Monday, December 12, 2016

Time Travel Series ‘Relativity’ Premieres Today!

Relativity is now streaming.
Relativity, a joint venture between Undead Burrito Productions and Millennium Hand Productions, is officially live!

The best part? It's immediately and totally binge-able! To get the full experience, Relativity is designed to be watched in three different orders- following characters Candace, Perry, and Erin on their respective time travel journeys.

You can absolutely watch them in whichever order you like, but writer and director Chris Cherry suggests the following:

Candace (played by Michelle Agresti)

Perry (played by Jon Esquivel)

Erin (played by Dana Shiree)*

* Note: This timeline has an alternate ending not available in the other two playlists.

Find out more about Relativity at relativitywebseries.wordpress.com.

Monday, December 5, 2016

‘Or So the Story Goes: Golden Rule’ Trailer Released

A trailer for the new season of OSTSG has been released.
Prepare for a killer season as Or So the Story Goes brings you a new story that you'll have to see to believe-a teen slasher twist on Rumpelstiltskin!

The community of Kingstown must fight for their lives when a masked killer begins targeting those close to the girl that once got away. Time is ticking as the local police department find themselves taunted with riddles and a clear message on how long they have to find the killer before he takes what he deems his. Three days.

Watch the newly released trailer below.

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Perrine Productions Launches Comedic Web Series about Marriage

Funny Married Stuff is from Lony’e and Peyton Perrine II.
A brand new web series, Funny Married Stuff, created by and starring long-time married Hollywood couple Lony’e and Peyton Perrine II launched this November in hopes that other couples will start talking about marriage. The series follows Lony’e and Peyton Perrine II poking fun at one another while navigating through the confusing world of marriage and parenthood. This web series is a parody on their daily lives, as they try not to drive each other crazy dealing with topics of image, sex, communication, finances and parenting. In the series, the cast of friends and extended family are just as crazy as Lony’e & Peyton, as they navigate their own issues and relationships while playing parodies of themselves.

Peyton Perrine II, a first-time actor was inspired by his wife and the recent stories surrounding Hollywood break-up’s to create a series to help other couples stay together.

“I was tired of hearing about all the Hollywood breakups and marriage horror stories. So, with a challenge from my wife I decided to write about funny stuff (good and bad) that happens everyday in a marriage. My intention was to show that any situation in a marriage can be reflected upon with humor,” said Peyton.

Lony’e Perrine, a veteran actress best known for her roles in ABC’s Castle and most recently CBS’ Criminal Minds wants to show a positive side of marriage and let other couples know that it is still possible to keep a marriage alive in Hollywood.

“As an actor I want to be able to use my voice for change and inspiration! So, doing a web series that shows positive images of marriage in the black community was right up my alley. Contrary to what is shown in the media we do exist! And I said positive, not perfect. We want to provide a show that people could relate, see themselves in us, and take away a little nugget that may help them in their marriage. Plus it was a chance to work with honey!”

Watch the trailer below.

Friday, November 25, 2016

‘Brains’ Extended Universe Is Coming Your Way

The Brains universe is expanding.
Brains Season 2 may have ended, but it’s not all over quite yet as Undead Burrito Productions is thrilled to announce two short-form Brains extended universe projects. First, a slice of life short film called Apocalypse Yesterday​, and second, a three episode miniseries called dusk of the dead.​ Both projects will exist within the Brains apocalyptic universe, and both will reference being inspired by Alison Sumner’s videos from the main Brains series.

Apocalypse Yesterday​, written by Brains creator Bri Castellini and directed by her brother, Vinny Castellini, is set in apocalyptic Los Angeles, following a group of roommates lamenting the fall of society and reflecting on their new routines. It stars Raina Deerwater, Ryan Smythe, Ben Ellenberg, and Max Friedlaender, and will premiere on December 5th, 2016.

dusk of the dead​, co-written by Bri Castellini and RJ Davies, will release its episodes January 9th, 11th, and 13th. Set and produced in Wales, the miniseries will chronicle two siblings reuniting after years of separation due to the plague outbreak, and stars Olivia Carass, RJ Davies, Tom Stickler, and Portia McGrath.

Because both projects will reference Alison’s main series vlogs as inspiration for their own, Alison will be uploading video responses to both after “discovering” them, on December 19th and January 31st. All new content -the short film, the mini series, and Alison’s responses- will be uploaded directly to the Brains YouTube channel.

About Brains

Brains is an original web series set after a three year zombie apocalypse on a college campus. 23-year-old Alison Sumner is a neuropsychology student with a zombie as a best friend, who spends her time doing research about the zombie plague and crushing on a fellow student. Alison "vlogs" her quest to seduce her crush as an independent study art project, as well as her life post apocalypse.

To find out more, visit brainswebseries.com.

Friday, October 21, 2016

‘Best Thing You'll Ever Do’ Premieres, Inspired by Experiences of Creator Monica West

Best Thing You'll Ever Do premiered at the recent Brooklyn Web Fest.
Inspired by the experience of creator, emerging writer and series star Monica West, award winning Best Thing You'll Ever Do captures West’s experience of coming face-to-face with the baby question in her mid 30s.

“For me and I think so many other women, our mid to late 30s is a time when our careers are reaching the place we always dreamed of and we’re finally open to meeting or committing to our partner in life. It feels like the moment life is finally coming together, but we’re laying awake at night worrying about whether to disrupt the whole thing to have a baby before it’s too late,” says West.

Best Thing You'll Ever Do follows the story of hard-working but struggling Mae Murrai who finds herself juggling two dead-end jobs in Brooklyn. Desperate to shake up her unsatisfactory routine, Mae hops a flight to San Francisco Bay Area — and her life changes forever. In a whirlwind, Mae meets her fiancé, Sam, played by Bhavesh Patel (The Good Wife) and puts into motion her dream for a start-up business (based on the real-life linen company Parachute Home and it starts to take off. Mae can’t help but wonder if her life is finally coming together, when suddenly her future husband utters: I can’t wait to have kids with you.

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Dark Workplace Comedy ‘The Sessions’ Set to Premiere November 1

Grant Kretchik stars in The Sessions.
On November 1, Louise Loves Louise Productions will launch the first season of The Sessions, a dark comedic, workplace web series that follows a group of “eccentric” therapists and their patients at the Illuminated Horizons mental health clinic in NYC.

Never following a one-size-fits-all approach to therapy, Illuminated Horizons is proud to employ a roster of therapists who all have different approaches and styles. As a result, the therapists seem to be crazier than their patients. The Sessions’ eight-episode arc goes behind closed doors following each therapist during their intake process, when they first meet their patient and get a general assessment of how to care for them. Several awkward, sweaty, inappropriate “sessions” ensue.

The show is produced by Elba Sette-Camara, Denyse Reed, and Grant Kretchik, who also stars.

“Something that’s continued to stand out to me in the field of psychotherapy is the need for the practitioners to be engaged in their own therapy. I've met therapists that have never been in the other chair but boy did they need to be,” Sette- Camara said. “The process was a dream come true. It was reunited friends from grad school in a positive and fun environment where creativity thrived! Each character is so unique and over the top you really don't know what to expect next.”

Watch the trailer below.