What’s Streaming on Netflix – August 2019

I feel like I don’t get a chance to blink before I find myself here in a new month with new Netflix offerings. It’s been a busy few weeks for Netflix as a lot of their originals have been dropping the last few Fridays, with a few more set to drop in the coming weeks. […]

What’s Streaming On Netflix: July 2019 [recommendations included]

Here we go, Month 7. Hopefully, you are out there making the most of the summer but on the days when you can’t stand the heat, remember Netflix will always be there for you. Here are this month’s offerings and as always, recommendations are in bold. July 1 Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore – recommend […]

My Thoughts On The Movie – #JoyNetflix

Joy is a movie that is about Nigerian women who are trafficked to Austria to become prostitutes to earn money for their families back home. The thing is, they are each assigned a Madame and the cost of bringing them over, clothing and feeding them is considered a debt that they have to pay back […]

What’s Streaming on Netflix – June 2019

Recommendations included as usual in bold. Halfway through the year, if you plan on having some chilled screen time, here is the stuff streaming on Netflix this month. Not a lot of exciting stuff this year but enough to go through. Whatever you do, make sure you see Into the Spiderverse. Happy viewing! June 1 […]

What’s Streaming on Netflix – May 2019

Weather really should be warmer than it is at the moment, but it isn’t. Netflix doesn’t play with us like the weather does. A new month comes with a new bunch of offerings by Netflix. Here is what is streaming this month and as usual, recommendations are in bold: May 1 Angels & DemonsAustin Powers: […]

My Thoughts On “Little”

Little is about 38 year old, wealthy Jordan Sanders who is a terrible human being. She was humiliated as a young kid and swore to never be put in that position again. She treats everyone around her horribly and has no regard for anyone besides herself. She is particularly mean to her assistant, April and […]

What’s Streaming on Netflix – April 2019

What’s streaming on Netflix in April, seems like a light month compared to the previous months. I feel like March had a whole bunch of newbies dropping every week. Here are this month’s offerings with recommendations in bold. April 1 Across The Line All the President’s Men The Bone Collector – recommend Bonnie and Clyde […]

What’s Streaming on Amazon Prime – April 2019

TV April 1 Murder, She Wrote, Seasons 1-5 April 5 The Tick (Prime Original Series), Season 2 April 12 Bug Diaries (Prime Original Series), Season 1 Diablo Guardian (Prime Original Series), Season 2 April 19 Bosch (Prime Original Series), Season 5 – recommend April 27 Humans, Season 3 – recommend April 30 Vikings, Season 5 – recommend   […]

My Thoughts on Jordan Peele’s “Us”

Ever since the trailer dropped last year, with a remixed version of “I got 5 on it” as its soundtrack, the anticipation for this one was high. It also served as another chance to see what Lupita’s acting chops were made of and what life beyond “Black Panther” would be for Winston Duke. Add the […]

Parents, WYD?

I watched all three documentaries shown above. Each of these left me speechless. My jaws open and a chill down my spine because it really spooked me. In all 3 documentaries, I asked the same thing “What were the parents thinking?” Sexual assault is no joke. Sexual assault on children is a whole new level […]

What’s Streaming On Netflix – March 2019

Q1 2019 is about to close out. Meaning the (hopefully) last of the snow days that give time to Netflix and drink. Seems to be a good month with lots of foreign Netflix originals, old movies and returning old faithful shows. Here are the offerings for the month with the recommendations in bold as usual. […]

Who Would I Give The Oscar To? – My 2019 Picks

Last year, was the first time I went H.A.M and did predictions for all categories. Probably because my coworker had asked me to be part of the pool. I was very ready last year and by now, had even seen all the short films. This year, I have not seen as many movies as I […]