Following news that most cinemas around the world are closed as a result of COVID-19, it’s natural that film fans everywhere are feeling a little lost.
Rating: ★★★★ After the success of both Parks and Recreation and Orange is the New Black, I was intrigued by a new Netflix series created by Amy Poehler and Natasha Lyonne. Many fans know them as Leslie Knope and Nicky Nichols, and I’m sure we can all agree they’d make a very interesting duo. Immediately after seeing the promos for Russian Doll, it was clear that this was … Continue reading TV Review: My thoughts on “Russian Doll”
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”
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Year: 2018 Directed by: Martin Zandvilet Stars: Jared Leto, Tadanobu Asano, Kippei Shîna Written by Lucy Buglass The concept of ‘The Outsider’ is a very interesting one, and partially why I was so drawn to the film in the first place. The film follows a former American GI by the name of Nick Lowell who joins the Yakuza, and that… Continue reading The Outsider
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
“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
This is my first ever collaboration with another blogger, and I’m really excited to finally share it with you guys! Alongside my usual review format, there’s a little Q&A at the end where myself and JD answered a few questions about The Good Place. You can follow JD on Twitter at @EIPJD and on his blog filmdudeblog.wordpress.com. It was really fun to collaborate with him and hopefully we’ll … Continue reading “The Good Place” Review + Q&A with fellow blogger JD Grant!
There are no signs. Life doesn’t happen to you, you make decisions. And right now, I’m deciding to move forward with my life. Rating: ★★★★ I was first introduced to Crazy Ex-Girlfriend during a sleepover with a few friends. It is, undoubtedly, a great show to binge over a few cocktails and snacks due to its lighthearted nature and musical numbers. But I had no idea that … Continue reading “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend”: My surprising new Netflix obsession