Spectral trailer

Eager to see a sci-fi war movie this month but too lazy to leave your house for Rogue One? Netflix has got you covered. Last month the streaming service scooped up Legendary’s SpectralNic Mathieu‘s directorial debut centers around a Special Ops team going on a deadly mission to stop a wave of otherworldly forces.

James Badge DaleEmily MortimerBruce GreenwoodClayne Crawford, Jimmy Akingbola, and Max Martini play a few of the humans that get mixed up in this crazy mess, which has been described as a sort of supernatural Black Hawk Down. Check out the first Spectral trailer below.  Read More »

HBO and Cinemax on Amazon Prime

There are all sorts of good news for cord cutters this week. First, Netflix made their entire library available to download for offline playback, and now Amazon Prime subscribers will now be able to access programming from HBO and Cinemax.

Find out more about HBO and Cinemax on Amazon Prime after the jump. Read More »

Netflix Offline Playback Is Finally Here

Netflix offline

When it comes to convenience, it’s hard to beat Netflix. You can stream shows to your living room TV, to your tablet while you’re at the gym, to your smartphone while you’re waiting in a checkout line. The one big catch has been that you need an internet connection to do it. Netflix is great if you’re looking to pass time while riding the bus; less so if you’re headed to a subway with no wifi connection.

Well, as of today, that restriction is being removed. Netflix has announced it’s finally offering offline mode to its customers. Even better, this new feature comes at no additional cost to customers.  Read More »

The Best Movies Coming to Netflix in December 2016

Movies Coming to Netflix

We’re coming up on the last month of 2016, and Netflix has a great batch of new titles coming to their streaming library to close out the year. There’s a wide variety of nostalgic movies from the 1990s, some great documentaries, new Netflix original programming and stand-up comedy specials, and even a couple movies that hit theaters earlier this year.

Find out all the movies coming to Netflix after the jump. Read More »

White Rabbit Project trailer

MythBusters ended its run earlier this year, after fifteen seasons on the Discovery Channel. But if you still haven’t quite gotten over that loss, then Netflix may have just the thing for you. The streaming service has unveiled the first trailer for White Rabbit Project, which looks basically like MythBusters minus Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage. Instead, the former Build Team — Grant ImaharaKari Byron, and Tory Belleci — gets to be front and center this time.

Watch the White Rabbit Project trailer below.  Read More »

Galaxy Quest

It’s that glorious time of year when we get together with both the family members we love (and some that we could probably do without) to sit down for a tasty meal and hopefully not a big fight. But with an extended weekend upon us, you’ll likely have plenty of spare time while you’re hanging out with family, and you’re just not in the mood to talk anymore. That’s what it’s time to turn to Netflix to fill some time, and thankfully, there’s a wide variety of movies for you to watch with anyone and everyone in your family.

Below check out our Thanksgiving 2016 Netflix suggestions for some movies available right now that will help you pass some time and keep every single member of your family occupied. Read More »

The Best Movies Leaving Netflix in December 2016

Top Gun - Movies Leaving Netflix

With Thanksgiving this week, we’re heading into a one-month period where we’ll be spending a lot of time with friends and family at various holiday parties and gatherings. So before you get super busy with all your holiday feasting and fun, you might want to take advantage of some of the movies leaving Netflix in December 2016 before they’re gone. Honestly, there’s only a handful of titles that you’ll be sad are leaving, and you can find out which ones they are after they jump. Read More »

Stranger Things season 2 Shawn Levy

Stranger Things announced the start of production on season two, last week with a photo that revealed most of the returning cast members. But they’re not the only ones coming back for the next run of episodes. Executive producer Shawn Levy, who directed a couple of the first season, will be back to helm two more installments in season two. Apparently he’s not so busy with his Uncharted movie to make a return trip to the Upside Down.  Read More »

Wet Hot American Summer Sequel

Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later will bring back plenty of familiar faces from the old Camp Firewood crew, but to keep things interesting it’s also adding some fresh blood to the mix. As of today, that includes Jai Courtney, who’s signed on to romance Amy Poehler‘s Susie in the next run of episodes. Could “comedy star” be the next phase of Courtney’s career?

UPDATE: Samm Levine and Marlo Thomas have also signed up for Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later cast. Find out which characters they’re playing below.  Read More »

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The Defenders starts shooting

Shooting on The Defenders is finally underway in New York, as evidenced by the first set photos hitting the web. And to celebrate that fact, Netflix’s Marvel crossover series is adding a few more names to its roster.

Yesterday we got official confirmation that Daredevil‘s Karen Page (Deborah Ann Woll) and Luke Cage‘s Misty Knight (Simone Missick) would be returning for the crossover series; today brings the news that Daredevil‘s Foggy Nelson (Elden Henson) and Jessica Jones‘ Jeri Hogarth (Carrie-Anne Moss) and Malcolm Ducasse (Eka Darville) will be back as well.  Read More »