I recently caught The Bye Bye Man on Netflix, and the good thing is that it’s not irredeemably bad. Which still means that it’s bad, just not so bad you get angry at yourself for having watched it. It has all the elements of a really entertaining, well-done movie but the most essential element of […]
Blindspot is a fun, engaging episode of Love, Death + Robots. It’s not particularly deep but then again not every episode needs to be (I would go out of my gourd if every episode were a Zima Blue).
2016’s The OA was a pretty pleasant surprise for me. It was idiosyncratic and definitely should not have worked. And yet somehow it did. Really, really well. The sequel premieres on Netflix the 22nd of this month, and I for one can’t wait.
Welcome to the Final Destination-A-Thon! The bulk of the Final Destination movies recently turned up on Netflix, and I figure this is a good time for a once a day review of the series. The first Final Destination movie came out 19 years ago, and it doesn’t wear particularly well. The reason being is the […]
In news that’s probably no surprise to anyone, Netflix has cancelled its two remaining Marvel Television series, The Punisher and Jessica Jones. As I’ve said before, whatever the reasons Netflix is cancelling it’s Marvel shows, ratings are only a part of the story (how could they know the trajectory of Jessica Jones, which was successful […]
Remember a few months ago when I discussed that Netflix was dumping its Marvel Television properties (for reasons that were supposedly due to low ratings–and while that may be true I believe it to be a simplification)? If I recall I also paraphrased Raleigh Becket (Charlie Hunnam) from 2013’s Pacific Rim ‘In order to fight […]
That’s Zach Snyder if you’re nasty. The former architect of Warner Bros’ DCEU and director of movies like Man of Steel, Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice and (arguably) Justice League is according to The Hollywood Reporter directing the upcoming Army of the Dead for Netflix. Snyder directed 2004’s reboot of Dawn Of The Dead […]