If you needed any more proof Netflix is just putting out the trash even Hollywood doesn’t want in theaters, Extinction is a great (awful?) example.
The only paradox is how this movie ever got made.
Devilman Crybaby defies expectations and will leave you weeping.
Has BoJack Horseman reached its peak in its third season or is Netflix beating a dead horse?
We’ve got some opposing thoughts on the Netflix 80’s horror homage series, Stranger Things.
I’ve never quite been a marathon runner as far as media consumption is concerned. As much as I enjoy gaming, play sessions rarely last any longer than two hours before a headache comes over me. Hand me a graphic novel and I’ll spend an hour analyzing every panel of what should have been a 20 minute read. That is to say, I prefer to take my time with my media. That’s why I was so caught off guard when I reached the season finale of the new Netflix comedy Love on the same day I began watching.
Bojack Horseman is back with a second season filled with laughter, sadness, and just enough insanity to remind me why I love this show.