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Netflix Review: Altered Carbon

Altered Carbon is another Netflix Original based on a novel by the same name. Netflix continues to impress with its casting, Joel Kinnaman recognizable...

Netflix: Brad Pitt battles his way through mediocrity of War Machine

The best war films are those that strike a balance; highlight the combatants’ humanity, not just show how well they can pull a trigger,...

Netflix: Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt breaks her mold

There’s a quiet layer of seriousness in the latest season of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. The show’s shtick is to highlight the way Kimmy Schmidt...

Netflix: Dear White People and the long wake-up call

With only ten episodes and approximately half-an-hour per episode, Dear White People has no other choice but to pack a punch in each, but...

Netflix: The un-reality show

 Terrace House: Boys and Girls Meet in The City is a two-season series streaming on Netflix that offers a premise altering twist on the...

Netflix Review: A silver lining in A Series of Unfortunate Events

Some people might look back at their childhoods and reminisce about their favourite series of books. It might be the Harry Potter series, or...

Netflix review: Paranoid

Paranoid is an eight-episode  British-German crime drama, with the last few episodes being original Netflix content. The series starts with the murder of a...

Netflix Review: 13th

If the prevalence of a TV show or movie on Facebook and casual conversation is any indication of its popularity, Netflix originals such as...

Netflix Review: Mascots

New to Netflix as of Oct. 13, Mascots is a film by legendary comedy actor and writer Christopher Guest. It stars a plethora of...