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A New Season of The OA is Now Available on Netflix!

I don’t know if I’m just getting older, or if Netflix has too much content, or if it just doesn’t seem like anyone in the community is talking about it, but in case you missed it, a new season of 2016’s The OA is finally here! I absolutely adored the first season, and after 3

How It Ends — A Movie with No Ending

Netflix has come out with a lot of amazing original horror content, both in movies and series. But, Netflix creates so much original content now, that it’s actually very easy for releases to get lost in the mix. Obviously, the best content like Stranger Things and Bird Box are going to rise to the top

Netflix + Black Mirror + Video Games = Bandersnatch

Sooo, that’s what the creators of Black Mirror have been up to. Released just today on Netflix, is a new interactive Black Mirror film, called Bandersnatch. It’s a decision-based game, where you can go down different avenues, and ultimately get different endings, based on the choices you make. This of course is nothing new; this

Cam Explained

Nothing supernatural is going on in Netflix’s new horror movie Cam. No ghosts in the machine or doppelgangers it turns out. However, it’s not science fiction either, a “what if” as our technology continues to evolve. No, what’s most terrifying about what happens in Cam is that technically, everything that we see happen is already

The OA is a Masterpiece in its Vision

When I say “The OA is a Masterpiece in its Vision” as opposed to simply “The OA is a Masterpiece,” I choose those words very carefully. Even though I personally consider it to be a masterpiece, I can’t tell you, the reader, that it’s a masterpiece to you or as some objective, universal truth. However,

Netflix Delivers Again with Stranger Things

SPOILERS AHEAD There are a lot of great shows on television right now. Not just good, but great. However, there are very few shows that transcend being just great, into something more, something that is no longer just visual storytelling, but so immersive it’s like a ride, an emotional journey or experience. The list of

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Awesome and Strange: Stranger Things

Every once in a while, someone creates something that puts me into a giddy mood, something that speaks my language, and Stranger Things is definitely that next something. Have a look.

To Stream or Not to Stream? Last Shift (2015)

It would be an understatement to say the world was rocked by the Tate-LaBianca murders in 1969, which were orchestrated by Charles Manson. Decades later, we still can’t stop talking about the murders or Manson himself, and countless movies over the years have derived inspiration from the horrific acts his followers carried out. For his

To Stream or Not to Stream? Kristy (2015)

The reason fans still can’t stop talking about Eli Roth’s trailer for faux film Thanksgiving is because it filled a gap left behind by a serious lack of Thanksgiving horror films over the years. Unlike Christmas, horror movies set on Turkey Day are few and far between, and films like Blood Rage, Home Sweet Home

To Stream or Not to Stream? Creep (2015)

The found footage sub-genre has developed a pretty poor reputation over the years, which is somewhat unfair to the gimmick. Contrary to popular belief, it’s not the filmmaking style that is the problem, but rather the fact that most filmmakers are using it to tell the same generic stories. Creep, exclusively available for instant streaming