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The Best Conspiracy Documentaries On Netflix Right Now

A good conspiracy theory gets the blood running hot. It should be equal measures absurd and just-believable-enough, meaning that you’re at the very least entertained, even if you don’t take it seriously. 555 more words

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What to Watch: 01/15/2017

While the Law (Jude Law) is coming to HBO as a lascivious pontiff and the NFL playoffs have a surprise primetime game tonight, neither is a choice of our editors chiming in on this January Sunday. 318 more words

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What to Watch/Attend This Week: January 15-21, 2017

Inauguration Day may be the biggest event happening this week by far, but there’s still plenty of other political fare to watch and take part in, including President Obama’s final TV interview and the Women’s March on Washington. 413 more words


Play it again Sam 1001 (plus) Movies to Watch

My original goal was to complete the AFI’s 100 years, 100 Movies list of the 100 best American movies of all time. They created one list and had an update to it in 2007. 150 more words


January 9th: Watch a Foreign Film

Thanks to my friend Jason I was able to easily knock watch a foreign film off my list!

I borrowed Pan’s Labyrinth (Spanish), Cinema Paradiso (Italian), and Amelie (French). 234 more words

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Netflix's Newest Original: The OA AKA The Hydra of Netflix (No Spoilers)

This weekend I inadvertently binge watched the entire first season of Netflix’s newest original series, The OA. You know the familiar scenario- it’s Saturday morning, you casually check out an episode, it leaves off on a cliffhanger, so you do the whole “just one more” bit, and before you know it you’re four deep, can’t remember your name or where you’re supposed to be and figure at this point the best thing to do now it just power through it. 341 more words

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What to Watch: 01/08/2017

It’s the second biggest night for both TV and movies as the HFP brings us celebrities, glamour, and of course giggles courtesy of host and Human Break Machine, Jimmy Fallon. 288 more words

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