Friday, October 31, 2014
12:16 AM | Posted by Ashley G. |
The final episode in the Morganville Vampires web series is set to be released today! Yay! So far I have watched the first four episodes and have really enjoyed them! I hope that if you haven't had a chance to watch them you make time soon! And if you did watch it and enjoy be sure to let your friends know to watch it too!
Today, I have a little more information about the web series and also so cast and set photos! Hope you enjoy!!
Nothing is strange about the direction or production of Morganville: The Series. A show with a little more bite than most because well... the Morganville Vampires own their town and everyone in it and there’s not really anyone stopping them. And for fictional characters they are not backing down or backing off the new girl in town. Everyone’s suspect to Claire Danvers.
Which makes it all the more sweet to see the behind-the-scenes movies and photos, because the reality of this webseries is a long haul many books have made transitioning to another format. A realness steeped in long nights, insane shooting schedules (only 10 days!) and a fun-loving cast who were and are dedicated to making Morganville: The Series a wonderful treat for fans this Halloween season!
If you loved Rachel Caine’s Morganville Vamps in their book form; she is really hoping you love how Morganville: The Series captures the spirit and heart of her vampires in a whole new way. She cannot be more pleased with the results and wants especially the Kickstarter fans to know it wouldn’t have been possible without your generosity and faith in the project. And could not be more thrilled that Geek & Sundry believed in the project enough to match your giving and hosting Morganville: The Series on their awesome youtube channel.
To find out more, check out these sites for the scoop on Rachel Caine, The Morganville Vampires Books and Morganville: The Series.
Morganville: The Series – The show stars fan favorites Robert Picardo as Oliver (Star Trek: Voyager) and Amber Benson (Buffy The Vampire Slayer) as Amelie, as well as Lindsay Seidel (Claire), Jordan Taylor Farris (Shane), Haileigh Todd (Eve), Ben Easter (Michael), Nikki Donley (Hannah), Afomia Hailemeskel (Monica), Jessi Mechler (Gina), Taylor Murphy (Jennifer), Gregory Connors (Brandon) and Chase Ryan Jeffery (Myrnin). It is directed by Blake Calhoun, known for his award-winning and groundbreaking digital series Pink and Continuum, the show was filmed on location in Texas on a Blackmagic camera.
Rachel Caine – is a fictional character herself … a pen name of writer Roxanne Conrad. Since 2003, Rachel has written in the adult Urban Fantasy genre (the Weather Warden, Outcast Season, Revivalist and Red Letter Days series) as well as in Young Adult fiction (the Morganville Vampires series and award-winning novel Prince of Shadows). She is the author of more than forty novels and many short stories, and is regularly featured in anthology collections, most recently the Charlaine Harris edited Dead But Not Forgotten.
Summary -- Morganville - a brave teen (Claire Danvers) moves to the very isolated West Texas town to attend the local university, only to (a) run afoul of the local mean (very mean) girls, and (b) move to the safety of off-campus housing with three strangers. But the plot thickens when she discovers that her new housemates aren’t crazy: Morganville really is run by vampires.
They own it, and every one in it. And now ... they own her.
Now, who wants to see some cast photos?
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