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Anyone But Me: An Interview

Posted by WebVee on September 18, 2015 in Uncategorized

Our Larry Watts had some questions for Anyone But Me creators Susan Miller and Tina Cesa Ward in the wake of the ABM “Lost Episodes.” Here’s what they had to say: Is Anyone But Me influenced by classic “young adult” fiction like the works of S.E. Hinton or Judy Blume? SM: I don’t think we

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The Runner

Posted by WebVee on July 11, 2015 in Archives Uncategorized

By Susan Siniawsky   par∙kour pärˈko͝or/ noun 1.the activity or sport of moving rapidly through an area, typically in an urban environment, negotiating obstacles by running, jumping, and climbing   The Runner may be the first series to have its star performing parkour. Parkour has some crazy and dangerous looking moves. I fully expect parkour

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The Return of Saturn

Posted by WebVee on July 11, 2015 in Archives Uncategorized

For the astrologically inclined, every 29.4 years the transiting planet of Saturn returns to the same point in the sky that it occupied at the moment of a person’s birth. This return of Saturn is said to signal great change. The first return will see a person transition from youth to adulthood. We all –

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The Real Preachers Wives

Posted by WebVee on July 11, 2015 in Archives Uncategorized

By Eli David The appeal of the Real Housewives franchise is somewhat evident: outside of the shouts, false pretenses, and open feuds, many viewers are curious about lifestyles of luxury, and keen to sneak a peek at reversals of fortune while enjoying a bit of schadenfreude. Now, imagine these women possess even more sense of

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The Punisher: Dirty Laundry

Posted by WebVee on July 11, 2015 in Archives Uncategorized

By Kyle Price­Livingston The rise of the fan film is yet another indicator of the creative primacy of the internet. The ability to connect with like minded individuals and pool resources towards a common goal is no longer limited by geography. Thus, rather than, say, publishing a fan ‘zine, enterprising nerds can write and produce

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Burning Love

Posted by WebVee on June 16, 2015 in Uncategorized

By Kyle Price-Livingston Burning Love is two shows in one. On the surface it’s a simple, satirical send-up of “reality” dating shows like The Bachelor, and even if watched only through that lens, it’s hilarious. Mark Orlando (Ken Marino) is a perfect blend of arrogance, vapidity and stupidity hidden behind a thin veneer of jovial “everyman” friendliness.

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Browsers

Posted by WebVee on June 16, 2015 in Uncategorized

By Kyle Price-Livingston This is the story of 4 people in their early 20s who get internships at an online magazine (think Huffington Post. No, REALLY. It’s the Huffington Post.) Their “job” is to search through the internet every day and generate lists of links with which to supplement the site. The environment is stressful,

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Brillig

Posted by WebVee on June 16, 2015 in Uncategorized

By ? I remember receiving a beautifully illustrated Alice in Wonderland book when I was about 5 or 6. I thought the pictures were pretty, but the actual story was pretty terrifying for a small child. Consider: falling down a rabbit hole, becoming larger or smaller by consuming various substances, talking animals clad in strange attire, and most

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Blank in Blank

Posted by WebVee on June 16, 2015 in Uncategorized

By Susan Siniawsky In our increasingly environmentally conscious age, recycling is a very good thing. And it’s not just paper and plastic items that can be recycled. We see stories recycled all the time at the movies in the form of book adaptations, re-makes, and sequels. In the wonderful blank on blank series from PBS Digital Studios, we

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