Press release - TMRS Web Series
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
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SIMON COWELL AND WOODY ALLEN HAVE PROCREATED
New WebTV Show Host Embodies the Humor of Both
Sometimes, you watch a student film and you just think, “Wow, this is the worst piece of
crap I’ve ever seen,” but you don’t want to bruise the soul of a student artist. Well,
Brendan McLaughlin, host of Collegivity’s T.M.R.S. (The Movie Review Show) starts up
his mouth where your mind left off. His smart wit and wry humor puts a spin on the
reviewing process and does so with remarkably high quality student films.
Every week, McLaughlin watches a “Student Submission”, gives his opinion, and brings
in the director for a question-and-answer session. The first episode, featuring NYU
short film Apples to Apples has garnered rave reviews, and the second episode was
uploaded on March 5th
. His no-holds barred style of interviewing will keep you laughing
with his witty sarcastic truth. Saying exactly what is on the minds of his viewers’ leaves
them comfortable and satisfied at the end.
In staying true to Collegivity’s student-centered philosophy, T.M.R.S. is 100% produced
by university students and features films submitted by students as well. All webisodes
are available online at collegivity.com, along with two other Internet TV shows: My
Freshman Year and Behind the Seams creating in effect, a WebTV network.
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Collegivity produces original webisodes updated weekly. We are a new-media entertainment
company that produces, distributes and promotes collegiate content. Collegivity accepts article,
music or video contributions from fellow collegians. Collegivity enables cross-media
collaboration, facilitates distribution and provides publicity for their content. All employees are
currently college students specializing or passionate about their respective fields, from
entertainment finance to comedy.