It’s funny to talk about visuals when discussing an audio drama, but even funnier when you consider that the cyberpunk thriller Cold Reboot started life as the first novel in the Shadow Decade series. Very different beasts, prose and audio, Continue reading The Visuals of Cold Reboot
Ask a Slave is a snarky, dryly funny web series created by and starring Azie Mira Dungey. Set up as interviews with Lizzie Mae, housemaid to George and Martha Washington, the series is based on actual questions Ms. Dungey fielded Continue reading What to Watch: Ask a Slave
A Long Walk, by writer/director Chinonye Chukwu, is a powerful, utterly devastating short film about childhood, the moments that shatter our innocence, and regrets that haunt us for the rest of our lives. My heart broke at less than four Continue reading What to Watch: A Long Walk
The Judas Run is an intriguing short thriller by Chicago filmmaker (and Burning Brigid pal) Eric Neal. With elements of sci fi and a deep mystery underlying the story, the film pulls you in and leaves you wanting more. Small-time Continue reading What to Watch: The Judas Run
We’ve spoken about our pals at Fake Geek Girl Productions before — they are a women-led production company also based in Chicago that celebrates women in geek culture. Their latest offering is DebCam, a hilarious look at what we actors Continue reading What to Watch: DebCam
By now, most of you have probably heard the buzz around the release of Mad Max: Fury Road. In truth, I’m not sure I have that much to add to what’s already out there, other than: this is the very Continue reading Mad Max: Fury Road — what we’ve been waiting for
You’ve been waiting for it, so here it is! A paranoid lab assistant becomes convinced that the sleep study institute that employs them is far more sinister than it first appears. Unwilling to risk exposure to potential retribution, the assistant Continue reading The Sleep Study Trailer is Here!
Something a little different for What to Watch: Lakay is a documentary that takes place in the immediate aftermath of the 2010 earthquake in Haiti. It tells the story of two Haitian-American brothers, Tirf Alexius and Remoh Romeo, who return to Haiti Continue reading What to Watch: “Lakay” coming soon to cinemas!
The Chicago indie community teems with creative powerhouses. Recently we met Deborah Craft, Marketing Director for Fake Geek Girl Productions, and got to talking about their upcoming web series. Anchored by an ensemble cast of women (plus a token guy!), Continue reading What to Watch: Upcoming web series “Space Happens!”
MisSpelled is an upcoming web series that we at Burning Brigid are very excited about. This series about a quintet of five accidental witches stars an ensemble cast of five women-of-color, and is written by actor-director Lindsey McDowell. Her stated Continue reading What to Watch: New Web Series “MisSpelled”