The Irishman, or I Heard You Paint Houses as its billed on screen, had its world premiere at the 57th New York Film Festival on September 27. That was then followed by a limited theatrical release on November 1 which was followed by a digital release on Netflix earlier today, November 27. This review will contain minor spoilers so be sure to watch on Netflix before … Continue reading Review of “The Irishman”
Writer Robert Towne and director David Fincher are rumored to form part of the production for the upcoming Netflix’s Chinatown prequel series. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Towne and Fincher will write and produce the pilot for the prequel of the 1974 classic. While there’s no word of who’ll be in the director’s seat yet, they’ll both assume the roles of Executive Producers for the whole … Continue reading Robert Towne and David Fincher to Executive Produce ‘Chinatown’ Prequel Series
Almost a full month before its premiere, Netflix has officially renewed The Witcher for a second season! According to Variety, the streaming service is confident enough with the series that they already booked it for an early 2020 production start in London. At the same time, the webpage confirmed that Lawrence Schmidt Hissrich will return as executive producer, “along with Tomek Baginski, Jason F. Brown, … Continue reading ‘The Witcher’ Netflix Series Renewed For a Second Season
After leaving us with a huge cliffhanger two years ago The End of the F***ing World is back with a new season and it doesn’t disappoint. Season 1 left viewers wondering if James (Alex Lawther) had survived being chased and shot by the police, the result of some seriously messed up events that led him and Alyssa (Jessica Barden) to that moment. We don’t get … Continue reading The End of the F***ing World Season 2 Review
As of right now, it is safe to assume that Netflix has a firm grip on the top spot for most used video streaming service. That might change though as of recent news when Netflix decided to raise the prices of their streaming services from 8 dollars to 9 dollars for the basic plan and their standard package from 11 dollars to 14 dollars. Along … Continue reading Hulu vs Netflix! Which one is right for you?
After almost 2 years, Dark season 2 kicks off a year later after last season’s cliffhanger. Jonas is in the future and has no way back home. He appears to have adapted to this post-apocalyptic world but keeps looking for a way to travel back to 2020, hoping to stop the looming apocalypse that will destroy Winden and kill most of its population. Back in … Continue reading Dark Season 2 Review (Spoiler-Free)
Geralt of Rivia, the famed Witcher of the titular The Witcher series is all set to make an appearance on our TV screens after already taking over our PCs and consoles. The show will be helmed by none other than Henry Cavill of the recent Superman fame. The show is based on the The Witcher game series, which in turn is based on the books … Continue reading Netflix’s ‘The Witcher’ Gets An Update