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 Alowisus Hewson (6 episodes, 2010)
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In a world gone crazy with movies, TV shows and books, featuring far too many beautiful vampires, what if you were a real one, who couldn't get hired to "be" one?

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Fresh and tight
2 June 2010 | by (Columbus, Ohio) – See all my reviews

Being new to web based shows I wasn't sure what to expect but Jason Antoon and Kevin Pollak were able to tell a great story over the course of 6 short episodes.

The comedy isn't the usual setup-punch line but more subtle such as waiting for a print out from an old computer printer.

Samm Levine also did a good turn as Antoon's character's agent.

Production wise I liked how they created generally real situations to cover the position of the cameras such has having Pollak hold one facing another speaker then cutting to the shot from his camera.

The show was a fresh take on the vampire fetish in Hollywood and I can't wait for season 2.


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