Saturday, March 5, 2016

Terence Krey's ‘Graves' Premieres as a "Post-Modern Buffy"

The first episode of GRAVES has premiered, and the show is raising money to produce more.
Among this week's new releases is supernatural indie web series Graves, written and co-directed by Terence Krey. The show is described as a kind of “post-modern Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” with plenty of turning-thirty, millennial angst.

Here’s the synopsis:

Once, a demon rose out of the Earth. Six teenagers banded together, fought the forces of darkness, and won.

Graves tells the story of those kids, ten years later. Riddled with anxiety, depression, and general discomfort towards normal life, these 29-year-olds struggle with their careers, relationships, and all those other things that make you an “adult.”

But now, the demons are coming back, and they are looking for revenge. These “grownups” are gonna have to work through their shit, get their lives together, and hopefully kill a demon or two.

Graves is a gothic, manic-depressive-fever-dream of a web series, that's a blend of lo-fi relationship comedy, millennial drama, and 90's supernatural television. Created by Terence Krey ("Oh, Inverted World") and directed by Terence Krey and Dan Fox.

Check out the Graves trailer below.

You can stream/download the newly released first episode at

The show has launched an Indiegogo campaign to raise funds to help produce episodes 2 and 3. The campaign includes a series of VHS-shot "telethon" campaign videos that Krey says "we are way too proud of."

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