Use These Codes to Watch All Kinds of Television Series on Netflix

We’re still stuck inside, so we’re gonna need to be entertained, right?

Lucky for us, Netflix is so loaded with great TV shows and they have them broken down into categories that you can tap into when you use the codes we’re about to show you.

To access each of these individual categories, sign into Netflix and replace the “xxx” in this web address (www.netflix.com/browse/genre/xxx) with the corresponding code number below OR just click directly on the links we provided.

Let’s take a look at all the great TV shows that Netflix has to offer!

1. British TV Shows (52117)

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Unless you’ve been spending time living under a rock, you’ve probably noticed that there are A TON of great British TV shows right now.

Use this special code and you can watch such shows as Peaky Blinders, Marcella, and Broadchurch.

2. Crime TV Shows (26146)

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Crime programs are everywhere these days! There’s no doubt about it.

When you tap into this code, you can watch such crime TV shows as Ozark, Reckoning, Dark, and the always-popular Forensic Files.

3. Cult TV Shows (74652)

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Let’s get weird using this Netflix code!

You can watch such cult shows as The Twilight Zone, Supernatural, and many others. when you take advantage of this code.

4. Food & Travel TV (72436)

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Travel the world and try out different cuisine when you use this code.

You can watch programs like Dark Tourist, Somebody Feed Phil, and a host of others.

5. Kids’ TV (27346)

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Just because it’s labeled as Kids’ TV doesn’t mean that people of all ages can’t enjoy it.

Use this code to watch shows like What’s New, Scooby Doo?, Liv and Maddie, and Goosebumps.

6. Korean TV Shows (67879)

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Korean film and TV are hot right now and Netflix has a lot to offer.

This special code lets you watch such shows as It’s Okay to Not be Okay, Kingdom, and My Sister.

7. Miniseries (4814)

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Miniseries abound on Netflix!

And when you punch in this code you can watch such critically acclaimed series as Waco, Becoming Champions, and others.

8. Military TV Shows (25804)

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Take a deep dive into history when you use this code.

You can watch military-themed shows like Turn: Washington’s Spies, The Tudors, and many others.

9. Science & Nature TV (52780)

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How about we actually learn some stuff, huh? Doesn’t that sound good?

This category allows you to watch such science and nature shows like Ancient Aliens, Our Planet, and Exhibit A.

10. TV Action & Adventure (10673)

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If it’s action and adventure you seek, then you shall receive.

Use this code to watch Narcos, Black Summer, Hell on Wheels, and many others.

11. TV Comedies (10375)

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I don’t know about you, but I need some good laughs!

A lot of good laughs!

Use this Netflix code to watch TV comedies like Trailer Park Boys, Dead To Me, and Toast of London.

12. TV Documentaries (10105)

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If you haven’t seen Tiger King yet, then what are you waiting for?

You can watch that crazy documentary and others such as The Devil Next, The Staircase, and many others. when you use this code.

13. TV Dramas (11714)

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Netflix really does have all the drama TV shows you can handle, which is great!

Tap into this special category as you can watch series such as The Woods, Bates Motel, and The Valhalla Murders.

14. TV Horror (83059)

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Are you ready to get creeped out? Me, too!

Take advantage of this code and watch horror shows like The Haunting of Hill House, Hannibal, and Penny Dreadful.

15. TV Mysteries (4366)

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Netflix has so many mystery shows that it can be hard to keep up!

Use this special code and you can view such mystery series as Bordertown, Safe, The Sinner, and Hinterland.

16. TV Sci-Fi & Fantasy (1372)

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Do you like your TV series to be in the science fiction and fantasy world?

Check out this code and you can watch such programs as Black Mirror, Dark, The Order, and Outlander.

17. Reality TV (9833)

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Reality TV is still a huge hit after all these years.

Some of the ones you can watch when you use these Netflix codes include Floor Is Lava, The Great British Baking Show, and Selling Sunset.

I think it’s safe to say that these shows will keep all of us busy for quite a while, don’t you think?

Now we want to hear from you.

In the comments, tell us which shows have been your favorite in the past year or so! Thanks in advance for the recommendations!

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Enjoy All the Anime Movies and Shows You Can Handle With These Codes From Netflix

I’m pretty unfamiliar with the world of anime, so these codes from Netflix have been a big help in getting acclimated to all the different types of movies the genre has to offer.

And now we want you to enjoy them, as well.

To access each of these individual categories, sign into Netflix and replace the “xxx” in this web address (www.netflix.com/browse/genre/xxx) with the corresponding code number below OR just click directly on the links we provided.

Are you ready to get your animation on?

Let’s take a look!

1. Adult Animation (11881)

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Adult animation is great!

Use this code and you can enjoy such R-Rated animation programs as F is For Family, Big Mouth, and Paradise PD.

