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Moustache Lockdown Streaming Survival Guide Part 18 | The Beech Boys Season 2

In times of Covid-19 and lockdown, use of private swimming pools must have sky-rocketed, which means one group of people will be very busy indeed. For the rest of us it means we finally get a second season of their hilarious show. That's right, get your Hawaiian shirts out, because The Beech Boys are back! Don't forget to check out our Moustache Lockdown Streaming Survival Guide in its entirety, you can find it by clicking here . It has been a whole two weeks since we last saw The Beech Boys, and they've certainly been through a lot. Who knew the life of a pool cleaner could be so dramatic? Between the everyday stress of cleaning pools and enjoying the sun in beautiful California, our heroes must deal with broken hearts, health scares, an election, aggressive business expansion, and death. Will Trey (series creator J.J. Carroll) and Ethan (Zach Castle) be able to hold it together? I know, I know, it may have only been two weeks within the confines of the story, but here in

Moustache Lockdown Streaming Survival Guide Part 5 | Beyond the Blockbusters

Part 5 of our Lockdown Streaming Survival Guide brings us to YouTube, and a new show called "Beyond the Blockbusters". Check out the other entries in our Survival Guide by clicking here . In an attempt to achieve some kind of fame, Chase Cousins (JJ Carroll) has started his own movie review show, one in which he discusses some of the greatest movies ever made... often incoherently. Along for the ride are his co-host/assistant Geoffrey (Matt Tory), and a whole host of - not exactly special - guests, as Chase crashes into the movie-loving world with "Beyond the Blockbusters". Matt Tory and JJ Carroll - the guys behind "The Beech Boys" - are back with their new show. Beyond the Blockbusters is an amusing parody of the many talk shows gracing our screens, not to mention an interesting commentary on the social media generation. It's incredible what people will do in this day and age to be famous, and Carroll's performance as Chase Cousins

The Beech Boys | Average Guy TV Review

There are many great questions that have both driven and plagued the human race throughout the centuries: "Why are we here?" "Where are we going?" "What is the meaning of life?" But the most important question of all hits a little closer to home: "What do the pool cleaners really get up to when you're not around?" Are you sure you want to know? Well here's your chance to find out. Trey (J.J. Caroll) and Ethan (Zach Castle) are the Beech Boys, it's their job to clean every pool on the Beechwood estate. But it's fair to say that the boys aren't always totally focused on doing their work, a trait that has a tendency for getting them into trouble. Between that and Trey's abuse of their clients, the Beech Boys are out of favour with the Home Owners Association. Now facing termination, will Trey and Ethan be able to save their jobs - and their easy life by the pool - before it's too late? From the creato

'To the Moon' | Short Film

This inspirational and thought provoking short film tells the story of a young man with a mental disability who dreams of one day going to the moon. It carries with it a message that regardless of who we are, we shouldn't be afraid to dream big! "To the Moon" was created by the people behind "We Make Movies" and is the winner of "Most Thought Provoking Film" at Festival Angaelica. It's available to watch now, check it out below or click here to view it on YouTube. What do you think of "To the Moon"? Let us know by leaving a comment below or find us on Facebook and Twitter.

We Make Movies: Average Guy Movie Review

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to go behind the scenes on an independent film? Wondered how the process differs between a big budget Hollywood production and an indie movie? If so, 'We Make Movies' could be the...err movie for you. Director and star Matt Tory wanted to make a movie about the process of making movies, just not the Hollywood process. Think Bowfinger meets Tropic Thunder. Adopting a documentary style in which cameras go behind the scenes of a minor motion picture, We Make Movies tells the story of a group of college students who spend the summer making a movie for their hometown's film festival. A movie that blends together all the greatest films ever made in what Stevphen (not a typo) the director (played by Tory) calls "an homage". Tory decided to make the movie with his friends, in very much the same way as the movies they made as children. The cast all play highly exaggerated versions of themselves. There's the eg