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Bingewatch recommendation: The Blacklist (on Netflix)

November 10, 2015 Leave a comment

Why?

Because James Spader, that’s why.

I know this show is on Season 3 (NBC, Thursday nights 8pm CST), but I just got through Season 1 so I’m behind for now. If I had to describe it, I’d say a cross between Silence of the Lambs, all the Jack Ryan flicks, and a little Shakespeare thrown in. Spader rules in this, that’s all that is.

Nothing in this show happens without reason.

Some instant streaming recommendations from Netflix and Amazon Prime

December 8, 2014 Leave a comment

Winter break is almost upon us. With the weather turning colder (and rainy for some reason), it may be time to sit down on the couch with a refreshing beverage in one hand and the remote control in the other for some quality show viewing. Here are some recommendations I have if you are an Amazon Prime or Netflix subscriber. Enjoy and happy viewing!

A Cat in Paris: A cat in Paris leads a double life and helps his owner avenge the death of her father. It’s whimsical, dark, funny, and cute all at the same time. Available on Amazon Prime.

The Black Kung Fu Experience: The Black Kung Fu Experience focuses on how a group of African American pioneers became respected masters in a subculture dominated by Chinese and white men. It’s a very interesting and informative documentary and I highly recommend it if you’re into martial arts like I am. Available on Amazon Prime.

Mel Brooks: Make a Noise: What can I say that hasn’t been said about the master. Watch this documentary if you love Mel Brooks like I love Mel Brooks. Interviews with his friends, colleagues, and the man himself about his life and his work. Available on Netflix Instant Streaming.

Arrested Development trailer (premiere 5/26 on Netflix, kids)

May 13, 2013 Leave a comment

All episodes will be released at the same time. Sweet.

‘Arrested Development’ sneak peek: Buster and Lucille get closer than ever — EXCLUSIVE CLIP

April 25, 2013 Leave a comment

May 26th on Netflix, kids. All new Arrested Development.
Lucille is up to her old tricks in the clip posted.

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