Malice: The Webseries

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Malice: The Webseries
Malice logo.png
Genre Horror, Adventure, Sci-fi
Created by Philip Cook
Starring Brittany Martz
Rebekkah Johnson
Mark Hyde
Leanna Chamish
Matt Gulbranson
Nora Palka
Country of origin United States
No. of seasons 4
No. of episodes 24
Production
Producer(s) Philip Cook
Location(s) Falls Church, Virginia
Running time 5-10 minutes per episode (web series)
Release
Original network Koldcast TV, YouTube, Hulu
Original release Web series: September 22, 2011 (2011-09-22)
External links
Website eaglefilms.com/Malice/Malice_Home.htm

Malice: The Webseries is a horror sci-fi web series created by Eagle Films.[1] The series chronicles the Turner family after they move into their late grandmother's home. When paranormal events begin to occur, it is up to the family's youngest member, teenage Alice, to save the day. The series' protagonist shares the name of and is inspired by Alice, from Lewis Carrol's novel Alice in Wonderland. Malice: The Webseries was compiled into a feature film which debuted on Hulu September 24, 2014.[2]

Malice: Metamorphosis consists of seasons three and four of the webseries. Metamorphosis occurs one year after the events of the second season. As Alice tries to piece her life back together, she is troubled by dreams of an epic medieval battle and the armored specter of her dead father. Totaling twelve additional episodes, the finale of Metamorphosis was released March 22, 2015.

History[edit]

Malice: The Webseries began filming in the summer of 2011. The second season was completed February 2013 .[3] During the summer of 2012, Malice raised $10,170 out of a goal of $8,000 on Kickstarter to finance Season 2.[4]

Malice: Metamorphosis was funded by another successful Kickstarter, which raised $12,195.[5]

Awards[edit]

  • April 2, 2014: Malice won "Best Visual Effects" at the Indie Series Awards [6]
  • September 30, 2014: Malice won "Best Editing at ITVFest (Independent Television Festival) [7]
  • Malice was listed in Webvee Guide's most memorable shows of 2014 [8]
  • Malice was listed 8th on IMDb's Halloween Horrorfest 2014 [9]
  • March 29, 2015: Malice won "Best Visual Effects" at the Hollyweb Festival [10]
  • Malice was nominated for several awards at the LA Web Fest 2015:
    • MALICE—Outstanding Series
    • Philip Cook—Outstanding Director
    • Brittany Martz—Outstanding Lead Actress
    • MALICE—Outstanding Visual Effects
    • Philip Cook—Outstanding Editing
    • Philip Cook—Outstanding Sound Design

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External links[edit]

Streaming Episodes