The company Movie Pass disrupted the film industry again this week. Movie Pass was founded in 2011 by Tech and Entertainment entrepreneur Stacy Spikes and Harnet Watt. The easiest way to explain what Movie Pass is would be, “It's Netflix for Movie Theaters”.
I first heard about Horace and Pete by listening to WTF with Marc Maron while on a roadtrip from LA to Dallas. At a glance you could assume that this show was just another sad-boy story told by Louis CK; however, what if I told you that it would be, but that there would be no rules? Louie created, directed, wrote, starred and financed it all by himself with a brilliant cast.
One of the most interesting aspects of the nature of opinions is that they’re completely subjugated to individual perspective, mine of which sits firmly on the side of The Grey being a harrowing, emotional and effective tale. Today, I’m going to present four reasons to convince you that the film was much better than you remember it being.
I will always be the first to tell you that lists are like assholes, opinions, and excuses…everyone’s got ‘em and they’re all shitty. If you’re expecting me to take you through a list of dramatic television series just to lead you Breaking Bad being #1 then I suggest you hit the little “X,” in the top right corner, or exit this browser completely. If you want to read a list where the writer gets on his or her knees to blow Breaking Bad then I suggest you read a shit article on Ranker.com.
Horror movies can induce many emotions to the audience that watches them. Some people feel scared, shocked, even disgusted. But have you ever watched a horror film that makes you feel utterly creeped out to the point of being uncomfortable? That is what I felt sitting down for the hour and half that is “The Autopsy of Jane Doe”.
Dark clouds and monochrome toned cornfields. A young man lies in the middle looking at the sky pondering what to write or ponder the correct words to say. That has been me over the past few weeks. I’ve been pondering how to introduce my written section of thought. What topics to discuss and if I should stay or stray from the subject matter covered on the podcast.
Time and time again I scroll down my newsfeed, seeing someone ask the world what they should binge watch next on Netflix. They’re usually in a relationship, or single, they always have a pulse, and they have time to spare. There’s a problem with this though. There are so many different streaming services, and there is so much content that it gets to be a little overwhelming. I know. I’ve been there. We’ve all been there. Based off of my knowledge I’m going to attempt over a series of lists to help you weed out the weaker shows and, hopefully, turn you on to a show that you might not have seen otherwise.