Best Of Netflix
Best Of Netflix: Ill-Advised Affairs

Here are some cinematic arguments for taking cold shower and keeping it in your pants, available for immediate moral lecturing on Netflix.

Best Of Netflix: Wrongful Imprisonments

Not everyone in the Big House belongs there. Here are a few examples of cinematic miscarriages of justice available for immediate conviction on Netflix, some of which are based on true stories (Tango & Cash is not one of them I think, but you never know).

Best Of Netflix: Neighbors From Hell

Here are a few cinematic arguments for living in complete isolation out in the woods somewhere, far away from civilization and demented incestuous siblings who keep cannibal children hidden away in the basement. Put the house up for sale and settle in.

Best of Netflix: Dysfunctional Thanksgivings

Thanksgiving is, in theory if not in practice, a time when families come together and celebrate the ties that bind. For some, however, those ties serve to keep one “captive, bound and double-chained,” to quote ol’ Jacob Marley (is it too early for Christmas?). Here are a few cinematic Thanksgiving celebrations that are more combative than “traditional.”

Best Of Netflix: Super Computers

As AC/DC once asked in the immortal classic, Maximum Overdrive, “Who Made Who?” In honor of our fallen friend, Steve Jobs, here are a few films available on Netflix that feature technology that got a little too smart for its circuits.