Oscar’s Hotel for Fantastical Creatures: Setting a new bar for Web Series

Oscar’s Hotel for Fantastical Creatures follows hotel owner Oscar’s nephew, Oliver, as he tries to run the hotel for a week while his uncle is doing ‘community service.' From the insane, glittery gun-wielding, demon-horse-clown in Episode 1 to Death’s box rooms (Episode 3) and the magical land of Artlandia (Episode 5), Oscar’s Hotel for Fantastical Creatures has proved once again that YouTubers aren’t just people who talk in front of the camera.

Review: 'Oscar's Hotel' “Fountain of Forgetfulness”

The fourth installment of KickThePJ's Oscar's Hotel for Fantastical Creatures, entitled “Fountain of Forgetfulness”, is about the all-too-familiar concept of short-term amnesia.

Review: ‘Oscar’s Hotel’ “Fountain of Forgetfulness”

The fourth installment of KickThePJ's Oscar's Hotel for Fantastical Creatures, entitled “Fountain of Forgetfulness”, is about the all-too-familiar concept of short-term amnesia.

Review: 'Oscar’s Hotel' "Death's Hotel"

"Hey, by the way, can you milk me?” As this quote might suggest, this week’s episode of KickThePj’s web comedy series Oscar’s Hotel For Fantastical Creatures is perhaps the most bizarre and zany thus far.

Review: ‘Oscar’s Hotel’ “Death’s Hotel”

"Hey, by the way, can you milk me?” As this quote might suggest, this week’s episode of KickThePj’s web comedy series Oscar’s Hotel For Fantastical Creatures is perhaps the most bizarre and zany thus far.

Alumni Profile: Buzzfeed’s Zach Kornfeld “I Learned it From LEGO Studios”

You may not recognize the name Zach Kornfeld, but chances are you’ve watched one of his videos. Kornfeld, an Emerson College graduate, is a video producer for Buzzfeed and a member of Buzzfeed’s Try Guys.

Review: ‘Oscar’s Hotel’ “Hunger Pains”

“I want you to father my food baby!” College students would unanimously agree with this line from the second episode of P.J. Liguori‘s, better known as KickThePJ, new Vimeo-based web series Oscar’s Hotel For Fantastical Creatures hits too close to home.

From YouTube to the Big Screens: Everything Before Us Review.

Agents of Secret Stuff. Strangers, again. Away We Happened. After over a decade of creating unforgettable and heart warming content on YouTube, Wong Fu Productions finally made a full-length film – Everything Before Us.

YouTube to Release Subscription Video Service in Near Future

A YouTube video subscription service will become a reality very soon. The service would allow viewers to watch videos free of ads for a monthly fee.

Alumni Profile: SourceFed’s Matt Lieberman “I Wanted My Voice to Matter”

Emerson Alumni Matt Lieberman spoke to Emertainment Monthly giving advice to students and creators and sharing his story for Emerson to SourceFed and beyond!

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