2. Anime Action (2653)

Is anime action more your speed? Well, step right up!

Use this code and you can watch titles like Hunter X HunterB: The Beginning, Saint Seiya, and others.

3. Anime Comedies (9302)

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Let’s get our laugh on! Anime style!

When you use this Netflix code, you can check out series like K-On!, Aggretsuko, and Pop Team Epic.

4. Anime Dramas (452)

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Now you can get dramatic in animated fashion.

When you tap into this Netflix code, you can watch movies like A Whisker Away, A Silent Voice, and In This Corner of the World.

5. Anime Sci-Fi (2729)

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There are quite a few science fiction films in the animated category that you can check out.

Use this special code to enjoy titles like Sword Art Online, 7 Seeds, and many others.

6. Anime Horror (10695)

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Now we’re talking!

Horror is great in any form, including when it’s animated!

In this category, you can watch Devilman Crybaby, Vampire Knight, and all kinds of others!

7. Anime Fantasy (11146)

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If you need your animated fantasy fix, Netflix has you covered.

When you utilize this code, you can watch such series as Attack on Titan, Beastars, Black Butler, and others.

A lot of great movies and shows to watch in that category, no doubt about it.

Do you have any other recommendations for animated movies or TV shows?

If so, please share them with us in the comments!

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If You’re Looking For a Mask, ‘Tiger King’ Star Carole Baskin Has Got You Covered!

Going outside right now requires you to shower, get your deodorant, keys, phone, and face mask. Like any other accessories, you may need more than one face mask, or you may decide that you need more than one in case it gets dirty.

In either case, Tiger King’s Carol Baskin has announced that she also sells masks. That’s right! The director of The Big Cat Rescue decided to put her eccentricities to good use. She’s also been proactive about keeping people safe during the pandemic.

Thus far, the masks are available in leopard and black, and Baskin sells them for $11. Plus, profits made from selling these masks will go toward supplying free face masks to first responders.

As you can expect, the text on the masks is here trademark feline-related, “Hey all you cool cats and kittens.”

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Of course, it goes without saying that Baskin has remained busy. One of her current pet projects is to advocate for felines during the COVID19 pandemic by educating the public about the risks their pets may face if they contract the virus. Her website says,

“As someone who’s worked with exotic cats since the 1970’s, you can’t sanitize them.  Have you ever tried to baptize a cat?  Even if you could hose them down with antiseptic shampoo between each petting session, there is so much we don’t know about how zoonotic diseases are spread that we are playing with fire anytime we come into close contact with the wild cats.

There are so many reasons why it is cruel to the cubs and their mothers, when they are bred to be used as pay to play props, but right now maybe people should think about themselves.  Why is engaging in a few moments of animal abuse worth it to you, if you could be the next typhoid Mary to infect your loved ones with a virus that has no cure and is proving to be far more fatal than any before it?  Even if the coronavirus isn’t the one to wipe out a substantial percentage of humans; we obviously didn’t see this one coming and we don’t know what’s coming next.”

Regardless of what we think of Baskin, it seems she’s doing well for herself and her cats, and trying to lend a hand.

Are you a Tiger King fan? Let us know what you think of Baskin’s new business venture!

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People Talk About Fans They’ve Seen Do Totally Crazy Things

Some industries attract rabid fans that border on absolutely insane.

Sports teams, certain bands and singers, and especially hobbies.

And sometimes fans will do almost ANYTHING to pledge their allegiance to a person, a group, or a specific thing.

Hey, people are kind of insane.

I’ve been a lifelong Chicago Blackhawks game and I’ve barely missed watching a game in the past 25 years, but even I show a little restraint…most of the time.

AskReddit users shared their stories.

1. High in the sky.

“Skydivers living in their cars. I’ve known multiple skydivers who choose to live out of their cars to be at the drop zone 24/7. These are not people who couldn’t afford an apartment or couldn’t commute.

But they work at the DZ and choose to live in their cars so they are there literally 100% of the time to either be jumping for $ or spending those $s jumping.

I get it. It’s a great sport, but shit.”

2. Disney fanatics.

“I’m going to include this one since I haven’t seen it with Disneyland.

Some people are so rabid for the park that they’ve named and keep track of the stray cats on the property. I’ve seen a few employees/cast members yelled at because they couldn’t tell them the exact location of their favorite cat.”

3. Weirdos.

“In college, I worked on a photo essay about a haunted house that took its job very seriously – actors wore no masks (only special effects make-up, and it was good), had to create full characters and yelling or saying “boo” was verboten.

You had to create a full character and dialogue. It was a super scary house – the highest-level actors who spooked people out front even carried real weapons. I acted there one night, wearing several layers of latex on my face and breaking blood capsules in my mouth for added effect, and it was one of the most fun nights of my life.

