Not your usual webseries, They Live Among Us weaves a rich tapestry of horror, gothic romance and film noir in a tale of fallen angels, demons and star-crossed lovers against the backdrop of Los Angeles. It explores a grittier, more urban city in which supernatural beings live anonymously amongst the masses of humanity. The dark, seedy side of Los Angeles. Raymond Chandler meets Stephen King. Fallen angels who struggle to find grace in a place known as the City of Angels.
Episode One of They Live Among Us, “Pull My Strings” made its debut on All Saint’s Day – November 1, 2011. Here’s what people are saying about it:
“Anne Lower’s sensual, captivating webseries, They Live Among Us - this should be a case study for micro budget projects. Powered by passion, a great script, a talented cast & crew – the sky can truly be the limit.” ~ filmmaker Seth Ruffer
‘ “They Live Among Us” captures that true noir essence of films like Detour… Wow!” ~ filmmaker B.R.
“Imagine Wim Wenders’ WINGS OF DESIRE as a webseries and you’re on your way to THEY LIVE AMONG US.” Screenread Webzine (GE)
“I love genre hybrids, especially since every genre known to humanity has been done to death in every possible medium, so unless and until we invent new mediums, or new genres, mixing ‘em up may be the best recipe for mass media consumption, even though recycling often leads to regurgitation. This is thankfully not the case with the sleekly produced web series “They Live Among Us,” which makes pure pulp by throwing gothic horror, film noir, urban (LA) angst, theological theorizing, philosophical philandering, and spiritual sex into a genre-bending blender.” ~ Placevine Studios critic Will Vaharo
See what the buzz is about. Watch Episodes 1 – 3 below: