My Kinda Recaps: @clairevoyantsho Poetry Challenge Reactions ( @KindaTV_ ) from @kleffnotes

With Clairvoyant coming soon, Natasha, Annie, and Dillon decided to do something silly for their fans and this poetry challenge had me crying with laughter. Check out my reactions here. Continue reading “My Kinda Recaps: @clairevoyantsho Poetry Challenge Reactions ( @KindaTV_ ) from @kleffnotes”

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My Kinda Recaps: @BARBELLE_SERIES Episode 1 Reactions ( @KindaTV_ ) from @kleffnotes

The series Barbelle dropped their first four episodes on KindaTV this week and I decided to react to the first episode. I didn’t want to make you all sit through a 30 minute reaction video, I am totally not interesting enough to merit a 30 minute video. More reaction videos will happen over the course of the season. Continue reading “My Kinda Recaps: @BARBELLE_SERIES Episode 1 Reactions ( @KindaTV_ ) from @kleffnotes”

After Pluto Seed&Spark Campaign Goes Live! ( @After_Pluto ) from @kleffnotes

After an unexpected fall the only thing that Truman Wells can remember is Pluto being demoted in the first episode of the webseries After Pluto. With roughly ten years of her life lost, she finds herself trying to rebuild relationships and understand what has happened since that moment. I absolutely adored the pilot episode of this series and was delighted to hear that they are running a Seed&Spark campaign. Continue reading “After Pluto Seed&Spark Campaign Goes Live! ( @After_Pluto ) from @kleffnotes”

My Kinda Recaps: Barbelle Interview Part 1 Reactions ( @KindaTV_ ) from @kleffnotes

On November 13th the series Barbelle will debut on KindaTV and with that date fast approaching they’ve released an interview with Natasha and the stars/creators of the series Gwenlyn Cumyn and Karen Knox. I react to their answers and the very cool poptart art in the background right here. Continue reading “My Kinda Recaps: Barbelle Interview Part 1 Reactions ( @KindaTV_ ) from @kleffnotes”

37 Problems Review ( @lisaebersole ) from @kleffnotes

37 Problems, the nine episode comedy webseries by Lisa Ebersole, debuted this month on Amazon Prime. Ebersole wrote and stars in the series as Amanda, a 37 year old writer who has to chose between a massive career opportunity and ever having biological children. When her editor decides he needs ten thousand dollars to finish her webseries for Sundance our lead character goes to her mother for help. Even though she gets the money she finds herself playing the karmic odds of whether she should see a fertility specialist or just go forward with using the money for the editing she needs. Continue reading “37 Problems Review ( @lisaebersole ) from @kleffnotes”