The house attracted a lot of D&D/gaming/nerd types, and some of these people took this INCREDIBLY SERIOUSLY. Many of them never showered for the duration of the season – about two months, if not longer – so that you smelled them long before you heard or saw them in the house. It really did add to the scare factor.

But one woman, who had a spot in a wooded trail between buildings, took it to the next level. All day during season, she would binge eat – she was tiny, but she would eat these massive meals all day. Then, when hiding in the bushes, she’d stuff blood capsules into her mouth to make herself throw up massive, bloody puddles. It was … horrifying.”

4. These are MY animals.

“Worked in public education at a zoo.

Every zoo gets some crazies who think if the animals as their pets. One guest, o will call her Now, loved our great apes and jaguars. When our much loved bonobo died, all the staff were sad. He was old and had passed of heart failure.

And then I realized that N was probably coming in that day as I hadn’t seen her the day before. I grabbed my boss, and the next hour was radio calls around the zoo determining who had to be the one to tell N. I threatened to quit if it fell on me.

It was determined the primate supervisor had to tell N as the supervisor had been the one to discover the death that morning. When N arrived at the main entrance, the supervisor was called, and several security people stationed themselves bear the bonobo exhibit. When N got the news, she cried a bit and went home to mourn. We were relieved.

And then N showed up the next day screaming at staff that we didn’t even attempt CPR on a bonobo who’s end we had been expecting for months. Then she started grabbing guests and telling them how terrible the zoo staff were.

Police were called. Within a couple of weeks there was a restraining order in place and N is still not allowed on the property more than a decade later.

I wish that was the only restraining order against a guest in my time there, but it sadly was not.”

5. Groupies.

“Used to be a professional musician.

Did a tour with a band called Bring Me The Horizon. Girls would line up outside of their bus every single night to catch a glimpse of their singer, Oli. One night, some girl who was maaaybe 14, saw me play (in a separate band entirely), and approached me.

This wasn’t uncommon, but the first thing she asked was, “Have you ever shaken Oli’s hand???” I said that I had. She then asked if she could hold/kiss my hand. It was insane.

For the record, I vehemently declined her request.”

6. Coaster enthusiast.

“I used to work at a coaster called Dragon Challenge (Formerly Dueling Dragons) at Universal Orlando. We had a coaster enthusiast known as Raptor Jo (named after the Raptor coaster) who would visit often and give us candy, cakes, and other gifts.

She was usually nice, but she was a bit of a nut and has tattoos of at least a dozen coasters all over her. When Dragons was torn down to make room for a new Harry Potter coaster, Raptor Jo was pissed, decided to boycott Universal, changed her Dragons tattoo to add a gravestone, and added a full window decal to the back of her car that says “RIP my babies 1999-2017″.

She still comments on a lot of team members posts on social media.”

7. They’re pretty intense.

“Historical re-enactors are in an arms race over who can make themselves the most miserable in a weekend because it makes the hobby “authentic.”

I think the most extreme situation I heard of was Civil War re-enactors intentionally soiling their uniforms and rubbing spoiled meat on themselves so when they got “shot” they would smell like rotting corpses.”

8. Here’s an idea.

“Used to work at a Subway when Jared was at the height of his pitch man fame and we had an overweight woman who came there breakfast, lunch and dinner every day without fail.

She would pitch us on the idea of a “Bride of Jared” commercial that parodied “Bride of Frankenstein”, like we sandwich artists had any say in the company’s marketing.”

9. He’s back…

“I worked at Nickelodeon Universe at the Mall of America for 4 years throughout college. One of our regulars was a middle-aged black guy who – no joke – ALWAYS wore a purple suit, 1 white bedazzled glove, and carried a cane (for looks, didn’t seem like he used it to walk).

I literally never heard him say a word in the entire time I worked there, not sure if he was mute/deaf, and he would come in at least once a week. He would ride every single ride by himself, even the little kiddie rides, once and then leave.

Never learned his name or anything about him, but every time he saw me he’d run over and give me a fist bump.

He was a super pleasant guy, just very eccentric. It’s been about 4 years since I worked there, not sure if he’s still coming in or not.”

10. A Pizza Hut obsession.

“Used to work at Pizza Hut.

At least once per week this guy came into our store at 2 orders of spaghetti with extra sauce. He would also do this at other locations so he had Pizza hut spaghetti probably 5-6 times a week.

After eating he would go sit in his car and blankly stair into space for several hours before driving away.”

11. This is a complete mystery to me.

“Phish and Dead fans.

I know a few like this. One has 50+ terabytes of just Grateful Dead shows dating back to before his birth and something like $15k in mint original concert posters framed on his walls.

I would try not to talk to him about music when we were in the work truck together for fear that he would never stop.”

12. College sports.

“I’ve worked in higher ed for 30 years. The obsession over college sports, especially in Division 1, is just nuts. I know people who chose a college because of a team. No mention of whether the university actually offered coursework in their intended major – they just wanted to get tickets.

