Whether you're binge watching or Netflix and Chilling, hats off to the digital streaming behemoth that never ceases to entertain.
Someone Has to Die A Netflix Original Series Created by Manolo Carlo. This short mini-series (three episodes) taking place in Spain, about (I think) the persecution of gays during the 1950’s, is an “interesting” watch.
The second volume of the popular series “Unsolved Mysteries” has arrived on the streaming giant’s platform. Season 2 was made available on October the 19th at around 12:00 am Pacific Time (3:00 am Eastern Time).
Netflix’s remake of the 1940 Alfred Hitchcock masterpiece, Rebecca, is not good. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a handsome movie, well staged with two terrific lead actors in Lily James and Armie Hammer. Unfortunately, the writers and director Ben Wheatley let everyone else down by failing to understand what made the original Rebecca a master work that remains relevant and witty to this day.
There’s something strange going on this Halloween, and I don’t mean the usual strange. Hubie Halloween is a 2020 Netflix film. Hubie Debois is devoted to making this the safest Halloween for all the kids in Salem. Unfortunately, Hubie is mocked everywhere here goes. On Halloween, something is not right. It’s up to Hubie to save the day.
In 2018, a Youtube channel called Filmjoy released a video called Lessons Animation Taught Us. Which inspired many content creators to make similar videos on their own explaining their own lessons that were taught to them from animation, as was it's intended goal! Now I'm going to make one of my own. I'm going to be talking about my favorite show of all time, Bojack Horseman! Many people have told me that they refuse to watch the show because of how real it is. But I think it's because of that reason, everyone should watch the show. Because the show is so complex, I can't begin to talk about it all. So I'm just going to talk about some of my favorite characters and what the taught me as they transition to the beginning of the show to the end!
Netflix’s new show “Emily in Paris” about a plucky young American who goes to work for a marketing company in the French capital, not knowing a word of the language but armed with her awesome Instagram skills and “fresh perspective”, has certainly stirred up some controversy. In the wake of cancellations of favourite shows such as “GLOW”, many viewers seem to feel they’ve been robbed of something good and given thrash in return. Critics are not exactly charmed, either, and I don’t even want to imagine what the French think about it. (Actually, according to the internet, they seem to be mostly laughing at it in bemusement which, I suppose, is better than the alternative.)
I’ve always been somewhat of a dangerous binge-watcher. Now, more than ever, am I stuck at home wondering, what’s next?! Enjoy this Top 10 List of Netflix shows to binge. These are not in order from best to worst.
Netflix has really upped their game in the anime department this year. Besides adding tons of new amazing existing anime, some of their originals have been getting massive amounts of hype. One of these is BNA: Brand New Animal, probably one of the wildest of Netflix’s licensed anime selection.
Netflix has some good, bad, and ugly anime. I have become an animation slob though, so the quality needs to be good! Here are some anime's that fit the bill with good animation, great stories, and fun characters.
Japan Sinks 2020 is one of Netflix’s 2020 anime originals, and it had a lot of hype for me going into it. I saw lots of people tweeting about it, and I heard it was great, so I decided to finally buckle down and watch it. I’ll just say now, this is a spoiler review, so if you don’t want anything spoiled, stop here, watch it, and come back when you’re ready!
Last weekend, I opened Netflix looking for something to watch, when lo and behold, a new Jurassic Park series was splashed across my screen.
The Sleepover is a Netflix exclusive that recently came out. It's a lot more fun than you would have expected. Sure there are a lot of cheesiness and a ton of it is predictable but you have to consider what the target audience for this movie is. It's a family film that is sure to entertain kids and adults alike and I for one was entertained by this movie.