Thursday, 3 September 2015

August | Netflix Favourites

As an avid Netflix watcher I have realised that the month of August involved me spending a lot of time watching film after programme after film on there. So I thought, why not share what programmes and films I have been watching on there last month?

  • Once Upon A Time-  This was my ultimate favourite in August. I had been meaning to watch it for ages and when I finally did I was hooked (no pun intended for any Once Upon A Time fans out there). I was hooked to the point where I spent so many hours day and night watching it that I finished all 4 seasons, with hour long episodes, with 22/23 episodes in each series, in about 6 days. For anyone that hasn't heard of Once A Upon A Time, it is basically about well known fairytale characters, such as Snow White and Sleeping Beauty, being thrown into the real world that we know. It is a really gripping show with all kinds of twists and turns and trust me, once you start watching you won't be able to stop!

  • Child's Play- Another favourite has been the Child Play films. They're all on Netflix and I had never actually watched them before despite them being so famous, so my boyfriend and I watched them all. They get a bit repetitive, but they're kinda funny overall. If you haven't heard of Child's Play, they're 'horror movies' which follow a doll that has been taken over by a serial killer named Charles. However, in doll form he takes the name Chuckie. If you don't like dolls you might not like these films but if not then this might be classic for you.

  • Educating Yorkshire- I'm not really sure how I ended up watching this or why I watched the entire series but I did it anyway. It follows a school in Yorkshire, filming all the ups and downs of high school. They are filmed with the teachers' perspectives and the students' perspectives. It was kind of funny watching how some students seem to show off for no reason and whatnot. I don't know really, it was just an easy and humorous watch for me. 

  • An American Werewolf in London- I hadn't heard of this film before my boyfriend told me about it but apparently this is another classic. The name pretty much gives the plot away. I can't really explain what I liked about this. I mean, the beginning was boring and some parts of the plot were so bizarre and weird but overall it was a kind of a funny film. For example, one weird but funny bit is when the 'werewolf' is in a porn theatre watching porn and talking to people he had killed. Weird, huh? It's one of those things that you can't really explain so you just have to watch it.

So those were my Netflix favourites for August. What did you watch on Netflix recently? Let me know!

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