Stop wasting your time watching Iron Fist and use it to squeeze in one last rewatch of good shows like Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Arrested Development (non-Netflix seasons), Firefly, The X-Files, Roswell and House along with movies like The Princess Bride. Come April 1st, they will disappear from Netflix. In return we’ll get new MST3K and Bill Nye Saves The World , so it isn’t all bad news. Check out the full list of comings and goings below. [click to continue…]
Netflix is continuing its anime push by adding One-Punch Man to their lineup. If you are unfamiliar with the series, all you need to know is that it’s about an unlikely superhero that is so ridiculously powerful that he can’t find a worthy opponent (with the possible exception of baldness, which has soundly thrashed him). Not sold yet? Watch this: [click to continue…]
As we saw with Knights of Sidonia, Netflix is making a big commitment to anime (and everything else really). Now, they’ve pulled the curtain back on an even more ambitious project: a new anime based on Go Nagai’s Devilman manga. Dubbed Devilman Crybaby, I think it’s safe to say this one isn’t going to be for the kids. Check out the trailer below. [click to continue…]
To tide you over until the debut of the Mystery Science Theater 3000 reboot, Netflix has added 20 classic episodes for you to stream. Notable episodes include Manos: The Hands Of Fate, Space Mutiny, Pod People, and Laserblast along with the “lost” episode Merlin’s Shop of Mystical Wonders. You can check out the entire list below, but rest assured—every episode on the list ranks among the best of the series. [click to continue…]
Adi Shankar, the showrunner for Netflix’s upcoming Castlevania animated series, has shared the very first glimpse of the show. This poster of Dracula’s castle has definitely ramped up our expectations—and they were already pretty high. Check out the entire poster below. [click to continue…]
After their third and final “Red Carpet Kickstarter Screening” of the first new Mystery Science Theater 3000 episode, Netflix announced that the new season will premiere on April 14th. Joel Hodgson shared the news with Kickstarter backers as soon as he found out: [click to continue…]
Bill Nye is back to tackle all of the subjects that our government doesn’t believe in with his new Netflix series Bill Nye Saves The World. As you’ll see in the trailer below he’s bringing some familiar faces along for the ride. [click to continue…]
Netflix quietly announced that a Castlevania series would arrive sometime this year. And that’s it. Seriously—this is the whole bit from the press release:
Castlevania Season 1, Part 1 Coming to Netflix in 2017
But wait! Here’s where things get really interesting. [click to continue…]
Netflix has released the first full Iron Fist trailer, and it feels a lot like Arrow—only with magic punches and curlier hair (Finn Jones as Danny Rand just doesn’t work for me at this point). Honestly, I’m not to psyched about this one, but we’ll have to wait until March 17th to find out if Netflix can turn this into something worth watching. [click to continue…]
Netflix has been having fun creating little side projects (like an actual Netflix and Chill button and Stranger Things recipes) to promote their original programming. Their latest is a free online game that allows you to take control of characters from their popular shows. Well, popular shows and Marco Polo, which was recently cancelled. A bit odd, that.
The game is an extremely simple infinite runner that will have you dodging Demogorons, DEA agents and lunch trays. It’s pretty stupid honestly, but if you’re looking to waste a few minutes of your day, have at it here.