The December Movie Releases We Have So Far

With the exception of June releases, the Christmas week and day releases are by far the most anticipated. Only the movies that they know for a fact are going to make a ton of money are released on that day. Sometimes leading to studios changing their release dates when they know they won’t be able to go up against any “Goliath” films, i.e. Avatar. This year we have something for everyone. We have two movies for our action junkies, a kid’s movie, a documentary, and a movie about a father’s love. All of the movies will have a Wednesday release … Continue reading The December Movie Releases We Have So Far

“Open Your Eyes” Netflix Series – Ending Explained

Netflix recently released the Polish series “Open Your Eyes”. It’s a six episode series that follows an amnesiac girl as she tries to recover her memory at the Second Chance center. While she’s there, she starts to feel as though things are not quite right and tries to put together all of the pieces. The foreign series that Netflix releases have twist after twist and “Open Your Eyes” is no exception. If you’re here that means that you more than likely have watched the series. If you haven’t watched the series, know that what comes to follow is SPOILER CITY! … Continue reading “Open Your Eyes” Netflix Series – Ending Explained

Michael B. Jordan releases ‘A Journal For Jordan’ trailer and I’m not NOT crying

So Michael ‘Lori’s Bae’ Jordan finally released the trailer for the top secret movie he was working on. Honestly, it wasn’t that top secret. I just hadn’t been following along with it. Let me tell you that as much as I want to see this on the big screen, I already know that it’s not happening. I REFUSE to sit in a dark room filled with people CRYING MY EYES OUT. I just cannot. Not even the fact that he looks like a real life action figure can tempt me into watching and crying with 50 other people in a … Continue reading Michael B. Jordan releases ‘A Journal For Jordan’ trailer and I’m not NOT crying

Modern Love – It left me sad but not in a good way

The second season of the anthology series Modern Love has released on Amazon Prime Video today. Anyone that knows me, knows that I love a good anthology. Normally, I expect to see either all or some of the characters back for the second season but, alas, that didn’t happen this time. It didn’t really matter since I hadn’t watched the first season yet anyway. Something about love stories just doesn’t scream “HAPPINESS!” to me. Despite the lack of happiness in the series, it was accurate. Painstakingly accurate. To the point where I really had to decide if I wanted to … Continue reading Modern Love – It left me sad but not in a good way

Everything Coming To HBO Max August 2021

One of the best things to come from this pandemic is the selection of BLOCKBUSTER films being released for streaming. YEESSSSSSS!!! Fortunately, I have the whole list below for you. TITANS ARE BACK, SUCKAS! August 1: 2 Days in the Valley, 1996 (HBO) 9/11: Fifteen Years Later, 2016 A Mighty Wind, 2003 (HBO) A Walk Among the Tombstones, 2014 (HBO) The Accidental Spy, 2002 (HBO) The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl, 2005 (HBO) Americano, 2017 (HBO) Anna to the Infinite Power, 1982 (HBO) Backtrack, 2016 (HBO) Basic Instinct, 1992 (HBO) Basic Instinct 2: Risk Addiction, 2006 (HBO) (Extended Version) Best … Continue reading Everything Coming To HBO Max August 2021

Everything Coming To Hulu in August 2021

August 1 Hamilton’s Pharmacopia: Complete Season 310 to Midnight (1983)21 (2008)30 Days Of Night (2007)30 Minutes Or Less (2011)All About E (2015)Alpha & Omega (2010)Are We There Yet? (2005)As Good as It Gets (1997)Attack The Block (2011)The Baby-Sitters Club (1995)Bagdad Cafe (1988)The Beast Within (1982)Black Swan (2009)Blood Games (1991)Blood On Satan’s Claw (1970)Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992)Cherry Pop (2017)Christina’s House (2001)Contagion (2011)Every Breath You Take (2021)The Final Girls (2015)First Knight (1995)Fish Don’t Blink (2002)Fred Claus (2007)Freelancers (2012)French Postcards (1979)From Prada To Nada (2011)Garbo Talks (1984)Getting Go: The Go Doc Project (2013)The Girl King (2015)The Grudge (2004)Gulliver’s Travels (2009)Gunfight at the O.K. … Continue reading Everything Coming To Hulu in August 2021

The 4400 Is Back And (hopefully!) Better Than Ever

The 4400 is back in action baby! Now, I haven’t always had cable my entire life. We only had it for a few years here and there. My sister and I got our cable fix at our granny’s house. To be honest, I don’t even have cable now. So when The 4400 premiered from 2004-2007 on USA, I didn’t watch it. Didn’t even know it existed. It wasn’t until I started paying for Netflix back in 2011 that I learned of this great show. I’m pretty sure The 4400 was the first show that I binge watched on there. And … Continue reading The 4400 Is Back And (hopefully!) Better Than Ever

OUR FLAG MEANS DEATH – New HBO Max Comedy Series

I’ll keep this short and to the point. I didn’t know that I needed a pirate comedy series but now that I do know I’m excited. According to MAX, Our Flag Means Death is loosely based on the life of Stede Bonnet aka The Gentlemen Pirate. A wealthy Englishmen born to wealthy parents that lived on the island of Barbados. Apparently, he got tired of being wealthy and decided to be a pirate. Yes, someone with money decided to sail the seven seas and risk his life. Couldn’t be me! The series is executive produced by Taika Waititi. Not only … Continue reading OUR FLAG MEANS DEATH – New HBO Max Comedy Series

The Demise of Sci-Fi Shows

No genre has a higher turnover on network television than science fiction. The fortunate make it to a second season but most get canceled while the first season is still airing. Colony, Emergence, Dark Matter, Firefly, Krypton, Incorporated, Helix, Almost Human, V, the list goes on and on. We get, maybe, two science fiction shows in the fall and by December they’re cancelled. Maybe that’s an exaggeration but you know what I mean. Sometimes they get canceled because of the cost but most of the time it’s blamed on the low views (blame it on the people with the Nielsen … Continue reading The Demise of Sci-Fi Shows