Whatever your mood is, Netflix is here to offer you the content that will suit you at that moment. Whether you want to relax, inform, enter a little drama in your day or have a good laugh, content available on this digital platform will always provide you with what you need.
Weekends are ideal for exploring those series and movies that will satisfy your filmophile passion. If you are looking for a bit more intense experience, dramatic and almost shocking, we have set up series that guarantee such an experience and keep an eye on not just throughout the episode, but throughout the entire season.
This is the content that will interest you in the first few minutes, so pay attention to the series that we make below and book a weekend for content that is impossible to stop watching.
The first season is based on the eponymous 2014 novel by Caroline Kepnes and follows Joe Goldberg, a New York bookstore manager who falls in love with a customer named Guinevere Beck and quickly becomes obsessed with her. To feed his obsession, he soon turns to social media and technology to track her presence and remove any possible obstacles that stand in the way of their romance.
In the process, it looks at the potential lengths to which the idea of “stalking is the best way to enter somebodies life”, is really applicable. The author of the book, Caroline Kepnes stated that her inspiration for the book grew out of her moving back to LA. She stated that when she moved, she noticed that “suddenly everyone was following each other and being followed, and I always thought of that as a such a negative thing,” soon creating Joe in her mind as a very real possibility of what can happen with that type of access into people’s lives.
Apart from the fact that the story is severe and frightening, it is a kind of warning to the present-day world where everything is so accessible and reminds the audience of how much caution is needed to protect us from the various dangers that they lurks.
Maniac is a TV series about two people, two strangers which are drawn to a mysterious pharmaceutical trial that will with no complications or side-effects whatsoever, solve all of their problems, permanently. However, things do not go as planned and become more and more shocking.
What would you do to have a chance to take a remedy that would solve all your problems, would you do so? In this series, two people are willing to try. But only then do they face with problems.
The Haunting of Hill House
If there is a series on Netflix with reversals, it is without doubt The Haunting of Hill House. Based on Shirley Jackson’s book, this story is backfired from the past and the present because it tells the story of a very complicated family and their dangerous home. Looking for a story that will at the same time depict the love and affinity of one family, sacrifice, fears, and security in one, you’ll find it all in exciting episodes that will keep you focused and curious about their stories and everyday battles that they face .
Black Mirror: Bandersnatch
The interactive Black Mirror: Bandersnatch movie gives viewers the opportunity to choose their own story.
Bandersnatch follows the life of video game developer Stefan Butler as he attempts to make his first video game.
There are several different choices that viewers must make, and they’ll completely change the outcome of the story depending on what is chosen. Through the various story paths, Stefan can learn about Netflix itself, that he’s being controlled by something else, that he’s been monitored his entire life, and much more. The movie has five different endings in total that all wrap up Stefan’s story in some way.
The Fall pits Stella Gibson, an ice-cold expert investigator, against Paul Specter, a handsome father and part-time serial killer who stalks, torments, and murders beautiful young women before grooming and posing their bodies. It’s a psychologically perverse battle of the wits as the two hunters do-si-do in a high stakes cat-and-mouse game, each turn leading to a new dead body.
The anthology drama based on Petra Hammesfahr’s novel of the same name, focuses on a young mother named Cora Tannetti (Jessica Biel) who has no idea why she committed a violent crime against a stranger at the beach and Detective Harry Ambrose (Bill Pullman) who believes there is something Cora isn’t saying.
Murder mysteries are a dime a dozen, which means there has to be something exceptional about any new entry in the genre for it to stand out.
The Sinner has got the goods. The Sinner has carved out a singular niche for itself by entirely skipping the question of whodunnit. There’s no race to catch the killer; the show reveals the culprit up front and makes its central pursuit the question of why. This twist on the usual formula makes The Sinner much more meditative than the standard procedural — which is perhaps the reason that season one’s slow burn went largely overlooked — and makes the show worth getting on board with now.