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Love Made Me Love Myself Again

Well technically the TV show called Love and to be even more specific, one particular episode from that show. Let me elaborate. And back up a little. Love was (sadly it’s over) a great Neflix ...
October 10, 2019
Film Review

Mindhunter Season 2: The Art Is In The Dialogue

Oh and what dialogue it is. You might say that almost the entire premise of the TV series is based on dialogue, but as you may already know… it’s not a deterrent. In fact it’s ...
August 18, 2019
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A Look Back At OITNB: What Made It Soo Good?

Well, it’s finally here. The 7th and last season of Orange Is The New Black. The hit Netflix series ends it’s run today, and I get a little emotional to tell you the truth. Not ...
July 26, 2019
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Stranger Things: The Toxic Behavior Is Also A Subtle 80’s ...

When it comes to the hit Netflix series Stranger Things, the pop culture references from the ’80s are really the number one thing that really comes to mind. The homage to the classic horror/action/SF movies, ...
July 10, 2019
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The Sensory Themed Horror Trend Has To End

Look, I do not hate on them. I don’t even hate the sub-genre. Ok, let me explain. The motive for this post is the latest Netflix concoction. The first trailer for The Silence is out, ...
March 30, 2019
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Umbrella Academy: Half-Baked Hipster Mess

So, after starting on Doom Patrol (which I liked very much), I decided to give another super-hero TV series a try. And that TV series Is Netflix‘s Umbrella Academy. Umbrella Academy is not that good, ...
March 2, 2019
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Velvet Buzzsaw And The Art Of Mocking The Art People

I’ll presume that you’ve seen Velvet Buzzsaw by now. The Dan Gilroy directed horror thriller premiered on Netflix on February 1st, but it took me a week (more or less) to watch it and to ...
February 8, 2019
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Fyre And Fyre Fraud Are Both Worth Checking Out

Well, you’ve probably heard about the disaster that was Fyre festival, just a couple of years ago. Marketed as a music festival ala Coachella but on a remote exotic island once owned by Pablo Escobar, ...
January 29, 2019
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Film Review

Polar Film Review

Netflix is in the middle of their biggest gamble. They’ve made pretty much everything up to this point. So at the very beginning of this year, along with the fresh Oscar campaign (for Roma), they’ve ...
January 27, 2019
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Bird Box And The Minimalism Of Fear

So, I watched Bird Box last night. Netflix‘s latest offering with Sandra Bullock in the lead role. You can expect my full film review tomorrow, but for now, I want to touch a subject that ...
December 22, 2018
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If You Liked Dumplin: You probably Loved Drop Dead Gorgeous ...

Hey ya’ll. I watched Dumplin this past weekend. The Netflix musical comedy film directed by Anne Fletcher with Jennifer Aniston and Danielle Macdonald in the lead roles. It was surprisingly enjoyable and fun to be ...
December 11, 2018
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The Kominsky Method: Michael Douglas Caught The TV Bug

Yeah, You’ve read that right. The Academy Award winner Michael Douglas (along with his fellow Oscar winner Alan Arkin that is) is the latest A-list celebrity to catch the TV bug. Douglas and Arkin are ...
November 13, 2018