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  • John Wick 3 On Netflix This Month- The Perfect Christmas Gift We All Need

    John Wick 3 On Netflix This Month- The Perfect Christmas Gift We All Need

    Isn't John Wick 3 on Netflix the Christmas present we've all been waiting for? The third John Wick film entirely escaped my notice when it was released in theaters, which seems to be a common occurrence for me.

  • True Crime Horror Story The Act Has Finally Been Given An Official UK Release Date

    True Crime Horror Story The Act Has Finally Been Given An Official UK Release Date

    The Act, based on the awful true crime narrative of Gypsy-Rose and DeeDee Blanchard in the United States, has finally been assigned a UK release date.

  • Netflix Have A New Documentary Called ‘Pick Of The Litter’ About The Training Of Guide Dogs

    Netflix Have A New Documentary Called ‘Pick Of The Litter’ About The Training Of Guide Dogs

    A new documentary about dogs has been launched on Netflix! Or, as the movie's poster puts it, a dog-umentary. Puppies who have been trained to become assistance dogs, not just any canines.

  • Mindhunter Season 3 - What To Expect, What We Need Answering, Is Brian Going To Be A Killer And Will Ted Bundy Be In It?

    Mindhunter Season 3 - What To Expect, What We Need Answering, Is Brian Going To Be A Killer And Will Ted Bundy Be In It?

    Mindhunter is one of those shows that never fails to deliver. True-crime shows have never been a favorite of mine. You've already heard enough on the news. That changed with the arrival of Mindhunter. The film's photography is dreary, but it manages to draw you in. The plot is set on a constant upswing and downswing. Although there is very little on-screen violence, the program snuck up on me like nothing else, with a fantastic soundtrack to keep you on your toes.

  • Shrek Came Out 20 Years Ago This Year - Feel Old Yet?

    Shrek Came Out 20 Years Ago This Year - Feel Old Yet?

    You've most likely grown older in the recent year, but be ready to feel even older. Shrek has turned 20 years old. Yes, you read that correctly. In June of 2001, the beloved Ogre first appeared on our screens. 2001 was, believe it or not, 20 years ago. Wow.

  • This Sinister 'Grinch' Theory Is Enough To Ruin Your Christmas

    This Sinister 'Grinch' Theory Is Enough To Ruin Your Christmas

    It's December, which means it's officially time to start thinking about Christmas. The story of how the green creature tries to spoil Christmas for the residents of Whoville is well-known, but one hypothesis argues that the film may contain a darker undercurrent.

  • Man Creates Guide On How To Watch The Irishman As A Miniseries If You Find It Too Long

    Man Creates Guide On How To Watch The Irishman As A Miniseries If You Find It Too Long

    It's already being picked for Oscar triumph in 2020, thanks to a superb cast that includes old Scorsese favorites like Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci, Al Pacino, and Harvey Keitel. However, if there is one slight complaint among Netflix viewers – and it is a minor one - it is the film's relatively long run time.

  • James McAvoy Plays A Character With 24 Different Personalities in 'Glass'

    James McAvoy Plays A Character With 24 Different Personalities in 'Glass'

    On Blu-ray and M, "Glass" is now available. Night Shyamalan's latest picture reunites Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson's characters from his 2000 film "Unbreakable," as well as introducing both of them to Kevin Wendell Crumb, played by James McAvoy, from "Split."