“The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind” brought tears to my eyes as one goes on an adventure with a family from Malawi, struggling to feed their family while the town endures famine, poverty and mistreatment from their government.
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The Campus Activities Board hosted the club fair on Feb. 6 with a club booth competition where different clubs decorated booths based on their favorite Netflix movies or series.
Thirty years after the infamous serial killer’s execution, Netflix explores Ted Bundy’s perspective in a four-episode docuseries, “Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes.”
Netflix’s “You” is the ultimate anti-romance thriller that sheds light on toxic relationships in all of their forms.
Everyone has heard of the Salem witch trials, but Greendale, home of Sabrina Spellman, had one of its very own.
The first season of “Making a Murderer,” a true-crime documentary first premiering in 2015, was one of the most widely viewed series on Netflix. Within the first 35 days, more than 19 million people watched the series. Now, nearly three years later, season two is out and the verdicts are in.
“The Haunting of Hill House” is the perfect binge series to get you seriously spooked in time for Halloween. The Netflix original series, a reimagining based on the 1959 gothic horror novel by Shirley Jackson, has been a trending topic on social media feeds everywhere.
A year after “13 Reasons Why” became Netflix’s buzziest show for its ability to not shy away from tough subject matter, we return to Liberty High school where the school’s climate is still in turmoil five months after the suicide of Hannah Baker (Katherine Langford).
After being accused of making sexual advances towards underaged actor Anthony Rapp, Kevin Spacey issued an insensitive statement excusing his advances because he was a gay drunk. Spacey turned it into a coming out story and tried to spin the narrative that what he did was not wrong because he was gay and the only […]
Founders of Ovarian Psycos feminist group presented “Ovarian Psycos: A Screening and Conversation on Activism in East L.A.” Tuesday night at Scripps College.