The Netflix original show explores racial issues, activism, and campus life through artistic visuals and comedy, and starts conversations among viewers.
Adolescence is hard enough without having a child. But as avid skater and soon to be teen-dad Sam finds out in ‘Slam,’ sometimes life, history, and the world has a funny way of making things work out.
Finally, after close to two decades Chappelle fans can subsist on more than recycled material as the comedy legend releases two specials on Netflix.
‘Deidra & Laney Rob A Train’ examines a story of desperation, cunning, and will through the lens of comedy.
Judd Apatow’s ‘Love’ returns for its second season on Netflix, bringing more laughs and thoughtful provocations.
Netflix’s new movie, ‘I Don’t Feel At Home In This World Anymore’ is violent, dark, and speaks of a distinctly human truth.
A taste for family life does not mix well with a taste for blood. ‘Santa Clarita Diet’ follows the life of a suburban vampire trying to have a quiet family life and quiet a lust for flesh.
Though the film has a good bit of heart, the mind of the movie explores the powers of technology both real and imaginary.
Jason Mamoa stars in Netflix’s new historical drama, ‘The Frontier,’ but brings little to the already mediocre series.
As citizens hope to become one of the lucky, the 3%, they are confronted with a violent and unforgiving reality that they will live in squalor in Netflix’s dystopian thriller.