Kappa Force @REVRYTV Review from @kleffnotes

The college experience has been portrayed in hundreds of movies and television shows, but Kappa Force takes the idea of college and gives it a queer and satirical twist. State University seems like the perfect example of an all American campus, but that image is shattered once you learn that The Douche has plans to take down the members of Kappa Force. Yes, the villain’s name is The Douche and he thinks this is a great choice, if that helps you to understand the high levels of campy hilarity that fill this series. Continue reading “Kappa Force @REVRYTV Review from @kleffnotes”

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The Third Dekkoo Series Review from @kleffnotes

Dekkoo presents a new and provocative series, The Third, that showcases nontraditional families and ways of life. The show focuses on Jason, a twenty-nine year old gay man, who has sort of unexpectedly found himself part of a triad relationship. For those of you who are unfamiliar with this sort of relationship type, the series You, Me, Her has touched on it slightly. An established couple brings in a third person to be part of their relationship in both of these series, though this is not always how a triad is created. In this case Jason has found himself attracted to two men who are already in a committed and primarily monogamous relationship. Continue reading “The Third Dekkoo Series Review from @kleffnotes”

Passage Web Series Review from @freegolaw

Everyone has a secret in this science-fiction drama. Passage is an episodic paranormal sci-fi drama centered around Janus Agent Ali Prader (play by Shannan Leigh Reeve) from Representation Matters Production and Tello Films. What is passage? Passage is resolution. When a ghost or paranormal being finally achieves resolution on Earth, he/she/they are finally able to move on and get “passage”. Continue reading “Passage Web Series Review from @freegolaw”

Interview with Gretchen Wylder from @kleffnotes

I had the chance to chat with Gretchen Wylder, the creator, writer, and one of the core characters of the web series These Thems. Her series uses humor to examine and discuss topics of queerness, gender identity, coming out, sexual empowerment, and so much more. In her series, Wylder plays Gretchen, who after realizing she might be a lesbian, befriends a nonbinary dog walker named Vero. This friendship leads to a journey through the queer culture and world that Gretchen had never known. Thank you to Gretchen Wylder for discussing her series with me. Continue reading “Interview with Gretchen Wylder from @kleffnotes”

Interview with Jessii Vee from @kleffnotes

Rounding out our interviews with the cast of Running With Violet, I had the chance to talk with Jessii Vee. The actor and YouTuber plays Frankee, the slightly witchy babysitter from Season One who has started to find new skills this season. She was one of my favorite characters in the first season and I was excited to see she was back for more one liners and epic levels of snark. I got to chat with her about this new season and what she’s up to outside of the series. Continue reading “Interview with Jessii Vee from @kleffnotes”

Interview with Andrea Bang from @kleffnotes

Andrea Bang is a new addition to Running With Violet, the YouTube series we are featuring this week in connection to the drop of the second season. She plays Samantha, who is a bit of a party girl with some secrets behind her bubbly personality. You might recognize her from the Canadian comedy, Kim’s Convenience, and she has a recent film releasing soon. Luce, a feature that focuses on a married couple and their thoughts on their marriage has an all star cast, and releases broadly on August 9th. I chatted not just Running With Violet, but everything else Andrea Bang has going on. Continue reading “Interview with Andrea Bang from @kleffnotes”

Interview with Marie Claire Marcotte from @kleffnotes

Running With Violet, the hit YouTube series, just returned for a second season with more drama and unexpected drug dealing. I had the opportunity to ask one of the stars and creators, Marie Claire Marcotte, who plays Miranda. If you haven’t checked out this great series yet you are definitely missing out, check out my interview and then get to watching Season Two right away. Continue reading “Interview with Marie Claire Marcotte from @kleffnotes”

Running With Violet Season 2 Debut Feature from @kleffnotes

Running With Violet is one of the most unexpected series I have ever had the pleasure of watching. I am a bit slow to the scene for this one, but this female focused series from Rebecca Davey and Marie-Claire Marcotte has a little bit of everything all tied together in a perfect package of drugs, death, and comedy. With the second season releasing today I wanted to highlight a little bit about the first season and give some spoiler free thoughts on what you can expect in Season 2. Continue reading “Running With Violet Season 2 Debut Feature from @kleffnotes”

Insomnia Web Series Review from @kleffnotes

The darkly comedic web series Insomnia drops the final episode of the limited series today and to get you ready for the final episodes I wanted to share my thoughts on the show so far. Set in New York City, Insomnia follows bisexual, Indian American writer Nikhil Sharma as he tries to figure out his life. Shown through single camera, the story follows Nikhil in his secret work as a male escort where he is confronted by issues of race, sexuality, loneliness, and just general lack of sleep. The series was inspired by a brief real life encounter when creator and star of the show, Vishaal Reddy, was asked by someone in NYC if he had ever considered being an escort. After seeing a lack of positive representation in the media he took this idea and evolved it into Insomnia. Continue reading “Insomnia Web Series Review from @kleffnotes”

The Bi Line: Barbelle S2 Follow-Up and Bi in Bitter S2 from @kleffnotes

This week I am delving into some web series that I have already previously discussed in some capacity on The Nerdy Girl Express. I absolutely adore both I Put the Bi in Bitter and Barbelle, both of which I covered in Fangirl Freakouts videos, and second seasons of both released earlier this year. I know I’m a bit behind in talking about them, especially since I covered roughly the first half of Barbelle Season Two a while back, but I am here and ready to gush. Continue reading “The Bi Line: Barbelle S2 Follow-Up and Bi in Bitter S2 from @kleffnotes”