Review

The OA or Business Imitates Art

Posted by WebVee on January 30, 2017 in Review

So it’s 2017 and we still don’t know how many people actually watch Netflix’s original programming. Seems like it’s a pretty good number though, since Netflix just keeps churning them out. By my (read: Wikipedia’s) count there are now 67 series which have been produced exclusively for Netflix, with a further 21 series which have

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New York Underground Kingz

Posted by WebVee on January 6, 2017 in Review

By Rachael Hip-Flores New York Underground Kingz is a slow-burn of a show. At almost 20 minutes per episode, the series takes its time building atmosphere and setting up the conflicts of its main characters. Although there’s plenty of sex and violence to go around (ps – totally NSFW), NYUK is first and foremost a

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Arthur: A Bloody Good Time

Posted by WebVee on January 3, 2017 in Jeanette Bonner Review

by Jeanette Bonner It’s the beginning of the new year, so out with the old, in with the new, as they say!  What better time of year to set good intentions for our next trip around the sun – go back to the gym, fix the roof, maybe even learn pottery!  And also a time

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A Few of Our Favorite Things 2016

Posted by WebVee on December 26, 2016 in Review

A Few of Our Favorite Things 2016 All the amazing web series we saw this year. The bar keeps getting set higher for scripts, talent, and production values. WebFests!  Nobody covers WebFests like Webvee Guide.  2016 was another year full of coverage.   Dani was at Hollyweb and the ISA awards; Rachael was at VidCon;

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Roo-ining Christmas

Posted by WebVee on December 13, 2016 in Review

From Gay Jesus to Black Santa: The Music, Comedy, & Characters of Roo-ining Christmas  Every year, the holiday season brings with it a predictable line up of festive characters. But, when it comes to the musical comedy holiday web series Roo-ining Christmas, no character is left un-reimagined. The creation of web personality/producer and librettist Ryan

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The Cate Morland Chronicles

Posted by WebVee on November 14, 2016 in Review Susan E. Clarke

By Susan E. Clarke It has been a little while since I have read any Jane Austen. I am the kind of girl that swings past “Pride and Prejudice” on a rainy day more than the gothic romances, but it’s important to know that even if you aren’t familiar with “Northanger Abbey”, as this series

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Election Day 2016

Posted by WebVee on November 5, 2016 in Review

We hope these series compiled by WVG staff help to get your mind off the U.S. presidential elections. Hill Yes –  If you have ever knocked on a door, stuffed an envelope, or called a bunch of strangers in support of a candidate, then Hill Yes  will certainly resonate. Emily Bell and Ron Morehouse star

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Mina Murray’s Journal

Posted by WebVee on October 21, 2016 in Review Susan E. Clarke

By Susan E. Clarke We all know the story of Dracula but what about Wilhelmina Murray, the girl who becomes thoroughly involved with the vampire’s curse? What if she was your favorite YouTuber before she met the Count? What if she took you along for the ride? Mina Murray’s Journal is a wonderfully addictive web

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Turkey Legs and Crotch Punches…These are the Knights of New Jersey

Posted by WebVee on September 28, 2016 in Review

By Shawn M. Smith Knights of New Jersey is the tangled tale (alliteration, yes!) of the personal and professional lives of renaissance fair performers or “rennies.” They take their involvement in the historical production quite seriously and regardless of what we “mundanes” (read: normal folk) think, it means something to them all. This is a

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