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Archi Sengupta

Netflix’s The Boys in the Band Review: Cruelty at the Hands of Friends

Netflix's The Boys in the Band has its entertaining bits, but it's so cruel that it will make you uncomfortably shift in your seats.

Netflix’s The Barrier Episode 3 Review: A Daring Attempt

The Barrier episode 3 takes the action-packed route and gives us three different plots to ponder on.

Netflix’s Signs Season 2 Review: Sadly, Back at it Again

Netflix's Signs season 2 is just as meandering and directionless as its predecessor, with plots and subplots coming and going with no resolution in sight.

The Third Day Episode 3 Review: Never Trust Cults

The Third Day episode 3 ties up all the loose ends but still keeps some ambiguity. Although the twist is a bit difficult to digest, it's still extremely enjoyable.

Netflix’s Whose Vote Counts, Explained Review: The Grim Reality of the Voting System

Netflix and Vox's Whose Vote Counts, Explained talks about how the voting system works in the US and also draws attention towards the dark underbelly of the system.

Netflix’s A Perfect Crime Review: A Crime Never Solved

Netflix's A Perfect Crime aims to provide perspective to the assassination of Detlev Rohwedder. It also talks about different political and social unrests during those times.

Netflix’s The School Nurse Files Review: Entertaining and Absolutely Bonkers!

Netflix's The School Nurse Files is an entertaining, albeit bonkers, show that's a thriller, horror, drama and comedy wrapped in one crazy box.

Netflix’s The Chef Show Season 2 Review: Mouth-Watering and Entertaining

Netflix's The Chef Show season 2 features some good hosts, talented chefs and mouth-watering dishes. It's a great mixture of entertainment and food.

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