Tag: Netflix

The real horror in ‘Birdbox’

Netflix screen

By: BRENDAN MCDANIEL Columnist I have nothing against Netflix. The convenience of services like the streaming giant are the main reason I no longer have cable TV, and I almost always have Netflix on somewhere in my home.  I say this because I want it to be known that I have no grudge against Netflix

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Salisbury’s Take: Who needs a break this week?

By: STEPHEN M. SALISBURY Columnist My last few columns have been about super serious topics, so when I sat down to write this week, I thought I might like to lighten things up a bit. I don’t know about you, but one of my favorite things in the world to do is nothing! Jerry Seinfeld

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The sweet and sober charm of ‘Derek’

By Dylan Lemert Columnist    A man of diverse talent, Ricky Gervais is generally known for his outspoken nature and scathing brand of satire. The 52-year-old Brit is perhaps most famous for his portrayal of David Brent, the egotistically juvenile manager of Hernham Hogg paper company in the much-acclaimed U.K. version of “The Office.” Watching

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