This weeks Late Night Netflix features a movie documentary titled "All Work All Play." This documentary follows the world of and the recent rise of Electronic Sports, or e-sports, which features competitive gaming in the computer world following games like League of Legends (LOL) and Starcraft. Now i have always been a console oriented gamer and never really followed games like LOL, closest thing i've been in contact with is watching some MLG competitions for Halo or CoD and participating in MLG gamebattles. So watching this documentary I really didn't know anything. It follows mainly american teams but also shows teams from South Korea and talks about how much the sport grew over the years and the challenges that the sport has gone through to produce live shows and events. It was interesting to see how in the esports world South Korea usually is a team favorite and American teams are considered not as good. From my stand point as many of you may know I'm a big pro and college football fan and hockey fan and with that being said, seeing esports have game analysts comparing the teams and making predictions to someone like me not knowing esports sounds insane. But just like any sport, it has commentators and what not. Overall this is a really well put together documentary and shows all aspects of the esports world. A really good watch for the esports and non esports fan. Check it out!
ITS GETTING LIT IN THE TRAILER PARK TONIGHT
Trailer park boys season 10 out on netflix now
I'm a big fan of really dumb comedy and there is not better way to describe my made up genre than with the "Trailer Park Boys". This newest season 10 out now through Netflix is great because they have all of the past seasons to watch. This series for whom have not seen it follows around 3 best friends who live in Sunnyvale Trailer park in Nova Scotia Canada and their daily lives. They mainly do petty crimes like steal parking meters, rob grocery stores for butcher meat and steal shopping carts from stores and sell them back to them. Its honestly a really dumb and cheaply made show but i find myself crying at some of the jokes or situations that these guys find themselves in. This latest season features some drastic changes to the normal trailer park living the boys are used to. Pretty much every season is about the same the 3 guys are trying not to get kicked out of the park or owe money to the park or are trying to make some shady business deals to buy the park. All in all i really enjoy watching the show and think its hilarious, its one of my frequently recommended show to people who are looking for something new on Netflix. The first season is older now and a not as great as the others but it picks up in season two! check it out you'll probably laugh at their dumb antics
By Lee Marcussen
A couple of weeks ago I found myself looking for a new comedy to watch. During the day I like to watch comedies on Netflix (since I have no cable) because they are short and usually don't require your full attention. After over a year of being in my queue I finally watched The IT Crowd, and loved every minute of the short lived series. I remember being initially turned off by the fact that it is a sitcom, but that quickly went away when I was won over by the fantastic writing. Within a week I had burned through the entire series (24 episodes), and didn't know what to do with myself. As the last episode finished, another British cult hit comedy known as The Inbetweeners was recommended to me. A week later I was in the same position, having burned through the 18 episode series in a matter of days. With each series only having six episode long seasons, they were relatively short but offered a dynamic that not many shows do. The short length allowed for a much better continuity of inside jokes and references, which made punchlines deliver all the more. Each show has very different premises but I loved both of them. If you want quick, well written comedy, give these two titles a shot. Both shows are available in full on Netflix
Recommended for fans of: The Office, Parks and Rec, South Park, Skins
By Edwin Velez
HIGHWAY THRU HELL
This show is about this really sketchy highway up in Canada (all a boot) that has a ton of car and semi accidents when it snows because of like high mountains and its Canada so its cold or whatever ( never been just think its prolly cold) There is a tow truck company that specialises with big semi accidents which i guess happen all the time on this dangerous ass highway. The show is actually really poorly put together its one of those shows that after a commercial break shows 3 mins of what you saw before the break which get annoying with Netflix not having commercials you see them tow a truck like 4 times repeated. Besides that the characters are all kinda goofy and have pretty cool Canadian accents. The show is kinda lame, but I dig it because i dig like semi trucks and like tough guy stuff. Well plus its kinda cool showing the lives of these hard working blue collar dudes. There's 2 seasons of it and its kinda cool if your into this kinda stuff. If you dig farm simulator you'll prolly dig this show.
wanted it to be better
By Lee Marcussen
When i first saw this advertised i thought it was gonna be some corny romantic comedy type shit, but i gotta say I was very wrong. This show is actually really good. Basically to sum it up its about a really nerdy dude and a hot rebellious girl that kinda fight the love they have had for each other for a while (wait now that I'm typing this out it kinda sounds like a shitty romantic comedy.) Overall i really dig it. Its a cute story about the the two people, and the dude and the girl are both really funny. Some fucked up jokes, and some kinda potty humor. Also think its kinda cool seeing some actors from other comedies. I pretty much burned through the whole season in like 2 days. I really enjoyed it. I highly recommend check this out. Something good that you and a significant other would enjoy honestly.
If i had to rate it 4.5/5
By Lee MArcussen
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