Bookmarks: The Netflix Show

Who doesn’t like to watch shows from their phone, tablets, or computers? I’m sure we all know about Netflix, but if you don’t, they are a movie and TV streaming service that coast about $10/month. Today, we are going to be talking about one of their shows, Bookmarks. What Is Bookmarks? Bookmarks is a show…

Netflix’s Latest Horror “Cadaver” is a Disappointing Mess

Halloween is drawing near, so of course I want to watch a bunch of horror movies. I love horror, and so I was immediately invested when I first heard about Netflix’s Cadaver. The film is a Norwegian horror set in a post-apocalyptic setting where food is scarce, and people are struggling to survive. A strange…

I Think You Should Leave (2019) – Its Funny, End of Review

I Think You Should Leave (2019) – is a Netflix sketch show by former Saturday Night Live writer and performer Tim Robinson. The worst thing you can do to a joke is explain it. So, I’m not going to try and explain to you why this show is funny. That would ruin the show. But,…

Hubie Halloween Review: What Happened To Adam Sandler?

Every celebrity starts somewhere, be it California, Montana, even small town Iowa. Being from New Hampshire, there are only a few celebrity heroes that come to mind: Seth Meyers, originally from Bedford NH, Our Last Night, a metalcore band originally hailing from Hollis, NH, and the man, the myth, the legend, Adam Sandler from Manchester,…

Netflix’s “Selena: The Series” is given an official release date

Ten months after the announcement of the series in its first trailer, “Selena: The Series” has been given the official release date of December 4, 2020. The series will follow Tejano singer Selena Quintanilla-Perez from her childhood to her rise in fame. The story of Selena was most famously told in the 1997 film “Selena,”…

Films to Look Forward to in October

Yet another month is coming up meaning there is new films to watch whether it be in theaters or on streaming services. Though many of the bigger releases scheduled are no longer set to play, that doesn’t mean there will be a void of anything to watch during this month. Spontaneous – In Select Theaters…

Cobra Kai – A Series for All Generations

“The Karate Kid” franchise has always been one that I enjoyed from a young age. From the original three to the Hilary Swank sequel to the Jaden Smith reboot, I have seem them all. However, whenever “Cobra Kai” was first announced and released on YouTube Red, I didn’t end up checking it out. Whether it…

Films to Look Out for in September

September is here and theaters are slowly but surely beginning to open again. With this, it means that the big screen will the place to see some of the biggest films once again. However, streaming and video on demand will still be bringing some hits too. Either way, here are some things that are worth…

On This Day in History, August 29

In 1756, Frederick the Great, King of Prussia, invaded Saxony as a preemptive strike against the growing alliance led by his nation’s foes, France and Austria. This invasion would spark the Seven Years’ War in Europe, a war that was also fought in other parts of the globe. Prussia was allied with Britain, and together…

New Netflix Film, “Enola Holmes”, to Premiere this September

We say, “excellent!” and Netflix says, “elementary.” For all of you Sherlock Holmes fans, life just became a little bit more interesting.  Come this September, Netflix is introducing a new spin-off of the beloved classic, titled, Enola Holmes. Based on the book series, by Nancy Springer, Enola Holmes follows the story of young Enola, (Millie Bobby Brown)…

BEASTARS: Why You Don’t Have To Be A Furry To Enjoy The Show.

Many people seem to believe that you have to be a furry to enjoy the show/manga Beastars. Today we’ll be looking into why that isn’t true.  The story and worldbuilding: even if the animal aspect were removed, the murder mystery is intriquing. The worldbuilding is smooth and interesting to the viewer and it keeps them…

Rubik’s Cubes and Ableism

A review of The Speed Cubers By: Nicole Klein The Speed Cubers is an unusual documentary. It (at least somewhat) sheds light on the eccentric sport of speed cubing, the sport of solving Rubik’s Cubes at lightning fast speeds. The promise of spectating this unusual activity is in and of itself enough of a draw…

Project Power (2020) – Filling the Superhero Movie Drought

I love superhero movies. I love Marvel, DC, or any other kind of superhero movie I can get my hands on. But, because of the COVID-19, there has been a superhero movie drought. We were supposed to have seen both Black Widow and Wonder Woman 1984 by now, but, rightfully, they were pushed back. I’m…

Netflix brings together four original sitcoms in a crossover event

Calling back to the sitcoms of the 90s, “Game On!: A Comedy Crossover” will bring together four of Netflix’s original sitcoms for a special event. In this series, the worlds of “Mr. Iglesias,” “Family Reunion,” “Ashley Garcia: Genius in Love” and “The Big Show Show” will collide with one another. Though the trailer for the…

Netflix or Hulu-Who Wins August?

It’s here! Another new month! That means another new round of unlimited new shows and movies coming to all of my streaming services. It’s just the adult version of Christmas right? When we open the app for the first time of the new month. What will the new background be? What will be my new…

“Jurassic World” animated children’s series set to come to Netflix

With the 2015 release of “Jurassic World,” the “Jurassic Park” franchise has risen to the spotlight once again. The film’s sequel “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” was even the third highest grossing film of 2018. However, in the new Netflix series “Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous,” the franchise will take on a more kid friendly approach. Taking…

What New Films Are Coming Out in August 2020

The reopening of theaters have once again been pushed back with the expectation that they will open again in mid to late August. Though this means we may not get the chance to see new films in theaters still, that doesn’t mean there isn’t anything to be excited by in terms of August releases. Here…