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Posts Tagged ‘press’

Geek Cred Episode 1: “NEW COMICS DAY CRISIS”

It’s here! It’s here! The first episode of my newest series GEEK CRED is here! True to my argumentative core, my character CALLIE immediately gets into a battle of wits with fellow comic book store employee BEN (Wes Robertson) over whether Wonder Woman’s costume could be deemed a tactical advantage. I truly loved working on this show and all the scenarios are pretty true to life thanks to writer/director Daniel Beals (playing SPENCER)’s real world experience working at a comic store. You also get to meet Damion Poitier (Jarhead, Avengers) as regular customer JEROME, who really should be working at the store himself. And we’ve already got some writeups! Thanks to all the wonderful people who’ve covered the show so far, hope you continue watching! Adventures in Poor Taste                 Strawburry17                     Defective Geeks ...
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Giving advice to Jenna Coleman about San Diego Comic-Con

BBC America celebrated 50 years of Doctor Who at this year’s San Diego Comic Con by asking Whovians advice about surviving. They caught my sister and I eyeing the BBC America merchandise and grabbed us for our take on the matter. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=28yxL9OPzPs

Team Unicorn featured in GEEK Magazine!

Geek Magazine is back after a two year hiatus, and they got Team Unicorn in their first issue! Four pages of sparkly unicorn goodness with photos, individual profiles and the takedown of a mighty metal monster (naturally). The magazine goes up online in late June 2012, but it’s on newsstands now! Although they did misquote me about Super Meat Boy (I love that game! Did I misunderstand the question?), I love that they included my somewhat embarrassing story about insisting everyone call me “Karen” in the fourth grade.  Plus I look nice and sneaky in my profile picture.  ;)    

Team Unicorn Interview with Electric Playground

Miri Jedeikin from The Electric Playground did a great little interview with us about the videos we’ve run so far.  Rileah’s backyard has become our default studio locale, it seems. What you guys can’t see is the zombie crawling out of the ground behind us. ;)  

Tubefilter Reviews SOLO the Series!

Logan Rapp over at TubeFilter News has written up a wonderful review of my latest webseries “SOLO the Series”. Some of my favorite snippets from the article: “…The show is shot very well – and very simply. A web series doesn’t have to prove itself by making as many trick shots as possible. Sometimes it’s just better to let the scene breathe, and SOLO does that well. The soundtrack is effective without being overbearing, heightening moments that need to be heightened and allowing the scene to do the work rather than covering up deficiencies with music cues. ” “…And speaking of the wife, if scene stealing a criminal offense, Michele Boyd (The Guild) would be doing a life sentence at this point…As Scott’s wife Rebecca, she’s able to play the pissed off spouse without succumbing to the ever-lingering trap of Shrew Wife Syndrome. It’s an easy trap to fall into, ...
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The Web Files covers SOLO the Series Premiere Party!

Web Files’ host, Kristyn Burtt, volunteers for a singular mission: to interview as many of the cast and crew as possible of Jonathan Nail’s upcoming sci-fi comedy web series, SOLO, at their red carpet premiere. Mission accomplished! This is the latest web series I’m involved with with my dear friend Jonathan Nail. I play the wife left back on earth while her husband is stuck up in space in a canceled reality show. We premiered the first three episodes at Cinespace in early June, and The Web Files was there!

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