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These are the movies I’ve seen in the theater, Netflix DVD, DVD/Blu-Ray, or cable. Netflix launched in 1998 and the company started by sending consumers DVDs to rent. The luxury of Netflix was that you could pick what movie you wanted from the comfort of your home and keep it for as long as you wanted, with no late fees. Once you shipped the movie back you got another one.
It is the DVD service that eventually pushed Blockbuster out of business. The first Netflix DVD shipped was Beetlejuice (1988) on March 10, 1998! I have been a member since 1999.
|Ace Ventura Pet Detective||Comedy/Crime||1994|
|Along Came Polly||Comedy||2004|
|Batman: Under the Red Hood||Animated/Comics||2010|
|Batman vs Robin||Animated/Comics||2015|
|Christmas Vacation – The Review Continued…||Comedy||1989|
|Caught in the Crossfire||Crime/Drama||2010|
|Five Minutes of Heaven||Drama/Thriller||2009|
|House of the Rising Sun||Crime/Action||2011|
|The Secret Life of Pets||Animated/Comedy||2016|
|Smokin’ Aces 2: Assassins’ Ball||Action/Thriller||2010|
|The Social Dilemma||Documentary/Drama||2020|
|Wonder Woman 1984||Superhero/Comics||2020|
Here is a list of the movies I’ve seen on Svengoolie, the premier horror show icon of Chicago, since multiple Emmy award winner Rich Koz became the hand-picked successor to the original Svengoolie back in the late ’70s. He has appeared on a national basis on MeTV since April 2011. Svengoolie brings you the classic Universal horror films and more, many of which have not been seen on broadcast television in years.
Here I’ll list the television shows I’ve posted about. I used to watch my parent’s B&W TV when I was a kid. At some point, my Dad upgraded to color and I got the B&W console in my room. A lot of shows were in B&W so it didn’t matter, but if it was in color I tried to schedule time in the living room!