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Paula's Pick: L.A. Macabre

For several months now I have been communicating with a lovely young actress on twitter named Kacy Tiller. She recently told me about this web series called L.A. Macabre and I finally got a chance to sit down and watch it. As you know I watch a lot of shows on television and the web and I have to tell you this is the most innovative show I have seen on either medium in a while.

L.A. Macabre is where reality and fiction collide in a smart, savvy, heart racing docu-style series. It brings notorious real-life crime stories from Los Angeles to the forefront of people's minds by spinning fictional tales that are eerily similar. The series begins with the characters trying to make a documentary about a disbanded cult; but on the quest for a story, they become the story themselves when former cult members begin stalking and harassing them. Because of the show's strategic use of web cams, night vision devices, and computers we experience things as they do, and feel everything they feel, seemingly in real time.

I don't want to spoil anything about the series, but the season 1 finale is a real nail-biter and ends with a major cliffhanger. If, and only if, you've already seen season 1 check out this teaser for season 2:


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