Jack of Some Trades: Master of None (2015)

Netflix has proven to be well rounded with the shows they produce. From House of Cards (2013) to Bojack Horseman (2014) programs that bomb are few and in between, and earlier this month the release of Master of None (2015) certainly proved to not a bomb. The show is charming and I breezed through the ten episodes in only a few days. However… despite the evident … Continue reading Jack of Some Trades: Master of None (2015)

Oldboy: The Death of Glorified Revenge and the Rise of South Korean Cinema

A new film wave has begun, its home is found in Hangnuk, and Oldboy (2003) is its poster child. The movement that I am referring to has existed for over a decade, however with the advent of Netflix America can now realize this testament to the world of film.  I referred to Oldboy (2003) as the poster child of this movement not because it received … Continue reading Oldboy: The Death of Glorified Revenge and the Rise of South Korean Cinema

Mark Duplass as a Huge Creep: Creep 2014 Review

Creep (2014) is a Blumhouse production movie, who are famous for their low-budget horror movies like Paranormal Activity (2007). Creep stars Mark Duplass as one of the main characters, Josef, who hires Aaron, Patrick Brice, to film him for a video diary he is making for his son. He hires Josef saying he has cancer and he has a child on the way so he wants to leave some … Continue reading Mark Duplass as a Huge Creep: Creep 2014 Review

A Look At The Pro-Am Life: Hot Girls Wanted Review

A fresh documentary directed by Jill Bauer and Ronna Gradus (produced by beloved Rashida Jones), and released in late May of 2015, Hot Girls Wanted put me through an entire rollercoaster of emotions. This documentary that is fairly new to Netflix follows the stories of several young girls beginning (or continuing) their journey in the pro-amateur porn industry. All of the girls featured live in … Continue reading A Look At The Pro-Am Life: Hot Girls Wanted Review

Netflix Picks – June 2015: A Most Wanted Man, Orange is the New Black and More

Paranoia, terror plots and changing of alliances are well-worn tropes of the spy thriller genre, but rarely are they so methodical and understated like in Anton Corbijn’s A Most Wanted Man (2014), coming to Netflix on June 19th. More a slow thriller than any Bond or Bourne film, A Most Wanted Man is very much of the same vein as 2011’s Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy (both adapted from … Continue reading Netflix Picks – June 2015: A Most Wanted Man, Orange is the New Black and More

Part 1: Episode Recap Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

It has been 15 years since Kimmy Schmidt has seen the outside world. She has now been freed and is dealing with the spotlight of being one of the Mole Women. Kimmy decides to stay in New York City after being on a morning show. She must learn how to live on her own and come to turns with the ever-changing world she is now … Continue reading Part 1: Episode Recap Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt