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Underground & Overseas: Holler at Me- An Ode to 'The Heart She Holler'

Posted by: Tony Hinds  //  May 21, 2012 @ 3:59pm

This could be a tough sell. Many of the things that I love about The Heart She Holler will inevitably be the same things that turn off more conservative viewers from actually watching it. Its virtues will become its faults. One man's comedic treasure is another man's (probably a much older and prudish) trash.

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Underground & Overseas: Game of Thrones

Posted by: Cameron McLeod  //  May 4, 2012 @ 2:00pm

Although it's already fairly entrenched as a part of popular culture (thus technically not "underground"), and is also an HBO show (so it's not "overseas"), I still feel this is as good a place as any to post an article explaining the reasons everyone needs to begin watching Game of Thrones.

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Underground & Overseas: Black Mirror

Posted by: Tony Hinds  //  February 20, 2012 @ 8:17am

In exchange for the safe return of a kidnapped Princess, the British PM must decide if he will submit to a sickening form of public humiliation... A loner living in a corporate dystopia makes a violent attempt to free himself from a life of plodding servitude...

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Underground & Overseas: Breaking Bad

Posted by: Cameron McLeod  //  May 10, 2010 @ 7:22am

Put yourself in this situation.

You're a Nobel Prize winning chemist who, after a series of unfortunate events, has become a high-school chemistry teacher. Your family is barely scraping by. You take a job at a local car wash to help add some extra money.

Shortly thereafter, you're diagnosed with terminal lung cancer with 6 months (at most) left to live.

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Underground & Overseas: Top Gear

Posted by: Cameron McLeod  //  March 25, 2010 @ 8:57pm

It's finally time for my first article in a continuing series. In this article I'll be showcasing some of the best shows that aren't necessarily part of the mainstream.Some of these shows are juggernauts overseas, and some are just on cable.

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