May
23
2016
1

Netflix would like to let you now that BOOM, BABY, they got first crack at Disney and Marvel now.

Here we go:

From September onwards, Netflix will become the exclusive U.S. pay TV home of the latest films from Disney, Marvel, Lucasfilm and Pixar,” Ted Sarandos, Netflix’s head of content, wrote on their company blog.

…Dannnnnnng. I mean, you can get a bunch of the old stuff from most of those shops at any given time; but exclusive first-look?  That’s pretty neat-o, if you have Netflix. Which I do.

Mar
27
2016
2

VOLTRON.

VOLTRON VOLTRON VOLTRON VOLTRON VOLTRON.

VOLTRON.

VOLTRON VOLTRON.

PS: DREAMWORKS. NETFLIX. JUNE 10TH.

…VOLTRON.

Mar
01
2016
11

So, I watched the first episode of Jessica Jones last night.

It’s not bad – in fact, it was pretty good – but there’s just something about it that I can’t put my finger on. Not so much off, as different. And I don’t even know if it’s bad-different.  Anybody with any thoughts on this, or should I just watch a couple more episodes and it will all make sense suddenly?

Feb
10
2013
3

…So, Netflix parental controls well and truly suck, huh?

This should not be difficult: all I want to do is have it so the Netflix Roku shows only G-rated movies and my computer’s Netflix shows whatever I feel like watching.  But apparently this is an unreasonable thing to want.

Grr. Arrgh.

Jan
06
2011
5

Blogging called on account of Inception.

Yeah, finally got around to watching it, thanks to Netflix.  Always weird to see Leonardo DiCaprio, you know, act and stuff. Yeah, yeah, I know: that’s old news. But still.

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