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LOS ANGELES: Michael "Burnie" Burns hears a discrepancy.However, many more devotees of Burns and his Rooster Teeth production company will be able to watch the movie beginning Wednesday on You Tube.The streaming site is attempting to make some noise of its own with a crop of films and shows that will be exclusively available with You Tube Red, a subscription service the San Bruno, California-based company launched last October.Unlike the millions of other videos posted on the streaming site, "Lazer Team" and the other You Tube Originals will only be available with a You Tube Red subscription, which also provides ad-free access to the site and a music service for $10 a month.For their leap into premium programming, You Tube isn't attempting to imitate Netflix, Hulu or Amazon, which offer films and shows rivaling traditional Hollywood content.While its first crop of movies and series don't look like they were filmed with a webcam in someone's basement, You Tube Originals also don't have the scope of a Marvel movie or an episode of "Game of Thrones" either.
"They're not trying to do something entirely different," said Burns, an online video pioneer who first went viral with "Red vs.
Blue," a digital series inspired by the "Halo" video game franchise.
Before greeting moviegoers at the debut of his film, the writer-actor is eavesdropping on all the big-budget movie trailers playing ahead of his much smaller crowdfunded concoction, "Lazer Team." Suddenly, a roar from a monster in one of the previews literally rattles the theater's walls.
"I bet the sound budget for that was bigger than the whole budget for my movie," the bearded internet personality says with a grin.
Despite its modest price tag, there's a hefty amount of enthusiasm for the $2.5 million sci-fi comedy about a group of dolts bestowed with alien technology.
"Lazer Team" was the most funded original film in Indiegogo's history, and it's been selling out hundreds of theaters for fan screenings since January 27.