Category Archives: TV/Streaming Reviews

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs: And Several Other Boring Stories

This “movie” isn’t really a straight forward telling of a normal story. Instead we are greeted with several miniature stories. Some of them are great, however most are long and drawn out. It felt a bit incomplete and pretentious. The 2018 Netflix Original Movie, written and directed by Ethan and Joel Coen (the extremely talent minds behind No Country for

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The Christmas Chronicles: Will Up the Holiday Spirit by 95%

I enjoy Christmas movies for the most part. They usually are a little campy, include something a sad, and in the end remind you that the holiday is about cherishing your loved ones. This movie was a good addition to the genre. The 2018 Netflix Original movie, directed by Clay Kaytis, makes you laugh and smile, while also making you

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1922: Murder Is Hard Work

This movie satisfies the self loathing part of our minds. I went into the film expecting some psychological thriller and instead got a depressing story about the tough life of people living in The United States in the 1920’s. The 2017 Netflix movie, based on the Stephen King novel, was directed by Zak Hilditch. Like most Stephen King inspired films

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