February is upon us! With that comes the release of Turbulence: The Complete Series. I’m really afraid that I wont make the deadline. This is a short post, just meant to inform you that the release date might be pushed back.
Well, Turbulence is almost finished, so I decided to put out the release date of Turbulence: The Complete series. The release date should be around February 20, a date I hope we can all approve on. That VDVD will only have all seven episodes of the show. But if you want to get a whole bunch of special features on the VDVD, then you might want to wait until the Collector’s Edition comes out on March 5th. These are just a rough draft of the dates, something to look to so I don’t keep getting sidetracked.
So, after a couple of weeks of trying to stay away from screenwriting, I realized that my life wasn’t complete without it. So I started it again, and now I am returning with a bang. I am finishing the series of Turbulence and putting all of them into a zip file and putting it up on my website. So no more individual episodes.
Well, my fellow readers, I know that I haven’t posted in a very long time, and I am sorry for that. Screeni-Blog will be up, but I wont be reviewing any more VS’s. I also wont be writing any more either. I think that the reason for it is because most of the time I write a show, everybody always ridicules it. I will still review some stuff, but I will also talk about a lot of other stuff also. Like I am now. Well, bye for now.
Summary of SAFE V1 E1
“How Everything Went to Shit”
The title of the episode explains the episode real clearly. The episode talks about how England got destroyed by protesters and riots. All of the men over the age of sixteen had to join the English army to take back England. Jason, the main character, was over sixteen at the time. So he had to enlist and go to boot camp. Once he was done, he was part of one of the first spy groups to go to England. He had to jump out of a plane. Once he jumped out, soldiers on the ground shot holes in his parachute. A really good episode that leaves you on a cliffhanger.
10 out of 10
Review/summary of Blood Red Shoes S1 E4
“Nice Day for a Gay Wedding”
Twisting up Billy Idol’s song lyrics, eh? But enough with the puns, time to get down to business. A really action-packed episode that leaves you on a cliffhanger that makes you need to read the next episode. It starts off right before the wedding, as the people are taking their seats and Ben and Alex are making final preparations. But then the walk down the isle happens. Halfway through the walk, the wedding gets crashed by the zombies. Alex and Ben get in hiding, and then Naomi gets grabbed by the ankle by a zombie. Like I said, it leaves you on a cliffhanger! A great story with little nuggets of the plot starting to reveal themselves.
10 out of 10
Review/summary of Blood Red Shoes S1 E3
Not very much action in this episode. It is pretty much just Alex and Ben preparing for their wedding. A very quick read, although interesting. You learn about how oblivious the people are that zombies are roaming the streets, and how the zombies don’t understand cars. But in most shows and movies they don’t either. A good, quick read.
7 out of 10
Review/summary of Blood Red Shoes S1 E2
A very weird episode. I am starting to think that this show is an action/comedy webisode. Nonetheless, it is a very interesting show. We learn more about Alex, and how he is Ben’s finance, and we meet two entirely new characters, Ruth and Jason. The descriptions about them are very vague, so I cannot explain them to you. At the end of the show, Jason tries having sex with one of the zombies. It bites off his nipple. And I think that that is where the episode name comes from.
An… interesting show, to say the least.
8 out of 10
Review/summary of Blood Red Shoes Sequence One Episode One:
“Dog Shit Man”
For a first episode of a series, it really isn’t that bad. We meet the characters, Naomi and Ben, and at the end of the episode, there is another person, Alex. I think that he might become a major part in the series later on. It starts out on a highway, where a man is running from something. He trips and falls into a pile of dog crap. He gets up again and keeps on running. Then we cut to Naomi’s apartment/flat. Her and Ben are talking about Ben’s “wedding” when the man covered in dog crap comes and starts banging on the door. Just before she answers, the man gets pulled away by the very thing that he was running from.
This was a good episode and I am compelled to read more.
9.5 out of 10