Review: Jean of the Joneses

Jean of the Joneses features a stellar cast in a drama about a family full of women and secrets. The secrets come out, as they must, at a time of crisis in the family. Stella Meghie wrote and directed this darkly comedic story of family dysfunction. It is now streaming on Hulu and Prime Video.

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Review: Archive 81, mystery and horror

Archive 81, from Netflix, is a mix of mystery, horror, and sci-fi. It keeps you puzzled and guessing until the end. We visit three different time periods as the story explores the veil between our world and a demonic world of witchcraft.

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Review: Uncorked

Uncorked tells a family story about a son who wanted something different from what his father dreamed for him.

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Review: Unicorn Store

Unicorn Store bursts with a magical fantasy about finding yourself and growing up. It’s a work of visual art from start to finish. Brie Larson directed and stars in this fanciful tale of wonder.

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The Get Down Coming to Netflix in 2016

The Get Down sounds like the origin story for Empire. A rag tag group of teenagers run wild in the streets of the South Bronx in the late 70’s. The series is described as “a mythic saga of how New York at the brink of bankruptcy gave birth to hip-hop, punk and disco.”

The  13 episode series is created by Baz Luhrmann with Shawn Ryan producing.  It will premier on Netflix in 2016.Continue Reading: The Get Down Coming to Netflix in 2016