Here’s your look at the new and noteworthy originals coming to Netflix in July! We have a bunch of comedy, a couple documentaries, but unfortunately not much… Read more “Noteworthy on Netflix: July 2018 Edition”
The final shorts category at the Oscars is documentary short. To be eligible for nomination, these films had to win at one of the qualifying film festivals.
Vancouver is known for their great comedy audiences, so it makes sense that Chris D’Elia decided to film his newest Netflix special in our wonderful city during JFL NorthWest.
Trevor Noah has a great sensibility with his comedy, knowing how hard to hit without alienating audiences or making anyone uncomfortable. At JFL NorthWest, he focused on… Read more “Trevor Noah won over Vancouver at JFL NorthWest shows, becomes Netflix special ‘Son of Patricia’”
Documentary short is a difficult category to gauge since most people don’t have any chances to check them out. This year there are two Netflix nominees so you can check out The White Helmets and Extremis and we’ve got your back with descriptions of each below!
Michael Bolton is really doubling down on the Lonely Island comedy, starring in a Netflix Original special for Valentine’s day. It has all your favourite SNL cast… Read more “Random Netflix Movie Night: (Lonely Island) Michael Bolton’s Big, Sexy Valentine’s Day Special”
Drinking Buddies is about two friends, Olivia Wilde and Jake Johnson. They work at a brewery together, each have their own relationships, and have some good chemistry… Read more “Random Netflix Movie Night: Drinking Buddies”
Part 2 of season 1 is all about relationships. The brothers got over their feuds and have bonded again. It’s great getting to see Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson continue their long-lived on-screen friendship in this show, especially as Wilmer Valderrama joins the cast as an old friend for a few episodes.
I just recapped the whole second season of Scream, but MTV put out a very special 2 hour Scream Halloween Special this week which I just needed to talk about. Below is a spoiler-heavy review.
Season one ended after Piper was unmasked as the Scream killer, so who’s under the mask this time?