Every once in a while, Netflix loses a bunch of blockbuster movies all at once, and that is, unfortunately, the case for the month of March. The biggest blow has to be the loss of Black Panther, which is finally joining the vast majority of the other Marvel Cinematic Universe movies on Disney+ next month. Slowly but surely, Disney is completing its full collection of Marvel movies (but it’s going to be a bit before Infinity War joins the party).
Two other major losses are that of The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers and The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King. As most of you know, these are two of the best fantasy epics in movie history, and seeing the entire [...]
Season 3 of Westworld, murder-for-hire and more highly a busy start to spring.
Look, the start of spring may bring to mind new life and flowers and bright colors and what not. But someone forgot to tell your favorite streaming services about that.
Netflix just released its list of March 2020 movie releases and series releases, reminding us yet again why it is far and away the best streaming service month can buy. Next month alone, Netflix will release a staggering 55 different original movies, shows, and specials over the course of March. What’s more, that doesn’t even cover all of the content being added to Netflix’s catalog from other studios. There are 33 new titles being added to Netflix just on March 1st, and then another 13 movies and full seasons of shows spread out over the course of the month.
It goes without saying that if you have Netflix, you always have something to watch. In fact, [...]
I have to admit, I really didn’t expect to enjoy Netflix’s new show Locke & Key as much as I did. The trailers made it look very… how can I put this nicely?… CWish. There’s nothing wrong with The CW if you’re into that sort of thing. But even if you do watch a few CW shows, you have to admit that the production value, special effects, writing, and acting definitely aren’t on par with what other networks are doing. I decided to give Locke & Key a shot anyway though, and I’m so glad I did. It’s immensely entertaining, and the only thing it has in common with CW shows is the fact that it’s planted squarely in the YA [...]