Coming to Netflix Streaming - December 2012

Hey everybody! Next month it looks like the world is probably going to end (haha) but just in case it doesn't, here is the list of movies you can look forward to in the month of December 2012! Some cool stuff here, leave us a comment to let us know if there's anything you're really excited about!

Apocalypse Now
Apocalypse Now
Redux Bad Boys II
Bowling for Columbine
Commando
Garfield and Friends 
Half Baked 
How I Met Your Mother: Season 7
Identity 
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
Jeepers Creepers 
Jeff, Who Lives at Home 
Little Black Book Portlandia: Season 2 
Red Dawn 
S.W.A.T. 
Scream 
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan 
Star Trek: Insurrection Stuart Little 2 
The English Patient 
The Last of the Mohicans 
The Wild Thornberrys Movie 
Young Adult

American Horror Story: Netflix Streaming Surprises

American Horror Story is the first "mystery" type of TV show I've allowed myself to get into since the end of Lost. If you know me, you know how much Lost affected me in a detrimental way. That being, I was so disappointed in the way that it turned out (meaning, the lack of answering questions) that I basically decided to not let myself get into another similar type show again.

If you know me you also know that I'm a pretty avid horror fan, and the concept of a TV show following some sort of horror theme was very intriguing to me. I can't really think of a time that this has been successfully done off the top of my head. So I gave American Horror Story a chance.

And I loved it. I loved almost everything about this show, and I could never wait to watch the next episode. Yes, the mythos of the 'haunted house' might not have answered all my questions by the end of the first season (the show is an anthology - every season is a new 'American Horror Story') but I thought the acting, plot development, and overall story arch were just phenomenal for a horror-based TV show.

Not to mention, this show had some very scary sequences. Season 1 had some exceptionally thrilling sequences, and some that were simply disturbing. Either way, a lot of things happen that will keep you unsettled when you're going to bed at night (in a good way).

I started this blog post talking about Lost because that's the only show I can think to really capably compare this to. It's a show that's centered around one setting (house vs. island), with many mysteries involved in that setting, with great acting. Things happen so fast that you're glued to your TV (or computer) and want to just continue watching.

This is one of those TV shows that I definitely recommend watching with a friend, because it's certainly fun to talk about what YOU think is happening.

Add it to your queue here!

Netflix's Original Series 'House of Cards' Trailer is Here!

A while back when we heard that Netflix was going to be putting together a show with Kevin Spacey, directed by David Fincher, we were incredibly excited. Now, the day is finally here that we're able to see the trailer to actually see how reasonable our excitement is! This looks like it's going to be absolutely fantastic!

Watch the trailer!

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