I love it when Netflix gets creative and makes movies just for us and nobody else. Okay well nobody but the millions of Canadian viewers who subscribe to the streaming service. Still, it's kinda cool. Netflix has brought us all sorts of fun stuff to watch lately. Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life. House of Cards. Fuller House. Beat Bugs and Stranger Things. It is what makes … [Read more...] about Netflix Original Movie Spectral is Gears of War vs Ghosts #StreamTeam
Netflix | Brand Partner Looking back on the last 43 years of my life, it's hard to believe everything I've been through. I'm not sixteen anymore. I look at my son whose turning 18 and I was already out of the house by then. It's amazing to think he's about to start his own life, just like I did. As a strong mother and woman, I took a little inspiration from some of the … [Read more...] about Dear Jodi: A Letter To Myself Giving Tips On Life #StreamTeam
It's hard to believe September is almost over and the kids have been back to school for almost a month now. One of the things I miss most about summertime is spending time together as a family. So we make it habit on weekends to have some quality time together by either camping out or playing boards, mixed with some fab movies on Netflix. … [Read more...] about Heads Up + Netflix Makes Family Movie Night Tons of Fun
We don't know about you, but ever since the introduction of streaming, we've become lazy but loving it. We can watch what we want when we want, and for cheap without the bill running us into the ground. … [Read more...] about Which Streaming Service Do Canadians Use The Most?
I've never gone to TIFF although I've always wanted to. As a write, it would be a dream come true for me to lavish during the 10 day festival watching movies such as: 12 Years a Slave and Sniper as they begin their race toward Oscar stardom. But not going doesn't mean we can't wait to see what is presented. Here are the top 5 movies we think will shine at the Toronto Film … [Read more...] about TIFF 2016: Top 5 Movies We Think Will Shine At The Toronto Film Festival