Netflix’s first interactive film: my thoughts on “Black Mirror: Bandersnatch”

Rating: ★★★★ 1/2 It comes as no surprise that Black Mirror was Netflix’s guinea pig for their first ever interactive film.  Charlie Brooker’s anthology series about the dark side of technology has captivated fans ever since it first aired on Channel 4 in the UK. With Netflix being a leading entertainment service, the time had come for them to try something brand new. The film dropped over … Continue reading Netflix’s first interactive film: my thoughts on “Black Mirror: Bandersnatch”

“Aggretsuko”: A Netflix show about a death metal loving red panda

Rating: ★★★★ If that title hasn’t immediately grabbed your attention, I don’t know what will. As soon as I saw promos from the series on social media I knew I had to watch it. It’s a concept so unique and so quirky that it’s hard to ignore. Each episode clocks in at about 15 mins each so it’s a very easy show to binge watch. (which … Continue reading “Aggretsuko”: A Netflix show about a death metal loving red panda

An American Atheist in Texas: “The Most Hated Woman In America” Review

“Three words on my tombstone. “Woman.” I’ve loved being a woman. “Grandmother.” I’ve loved being a grandmother. And “mother.” I have loved being a mother. That’s what I’d like to be remembered for most. That’s what I’d like it to say on my tombstone, but… being who I am, I’m not expecting I’ll be having a goddamn tombstone.” Rating: ★★★ 1/2 Before watching The Most Hated … Continue reading An American Atheist in Texas: “The Most Hated Woman In America” Review

“The Sinner”: My thoughts on Netflix’s popular whydunit

Rating: ★★★★ Over the Christmas break, my boyfriend Josh and I settled down in front of Netflix with copious amounts of festive treats. Our watchlist is about a mile long but we eventually decided on The Sinner, an intriguing mini-series with the following tagline: Everyone knows she did it. No one knows why. The crime genre isn’t exactly lacking in content these days, but straight away this … Continue reading “The Sinner”: My thoughts on Netflix’s popular whydunit