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We Are With The Band

Posted by WebVee on July 12, 2015 in Archives

By Eli David When unemployment strikes, mornings are rarely consistent.  Without the constraints of responsibility, some begin on the front lawn of a strange house.  Others start on the couch, an event celebrated by taking shots.  And no two ever start the same way. In We Are With the Band, Elle (Heleya de Barros) and Marci

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We Are Angels

Posted by WebVee on July 12, 2015 in Archives

There is a kind of beauty in sadness. When people indulge themselves in cliches like “there is no life without death,” or “there is no joy without sorrow,” that’s the concept they’re trying to describe. Show me a person who has never experienced loss and I’ll show you an unfinished person. The acceptance of the

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Wainy Days

Posted by WebVee on July 12, 2015 in Archives

By Jeff Siniawsky David Wain is looking for a relationship, or just sex, and he’s pretty much unsuccessful at finding either. But, there’s always his imaginary co-host Sally to talk to as he conducts an imaginary talk show while he walks the streets of Brooklyn. Wainy Days was one of the very first shows shown on My

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Voyage Trekkers

Posted by WebVee on July 12, 2015 in Archives

By Drew Dillon I really wanted to like Voyage Trekkers, the Star Trek parody series by Squishy Studios. It’s got the makings of a really entertaining show: a talented comedic cast, solid visual effects, and plenty of fertile source material to mine for inspiration. But it just didn’t hook me like it should have. The first season

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Video Game High School

Posted by WebVee on July 12, 2015 in Archives Review

When first assigned Video Game High School, I was a bit worried. Then it dawned on me and by “dawned on me”, I mean that my editor told me, after I expressed apprehension about the piece, that he wanted to challenge me. As someone who rarely games or keeps up with it at all, honestly,

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Versus Valerie

Posted by WebVee on July 12, 2015 in Archives

By Eli David Nerds run the internet.  They run lots of things, but as the web was once a source for research and academic materials, nerds were here first, so they get to run shit.  As use of the web has grown, its users have become increasingly aware of that fact, which has changed the

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Venice The Series

Posted by WebVee on July 12, 2015 in Archives

By Kyle Price-Livingston I‘m not the world’s biggest soap opera fan, but neither am I one of the genre’s biggest detractors. Soaps get a lot of crap for being trashy daytime TV, and that’s fair. Shows like The Young and the Restless and Days of Our Lives have been on the air so long, and cycled through so many

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Vampire Mob

Posted by WebVee on July 12, 2015 in Archives Review

By Kyle Price-Livingston I married into an Italian family fully accepting of the idea that the stereotypes promoted by The Jersey Shore and The Sopranos and The Godfather were just that: stereotypes. The cliched gold chains and gelled hair and wife beaters (still an awful name for a shirt), the machismo and shouting, the affected speech…it

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Unlocked

Posted by WebVee on July 12, 2015 in Archives

By Eli David “There are two worlds in existence,” a booming narrator informs us, straight off the bat.  “Yours, arrogantly dubbed the ‘real world’, and ours.”  Though he goes on to acknowledge that these worlds are strikingly similar, the difference, he says, lies in that “Ours[theirs] is much cooler.”  And with that proclamation,  we enter

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Twenties

Posted by WebVee on July 12, 2015 in Archives

By Kyle Price-Livingston Darn you, Twenties! It is entirely unfair to make a pilot of your quality, with a cast as good as yours, release it on the internet for the world to see and then make us wait for more. Does Hattie’s (Courtney Sauls) vlog ever take off? Does she suck it up and get

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