I’ve worked on campuses where coaches and athletic directors were more powerful than the chancellors or presidents.

Clark Kerr was more correct than he knew when he said that the three purposes of a university were parking for the faculty, sports for the alumni, and sex for the students.”

13. At the water park.

“Worked at a water park. We had this couple that bought season tickets to the park every year. They were avid money collectors. Essentially what they did was they would rotate between our lazy rivers and our wave pool and just collect change that people dropped at the bottom of the pools.

They were there practically every day during the summer. They were obsessed with collecting lost money at the bottom of the pool. They claim that they collect enough money to buy season tickets every year and food at the park (which means they’ve collected several hundred dollars over the course of the summer).”

14. You’re going pro whether you like it or not!

“Hockey dads were the worst growing up. You could tell whose dad was trying to push their kid into the NHL stardom that they couldn’t reach.

Its the guy sitting in the stands watching every practice and screaming like a lunatic.

Wrestling dads are a close second.”

15. This is creepy.

“Okay, so let me just say upfront I don’t think the career I had would generally attract rabid enthusiasts – but I ended up getting a really creepy fan boy regardless. I was a forensic death investigator – forensics police officers that generally work with the DA’s office and/or the Medical Examiners office – so I guess we would get the occasional person who thought it was interesting because they’d seen CSI or Law and Order a few times.

Anyway, fanboy showed up to a suspected homicide scene and was chattering at the poor uni’s guarding the scene and trying to snap a few pics. So I figured he was really nosy, tone deaf press – gave him a scolding and told him that what he was doing wasn’t appropriate and was disrespectful of the decedent.

He agreed and left and I figured that was the last I’d see of him. But no, a week later the same guy showed up at another questionable scene but it doesn’t click that something is seriously off until he shows up at what turned out to be a suicide a complete county away from the last scene.

Apparently I wasn’t alone in my concerns as he was creeping out some of the other investigators that noticed him while working their cases too.

I get one of my coworkers to shake him down – see who the hell he is and what business he has to be here. Sure we get rubberneckers all the time who are curious and a bit morbid but no big deal, once the excitement passes they move on.

Guy has no criminal record and doesn’t work for the press so one of my superiors had a talk with him that he was making people nervous and it looked pretty shady to just start showing up at crime scenes.

Guy takes the hint for a while and decides a new tactic – fucker shows up at one of my favorite dive bars. Now I’m a 5’7” woman who doesn’t look imposing in the least, I also made it a point to live well away from where I work for various reasons.

He tries to buy me a drink chat me up with some of the creepiest shit I have ever heard – “What’s the worst crime scene you’ve investigated?,” “Have you ever worked on a case where the victim was dismembered?,” “Do you think rape/murder cases are really about power dynamics and not sexually motivated?”

I completely shut him down, not even trying to be polite and he seemed a little put off but not apologetic in the least. I put in notice with the DA’s office and ME’s office to give them a heads up and start a paper trail for an RO. He’s served with a cease and desists a few days later.

Not even 24 hours after the cease and desist is delivered he’s back to shadowing crime scenes like it’s going out of style and even gets into an altercation with one of the uniformed officers.

He gets slammed with trespassing, obstruction, and a few other charges but since he has no record he’s let out on bail – and shows up to a scene I’m working. We get into a scuffle after her breaks one of my guy’s nose to get onto the scene and my partner and I finally get him cuffed.

So, turns out he had a police scanner and a lot of creepy journals in his car – as well as notes on where I lived and worked along with info on one of the other female investigators.

Yeah, I never thought people would be that obsessed with crime scenes, forensics, or the like that they’d end up going to jail – but here we are.”

16. That’s wild.

“Train enthusiasts have been known to break into rail facilities and steal stuff off the more unique or rare equipment.

It’s a fairly regular occurrence… and often ruins it for the rest of us, as it’ll put that piece of equipment out of circulation.”

Wow…some people get a little obsessed, huh?

How about you?

Have you ever had to deal with obsessive fans?

Or maybe YOU’RE a crazy fan of something?

Tell us all about it in the comments!

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Film Industry Workers Discuss What Work is Like When Everyone Knows They’re Making a Terrible Movie

Have you seen The Disaster Artist?

It’s a movie that came out in 2017 and it’s about the making of a film called The Room, which was released in 2003.

If you haven’t seen The Room, I encourage you to check it out because it is unintentionally one of the funniest movies ever made. It’s totally ridiculous, over the top, and has gained a cult following simply because of how bad it is.

The Disaster Artist perfectly captures the feeling of the people who worked on the set of The Room and it is pretty hilarious because they all know it’s going to be awful.

Here are some amusing stories from folks on AskReddit who worked on sets for projects that everyone knew were going to turn out bad.

Enjoy!

