Review

GLOW

Posted by WebVee on August 4, 2017 in Review

By Shawn M. Smith According to the fictitious director within the series, GLOW is “porn you can watch with your kids, finally!” No, Sam. Empowerment. It’s about empowerment. GLOW, the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling, is about the struggle of women in Hollywood and the sisterhood that can be lost in the process. Set in 1985

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Fightin’ ISIS

Posted by WebVee on August 4, 2017 in Review

By Shawn Smith Jesus, are all Australians this pissed about terrorism? After gleefully consuming the first three episodes of Fightin’ ISIS, I found myself craving more. Which of the four insanely diverse characters will get their hands around the leaders of the most dangerous terror cell? When will it happen? Can these idiots even make

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6 Binge-worthy British Series

Posted by WebVee on July 28, 2017 in Review

1Life: A real insight into the dangers of big brother’s ever present eye. When their latest app has a massive security leak, Jasper, Barney, Charlie and Max are faced with the ultimate question – how much control should one device have? More here I Am Tim Helsing – Monster Hunter: Blood, carnage, more blood and mass

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Happy Mothers Day

Posted by WebVee on May 13, 2017 in Review

Let’s celebrate Mothers Day with some of our favorite shows about moms! Catastrophe – American businessman Rob hooks up with British schoolteacher Sharon for a wild week in London which results in an accidental pregnancy. In this sometimes dark romantic comedy,  series creators Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney explore what it takes for virtual strangers

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The Wizards of Aus

Posted by WebVee on March 20, 2017 in Review Susan E. Clarke

They don’t get much nerdier than Michael Shanks and his D&D inspired, pop-culture explosion of a Web Series, The Wizards Of Aus!  By Susan E. Clarke This ain’t no ‘vlogging-one-location-Web show’, although the concept could have easily taken it down that route for someone with lesser VFX skills than creator Michael Shanks, his craft honed to perfection

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LOOKING FOR LOVE

Posted by WebVee on February 12, 2017 in Review Uncategorized

What’s Valentine’s Day without someone to share it with? Here are five series about the search for that perfect someone. Q’s One Night Stands is a comedic webseries about one man’s streak of attempted one-night stands with attractive women that ultimately lead nowhere.  Dream come true or worst nightmare?  Probably depends on your gender and

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THE INS AND OUTS OF LOVE

Posted by WebVee on February 12, 2017 in Review Uncategorized

So you’ve found your soulmate. What now? FIRSTS Sally is 30-something and getting a bit desperate to find the right guy to settle down with.  She may have found Mr. Right in Dave, but circumstances prevent their relationship from becoming permanent. Enter Chuck. In an atypical “meet cute” Sally and Chuck find that they may

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BREAKING UP IS HARD TO DO

Posted by WebVee on February 12, 2017 in Review Uncategorized

“The course of true love never did run smooth” Lysander, A Midsummer Night’s Dream EMMA’S WORLD Emma’s lost her boyfriend, her job, and her apartment – all in the same day! See how she copes in this wonderfully engaging German comedy. Watch it here SOMEONE NOT THERE Unrequited love. It’s a familiar topic in song, literature and

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He’s With Me: A Bromance for Everyone

Posted by WebVee on February 9, 2017 in Jeanette Bonner Review

by Jeanette Bonner According to Wikihow.com, a bromance can be created in three simple steps. “A bromance is a close, platonic friendship of love, support and deep affection between two males. Sometimes awkward, yet always steadfast, a genuine bromance is today’s way for two dudes to say, “I love you, man!” But if you’re a

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