Author: WebVee

All Grows Up

Posted by WebVee on June 11, 2015 in Archives Uncategorized

By Amy Marie Who would have thought that the best place for comics to divulge their humble beginnings is in a shady back alleyway continuously interrupted by bus boys taking out the trash? Answer: Melinda Hill, that’s who. Co­-founder of What’s up Tiger Lilly (a weekly stand­-up comedy platform featured at West IO and Bootleg Bar in

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All About the McKenzies

Posted by WebVee on June 11, 2015 in Archives Uncategorized

By Susan Siniawsky I’ve often said, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”. Samuell Benta seems to have the same philosophy when it comes to his original family web­-sitcom, All About the McKenzies. Benta writes, directs, produces and stars in his series, following a typical British family and their everyday struggles. It’s a formula we’ve seen a thousand

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Aiden 5

Posted by WebVee on June 11, 2015 in Uncategorized

By Kyle Price-­Livingston Did you ever wish you had clones? I seems like a great on idea, on paper. Who better to help me in my never-ending quest to satisfy my own wants and whimsies than a bunch of guys with identical wants and whimsies? We would be an unstoppable whimsy machine! Fortunately deeply ingrained character flaws mean

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Acting Dead

Posted by WebVee on June 11, 2015 in Review

Tate Blodgett’s (Brian Beacock) acting career is pretty much dead, and has been. He’s got a crappy name, a non­descript look no one is looking for, not a lot of talent, and no work. Tate can’t even get hired as a zombie on any of the multitudinous zombie­centric tv shows, movies, web shows, and even fashion shows; not

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Abigail

Posted by WebVee on June 11, 2015 in Uncategorized

Susan Siniawsky Young wife Abigail (Meghan Moonan) has had a strange dream. She awakens and goes about getting ready for her day. She lets a repairman into her apartment, but is wary of the device he has placed next to her washing machine. She gets nervous when the repairman cannot explain himself to her satisfaction. As she

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A-Z Bushcraft

Posted by WebVee on June 11, 2015 in Uncategorized

By Kyle Price­Livingston A few years ago, television audiences experienced a love affair, of sorts, with wilderness survival. My cynical side requires me to mention that this popularity spike syncs up uncannily with that of the show Survivor (and the only thing that show ever taught anyone was never to trust another human being), but, regardless, the

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A Show With Ze Frank

Posted by WebVee on June 11, 2015 in Uncategorized

By Kyle Price­Livingston I almost didn’t write this review. This isn’t because I don’t like “A Show with Ze Frank,” but rather because I’m not actually convinced it’s “a show” and not “A Vlog with Ze Frank.” While the ideas for each episode/entry are derived from viewer emails, the *ahem* frankness with which Ze Frank reveals his

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3Some

Posted by WebVee on June 11, 2015 in Archives Review

Meet Jenny. Meet Paul, Jenny’s ex. Meet Rob, Jenny’s other ex. This is the story of their relationship. Yes, the relationship does involve all three. 3 Some is a sequel to the highly successful theatrical production created and written by Lisa Gifford. While a sequel, the web series stands on its own. You didn’t have to

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3 Strikes

Posted by WebVee on June 11, 2015 in Uncategorized

By Jeff Siniawsky “I really like umpires”, said no one ever. Players and managers argue with them, as fans we yell at them, boo them, heckle them. What we don’t do is put them in a headlock and throw them to the ground. But, that’s just what Megan (Sarah McLean) did, and it got her suspended from

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200 Contracts

Posted by WebVee on June 11, 2015 in Uncategorized

By Kyle Price­Livingston The soul of an Irish artist is a thing of beauty. Bright and fragile, given to flights of joy that bring one to the gates of heaven itself, before diving to smash itself on the rocks of existential depression far below. James Joyce, perhaps the most highly regarded artistic progeny of the Emerald Isle,

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