Mia Morris’s Diary is a 23 episode series of unfortunate events for a young woman finding her way through friendship and possession.
Mia Morris is a college student and her friends Lucy, Drake, John, Arthur and Quinn, face supernatural forces at a University.
The storyline is intense and moves smoothly. However, I would have preferred more scenes in different settings when the main character was talking to her video diary.
I would have also preferred longer episodes to get to know the other characters a bit more as the story progressed.
It’s interesting to see the subtle love interest between mia and drake knowing that her friend, Lucy, would have done anything to even be looked at by him.
I did enjoy how the other characters were also able to talk to Jim, through the diary. It was kind of intrusive, considering it’s Mia’s diary, but it gave us a way to get to know and see a bit more of the other characters.
I was not thrilled with the choice at first to suspect the teacher instead of:
ryingto go back to the scene of the crimes and see what other clues they could find,
- Looking within the group as the occurrences seem to only happen when they are together.
Additionally, this group of friends did not even bother to
Once it was revealed that Drake was the Vampire, I was not surprised considering he was the only visible love interest of both M
At the ceremony scene, where Drake tries to take Mia as his bride, there was no indication of how Mia was able to get off of the table as she seemed to be in a sleeping beauty state in the opening scene. We see the professor making the deathly blow to Drake from behind and I would have preferred this scene to have been more of a battle situation than just the death blow – Seemed a bit rushed in that scene.
In the end, it was interesting to see how Mia took her experience and made some positive life-changing decisions in terms of her education and find something she enjoyed doing, which is film making.
The entire web-series can be found on YouTube for free. I really enjoyed watching it. BlackCat Flim productions and Sarah Stephenson is headed to dominate the film-making industry.
Mia Morris' Diary
It's an intense story of friendship and finding your true calling during the most trying time of your life. This web series captions the essence of how assumptions can lead to bad decisions and how capturing real moments can make all the difference.
- The storyline
- Characters stayed in sync
- Video quality
- Episodes are too short
- No backstory for characters
- Generic plot twist