From: @Crespodiso & @PFTMedia
Brand New Cherry Flavor
Coming to Netflix August 13, 2021
Nick Antosca has found some success in serialized horror for television in the form of the “Channel Zero” series previously provided for the SyFy Channel (and now available on Shudder).
Now teaming up with Netflix, Antosca is back with a new limited series, “Brand New Cherry Flavor,” an adaptation of a novel about a person’s terrible 1990’s Hollywood experience. Am I talking about insane traffic on the 101, or the scourge of street gangs in 90’s Los Angeles, or the presence of monsters like Harvey Weinstein and Bill Cosby? Maybe, that stuff could all be featured, now that I think about it. But “Brand New Cherry Flavor” will get a little more sinister and dark with the horror, as the main character descends into a Lynchian nightmare not unlike a random scene or two from “Mulholland Drive.”
Ready for a dark, dank adventure into Hollywood’s crippling and diseased underbelly? Then take a sip of that “Brand New Cherry Flavor” that all the kids have been raving about.
🎬 Brand New Cherry Flavor [TRAILER] Coming to Netflix August 13, 2021
Bob Ross: Happy Accidents, Betrayal & Greed
Coming to Netflix August 25, 2021
The words “betrayal” and “greed” don’t really spring to mind when thinking of legendary television painter and America’s most soothing entertainer Bob Ross; known for his delightful hair and equally delightful disposition, this producer of picturesque paintings on PBS spent week after week for years showing people the literal joys of painting in his show “The Joy of Painting,” and it was pretty hard for people to have any sort of negative opinion about the guy who famously told us that in painting there are no mistakes, just happy accidents.
Will “Bob Ross: Happy Accidents, Betrayal & Greed” change people’s opinion of our favorite televised tutor?
Fortunately, it will not, because this movie will detail the legacy of Bob Ross after his death in 1995, and more specifically, how his former business partners absorbed none of the lessons he imparted and instead tried to absorb all the money associated with his good deeds. And after watching the documentary on Netflix on August 25, feel free to watch any of the numerous reruns of “The Joy of Painting,” many of which are actually on Netflix last I checked, and make yourself some happy accidents.[TRAILER COMING SOON]