Bottom Line: I hope they make more of these, a lot more. I rarely make it through an entire run of a web series but I found myself watching 664 compulsively. Even the opening theme is catchy. Do yourself a favor and start watching this today.
Tracy and George got married. Awwwww.
Around then, George started making his own short films. Gary and Alex had already been making films. Tony wanted to make films, too. So, they all started making films. Sometimes together, sometimes apart. Awwwww.
A few years later, Arthur started appearing in some of these films. Mostly because he had access to an actual police uniform. Then we said, “He’s very funny. Maybe we should do other, non-police things with him?” We agreed. We started doing non-police things with Arthur. He was very funny. Awwwwww.
A few years later, George said, “Guys, there’s a contest I want to enter. All we need to do is shoot a T.V. pilot. I have an idea called 664 – The Neighbor of the Beast.” They said yes. Tony asked if he could be the devil. George told him about all the red make-up. Tony said, “That’s cool.” They shot the pilot and submitted it. Awwwww.
It lost. Awwwww.
A year later, a lot of people said, “George, you should make 664 into a webseries. It’s funny.” George said, “I don’t know know nuthin about makin no webseries.” Then, one day, George said, “F-it. Let’s make a webseries!” Awwwwww yeah!
And they lived happily ever after.
OR DID THEY?! Dun-Dun-DUHHHHHH!
I really dig the costume for “Lou” the Devil. Nothing spectacular but it works in the sense that you could almost imagine him walking around like that in this neighborhood without raising too many eyebrows. (Style 3.5)
What struck me about this show is that by the end of every episode I had at least one line stuck in my head. The writing is strong and the characters are really fun to be around. (Storytelling 4.5)
The background music can get a little grating, especially if you watch multiple episodes in a row. Otherwise it is a well put together low budget series. (Polish 3)
It’s a show about a couple moving in next door to a rather pleasant Lucifer. Can’t get much more novel. (Novelty 4.5)