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Interrobang articles on the topic of Netflix


Do we still need TV in an age of streaming
The age of cable/satellite TV seems to be no more due to the popularity of streaming websites such as YouTube and Netflix. Read more

Netflix fix of the week: <em>Our Planet</em>
Netflix's first foray into nature programming has been nothing short of a super-hit! Read more

Netflix fix of the week: Amy Schumer's <em>Growing</em>
If you do not know this already, Amy Schumer is pregnant. With this new Netflix comedy special she takes on a new comedic voice. Read more

Netflix fix of the week: Russian Doll
A fun and mysterious TV series, Netflix's Russian Doll, is a sight for sore eyes especially if you’re looking for something that challenges the current mainstream shows. Read more

<em>Twinsanity</em>: Double the awful
Twinsanity, also known as Downward Twin, is the latest psychological thriller released on Netflix this month. Read more

Netflix Fix of the Week: Formula 1: Drive to Survive
Wish to know what it's like to live your life at 300 kilometres per hour? Then, this Netflix special is just for you. Read more

<em>May the Devil Take You</em>: A tepid love letter to <em>The Evil Dead</em>
Though skilled in the art of gore-tastic filmmaking, Indonesian director Timo Tjahhanto appears to have fallen for this trap with his disappointing follow up, May the Devil Take YouRead more

<em>Velvet Buzzsaw</em>: One of Netflix's best
Netflix's latest original, Velvet Buzzsaw, is masterfully created, visually stunning and has a fresh plot with just the right amount of twists and turns. Read more

Netflix fix of the week: Harry Potter
It is true. It is really true. Harry Potter is now on Netflix Canada and Potterheads all over are rejoicing. Read more

Only Mine: A tame thriller and tragic story
Only Mine, released on Jan. 15, is one of the latest thrillers to appear on Netflix. Read more

Apostle: Exhaustingly gruesome
One of Netflix's latest original horror movies, Apostle, is a drawn out yet bizarrely intriguing period piece laced with gut wrenching brutalities. Read more

14 Cameras: Surely to Get Under Your Skin
While most people are starting to transition their movie selections over to something more cheerful and in the holiday spirit, there are some new horrors that are being released under the radar. Read more

Don't Watch This: Unless you've got time to kill
One of the latest horror miniseries, Don't Watch This, has quietly made its way onto Netflix this past week without creating much hype. Read more

Seven in Heaven truly horror-ible
With too many holes in the plot, flatline characters and overall not enough explanation of certain aspects of the film are about, Seven in Heaven is not the best horror film to check out. Read more

The Lodgers: Beautiful and deeply disturbing
Originally featured at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), The Lodgers, directed by Brian O'Malley, has finally been released onto Netflix for all of Canada to experience. Read more

The pros and cons of 13 Reasons Why
The show 13 Reasons Why is one of the most controversial shows on Netflix right now. Read more

Terrifier: The bar has risen for clown horrors
Looking for something over the top? Suspenseful? Gory enough to make you cringe throughout basically the entire film? If your answer is yes to all of those, then Terrifier is the movie for you. Read more

Four Animes worth a watch on Netflix
A look at four anime series (Aldnoah.Zero, Madoka Magica, Gurren Lagann and Fate) that you can watch on Netflix. Read more

Veronica: Scary, but over-hyped
One of the most talked about movies this month has been Veronica. All over social media were posts about how it was the scariest movie of all time and that people couldn't even get half way through the film before turning it off. Read more

The Ritual: A fresh take on horror
The Ritual, a Netflix exclusive that was released on Feb. 9, has been the refresh the horror genre was in definite need of. With such great attention to detail, truly frightening scenes and an unforgettable monster, The Ritual is a must see. Read more

The Open House: Beware of the critics
One of Netflix's latest releases, The Open House, has caused quite a commotion and an onslaught of negative reviews. People were claiming it was the worst movie they have ever seen and that the ending was nonsensical. Read more

Gerald's Game: Another Stephen King Success
We have been so lucky this year to see a string of Stephen King film adaptions like The Dark Tower and It, which have all been masterfully done in their own unique way. The latest Netflix exclusive adaptation, Gerald's Game, has continued this trend of well done films inspired by the brilliant Stephen King's novels Read more

Netflix Fix: The best murder mystery series you've never seen
Set in the small town of Broadchuch, the BBC series Broadchurch attempts to solve the murder of local 11-year-old boy Danny Latimer. Read more

Netflix Fix: Dive into dystopian darkness with Black Mirror
When Black Mirror aired its first season in 2011, it didn't make that big of a splash. This highly underrated British show steadily made progress and appeared to explode once it was picked up by Netflix along with the release of its third season. Read more

Ready for revolution? Watch Netflix's 3%
I've always found fall to be the perfect time for getting all dystopian. It's a guilty pleasure of mine, ever since I sat down with The Hunger Games so many years ago. Maybe it's the crisp brown and red leaves, maybe it's the transition from the freedom of summer to the rigorous schedule of schooling. Read more

I Don't Feel at Home in this World Anymore reminds us that we always have a choice
Ruth Kimke (Melanie Lynskey), the main protagonist of the recently released Netflix crime-comedy film I Don't Feel at Home in this World Anymore directed by Macon Blair, is an easy target for bullying. Read more

Reyno Rants: Are you dating Netflix?
With more than 93 million Netflix subscriptions worldwide, the streaming service has over three times more subscribers than Trump has Twitter followers. Read more

An unfortunate series
Netflix recently debuted its painstakingly accurate adaptation of A Series of Unfortunate Events, produced and co-written by Daniel Handler. Read more

The cinephile's gift guide
Signs of a cinephile in your life most likely include frequent quoting of Citizen Kane, an encyclopedic knowledge of German Expressionism and several impressively maintained film blogs exploring the subtle nods Lynch makes to Wilder in Mulholland Drive. Read more

Five nights of Netflix
Interrobang has compiled a list of modern horror movies and thrillers that will make this Halloween the scariest (or creepiest) one yet. Read more


Netflix Canada: Top five movies you'll enjoy watching this fall
Are you the one stranded amongst all new blockbusters and don't know which one will captivate you and by that we mean distract you from schoolwork? Here are the top five non-mainstream movies on Netflix that are worth binge-watching. Read more

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