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Wednesday, November 6th, 2013

New Web Series “Roger, The Chicken” is One of the Most Consistently Quotable Shows on the Web

Roger, the Chicken is an exceptionally dry and deliciously moreish comedy. It follows the life of Roger, the titular “chicken”, who isn’t actually a chicken at all, but rather some sort of “post post-ironic” Hipster who just happens to always wear a chicken suit wherever he goes. The series is actually based on a short film made in...

Monday, October 14th, 2013

New Web Series “High Road” is What Would Happen “If the Cohen Brothers Went to New Zealand and Fell in Love With Classic Rock”

What happens when a low-level rock star packs it in and enters middle age? Apparently he moves to a tiny remote town in New Zealand called Piha and starts a community radio station. Or at...

Friday, October 4th, 2013

Prison Dancer – An Interactive Web Musical

Another of the nominees for best comedy web series at the 2013 Independent Television and Film Festival Awards was Prison Dancer (losing out in the end to ‘Preggers’).

The selection on offer for the...

Thursday, September 26th, 2013

Review: Stockholm. Finding Love in a Basement, With a Serial Killer

Shortlisted for the upcoming Independent Television and Film Festival Awards, Stockholm is a 7 episode dark comedy about the love that can blossom when being held prisoner in a basement.

There really isn’t any way to describe the...

Wednesday, September 25th, 2013

Review: While Waiting for Godot

One of the most striking differences between television and theatre lies in their attitudes to reinterpretation. It seems to have been a centuries-old tradition for plays to be reinterpreted and re-imagined many times over – a version...

Wednesday, September 18th, 2013

Review: L.A. Girls, a web series parody of HBO’s GIRLS

I could try to hide it, dodge around it, or research the hell out of it to sound like I know it, but I have to say this first: I haven’t seen HBO’s GIRLS. At all. Not...

Wednesday, September 18th, 2013

Review: Jill and Jenny

Sometimes a web series comes across my desktop which gets it. The kind of show which knows what it wants and is capable of delivering it. Other times I see hows suffering from an unfortunate divide between...

Tuesday, September 17th, 2013

Review: Bitter, Party of Five

What happens when a group of moderately successful American actors all find out that the sitcom pilot they were involved in has been cancelled? Well, apparently they start a web chat show and invite on all their...

Wednesday, September 4th, 2013

Cap South Review: A Web Series That Should Get Your Vote

For those who like their comedy politically tinged, but also appreciate a healthy sprinkle of the silly and surreal, then political comedy web series, Cap South, should tick all your boxes in the opinion polls.

I...

Sunday, July 21st, 2013

Review: Good Cop Great Cop

Here are some adjectives I would use to describe the sketch comedy of Good Cop Great Cop: bewildering, surreal, slightly demented, silly, unpredictable, dark, clever, stupid, frequently conceptual, and really quite brilliant.

Created by...

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