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Yoga Town

Posted by WebVee on July 12, 2015 in Archives

By Susan Siniawsky It’s hard enough being a small business owner without your competition setting up shop outside your door. Filmed in mockumentary style, Yoga Town is the story of Willow (Lori Triolo), struggling to keep her yoga studio going.  Due to her failing business, Willow’s demeanor is contrary to the mellow peace, love and understanding  normally associated

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Yid Life Crisis

Posted by WebVee on July 12, 2015 in Archives Review

Oy veh! So these two mavens (and mensches, according to their bubbes) have the chutzpah to make a web show and speak only Yiddish! Noshing their way through the delis of Montreal, creators/stars Eli Batalion and Jamie Elman kibbitz about where to find the best bagels in town, debate the merits of schmaltz, and disagree on the best way

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Wolfpack of Reseda

Posted by WebVee on July 12, 2015 in Archives

By Kyle Price-Livingston It’s a long day, living in Reseda. There’s a freeway running through the yard. Also, that insurance office down the street is absolutely crawling with werewolves. (I guess now we know where all those vampires moving west down Ventura Boulevard are headed.) Wolfpack of Reseda starts off like any of the myriad

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Woke Up Dead

Posted by WebVee on July 12, 2015 in Archives

By Amy Marie How would you feel if you woke up dead?  “Is this a trick question?” you may say to yourself, but in Drexel Greene’s new dead life, it’s reality.  Dark, funny and, well, disturbing comes to mind while watching the web series Woke Up Dead. Jon Heder (Napoleon Dynamite, Blades of Glory) plays Drex

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Wise Hit

Posted by WebVee on July 12, 2015 in Archives

By Eli David Ever wonder what would happen if kung fu played for laughs?  Wonder no further. Meet Wiseguy (Drago Lazetich), Shangai’s top hitman.  After years under the employ of mob boss Carlos (Yuan Chu), Wiseguy has decided to call it quits.  He’s tired of performing hits and instead wants to serve his “sensitive side”

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Wingman

Posted by WebVee on July 12, 2015 in Archives

By Kyle Price-Livingston Have you heard the good news? No, not THAT good news. I’m talking about the sinful nature of the morning after pill. Oh, also, angels exist! Actually, on second thought, I guess I was talking about THAT good news. Oh well. Now before you get offended one way or another, I must

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Wimpole Street

Posted by WebVee on July 12, 2015 in Archives

By Kyle Price-Livingston Bear with me here, because my command of British English (or “English” as it is commonly known) isn’t great. It seems to me, though, that with a tenant list including Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Paul McCartney, Jane Asher, Wilkie Collins and (the fictional) Henry Higgins, Wimpole Street is what is commonly referred to

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Whatever This Is

Posted by WebVee on July 12, 2015 in Archives

By Susan Siniawsky When do you become a grownup? How do you measure adulthood? When do you stop struggling to just get by and start to enjoy your life, your career?  It’s summertime and the living is not easy for roommates Ari, Lisa and Sam. Best friends Sam (Hunter Canning) and Ari (Dylan Marron) work long,

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What’s Trending

Posted by WebVee on July 12, 2015 in Archives

By Jeff Siniawsky What’s Trending is a daily live, interactive web show focusing on the hottest videos and web video personalities.  Hosted by Shira Lazar and Damon Berger, the half hour show, live M-F at noon, provides an entertaining mix of video lists, live musical performances and interviews.   What’s Trending began life associated with

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We Might Be Superheroes

Posted by WebVee on July 12, 2015 in Archives Review

Man, this show is smart! This little gem on the Internet does exactly what entertainment on the Internet should do; feature a talented cast and crew that produces something quick hitting, with a lot of anecdotal symbolism. This is fully achieved by our friends at Amusement Films.  We Might Be Super Heroes as written and directed by Pat

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