Category: Movies and TV

15 Movies You Didn’t Know Had Post-Credit Scenes

Something that has been growing in popularity in the last decade is post-credit scenes. Most people hear this term and immediately think of almost any Marvel movie ever made. This is understandable since Marvel definitely helped to launch this movie making trend into mainstream popularity. However, the occurrence of the post-credit scene started way before

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I Am Impressed With I Am Mother

As longtime readers of this site will know, I am a massive fan of anything to do with horror. Which is why I absolutely had to sit down and watch the new Netflix thriller titled I Am Mother as soon as it came out. So approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes later, here we are…

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Black Mirror Season 5 Breakdown [Minor Spoilers]

Everyone’s favourite futuristic technology anthology series is back with a brand new, albeit short, season. With only three hour long episodes, it only makes sense that we cover the entire thing in one big article. In case the giant headline wasn’t enough warning for you, I’ll reiterate that this review will contain minor spoilers. No

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Amy Schumer’s Growing Is Not Growing On Me

It’s everyone’s favourite comedian to hate and this time she’s pregnant! Amy Schumer’s new comedy special has recently dropped on Netflix and is entitled Growing (a not at all subtle reference to her pregnancy). It’s basically everything that you expect to receive from an Amy Schumer special. But regardless, let’s go ahead and break it

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I Do Not Love Us

So the master of comedy, turned master of thrillers, Jordan Peele is back for another round of horror fun. His previous directorial debut in Get Out left audiences astounded by the perfect blend of horrifying mind games and comedic one-liners. This time, Peele has delivered us a brand new horror experience entitled Us. I’m sure

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Russian Doll Rushes A Good Story

One of the newest Netflix shows to come our way is a dark comedy which was co-created by Amy Poehler and stars Natasha Lyonne (American Pie, Orange Is The New Black) and Charlie Barnett (Chicago Fire). The show is called Russian Doll and is essentially a story involving two characters who repeatedly die and have

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Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias Truly Is The King Of Mexicans

Another Netflix comedy original special has graced our presence and this time it comes to us from someone who hasn’t been on a standup special in 6 years now. Our favourite fat (my apologies, I mean fluffy) comedian, Gabriel Iglesias comes on stage to tell a new round of jokes (and some old ones, but

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IO Doesn’t Earn My XO’s

Well, I took a couple weeks off and in that time many new things have been released on Netflix, including the Netflix Original futuristic drama-thriller entitled IO. The movie is quite unusual in the fact that for the entire film only five actors/actresses are ever shown in the entire thing, and three of those five

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Sex Education Is A Straight-A Student

Good news for anyone who enjoyed the 80’s shenanigans of Freaks and Geeks and the more recent 90’s shenanigans of Everything Sucks! This newest Netflix original titled Sex Education is essentially the same style of show except they’ve now moved on to the 2010’s. With 8 episodes in total, each running just under an hour,

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2019 Oscar Contenders For Best Picture

Well as we approach awards season, there is one that everyone always seems to be talking about. I know that for the entire months of January of February I can’t go anywhere without hearing someone talk about their dumb New Year’s resolutions which they of course failed in the third week of January, and how

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