Thursday, October 31st, 2013

First Look: Sell Yourself

Yesterday I wrote about MotionMaker, a service from DailyMotion aimed squarely at helping independent web-focused film-makers find a bigger audience. In the article I briefly mentioned that those who are a part of the program are eligible for a yearly cash injection for their series or production, through the MotionMaker Fund – a...

Thursday, October 31st, 2013

So Natural Presents: Overly Attached Andy

Poking fun at hipsters. It hasn’t gotten old just yet. Probably because we all know someone who suffers from the ‘into it before it was cool’ syndrome, complete with fashion that begs attention and conversational threads that...

Monday, September 16th, 2013

Review: Yoga Partners – “A Web Series About, um, Partnered Yoga”

Yoga Partners, a web series about, um, partnered yoga, starts off with a great premise. The weird and wonderful characters who find themselves in yoga classes, combined with the ad-hoc spiritualism which can sprout in...

Monday, September 9th, 2013

Interview: A Conversation about A Conversation While…

A couple of months ago you may remember I wrote about a very funny philosophical web series called A Conversation While… from St Jake productions. Well, St Jake productions is no more, but the guys...

Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

Review: Ikea Heights

Ikea Heights; best summarised as part soap-opera parody, part candid camera cringe-fest, and all-round brilliant show.

Created by Paul Bartunek and Dave Seger and filmed in an actual Ikea store during the...

Friday, August 9th, 2013

Review: Web Therapy

Web Therapy, Lisa Kudrow‘s character-driven comedy series, has only been mentioned here in the briefest of passing comments back in January. Well, we thought it was about time it was mentioned...

Monday, July 8th, 2013

What if World War Z Was A Web Series?

World War Z groaned into cinemas recently after numerous delays and budget problems. Despite my reservations before seeing it in my semi-professional capacity, I ended up actually quite enjoying the money bloated behemoth. It also...

Saturday, July 6th, 2013

Who Are Red Letter Media?

Featured Image Credit to Obviously Cloë’s Blog

First coming to widespread attention in 2009 with a 70-minute long review of Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, which was praised for being a

Wednesday, July 3rd, 2013

Now That Comedy TV is Dead, Emma Caulfield Takes Her Fans to the Web

There was this show a little while back that you may have heard of. It had vampires, it had a roguish anti-hero vampire guy called ‘Pole’ or ‘Stick’ or something like that, and it had a small...

Thursday, June 20th, 2013

Interview: Dating, The Web Series – After Indiegogo

After their Indiegogo campaign produced $5.3K, Dating, The Web Series put together a rather impressive pilot episode, which we featured here the other day. I caught up with the ever-erudite series creator Andrew...

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