Is Anthony Mackie the new Terminator?! Close! But no cigar.(See what I did there? Because Schwarzenegger smokes cigars…)Netflix’s latest offering Outside the Wire drops us into the middle of a summer action movie, perhaps to warm up the dead of winter and whatever the hell else we’re calling the world right now. Yeah, So, Outside […]
The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf will be the first anime to be set in the dark fantasy world of the The Witcher. Not only that, but Netflix just released the official logo for the film. And boy, is it creepy. As you can see, the logo The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf has settled […]
David Fincher presents, in a way that only he and few others could, the story of legendary screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz (AKA Mank) and his struggle to complete the screenplay for “Citizen Kane” in a mere 60 days at a retreat outside of Victorville, CA in the late 1930s.
Netflix appears to be getting ambitious. How else do you explain their plans to release half a dozen animated movies a year by 2022? Where did this come from, you might ask? Well, in a recent interview with Variety, Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos recently outlined his intentions to have Netflix release “six animated features a […]
Yes, the gang is back from the first Babysitter film. That’s not quite the spoiler that you’d think it is. As part of the first Friday in THS Fright-A-Thon, we’re going over a new horror film. The Babysitter: Killer Queen just recently came out on Netflix. The first film, The Babysitter was a pleasant surprise […]
From the man who brought you Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (Charlie Kaufman), comes the film I’m Thinking of Ending Things. The Netflix Original is based on the novel of the same name written by Ian Reid. The film tells the story of a couple who are taking a drive to meet his parents, […]
Our favorite streaming platforms have released some good, wholesome, family fun over the weekend, but I’m here to talk about the Netflix Original Movie, The Sleepover. The Sleepover tells the story of the Finch family – who seems like your average squares – Mom, Margot (Malin Ackerman) is a stay at home mom, their father […]
Work It tells the story of Quinn Ackerman, played by Sabrina Carpenter, whose biggest dream, up to this point, is getting following in her late father’s footsteps by getting into Duke University. However, during her admissions interview, Quinn tells a little white lie about being a part of her High Schools Championship Dance Team – […]