It’s the streaming generation’s most enduring problem: there’s too much to watch, so there’s nothing to watch. Is it time for something drastic?
James Jay Edwards reviews Fear Street Part 3: 1666, the finale of the teen horror film series directed by Leigh Janiak, inspired by the R.L. Stine Fear Street books. (Netflix)
James Jay Edwards reviews Fear Street Part 2: 1978, a teen horror film series inspired by the R.L. Stine Fear Street books and directed by Leigh Janiak. (Netflix)
James Jay Edwards reviews Fear Street Part 1: 1994, a teen horror film based on the R.L. Stine Fear Street book series and directed by Leigh Janiak. (Netflix)
I went down the river Netflix in order to define it. I returned changed, fatigued, and understood by Michael Douglas. The horror.
Despite data showing the opposite, Netflix has repeatedly denied that it leans to the left. Apparently, politics doesn’t enter into it. So, why did they give the Obamas a multi-project deal?
Jason Arment reviews the Netflix horror movie The Ritual based on Adam Nevill’s novel involving a group of friends and their nightmarish trip through the woods.
Looking for something meaty on Netflix to devour? Sample the insanity of The Kominsky Method.
Netflix’s Bodyguard wonderfully intersperses the British worlds of politeness and extreme violence in a manner that skirts the boundaries of genius.
Matt Groening has an impressive reputation to live up to. However, his follow-up to Futurama, Disenchantment now streaming on Netflix looks the goods.