Whether you’re isolated alone, needing something to watch with your family, or wanting to host a Netflix watch party, here’s a list of 15 streaming shows and movies you should watch to get you through this trying time in all our lives.
“A Taxi Driver” does a nice job of balancing truth and near-truth to deliver a gripping story of a government’s suppression of its own citizens and their inspiring fight against injustice.
I know long time fans of Twilight Zones might find more to quibble about than I, a relative newcomer to this world, but overall I really enjoyed this reboot of the Twilight Zone.
Life is tough for a highschool kid who is just trying to fit in. Especially when that high school kid is a tall gray wolf who, after an already myserious murder of an alpaca student, nearly kills a white bunny student himself only to stop at the last minute. She runs away wounded but safe, while he’s left confused with both feelings of predatory urges and—love?
Kingdom has it all: the fast zombies of 28 Days Later, the political scheming of A Game of Thrones, and the humanity driven drama of The Walking Dead.