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Dirty John

It’s probably a good thing that Eric Bana’s real accent (Australian) is a far cry from John Meehan’s, the character that he plays in Netflix’s Dirty John. Because otherwise, you might think he did just too good a job and mistake him for a creep too. Bana himself admitted that after a...

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What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim?

I love Korean Dramas. You need to know that before taking my advice on which ones to watch. If you’re completely new to the world of Korean dramas – then my reviews may be misleading. I’m comparing them to other K-dramas, rather then other TV series in general. If you’ve recently dip...

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What in the World is “Carmen Sandiego”?

Netflix’s recent release of Carmen Sandiego may trigger excitement in all those 80s babies who grew up with Brøderbund’s original release of the game. If you missed it, you also missed out on the 8-bit version of our red-headed villain and being called “gumshoe” by foreign strangers....

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The Final Table – The Next Level in Culinary Competition

Shows like Masterchef and Hell’s Kitchen are all fun to watch, but The Final Table is next level. I’m not the biggest fan of cooking competition shows, but I am certainly passionate about food. And seeing amazing chefs put their heart and soul onto a plate is one of the most beautiful things you...

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Puella Magi Madoka Magika

Have you ever had someone bake you a cake? Perhaps for your birthday, it’s beautifully decorated, looks delicious and smells lovely. Then suddenly a hand burst out of your delicious baked treat, pulls out your intestines, tosses them against the wall and says, “Look, art!” What’s that I hear you...

Why BoJack Horseman is the best show on Netflix

Trying to explain BoJack Horseman to people who know very little about it is almost impossible to do without making it sound stupid. It is a very difficult show to explain to people without underselling it’s brilliance. To the Netflix viewer who is simply scrolling through titles deciding what to watch it m...

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The Robot Chicken Walking Dead Special

Robot Chicken has had a cult following since it started in 2001 (holy crap 2001?!) and I remember when I first got hold of it on DVD shortly after the turn of the millennium as some friends and I sat around laughing at brilliant stop motion animation bringing toys to life in hilarious sketches. The brainchi...

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Rick and Morty – Season 3

By now, there are only people who watch Rick and Morty and people who have been told to watch Rick and Morty. To anyone who thought this TV show was just some niche comedy indie-cartoon, season three was a powerful rebuttal with the insane yet strangely irresistible character transformation known as ‘Pickle...

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The Dragon Prince

Avatar: The Last Airbender has long been regarded as the pinnacle of animated story telling. More than 10 years have passed, when out-of-the-blue Netflix announces it would be airing a new original series from Avatar’s head writer Aaron Ehasz and Uncharted’s Justin Richmond, in conjunction with Wonderstorm ...

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Ben and Ashton review The Real Housewives of Orange County and Atlanta

It’s 2006. The world is reeling from the news that Pluto is no longer a planet; teens everywhere are finally ‘Breaking Free’ from social expectations thanks to Troy and Gabriella’s burgeoning romance; and a media franchise is about to launch that will become a sprawling epic, lasting over 12 years and spawn...

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Tanaka-kun is Always Listless (and soon you will be too)

The best shows are the ones that inspire you. Great anime inspire you to join a volleyball team, start ice skating, or get into competitive card games. Tanaka-kun is Always Listless inspires you to pursue your laziness with a passion. Meet Tanaka. He’s a normal boy with normal friends, going to a norm...

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Steven Universe (Seasons 1-4)

No matter how old you are, you’re never too old to watch Steven Universe. If anything, shows like this, Adventure Time, Regular Show, Gravity Falls and Rick & Morty are reasons watching cartoons at 20 something (or more) is more than just a guilty pleasure, and resorting to the “watching it with the kid...

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