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The Honeycomb Trilogy

From 6 member  reviews
Members say: Ambitious, Absorbing, Thought-provoking, Indulgent, Original

About the show

Gideon Productions presents a three part sci-fi epic by Mac Rogers, following one American family through an extraterrestrial invasion and the occupation of Earth. More…

A decade-spanning science fiction epic begins as son Abbie allies with the extraterrestrial conquerors and daughter Ronnie leads the human resistance. The entire saga takes place in the same house, as it - much like the world around it - is ravaged by war and rebuilt by hand over the course of twenty years. The three parts of the trilogy will be presented individually on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday nights. On Saturdays and Sundays audiences can binge-watch the entire trilogy. 'The Honeycomb Trilogy' explores culture, terrorism, sexuality, loyalty, justice, and forgiveness over the course of three action-packed, emotionally-charged stories.



October 22nd, 2015
"An exhilarating D.I.Y. saga…Mr. Rogers’ vision of human relationships is nuanced, and there’s a probing moral consciousness underlying the geeky whiz-bang…Limited square footage doesn’t much cramp his imagination, which is keen, or his aspirations, which are appealingly vast…'Advance Man,' is th...
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October 23rd, 2015
"Jordana Williams's direction isn't always as strong as it could be, causing some of the climactic scenes to take on a tinge of melodrama. But there's far more to praise than disparage here. Rogers's script crackles with wit and intelligence; as rounded as the world he's created is, it simply cou...
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October 26th, 2015
"The ensemble cast is a joy to watch and director Jordana Williams is nothing short of an absolute bad ass. Williams and her production team’s achievements with the trilogy are simply remarkable, creating a style and a sense of action that is a genre onto itself...Rogers has accomplished a wholly...
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October 23rd, 2015
"'The Honeycomb Trilogy' addresses issues such as eco-terrorism, migration reform, and same sex unions in smarter ways than anything else produced over the last decade…An admirable achievement in terms of production, but it’s the brilliance of the writing that strikes the most, because of Rogers’...
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