Daredevil on Netflix

Comic fan or not, Daredevil is Legitimus Prime. Now available on Netflix for a very worthy bing-watching session, Daredevil is the origin story of an iconic Marvel comic superhero. A blind lawyer from Hell's Kitchen, fighting crime in the courtroom and on the rooftops/alleyways. 

Just like any other show, I recommend going a few episodes deep before truly making up your mind on investing your time for the long haul. Trust me, once Vincent D'Onofrio steps into the dynamic everything changes. Well it did for me. D'Onofrio seriously flexes his awkward and assertive character in the way really only he can. Very reminiscent of his prior villainous roles (The Cell, MIB). 

The things I really like about this show are how they show how tiring it must be to fight in hand to hand combat. Daredevil isn't a Norse god or inside of a mechanical suit so his endurance being drained is something they show and I LOVE that. The fight scenes are truly great, the grittiness of the show(MA rating), and the depth in which they portray the main villain are something I hope all comic book films/shows emulate from now on. Is it a perfect show? No, but it's definitely a big step in the right direction. 


Well if you haven't figured it out by now, I'm sharing my list of shows that I watch with you. There's a lot, and I mean A LOT, of crap on TV right now and this show, my friends, is just the opposite. Smart, witty, and quick are the first adjectives that come to mind when I describe it to mi amigos. I wouldn't say it's for everyone, but you should give it a shot. Sherlock stars Benedict (I'm pretty sure he's an alienCumberbatch (Imitation Game, 12 Years a Slave, Jungle Book) and Martin Freedman (The Hobbit, Fargo The Series), the episodes are all available on Netflix. Don't worry, there are only three episodes per season. 



- If you're already a fan of the show, I highly recommend Unlocking Sherlock on Netflix. It's a bit of the making of the show.

Peaky Blinders


Breaking Bad is done. Sons of Anarchy is over. The Walking Dead's season finale just aired. Now what? If you're looking for another series to jump into (or binge-watch), may I recommend Peaky Blinders. Personally, I feel like it's a better show that SOA and really holds it's own against the likes of a Breaking Bad (although there's just no replacing Bryan Cranston, the rest of the BB cast really dragged the show down... I'm looking directly at you Anna Gunn).  Peaky Blinders is a crime drama based on a post WWI Birmingham, England street gang by the same name. The story itself is sort of in the same vein as SOA and BB, wherein a family member takes it upon himself to lift his family(and the family business) to the next level... by any means necessary. 

Cillian Murphy (Sunshine, Inception, 28 Days Later) stars as the lead character in the show alongside Sam Neill (Jurassic Park) and Tom Hardy (in season 2). Tom Hardy (Inception, Bronson, The Dark Knight Rises) has some serious acting chops and is a pretty hot commodity right now, so for him to grab up a role in the show tells you a bit about the caliber and potential of Peaky Blinders. Seasons one and two are available on Netflix right now.


Already up to date on Peaky Blinders? Then may I recommend Netflix's Bloodline. Now, of course these are all appetizers for when the main course gets here and now that HBO Now is about to launch, we can all get our Game of Thrones Fix(which happens to be the best show on TV, hands down).


Done watching HBO's The Jinx and waiting for the next season of Game of Thrones to start? Well if you already ran through House of Cards' newest season, do yourself a favor and search for Bloodline. It's the latest and greatest from Netflix. Check out the trailer for the breakdown. 

Another Binge-worthy show from Netflix's pretty solid lineup. The first thing I noticed about the show was the caliber of production, pretty legit. You can tell right off the bat that this isn't just another crap TV drama. I recommend sticking around giving it a shot. I'm on episode 11 and it has yet to disappoint.