Takes place at a time after a cataclysmic technology-induced disaster has resulted in a new society that has eschewed any form of technology. This catastrophic event leaves small numbers of... See full summary »
Sterling K. Brown
Life sucks in the small, depressed inland town where Martha lives. Shops are shutting, people are leaving and there is nothing for the teenagers to do, except hang round the parks and drink... See full summary »
14 year old Caitlyn's world is thrown upside down when she stumbles across a woman she believes to be her mother - a woman who supposedly died when Caitlyn was just a baby... Rejecting her ... See full summary »
First time feature filmmaker Craig Anderson sets out on a hilarious roller-coaster journey to try and make and sell a super-low-budget horror film about an aborted fetus that seeks revenge on its family.
"MADE IN HOLLYWOOD", is an inventive behind-the-screen entertainment news, headline; magazine-styled series, featuring exclusive celebrity interviews with Hollywood's premiere talent. There... See full summary »
Kylie Erica Mar,
Julie L. Harkness,
Jimmy and Chad have been best friends forever. Binger is smart and funny, but he's permanently in the Friend Zone with girls. Chad is hot, but girls never seem to want to stick around after... See full summary »
NEXT STOP HOLLYWOOD is a 6 part observational TV series that follows 6 ambitious Australian actors to L.A. as they embark on one of the toughest journeys of their lives - to score a TV role in Hollywood during the frenzied and chaotic US TV pilot season. Sometimes funny, sometimes heartbreaking, the series takes a broad swipe at the myth of the overnight success story, capturing all of the excitement, frustrations, fears and tears along the way. Written by
Unfortunately, I had the misfortune to see this whilst waiting for the football on a weekend afternoon. Like watching a train wreck, I couldn't look away. One girl stood out and is now reasonably successful. The others were a mishmash of decidedly average people unwittingly believing that they had 'something special' and would get picked up in LA for acting roles. You could not help but root against them. One awfully obese guy with a lazy unkempt beard and absolutely no drive, no personality or charm was under the impression that he was the next Belushi or Candy. God knows what he thinks he was, but he is the guy you see spending far too much time and money at Mr Donut. I see that this series was not renewed after the first season. At least the network had the sense to understand what indeed was rubbish to begin with. Here's a hint... use engaging characters in future.
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