Bryan Singer’s ‘H+’ Digital Series Hits The Web

The much buzzed about digital series from producer Bryan Singer (The Usual Suspects, X-Men: First Class) finally goes live and is set in an apocalyptic world where technology goes horribly wrong. The digital age is growing very quickly and it’s an extremely exciting time for content like this because it gives the creators a whole new way to reach viewers of any genre. Here at Rhino’s Horror it’s no secret that I’m a huge fan of sci-fi because in my opinion it features the best of both worlds because sci-fi is all about the future and nothing is more scary than something as unknown as that. Especially with the future that H+ gives us because it’s not too farfetched of a concept. For a web series I was blown away by its production value and you can see with every shot how much effort the filmmakers put into it.

H+ The Digital Series takes viewers on an episodic, apocalyptic journey into the future where consumers are rapidly installing a chip called “HPlus” into their nervous systems that allows them to access the Internet 24 hours a day – by just thinking it. One day, a virus is released – causing a third of the world’s population to die instantly. The series deals with the massive political and human changes that take place, the fight for survival and the mystery to discover who is behind this atrocity.

You can watch the first two episodes today and the great thing about this series is that the episodes are really short so if you’re pressed for time you should have no problem fitting these into your day. Check out the first episode below.

Be sure to head over to their Youtube channel for more episodes which will be coming out weekly.

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