was a fun ride making videos for backtofrankblack when it was in full blossom. It was exhausting but rewarding, the challenge of doing a video a week. Sometimes I was ahead and sometimes I fell behind but I always delivered (except when I went to the Flashback Weekend horror convention in Chicago). I just wanted to see if I could do a music video and then it was just to see how many videos could I make before I hit the music wall. I never did it for the recognition, I did it for the enjoyment of others (but positive feedback was always appreciated) plus I wanted to encourage people to let them be heard.
There was a time when BTFB was flying to the moon, not because it's easy but because it's hard. Now with staff changes, it's flying to the sun and they've burned all bridges. I do appreciate getting these gold nuggets on those Millennium Group Sessions podcasts from the cast and crew of Millennium, but it's hard to support them when you know they act like 8 years old behind people's back. I could say some foul things about the guys running the site now, but I won't. Because I'm not in the hurting game. I really should have listened to the wisdom of The X-Files to trust no one and that the truth is out there.
All the footage is taken from Kingdom Come, episode six from season one of Millennium. The track is called Rip by Gary Numan. I titled the video: Rip Thy Kingdom. Enjoy!
NOTE: The video looks a bit dodgy in a couple of places. Thus, I'm offering a download of the video in MPEG-4 format. It's about 87 MB in size. The link might become a dud in the future if people don't download it within a certain time limit.
Click here to download the video.
Cheers from Iceland!