Okay, I’m not really a hipster, and I don’t automatically hate something if it’s popular, but I do feel like a big part of what we do is to help people find new, good and hard-to-find webseries to watch. And let’s be realistic, EVERY-ONE, has heard of the Lizzie Bennet Diaries. But we did it, and we have no regrets! Read the rest of this entry »
That is what the perfect title for this bonusode would be if we had the balls to deliver that kind of humour.
Returning to the internet-waves, we called in the big guns in the form of music composers Adrian Ellis (Out with Dad) and Rob Gokee (Night of the Zombie King, SOLO the series) to talk about scoring web series and what to do when a director asks for “something that sounds awesome like Hans Zimmer” for lo-no budget. Read the rest of this entry »
We are all about mash-ups this week I guess! Not only did the webseries mash-up series from the creators of Super Knocked-Up and Clutch, come out yesterday, we have our own mash-up series to debut. Well, series might be an exaggeration… but we have a podcast mash-up right here between Limited Release Podcast and Page of Reviews.
That’s right, Nick and Adam recorded a podcast at Ad Astra a couple weekends ago, live in front of a studio audience. Sure, Adam’s been our show before, but those were guest host opportunities… this is different somehow.
So, listen away to this Frankenstein of a podcast with a bit of this and bit of that. We present Limited Reviews: Episode 1
A little webseries, a little tv, a little sci-fi, a little audience participation!
*Notes, my (Candice) blog post on Deadwood’s use of anacrhonistic cursing.
Gotta love people who can get things done! Especially when they seem like the busiest people on the internet. Another new series coming from Jeff Burns, the creator of Super Knocked-Up and the weekly Google Hangout Super Geeked-Up comes Super Mashed-Up.
What a great idea! We definitely love when actors cross-over from show to show… it builds that family feeling that I’m sure the people working in the industry of webseries love as well. So, of course we are going to enjoy it even more when not only the actors are moving from show to show, but their characters are too.
The full news release is below, but in case you don’t want to read it all – Jeff Burns filmed 8 crossover episodes involving 7 different web series just last month when they all came together at the LA WebFest. The first episode was launched today and runs weekly for the next two months. Looking forward to the Clutch crossover episode. Read the rest of this entry »
This episode was actually recorded last week. Our audio engineer (and wizard extraordinaire) and his wife were both expecting a baby at any point, and so we prepared an episode in advance. And good thing! Just this past Wednesday they welcomed little Silvio Victor Soch into the world. Congratulations, you two! Way to spawn!
And now while Soch takes some time with his family, the show here must go on.
Limited Release is on the look-out for guest hosts, so if you’ve got a voice that you want to lend to us, that would be great. While Nick spends his off-time reviewing web series, he spends his on-time working on them. Lately he’s been working on visual effects for Versus Valerie, Standard Action and is now lending his editing skills to The Gate. So in order to offer reviews without bias, LR would like to find some folk to take his spot in the recording booth (or you can be lazy and call in). If you’re interested, get in touch with us. Read the rest of this entry »