Netflix finds.

Reading lists are popular among bloggers, but to be frank, I don’t read that much. My work involves reading ALL DAY LONG, and I simply don’t have the stamina when I’m home. So, for now…

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I’m a Netflix junkie. It’s been said before, and I state with conviction that I am still obsessed. With the “Hola” browser extension, I’ve been scouring international Netflix sites for the best that different countries have to offer. Below are some of my recent favorites.

TV shows:

  • Orphan Black (available on U.K.): Sci Fi/Mystery/Thriller
  • The Tudors: a must-watch if you’re obsessed with English history and rulers
  • Black Mirror (available on U.K.): reminiscent of The Outer Limits and The Twilight Zone, but on a different level and without a filter of any kind (it is British).
  • Revenge: Season 3 was recently added to Netflix, and the 25 year old in me is pleased.
  • The Nanny (available on Canada): classic Fran can’t be beat.
  • The Killing: If you watched Season 3 and were as confused as we were by the series “finale,” you’ll find Netflix’s resurrection of the show for a proper finale decent and necessary.

Movies:

  •  World War Z: if you haven’t seen it, watch it. The best zombie/apocalypse movie.
  • Secrets of Henry VIII’s Palace: again, a must watch if you enjoy English history. His reign and six wives are fascinating to learn about!
  • The Best Offer (available on Canada): two words – psychological intrigue. You’ll enjoy this if you liked The Thomas Crown Affair.
  • Monsters: suspenseful alien-on-earth-based-thriller that’s falls somewhere between District 9 and this year’s Godzilla reboot.

Happy viewing!  Is there anything you’ve watched that I might enjoy?

 

 

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