The puppet series for those who hate puppets. Don’t believe us? Check this out:
See what mean?
Now are you getting it?
Two seasons of Callie & Izzy await.
See ’em HERE
Read a very cool analysis HERE
This is the first web series that has genuinely creeped out this TVWriter™ minion…in a good way. These guys definitely know how to put together some very scary shit!
So what is Dynamo?
It’s like a sequence of events (but not in that order). It’s like an array of words and representational images.
It’s an experiment. It’s a story. It’s a series of shorts. It’s a sci-fi/fantasy/’cute cyberpunk’ webseries. It’s the result of four years of late night discussions between friends. It’s a convoluted puzzle about the nature of reality (and monsters! and horrible romance!) It’s a narrative with layers of interlocking pieces. It’s the best thing we know how to make- and it’s pretty wacky!
There’s something about this indie web series that is, well, it’s bloody addictive, mates. Because even if you’ve never been mistaken for a big star you’ve probably fantasized what it would be like if you were.
No? Not even a little bit?
Check out Almost Anonymous HERE
Thanks, Stareable, for the tip.
Hello everyone! I know it’s been a while since our last update. But rest assured, we are still moving forward.
After several overhauls and fixes, I am proud to announce that the first draft of Cargo 3120: Ties that Bind Part 2 is now complete. I am in the process of editing and polishing what we have. But after having a core group of readers to test it out (folks that are not afraid to tell me if something sucks), I think we nailed it this time.After several setbacks behind the scenes, including a number of urgent family matters over the last year, progress on the second book was much slower than expected. I was originally trying to release the book sometime between September and November of 2016. But by that time, I felt the book wasn’t quite ready.
As a new author, I have always felt that it was important to put your best foot forward, rather than trying to rush something to the public for the sake of meeting a deadline. It has always been my commitment to our readers to put out a product that we can be proud of and that our readers will enjoy. We want to create a fully realized universe filled with characters that you will come to care about and connect with.
With that I do apologize for the delay, but I sincerely hope you will find that it was worth the wait. The goal right now is to hopefully release before the end of March or early April (sooner if possible). But I will be sure to keep everyone in the loop if that date changes one way or the other.
I think I am finally finding my voice as an author, and hopefully the 3rd book will not take as long as the first. I was originally going to release the Ties that Bind Episode story arch as a four-part series, but after editions that I made to book two, I feel we can do this as a trilogy. This means the books will be a bit longer (which I believe is a good thing for the reader).
And now, the best part of this update:
You Can Get Cargo 3120 Part 1 for Free!
A genuine indie soap opera! Just what we’ve all been waiting for.
What’s that? You haven’t been waiting because you don’t like soaps? Take a tip from TVWriter™ and try this one anyway. Like all teenagers, it’s very different, and truly special. Teenagers really is a show that goes where no one has gone before…and in a way no one ever thought of.
Created by M. H. Murray & Sara Tamosauskas
Written & directed by M. H. Murray
Cinematography by Dmitry Lopatin
Score composed by Spencer Creaghan
Story by M. H. Murray & Sara Tamosauskas
Black Elephant Productions
Thanks once again to Stareable for the tip.
Whoa! This is pretty damn funny.
Watch and see, brothers and sisters. But here’s a clue: You can choose your own %$#@! ending! (Over and over and….)
Just what the world has needed – a genuinely original twist on the zombie series genre. No, really, it is. Yeah, we didn’t know it either. Then we saw this:
“Brains” is a web series set after a three year zombie apocalypse on a college campus. 23-year-old Alison Sumner is a neuropsychology student getting back into video blogging now that the apocalypse is finally dying down, though to cover her tracks she tells everyone she’s making a documentary. “Brains” is a vlog record of her life, her friends, her love life, her science, and the still-troubling post-apocalyptic world she lives in. Season 2 premiered September 19th, 2016 and uploaded its finale November 21st, 2016.
Produced by Undead Burrito Productions in association with My Dog Nebula Productions and TaBelle Productions. Created and written by Bri Castellini.
We’re not going to be subtle here. TVWriter™ likes this show. A lot. We think you should watch it…and watch Bri Castellini too. Lady’s going to go far.