There are a fair few film streaming services knocking around now, but Netflix has quickly become one of the most popular, probably something to do with the relatively modest monthly subscription price. So I thought I’d give it a go.
Annoyingly (cleverly?), you can’t view what’s available to watch unless you sign up, so I was a little wary of what I’d find, but it turns out there’s plenty of decent stuff available. Granted, a lot of classic stuff I’d already seen, such as The Godfather and The Usual Suspects, but for those who haven’t seen them, they’re great films to have on demand. And they’re always worth a rewatch or five anyway. By the way, I’m definitely not on commission here. Unfortunately.
There is also quite a lot of television stuff available, which may lead to a bit more of that seeping in to the blog. But of course, it’ll mainly be the films I’ll be checking out, so expect to see reviews of such classics as Baby’s Day Out and Killer Klowns from Outer Space very shortly.
In the meantime, here’s a review of the first film I’ve watched on Netflix – Buried.