1. I love Roger Corman!

“I worked on a few Roger Corman movies in the 90’s so we knew were were making cheap throwaway films. Most of the people there were working to get experience and have a few things to put on resumes.

Things that would drop off quickly when better things came along. Just about everyone worked as hard as they could and had a great time busting our ass to make “Carnosaur III”.”

2. You can have some shitty days.

“I’m a camera operator.

It entirely depends on the mind set of the director and producer. In the entertainment industry, you’re working on people’s personal art in a lot of ways which can make those who created it take criticism personally. Much yelling and insults are thrown about when those in charge are having a bad day.

That can make for a REALLY shitty day if you’re the one they’re taking it out on. Those who say no one cares and it’s all for a paycheck don’t work closely with the creators.”

3. Uh oh…

“I recently worked as 1st Assistant Director for a short film and it was literally the director thinking that this script was all great but it had shitty dialogue and a terrible story that was unoriginal.

The producer had the same train of thought and cared for little pre production which made my job harder. Basically I had to convince the director and producer to get this one shot outside before sunset which they thought they could get later on.

Afterwards the DP thanked me and the director/producer turned around from their angst about moving from the location we were shooting a few scenes at to get this one shot.

This does not translate to every film job but it just shows how much pre production needs to be as big as a focus as production.”

4. Boring…

“My husband was a character actor for many years in movies. (Yes, you would have seen him) With very few exceptions, everyone is very professional on big movies, because that’s what it takes to get that far.

Someone is putting up a lot of money to pay all these people and everyone is serious about it. Sure there might be some eye rolling or lighting truck banter about some corny scene or whatever, but most people are just paying attention to their jobs, there is so much to do. Except for the actors.

The one time I went on the set, it was for a B movie he was essentially doing as a favor, had some ex-big stars in it, the call was for 7 am and he didn’t shoot until 3:30! We sat in a trailer watching tv all day. I don’t know how they do it. Gah! The boredom!”

5. Different experiences.

“I was in a movie for ScyFy.

Going in to it you know it’s not Shakespeare. Most people have the same attitude about it and that can make for a looser atmosphere. There is a ton of goofing around and generally not taking anything too seriously.

The pressure is less for a movie of that calibre. Because of that there is room to improvise. There is something fun about being in something terrible…sometimes. On the other hand, I have been in a bad TV show for ABC and it was not such a good time.

The pressure from the execs was palpable and it made everyone stress. The amount of money and resources that goes in to a show like that is mind boggling. When you have two weeks to shoot one show with huge set pieces and a large ensemble it makes the work less about getting it right and more about getting it in the can and off to the Studio.

We still had fun, but the pressure made for some interesting days.”

6. No clue.

“I was just the lead in a feature where the director really had no idea what he was doing. In almost every scene he broke some of the most basic rules of narrative filmmaking. In the very first cut of the movie he broke the 180 degree rule.

As the lead, I was in 90+ of 116 pages of the script and was filming 14-16 hours a day doing everything I could to try to make this film the best it could. Every time I caught him breaking a rule, I called him out on it.

He didn’t HIRE A CREW to help him make this movie. He hired a sound guy and figured he could do the rest. I’ve seen some of the footage and I think he was misled by his ego. The camerawork is unrewardingly ambitious and distracting.

Luckily for him he hired a great cast (not trying to say anything about myself, just the rest of the team). We, as the cast, became the crew. Every night, I helped hammer out the schedule for the next day, figure out what props we need, what scenes we didn’t get or need to reshoot, etc.

It was a headache after you’ve just filmed for 14 hours and am doing something that should have been done months ago.

All in all, we had hope that it’ll turn out alright. None of us really saw much of a future for it, but there might be some decent scenes to pull from.

It’s probably going to come out this summer and because my face is in almost every single scene, I can already tell I’m going to cringe almost the entire time watching it.”

7. Hard to tell.

“I have found its hard to tell if the film is really that bad. I mean I bet there were crew members on the original star wars going, “what the hell is this?!”.

I think its a bit of the opposite, every show/film is a gig and you’re working your position maybe trying to get moved up on the next show if the crew stays together.

But sometimes when you’re on something great you realize this. I saw this with my dad who was a production recordist. Worked show to show but then got on some no name show called “Seinfeld”. He rode that out year after year because he knew he was apart of something once in a life time.

Also the producers of Seinfeld were incredibly giving to their crews.”

8. A shoulder to cry on.

“I do Craft Service for a living and if things are going poorly I’m the first person everyone comes crying to, there’s comfort in snacks.

The crew, above the line people excluded, could care less whether the commercial/music video/ movie looks bad.

All they want is good pay, good food, and coffee.”

9. It depends…

“In my experience it can vary depending on who you’re around. Some people will realize what’s going on, then there are those who are going to believe in the product until the reviews come in.

