New feature: Netflix Fix

 

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Hey All!

I’m starting a weekly-ish segment on this blog about only Netflix content whether it be TV or movies or the most obscure gems that need to be told to you through the grapevine.

But you may be asking, “Why should you listen to you? What makes you so important or trustworthy? Aren’t there about a million other Netflix blogs that I’d rather be reading?” Well, let me tell you.

If you have been skimming or following this blog you know that movies are my passion. I’ve seen more than 30 movies that have come out this year and I’ve written about most of them. I can be consistent in letting you, my readers, what is the best in Netflix.

But I don’t just want to tell you what’s good and that’s it. I’ll let you know why in a unbiased and practical way. I believe that art and entertainment blended together can make a perfect viewing experience. And that’s what I like and what I look for.

And what’s popular isn’t always what’s good. Some movies on Netflix are popular but I wouldn’t consider them as “good” as most of the mainstream do. If I think it’s noteworthy I’ll post about it. Sure, “Hunger Games” might be a popular movie but I don’t think that it’s as perfect as many do. And I’ll tell you that. This also bodes for movies that are deemed as “classics.” Some don’t hold up and I’ll be the first to tell you if they do or don’t and why.

There are rare gems just hiding in those genre lines you find when you load up Netflix. I go through them constantly to find that one that I have either heard about or can’t get a hold of. And Netflix movies go in and out of being available. It’s nice to have someone who is always looking through it for you and finding what is actually GOOD!

Hope you stick around. But in the meantime, check out Josh Jackson’s archive over at Paste Magazine where he has Top 30 lists of Netflix movies by genre and type.

Until next time!

 

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