Netflix has so much content that it’s hard to sift through all of it. Every single Tuesday, Dan and Caleb comb through Netflix and tell you what’s worth your time and what’s not. So if you’re someone who enjoys good discussion and watching good stuff, please give us a listen!
Shadow and Bone: A Man's Gotta Go His Own Way
We’re back to live-action content this week as we talk about the new young adult series, Shadow and Bone. Plus, there’s some IP theft afoot, a former Netflix VP is going to jail, and Castlevania season 4 looks pretty great.
Special Report: Mortal Kombat 2021
An HBO Max movie on a Netflix podcast? Yeah, we wanted to talk about this movie pretty badly so why not break it out and fully flesh out our thoughts on Mortal Kombat!
High-Rise Invasion: That's Enough Upskirt for One Year
AnimApril wraps up with the dark side of anime as we review High-Rise Invasion. Then in a stroke of good fortune, we review a classic anime movie. Finally, we talk about the Netflix earnings call, Taylor Swift fans staying mad, and the machinations of a man befriending an octopus.
The Way of the Househusband: All Killer No Filler
Our journey through Netflix’s anime selection continues with reviewing a brand new series and another Pokemon movie. We also talk about the Army of the Dead trailer, Castlevania coming to an end, and what we’re doing for Livestream for the Cure.
Beastars: The Furry Episode
AnimApril continues with our Furry anime episode. Plus, we talk about the Netflix/Sony deal, what market share means, and other horny nonsense.
Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan: AnimApril Begins
This week, AnimApril begins with reviews of Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan and The End of Evangelion. Also, we discuss Netflix acquiring the distribution rights to the Knives Out sequels and some trailers.
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These are two of the greatest dudes I know. I've had the honor of being their friend for many years now, and when they started this show I never envisioned it growing into what it has. It's so entertaining, and even moreso because they do it all their way. It is also the only place you ever need to go to know what's what on Netflix. Looking forward to see what you do in the future, my friends. Thank you for years of incredible memories.
Almost there (updated)
Maybe a little too much banter for my taste but they're well-versed, as much as one can be, in Netflix's goings on. I do wish they'd both complete watching pre-agreed upon topics as their discussion can be fun and engaging but when it's just one guy talking at the other for extended periods of time about something the other hasn't seen, it's a drag.
Not to toot my own horn too much but since this review, the guys really focused on reviewing the same stuff and it's made for a much better experience. There's still a bit of difference in their watch patterns but Quick Hits is a nice way to get that out of the way and let them converse about their main topics. The show is much better now, not that it was ever bad in the first place!
Love the show
You really need to listen to this show! I would like to know what comedian standup specials are coming out! I never miss an episode 💜🐶🐶😻😼