For example, working on Pompeii the wardrobe department had made up pins that said stuff like “I wish a real volcano would hit this set” and you’d see a few people in the crew wearing them, but making sure not have them too visible down at the set because Paul w. S. Takes himself very seriously despite the amount of campy shit he puts out.”

10. Complete shit.

“I worked as a PA on a really low budget film in the 90s. Wasn’t in the industry, just that it was being filmed near my house and my friend was PA on the crew and offered me something to do for the summer.

The morale was complete shit. Nobody wanted to help anyone else. I had to argue with the producer to get $10 to buy nails so I could build a wall for the set. He wanted me to look around to see if there were any in the sawdust in the shop floor first.

The AD was getting the dick from the DP in a remote area of the location every day, and then she went OTR or something and started fighting with him openly on the set. Nasty, vicious stuff.

Oh and the food sucked.”

11. If…

“If the film is terrible but the production is smooth, that’s one thing; you can make fun of what’s going on, kind of just kid around on set, and deal with it. If the film is both terrible and terribly run, then you’re really in for a shitty ride.

If the crew isn’t really cared for, then a shitty project makes it all the more unbearable to keep trucking for. Of course, one keeps on trucking anyway because it’s still a credit.

But there have been times when I’ve dipped out of a project because it’s unpaid, poorly managed, and a total piece of shit on the other end–no upside at all.”

12. Won’t do that anymore.

“I did a few straight-to-dvd movies when I was just starting out and honestly I was optimistic it was just my inexperience leading to thinking it was bad …. and that the shitty script would get taken care of by good acting, and the bad acting would get fixed with good editing and the bad editing was when I gave up.

It was all around bad from the start, but I thought some saving grace would swoop in and save it at some point. And that’s why I don’t do indie (or low budget, straight-to-dvd) films anymore.

Why am I gonna bust my ass 22 hours a day for someone else’s shitty art?”

13. This is funny.

“Kind of a funny story about the filming of Super Mario Bros in 1993. Read this in the IMDb trivia… I personally love that movie:

“In his 2007 autobiography John Leguizamo states he and Bob Hoskins hated working on the film and would frequently get drunk to make it through the experience. Both men apparently knew the movie would turn out bad, so they simply tried to make the best of it. He also stated he felt one of the biggest reasons the movie turned out the way it did was because the directors wanted a more “adult” movie while the studio, considering the source material, was looking for a children’s film.”

14. Interesting…

“I saw a documentary that interviewed crew from the first Star Wars movie. A lot of them thought what they were going was laughable and ridiculous.

They thought the movie didn’t have a chance in the theaters. I can only imagine their attitude on set. When the movie came out the discouraged crew members were quite humbled, proud that they worked on the movie, and felt sorry for not working harder for Mr. Lucas.”

15. Don’t have much input.

“At the moment I am working as a camera assistant on adverts tv and film. The most common problem I come across is, that the camera man knows that a shot the director wants looks like shit.

But unfortunately, the camera man is not really allowed much input. The shot keeps on looking like crap and the director blames the cameraman saying he is doing it wrong when really the shot would never work in the first place.

Spent many a shooting day on one shot that is scraped on edit.”

Have you ever worked on a film or a TV show and you knew it was going to be a piece of garbage during the production?

If so, please share your stories with us in the comments!

We look forward to hearing from you!

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A Florida Sheriff Confirms the Belief That Carole Baskin’s Late Husband’s Will Was Forged

Even if you haven’t seen Tiger King on Netflix, you’ve heard enough about it to at least garner the basics. To recap, though, Carole Baskin owns a big cat rescue in Florida, and she is the sworn enemy of Oklahoman big cat breeder Joe Exotic.

In the documentary series, much was made about the disappearance of Baskin’s second husband, Don Lewis, from whom she inherited millions of dollars.

Exotic insinuated (and outright stated) that Baskin killed Don Lewis and perhaps fed him to her tigers or order to cash in, a claim that Don’s family didn’t discredit.

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Sheriff Confirms Carole Baskin’s Missing Husband’s Will Was Forged -written by @lysshoekstra ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ After watching ‘Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness’, everybody’s favorite person to hate—became Carol Baskin, aka enemy #1 if you’re asking Joe Exotic. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ There were so many storylines to follow between Joe’s reality show, the polygamy, the zoo employee who lost her arm to a Tiger, a potential cult, aswell as the disappearance of #Carole Baskin’s husband, #DonLewis. Lewis mysteriously disappeared and then was declared legally dead in 2002, leaving Baskin with his 10 million dollar fortune. Since watching the show, many fans have theorized that she had something to do with her husband’s disappearance. However, investigators say, there’s been no evidence to prove it that theory. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Now, a sheriff in Florida has revealed that officers believe the signature on Lewis' will was actually forged. Hillsborough County Sheriff, Chad Chronister clarifies, he believes the signature on the will was traced. “They had two experts deem it 100 percent a forgery. But, we knew that … we knew that before," Chronister tells Tampa’s WTSP-TV. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ An unnamed woman came forward and confessed to being forced to witness the signatures, though the statute of limitations has already expired in regards to the will, the sheriff says. "The will had already been executed at that point. But, it certainly cast another shadow of suspicion, by all means." ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ But Chronister says Baskin is not a suspect, and adds that “investigators have some great leads."

