A superb Australian mini-series that blows the lid off living conditions in an immigration detention center.
The subject of digital data manipulation for illicit purposes yields a tense thriller set in London about a veteran soldier fighting to clear his name of a murder he swears he didn’t commit.
Let this list of ten great binge-worthy series help get you through the lockdown blues.
The brutal murder of young Elizabeth Short AKA the “Black Dahlia” in 1947 Los Angeles gained national attention and, as the case was never solved, it continues to fascinate film makers. This TNT Network six-episode mini-series, I Am the Night, is based on the memoir One Day She’ll Darken: The Mysterious Beginnings of Fauna Hodel. […]
All in all, a nice start to the third installment of the Victoria saga.
It’s a few degrees cooler. Let’s stay inside.
Another year has passed and it’s time again to cast a seasonal spotlight upon our picks for some of the most giftable discs out there: 4K, Blu-ray and DVD.
A tough-as-nails portrayal of drug dealing, crooked cops, and rough sex that was the Times Square of the early 1970s and the beginning of the US porn industry.
A continuation of one of television’s quirkiest shows after a 25-year absence that will be welcomed by its many fans and puzzle the heck out of newcomers.
Season 2 of this series continues to expand conspiracies, reveal secrets, and offer explosive action in what remains mostly guilty pleasure popcorn TV viewing.