Director Spike Jonze has begun blogging over on his own site, We Love You So, where he is chronicling his own experiences as he brings Maurice Sendak’s classic children’s tale Where the Wild Things Are to life. Well, the blog is much more than that, in fact it is probably the most awesome thing any Spike Jonze fan could ever hope for — a window into the mind of one of the more creative directors working today, but there is also some Wild Things related stuff, including the video above. In said video, Spike is performing a test of an early Wild Things mask with a very special focus group. It is short, but funny nonetheless, so check it out.

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