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It turns out that law enforcement in the case also believes that, at the very least, Lewis’ will was forged.

During a June 2 interview, local Sheriff Chad Chronister made a statement that he believes the will is “100 percent a forgery.”

“We knew that before. The problem was the statute of limitations had already expired. The will had already been executed at that point.

A judge deemed it valid, so the civil side of it would be execution of the will, the disbursements of the funds is one thing.

But then yo have the criminal side of it, it’s unable to be prosecuted because of the statute of limitations.”

There are several people involved with the case, including Lewis’ friend Joseph Fritz and two different handwriting experts, who believe Lewis’ signature on his will is traced from his 1991 marriage record.

In addition, the notary and the power of attorney on the documents have no memory of authenticating them.

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REPOST. With everyone doing the right thing and staying at home, many of you have watched the Netflix documentary #TigerKing. One facet of the documentary is correct, the disappearance of Don Lewis is still an active cold case. So, with all the attention surrounding it, I figured it was time to use the popularity of the show to see if anyone wanted to come forward with new leads. Share this post, share it on your stories and timelines and let’s see if we can’t solve this case together. If you have any new information, please call the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office at 813-247-8200 #tigerking #carolbaskin #donlewis #netflix #tiger #bigcatrescue #joeexotic #tigerkingnetflix

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Baskin has maintained that she had nothing to do with the disappearance, calling the allegations “the most ludicrous of all lies,” and hasn’t made a statement about the possibly forged will.

Several months ago, Sheriff Chronister revealed the county was reopening Lewis’ case, and that he personally believes Don was murdered. He has also stated that the department has some “great leads” to work with going forward.

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Elmo Is on Instagram, With Mom and Dad’s Permission of Course

Parents are looking for ways to entertain their kids right now. As the parent of two kids under four, I can tell you that we’re definitely on the hunt for age-appropriate entertainment…and also that we’re way more willing for that entertainment to come to us via a screen than we were a few months ago.

And listen. I know Elmo can be a little grating and he’s a Muppet and all of that, but toddlers love him. All of them, no exception, and do you know why?

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Because Elmo is them. Unapologetically. And everyone loves to see themselves on television right?

I’m guessing that’s also going to hold true for social media, and that kids everywhere (with their parents permission) are going to love following Elmo’s exploits there, too.

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As of today, you and your kiddos can follow @Elmo, though so far he’s only posted six pictures…that added up to one big picture of his face.

“Yaaaaaat Elmo’s first picture is done! Elmo is excited to be on Instagram!”

Elmo is the first of the Sesame Street friends to join the social media platform, and we can expect to see him connect with loved ones and celebrities all over the world.

He’s also expected to post about his new talk show, The Not Too Late Show with Elmowhich is set to premiere on HBO Max at the end of May 2020. On it, Elmo will interview celebrities, play music with his friends, do comedy sketches, play games, and highlight Elmo’s bedtime routine.

Don’t worry – if your kids ask why Elmo is allowed an Instagram account and they’re not, his bio clearly states that he’s running it “with the help of Elmo’s mommy and daddy.”

I think we all know how well things would go if three-year-olds ran Instagram.

I mean…probably not that different than it is now. If we’re being honest.

Have fun following @Elmo – I know we’re going to!

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Enjoy Music-Themed Films With These Special Codes on Netflix

In regard to these films, we’re not talking about “musicals” per se, but movies that are music-related or musically-themed. Like documentaries and concert films, with some movies that could be considered musicals such as Mary Poppins Returns.

Are you ready to sing your little heart out?!?!

To access each of these individual categories, sign into Netflix and replace the “xxx” in this web address (www.netflix.com/browse/genre/xxx) with the corresponding code number below OR just click directly on the links we provided.

Or you can just tap into the overall Music category to see all of them together by clicking HERE if you’d prefer.

Let’s see what these categories have to offer!

1. Kids Music (52843)

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This is the category where you’ll find such films definitely have some musical aspects in them.

Examples include the aforementioned Mary Poppins Returns, the classic Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.

2. Country & Western/Folk (1105)

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Do you love classic American music such as Country Western and folk?

If so, you’ll want to explore this category on Netflix to watch such movies as Rolling Thunder Revue, Echo in the Canyon, and Sturgill Simpson Presents Sound and Fury.

3. Latin Music (10741)

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If Latin music is more your bag, Netflix has a good selection of films that will make you happy.

