Gil Carrillo (LA Sheriff Homicide Detective) in episode 4 “Manhunt” of Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer. Cr. NETFLIX © 2021 Netflix is known to have some high quality true crime docu series, such as Don’t F**k with Cats and Tiger King. Their first new limited series of 2021 only mentions feline in […]Netflix Review – ‘Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer’ — into:screens
If you like your boyfriends psycho with a pinch of stalker, this is the series for you.
Obviously i doubt anybody likes that type of boyfriend but you never know Who you are dating and YOU carefully shows you the power of the internet and how quick things can escalate before you know it.
Our main characters in this series is Joe, a bookstore clerk/manager/owner (still not really sure about that) and Beck, a random girl Who he spots in hes bookstore one day and Who becomes Joe’s next ‘victim’.
Joe is played by Penn Badgley, Who Some may know from Gossip Girl or the movie Easy A. Guinever Beck is played by Elizabeth Lail Who is seen in the series Once Upon a Time as Anna and her closest friend Peach is played by Shay Mitchel, Who you may know from Pretty Little Liars.
You hear Joe’s Voice during…
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With Natasha Lyonne playing Nadia, as main character in this new Netflix series, we jump from one death to another in every episode. You probably recognize her from the tv series Orange is the new black as Nicky Nichols. Always vulgar and rude or as I call it, straight forward and no bullshit, this new series is no difference in that matter.
Always having a cigarette in her mouth and clearly not giving a damn about anything, she quickly realizes something weird is going on after getting hit by a car, dying and waking up again in front of the bathroom mirror on her birthday.
I laughed hard a few times seeing her trying to simply survive going down regular stairs or even crossing the streets.
After dying about 4 times, she finds out she’s not the only one. When her next death is in an elevator falling down and…
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I know I should probably finish The Walking Dead but I wanted to watch something else.
Even though I am not the biggest fan of international tv series/movies, I am a big fan of horror and excorsist/demon type series/movies. I was looking through Netflix and noticed this series called Diablero. Just the name alone, got me interested and after watching the trailer, I decided, let’s try one episode.
It is 1 season, spoken in Spanish and filmed in Mexico. The series is based on a book called, El Diablo me obligó. The main characters are a brother and sister, Heliodoro aka Elvis and Keta. Elvis learned from hes father to become a Diablero, in my opinion, a modern exorcist. Even tho their father never involved Keta to become one, she has her own abilities. Later on in the season you will also find out the reason her father never…
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About a week ago, my partner asked me to start watching The Walking Dead again. They are already airing season 9 and he hasn’t had the time to finish season 6.
So when he asked me I responded ‘I don’t even know what I have seen of this’. I could only remember a moment on a rooftop and something in a prison. So I said to myself, and him, I might as well start from the beginning.
As I watched the first episode, things started happening fast and I realized something very fast too. ‘I don’t remember any of this’, which could only mean, I haven’t seen any of it!
The first episode of season one already got me sucked in and ready for more. I couldn’t wait those ’10 seconds until next episode’ on Netflix.
*In case you havent seen this TV series yet and don’t want any spoilers…
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