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‘Dash and Lily’: A perfect Christmas present that unwraps one’s true...

Netflix has been on a roll recently, having numerous Christmas films and shows lined up well before Thanksgiving. As audiences are on the hunt...

‘Blood Of Zeus’: Blends Greek, American and Japanese styles to form...

“Blood of Zeus” is a Netflix anime that follows Zeus’ son and demigod Heron (Derek Phillips),  who is destined to stop demons and giants...

Dreams can come true, but so can nightmares in ‘A Babysitter’s...

We all know that feeling of having to wake up from a great dream that is disrupted by the awful sound of our alarm...

‘Hubie Halloween:’ A great treat for this Halloween season

We’ve all heard about the classic boogeyman or the occasional phrase, “There’s a monster under my bed,” which we now often turn a deaf...

‘Vampires vs. the Bronx’ utilizes a frail plot that even its...

A group of kids in a small town uniting to obliterate an evil penetrating their home has often captured the audience's attention, as was...

‘Becoming’ is a superficial look into Michelle Obama’s charming presence

“Becoming” opens similarly to the memoir of the same name — with former first lady Michelle Obama walking around her home. However, where the...

Radar Quarantine Binge List

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Big cat controversy: Netflix’s responsibility is to entertain its audiences

Courtesy of Netflix “Tiger King” is one of Netflix’s most entertaining yet controversial true crime documentaries to date....

The charming romance in ‘All the Bright Places’ fails to make...

Courtesy of Netflix Netflix has been on a teen romance streak as of late. Following closely behind “To...

The final season of ‘BoJack Horseman’ is an unexpected but fitting...

Courtesy of Netflix Every great television series eventually meets its end as cancellations and rushed endings are quite...