Cave men meet "Game of Thrones" in this Bronze Age epic about scheming princes and political dynasties.
I enjoy Netflix as much as the next person, but forcing me to choose between too many services defeats the purpose of streaming.
A tale of two sisters fighting the apocalypse is marred by disturbing subtext.
Apocalyptic scenarios meet an all-female cast in this sci-fi story about a mother’s love.
This month's WhatNerd Giveaway is a Netflix gift card, granting full access to Netflix's awesome streaming library.
Heist movie meets military might in this film about a robotic shipment gone haywire.
Daily life takes a chilling turn when an authoritarian government seizes control of Poland.
This episodic topical docuseries tickles the mind but leaves you wanting more.
It's nice when a sitcom gets you on a deeper level, isn't it? Here are some of the funniest sitcoms out there that most nerds and geeks will be able to relate to.
Even though Netflix's library is dwindling, there are still plenty of great TV series for nerds and geeks, especially if you're a fan of science fiction.
Summer camp blues meet extraterrestrial adventures in this coming-of-age story.
An absolutely out-of-this-world doomsday scenario meets human ingenuity is this story about collective empathy.
Strong Girl Bong-Soon is one of the most tonally unique miniseries I've ever watched, packed with heartwarming moments punctuated by moments of darkness.
Jungle moons and space-bound gold rushes are the backdrop for this futuristic heist.
Tuca and Bertie are the most relateable birds that you'll ever meet. You definitely don't want to miss out on this Netflix original!
What happens when you take the concept of a choose-your-own-adventure book and turn it into an interactive film? Not much, but at least they tried.
A scathing critique on state-sanctioned violence meets ancient mythology in this three-part bloodbath.
Great pacing and satisfactory horror, but what's up with that cult?
Don't you hate it when you hear a film premise that blows you away, only for the film to squander that premise?
Quiet and atmospheric, IO relies on its two main characters to carry the entire film.