Netflix Originals

Dog’s Movie House: “We Have A Ghost” Average Spooky Comedy Elevated By David Harbour’s Expressive Performance!

Howdy Folks! It’s The Kendog here with a look at Netflix’s latest streaming endeavor. It’s called “We Have A Ghost” and it stars Jahi Winston as a kid named Kevin who’s moved into an allegedly haunted house with his family (Anthony Mackie, Erika Ash, and Niles Fitch). He finds out that the stories are true when a ghost named Ernest makes contact with Kevin and the two become friends. Unfortunately Kevin also records Ernest and it gets out on the internet, creating a national sensation that also attracts the attention of a shady government organization! Now Kevin has to protect his family, his new friend, and try to figure out the mystery behind Ernest’s huanting before the goverrnment uses Ernest and his unique abilities for their own nefarious purposes.

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Dog’s Movie House: “Fatal Affair” Only Detrimental To Viewers!

Howdy Folks! It’s The Kendog with a look at Netflix’s original movie, “Fatal Affair.” Now you guys know me as someone who is quick to give a pass on a film if it’s at least competently made because it takes a lot of work and hundreds of workers to bring the film from concept to screen. But every once and a while I have to put my proverbial foot down when a film is, in this case, boring enough to put me to sleep not once, but twice during it’s less than ninety minute run time. Consider this a rare public service message to avoid streaming this at all costs!

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Dog’s Movie House: “Daredevil: Season 2” Gives The Big Screen A Run For Its Money!



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The costumed avengers from Hell's Kitchen in "Daredevil!"

The costumed avengers from Hell’s Kitchen in “Daredevil!”




While the explosion of comic book movies has hit its highs and lows, the truth is that superhero flicks aren’t going anywhere anytime soon.  With the release  of “Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice” (read my review here) things promise to get a whole lot bigger, if not necessarily better, in the realm of comic book cinema.  That said, if bigger and badder isn’t your thing but you still like the idea of comic book properties, you might want to cast your eyes to the small screen.  Netflix has recently partnered with Marvel Studios to do a series of television series based on the Marvel heroes of New York.  The first of these was “Daredevil” followed by “Jessica Jones.”  The inaugural seasons of both shows were fantastic and now Netflix has dropped the second season of “Daredevil” and it proves you don’t have a gazillion dollar budget to create an excellent viewing experience.  Continue reading