Using this code, you can view such titles as Los Tigres Del Norte at Folsom Prison, The Queen of Flow, and many others.

4. World Music Concerts (2856)

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This is a really cool category that allows you to watch all kinds of great films that explore world music.

Tap into this code to watch films like Reincarnated, Abdo Mota, and Camarón Revolution.

I think that will fill you up with all your music needs, don’t you?

Do you have any other music-related films to recommend to us?

If so, please share them with us in the comments!

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Watch Plenty of Sci-Fi and Fantasy Films When You Use These Special Codes From Netflix

I’ve never been the biggest science fiction or fantasy fan in my life, but I’ve become way more interested in it during the past few years.

Maybe it’s because it seems like we’re headed toward a dystopian nightmare as a species!

Good times!

Do you want to watch a whole lot of quality sci-fi and fantasy movies? Well, you’re in luck, because Netflix has a bunch of secret codes you can use to access sub-genres of these types of films.

To access each of these individual categories, sign into Netflix and replace the “xxx” in this web address (www.netflix.com/browse/genre/xxx) with the corresponding code number below OR just click directly on the links we provided.

Let’s take a look at the different genres you can explore

1. Action Sci-Fi & Fantasy (1568)

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This sub-genre seems to be very, very popular these days.

When you tap into this page using the code on Netflix, you can watch such flicks as Snowpiercer, Minority Report, and Cloverfield.

2. Alien Sci-Fi (3327)

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You can never get enough of alien movies, am I right?

Of course, I am!

Utilize this secret code and enjoy such alien movies as District 9, The Signal, and many others.

3. Fantasy Movies (9744)

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Is fantasy more your speed? If so, you’re in luck.

Type in that secret Netflix code and you can watch such mind-bending flicks as Pan’s Labyrinth, Underworld, The Last Airbender, and others.

4. Sci-Fi Adventure (6926)

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I have a feeling a lot of you are going to like the offerings in this genre.

Open up this category and you can view such films as Avengers: Infinity War, all three Back to the Future films, and Solo: A Star Wars Story.

5. Sci-Fi Dramas (3916)

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Let’s get weird AND dramatic, shall we?

With the Sci-Fi Drama code, you can enjoy titles like Bird Box, Moon (a great movie, in my personal opinion), and Black Mirror: Bandersnatch.

6. Sci-Fi Horror Movies (1694)

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Let’s get really creepy, okay?

When you combine science fiction and horror, you know it’s gonna be a scare-fest.

When you tap into this code, you can watch such disturbing movies as Apollo 18, Tremors, and Cloverfield.

7. Sci-Fi Thrillers (11014)

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When you use this secret code on Netflix, you get to watch movies that are a great combination of science fiction and thrillers.

Watch such movies as In the Shadow of the Moon, The Endless, Transcendence, and How It Ends.

There’s a lot of great stuff in there to watch when you’re stuck at home!

Now we want to hear from you!

In the comments, share some of your favorite science fiction and fantasy movies that you think we should check out.

Please and thank you!

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Celebrity Photo Mashups That Are Interesting to Look At

There’s a person on Instagram named Benji who does some pretty crazy celebrity mashups that you have to see to believe.

Benji creates these mashups so seamlessly that it’s hard to tell where one face ends and another begins.

He has quite a following on Instagram as well, with over 100,000 followers.

Let’s take a look at his work. Trust me, it’s pretty great.

1. Scarlett Johansson & Billie Eilish

Who do you see more of in this one?

2. Maya Hawke & Uma Thurman

Daughter and mother all mashed up.

3. Tom Holland & Shawn Mendes

What do you think of this one?

4. Jake Gyllenhaal & Tom Holland

Here’s another with Tom Holland and another guy you might have heard of.

5. James Franco & James Dean

Franco actually played Dean once, so this is pretty interesting.

6. Henry Cavill & Tom Welling

Is that Superman I see?

7. Jennifer Connelly & Liv Tyler

Both of these ladies are gorgeous.

8. Jessica Alba & Ariana Grande

Do you see the resemblance?

9. Camila Mendes & Vanessa Hudgens

It’s all in the eyes.

10. Marilyn Monroe & Britney Spears

Going WAY back for this one.

11. Emily Blunt & Katy Perry

Take a looooong look.

12. Keanu Reeves & Johnny Depp

I can see both of the actors in this one.

13. Jamie Dornan & Chris Pratt

Side note: if you haven’t seen The Fall with Jamie Dornan, I highly recommend it.

14. Mila Kunis & Emma Stone

A tough one to decipher.

Those are kind of crazy, don’t you think?!?!

And the longer you stare at them, the more they seem to morph into each other.

Very strange, indeed…

In the comments, tell us which ones you like the best.

And let us know some other celeb mashups you’d like to see from Benji.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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