I currently enjoy watching The Worst Witch on Netflix. The 2017 series, not the 1998 one. I did watch some of the latter on TV before, but visually that sucked.

I guess I like the concept of a witch academy. I mean, I have enjoyed Wednesday as well, and Little Witch Academia. Oh, and let's not forget Harry Potter, shall we? Though I enjoyed the books far more than the movies.

Might be that I actually enjoy stories that's in the real world but have a connection with the magical unknown. I know I've read a few great books with this concept, like The Dream Merchant (Dutch: De gevleugelde kat), and The Cabinet of Wonders (Dutch: De ogen van Kronos).

Mm, I think it might be time to revisit a few books I have. Got a little itch now to check out this genre again.

Omfg, I'm so in love with this Smurfs episode (from the 2021 3D animated series). πŸ˜‚ 

Hefty and Scaredy accidentally broke Papa Smurf's telescope and went into hiding. Papa Smurf is obviously upset and sets up a search party. Omfg, how can they keep hiding.. oh yeah! Let's dress up as girls! They won't suspect a thing!

Except Papa Smurf saw through their disguise immediately, but instead of exposing them he played along with the act and even let Smurfette know about this. So they all have set up an elaborate scheme, making those 2 dig deeper and deeper into their 'hiding' act.. and just.. I just cannot... lol. 🀣

I love this series.

Just finished watching A Man Called Otto. Had to wipe away a tear at the end. Nice movie, Tom Hanks played the grumpy guy really well. I liked his new neighbours, the woman was a bunch of Mexican positivity. Her husband really was a nitwit though. 😁

Ghehehe, I always love it how Toph regularly puts an emphasis on her blindness in a cheeky way.
'I've held books before, and I got to tell you, they don't exactly do it for me.'

I can't help but laugh at reading this sentence. It's so weird when taken out of context.

Even when you know the context it's still weird. πŸ˜‚

Avatar the last Airbender is still a great series. I'm currently rewatching this. Comfort food for my eyes I suppose. :)

Home (2015) is such a nice movie. I've seen it before, but it was nice to see it again. And I still think that the hair of that girl is outright gorgeous. The animators really did a splendid job there.

Goddamn, that was such an unexpected cliffhanger. I greatly enjoyed binging Dead End Paranormal Park. Not often that a cartoon series could keep me that entertained. Especially the second season picked up the pace very fast and it's all a grand storyline.

Looks like Netflix canceled the third season (typical..), which is a big bummer. It's still worth watching the series though as it's been really entertaining even though it ends with that cliffhanger. The storyline of the second season has been reasonably concluded, so that's that.

I wish the episodes were not so short, and that the 2nd season had more episodes.

But The Way of the Househusband is still hilariously ridiculous.

Oooooh! *Rubs hands* The Way of the Househusband is going to have a second season soon! πŸ˜ƒ

I see that there's Taxi and Taxi 5 available on Netflix. I've seen 1, 2, and 3 before and liked them a lot. So I decided to watch Taxi 5.

About 10 minutes in I'm like.. do I even want to finish watching this? It's all so cheap American humor in this French movie. Zero fun. Barfing (like unrealistic spraying it around) in the car is apparently hilarious... :eyeroll:

Meh, very disappointed.

Since I watched Glass Onion yesterday, I found out that it was sorta the sequel to Knives Out. Same detective.

So I thought why not, lemme watch Knives Out today! And so I did!

Oh my.. that was a complete mindfuckery going on, lol. Good one though.

Just finished watching Glass Onion. That was actually a pretty entertaining whodunnit movie. I can't really say any details about this one because everything is at risk of being a damn spoiler, lol. I thoroughly enjoyed it.

Uncle From Another World is pretty crazy. Almost as insane as The Way of the Househusband.

I just finished watching the last episode of Wednesday, and I absolutely enjoyed it. It climaxed very nicely but also left enough open for another time.

Every episode was nicely complete from start to finish, just about right. They’re about 50 minutes each but it didn’t feel too long at all.

I hope there will be a second season because I’m dying to know what’ll come next.

(p.s. not literally dying. Just to make that clear.)

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So, managed to get Prime Video working via my dad's account (2FA was a bit annoying to deal with, I guess I'll never log out again!).

So alongside with Netflix, the series I'm going to (continue) watching in the coming months are:

- Wednesday
- The Sandman
- Good Omens
- The Expanse
- The Witcher

And some more goodies. I'll have to explore Prime Video a bit more. Suggestions welcome. :)
I like me a good grand scifi/fantasy.

Just watched the first episode of Wednesday... I think I'm going to love this, absolutely gorgeous and deliciously macabre.

- That boy's family was going to file attempted murder charges. How would that have looked on your record?
- Terrible. Everyone would know I failed to get the job done.

Watched a few episodes of Nobody's Looking, a Brazilian series on Netflix. It's actually hilarious in concept.

Angeli have rules they have to follow. One angelus decides that this won't do. Breaks rules one by one. Gets the world a little bit in a mess and tries to fix it.

"Take it sleazy"
I just finished binging this and it's still as good as ever.

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