Looking for something to watch at home this month? We’ve got you covered.
The binge-worthy fan favorite Stranger Things has hit screens again for a second season, to a great deal of fanfare. And while this season does not contain as many allusions to faith, it does contain some valuable themes related to community.
What started with the grounded world of Daredevil season one has become a breeding ground for comic book insanity. Bottomless pits at construction sites. Immortal villains. Magic superhero monks. All that and more is back to challenge our favorite street-level heroes in The Defenders.
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Based on the popular video game series, Castlevania is Netflix’s latest foray into the fantasy world with original content. Far from a lighthearted fantasy show, however, Castlevania breaches many topics of religious and sociopolitical importance. How does its approach compare with Christianity?
Netflix’s new arrivals always bring some good options. But in April, there are enough family-friendly choices to give you an entire month of family movie nights.
As in previous months, Netflix’s best new acquisitions are, for the most part, great family-friendly films.
The volume of things that come into and leave Netflix on a monthly basis can be staggering. Sometimes it can be hard to find films worth taking the time to watch. This month, however, I’m especially excited about these picks. Not only are they great films – but they’re great picks for a family viewing, as well.