Video Game High School


Action / Romance / Sci-Fi

Plot summary

Uploaded by: FREEMAN
June 07, 2022 at 04:51 AM


Top cast

Zachary Levi as Ace 3 episodes, 2012
Joel McHale as President 1 episode, 2014
Johanna Braddy as Jenny Matrix 20 episodes, 2012-2014
Cynthia Watros as Mary Matrix 4 episodes, 2013-2014
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1.11 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
2 hr 4 min
P/S 13 / 49
2.07 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
2 hr 4 min
P/S 12 / 96

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Tactrix 10 / 10


This show is what happens when you let people write, act and direct about something they love. It's all fun factor and none of the commercialized compromise. A show for gamers by gamers, that really puts you in touch with your inner child.

So we have Brian D who is the main star of the show, and as it turns out as he's playing just another run in a mil game and goes AFK the top gamer in the world gets on and demolishes his team. As he comes back he doesn't realize who he's playing against and sees a grenade on his head which he cleverly kicks back at the gamer and detonates winning his team the match, and humiliating Law(the top gamer). The show then goes on through a series of things that happen as Brian D gets invite into VGHS the school where you learn about every aspect of gaming, and without spoiling too much it just gets crazy from there. Bottom line this is exactly the kind of show that needed to be made, to prove once and for all it's not about name brands and regurgitated actors. It's about passion and commitment to making series about doing what you love, and let's face it every gamer at one point or another thought about what it would be like to destroy the worlds best on national TV. 10/10 please don't change a thing and keep it coming!

Reviewed by corpse_man 7 / 10

Kind of like Harry Potter for gamers.

I am 34 and have been gaming for around 25 years now. I am also big into online gaming, and my son is also getting into it. We watched this together and both loved it. My daughter loved it too.

I found this series, hilarious, imaginative, and just really cool, despite being a little unpolished. I can see it becoming super popular for teenagers. I wish more people knew about Video game high school, I had never heard of it until last night. I would really like to see this succeed in a big way.

My only complaint is that sometimes, it starts to feel like a YTV show. At times it feels like the target audience all of a sudden drops in age by like 10 years. At 34 years of age, most of the series I thought was very watchable, but some moments were just too YTV-ish. My son liked the entire thing. However, I think Video Game High school would appeal to more people without the "YTV" moments.

Video game High school is kind of like Harry Potter, but with video games as the theme instead of magic.

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle 7 / 10

interesting third season

Video gaming has become a popular sport and VGHS is dedicated to teaching gaming. Brian D (Josh Blaylock) comes from a poor background. He gains public popularity by killing arrogant star The Law and is invited to VGHS. He makes friends with fellow new student Ki Swan (Ellary Porterfield) and roommate Ted Wong (Jimmy Wong). He falls for leading player Jenny Matrix (Johanna Braddy) who has a troubled relationship with her teacher/mother (Cynthia Watros).

I found this on Netflix and with the high rating, I decided to take a shot. The first two seasons left me a little concerned. The limited budget makes the production lesser quality. It has a young teen TV show value. The game playing needs a little more imagination. The four lead actors could be better and quite frankly, Blaylock is not hot enough to be the hot nerd lead. It's silly but it's not silly enough to be fun. During the third season, the show decides to take risks with some high concept episodes. It unleashes the deadpan awkward gawkiness of Porterfield. The secondary pairing actually gains parity with the leads. It finally finds its voice but it ends right after. It's too bad that it could not get there earlier.

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