The web series H+. from Warner Bros. producer Bryan Singer, and director Stewart Hendler, has been in the works since 2008, and is finally starting to show up online. The show is built on a dual layer premise: first, that a technological implant called H+ allows humans to have 24/7 built-in biological access to the internet, and second, and a virus sweeps users of H+, killing millions in seconds.
The first trailer for the series suggested that it goes way beyond most web series in scope and production value, and now you can see the first couple episodes, to get an idea of how it is going to develop. Read More »
Yet another web series is coming from a famous filmmaker. This time the project is H+, produced by Bryan Singer and featuring a future-set storyline “where the human race is hardwired to the Internet,” at least before some manner of technological apocalypse hits, making the world look like it is in the middle of cosplaying the climax of Stephen King’s The Stand.
The first trailer for H+ has been released, and it looks at first a lot like an infomercial for the new information technology, but then it turns into a more narrative-oriented trailer that suggests a future that is both promising and very frightening. This is no small-budget, minor-scale web series. It looks like it has big ambitions, and while some of the story beats are relatively familiar, there is promise here, too. Read More »