I think Carl McCoy of fields of the nephilim was in that!!Probably asking for too much if we expected another Annihilation going by Cas review but we love Sci-Fi and will give it go tonight. Reading of the description, anyone remember the early 90s film *Hardware* basically a horny droid (LOL) and the slip on the VHS said *Terminator For The 90s*
Thank you CAS once again.
Have you watched it? I found it perfectly fine for an hour and a half when there wasn't any football on. Yeah its not amazing but its a reasonable time waster. I think Netflix are on the up as a whole, most of the best films will continue to come out on the big screen first for the next few years I'd imagine. Their TV series are in another league though. So I'll continue to play sh*t sandwich scoffer as you so wonderfully put it and enjoy the fantastic range of mini series, thrillers, foreign film and series and multi season franchises for ten quid a month and you keep moaning.Subscribers are happy to just keep scoffing the sh*t sandwiches...
People should have higher standards than to accept this conveyer belt dross. Real shame...
- You're absolutely right, there ARE decent series on there (although I'll maintain my grumpiness and say that only a couple of those listed are 'premier league'!)I'm not getting into a Netflix argument in a film review thread but look at the recommend thread, there's plenty of gems, Ok maybe Netflix haven't made all of them but I pay for the content that I choose to view and without that I'd not have enjoyed...
The frozen dead
Jajao plus so many more, these are just off the top of my head.
There's countless others in my list I've not started like, GLOW, sense 8, 3%, The Alienist and so on and so on.
I went through my lists and there's so much great stuff that I simply can't believe people can think it's all average.
Jack Whitehall travelling with his pompous tory father is comedic gold.. Maybe you should watch it Tim , it might make you smile a little!
I don't think it's fair to say Altered Carbon steals all its wide shots from Blade Runner. I thought it was a great series, and the flying cars were also reminiscent of Fifth Element and Star Wars prequels. Or Back to the Future come to think of it. I'm not sure what other 'wide' (presuming you mean wide-angle lens) shots you're referring to, as I did't notice many wide angle shots particularly. What I did notice was an awesome hotel that I won't spoil for other people but which was new ground for me.Altered Carbon steals all its wide-shots straight from Blade Runner.
Whaaaa??? One of the best supernatural themed horrors in recent years:Thanks Cas.
I REALLY enjoyed The Guest but haven’t watched It Follows so will watch that and this film now cheers
It is a sad state of affairs indeed.- You're absolutely right, there ARE decent series on there (although I'll maintain my grumpiness and say that only a couple of those listed are 'premier league'!)
I just find the majority of their content seems to be very, very uninspired. 'Square-jawed, good looking American bloke talking in a dark room' is waaaay too common a sight.
The only halfway original sci-fi they've done, Altered Carbon steals all its wide-shots straight from Blade Runner. Both Star Trek Discovery and Lost in Space felt like they were made for several hundred pounds.
Beyond that, plenty of Korean soap operas and bizarre, crappy films, normally called 'Love Happy or Drink" or something equally nonsensical.
I spend more time scrolling through Netflix than I do watching content. I'm glad you get your money's worth though and, as you rightfully pointed out, there are diamonds amongst the rough!