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Now in Higher Quality Apple TV Version, the Infamous Jackson Bros, the first ever Fan Film Review Vidcast! An Urban At The Movies that reviews low budget films from ordinary people, centering around characters from multi-genre fiction (sci-fi, horror, comic books). Some Mild Language, but still 90% work safe.
By Creole Entertainment / On The Front Porch Productions
Digital Punch is the new vLog that brings you the latest cool products that hit the market, the hot web and technology stories that hit the wire, the bazaar and strange items for sales on the web, and bunch of random fun along the way each and every week. For more information about us, feel free to check out or edit our Wikipedia page, as you all (the viewers) really do help define what this show is all about. Every episode we will answer user questions and read user feedback, so please leave a comment/question and subscribe to our show via our RSS feed! Weâ€™d love to hear what you think as this show is all about interacting with YOU the viewers.
By Digital Punch Weekly vLog
Film reviews with Morton Marcus and Richard von Busack. Each half hour episode our hosts talk about 4 current films and discuss aspects of film it's history and it's influences on society. The show contains a unique segment called Video Corner where the hosts provide suggestions for movie rentals relating to that episodes theme. Finally before saying goodbye you are provided with a quick summary of that weeks review ratings.
Learn how to design and build furniture with Marc Spagnuolo, The Wood Whisperer. Develop new skills with our video project and technique tutorials. For more information, in-depth articles, and wood shop tours, visit us at TheWoodWhisperer.com
An Alternative to Time-Based Television Programing.??Imagine if content for television was more like the world of paintings and other non-time-based art-forms that can be approached by the viewers on their own terms. Without required period of time to dedicate to it. Where "in" and "out" points are viewer's, not editors, choice. ??There is something comforting about it isn't it?
By Relja Penezic