Life being stranger than fiction is such a self-evident truth, you may be sitting next to true crime documentaries waiting to happen and never know. The mother you saw driving off from the gas station with a car full of kids could cause a fatal crash minutes later; your boss could be defrauding the U.S. government; the church you're a member of may secretly be a cult. Dark, we know.
Fourteen of the best fashion documentaries available on Amazon Prime provide a deep insight into the luxurious world of fashion. The streaming service provides detailed accounts of some of the most beloved figures in fashion, while shinning light on the brands, magazines and events that we know and love.
While we celebrate the achievements of pioneering Black filmmakers and creatives like Ava DuVernay, Lena Waithe, Shonda Rhimes, Tyler Perry, Gina Prince Bythewood, Will Packer, and Barry Jenkins, it raises the question: Who’s next? Who is bubbling under the surface and will become the next power player to expand the images of Black life on the big and small screens, whether as writer, producer, or director? We have a few ideas.
These are the types of films that keep you on edge as you make your way through their labyrinth of deception and immaculate storytelling. Luckily, there are plenty of them on Netflix. Here are Global Grind's picks for the 15 best psychological thrillers to get your mind right and twisted.
Your favorite TV show may one day vanish from Netflix as quickly as you binge-watched it, but the service's inventory of stand-up comedy specials has been consistently robust. Trevor Noah impersonating President Barack Obama in a music video in Afraid of the Dark is right next to Bill Burr poking fun at European obesity on Paper Tiger, which isn't far from Kevin Hart opening his What Now? special as a spy fighting duo with Halle Berry.
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