The horror novel Blood Cruise by Mats Strandberg is set aboard the Baltic Charisma, a ferry ship between Sweden and Finland that also doubles as an overnight “booze cruise.”
On this particular night, over 1200 people, including children, are on board. But on this particular cruise, there are two passengers unlike any the crew of the Baltic Charisma has ever seen.
The Mortuary Collection is a 2020 horror anthology airing on the Shudder streaming service.
This collection of horror shorts is tied together by a mortician named Montgomery Dark (Clancy Brown), who manages the Raven’s End Mortuary. One day, a young woman named Sam (Caitlin Custer) comes looking for a job.
It’s safe to say Netflix’s History of Swear Words is an unusual look at the English language…but as a fan of linguistics, I really enjoyed this series which examines the origins and historical use of what some consider profane vernacular.
Grande Lakes Orlando, home to the luxury resorts The Ritz-Carlton Orlando and JW Marriott Orlando, is hosting an inaugural “Curated Experiences” weekend event January 29-31, 2021.
The blurb on the book said The Loop by Jeremy Robert Johnson was a cross between Stranger Things and World War Z. That alone was enough for me to request a review copy.
But as I read the book, I realized that wasn’t even close to describing the story.
We Can Be Heroes, written and directed by Robert Rodriguez, is sort of a sequel to his 2005 family film, The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D.
In this new installment, Earth’s mightiest heroes are abducted by aliens, and their children have to step in and save the day.
I’m Your Woman is a crime film set in the late 70s, centered around the character of Jean (played magnificently by Rachel Brosnahan), who is married to Eddie (Bill Heck), a thief.
Jean is living a sheltered life when Eddie pops in with a mysterious baby boy and tells her to take care of it. Shortly after, Cal, one of Eddie’s associates, comes to the house and says Eddie is in trouble and she needs to come with him for her safety.
Every Friday in January 2021, Apple TV will have a new film or series season premier to offer subscribers.
Here is the calendar of new releases:
coming to Disney+ in January 2021 – wandavision
Here is the list of titles coming to Disney+ in January 2021, including trailers to watch.
Highlights include the premier of Marvel’s new series WandaVision, 10 new episodes of the Earth to Ned talk show, Star Wars Forces of Destiny, and all four seasons of the 90s hit Dinosaur.
Get ready to add to your queue, because here is everything coming to Disney+ in January 2021:
Here is the list of titles coming to Hulu in January 2021, including trailers to watch.
Highlights include the Hulu originals The Ultimate Playlist of Noise, The Sister: Complete Season 1, and Endlings: Complete Season 2, along with the family film Terra Willy.
Get ready to add to your queue, because here is everything coming to Hulu in January 2021:
Here is the list of titles coming to Amazon Prime in January 2021, including trailers to watch.
Highlights include the Oscar-buzzy One Night in Miami, the directorial debut of Emmy- and Oscar-winner Regina King, along with Sundance favorite Herself, the full seasons of Dexter and How I Met Your Mother, and the debut of season 1 of Flack, starring Anna Paquin, which Amazon will release season 2 of.
Get ready to add to your queue, because here is everything coming to Amazon Prime in January 2021:
Here is the complete list of titles coming to Netflix in January 2021, along with trailers to watch.
Highlights include the Oscar-buzzy Pieces of a Woman (starring Venessa Kirby and Shia LaBeouf with Martin Scorsese producing), Fate: The Winx Saga (Netflix’s teen adaptation of the Nickelodeon animated series), Penguin (starring Naomi Watts and Andrew Lincoln), and The Dig (starring Ralph Fiennes and Carey Mulligan), along with the documentaries Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer, Suviving Death, and Headspace Guide to Meditation.
Netflix series highlights include Cobra Kai (season 3), The History of Swear Words hosted by Nicolas Cage (season 1), Disenchantment (part 3), and Call My Agent (season 4).
This month has a little something for everyone, so here is the complete list of Netflix titles arriving and departing in January 2021:
Amazon’s Sylvie’s Love is set in the steamy New York summer in the late 1950s, as Sylvie (Tessa Thompson), a young woman from a well-to-do family, meets talented saxophonist Robert (Nnamdi Asomugha) when he applies for a job at her family’s record store.
Pixar’s Soul centers on Joe Gardner (voiced by Jamie Foxx), a middle-school music teacher, who dreams of being a performing musician, like his father. He finally lands the gig of his dreams and is so lost in thought, he misses an open manhole and drops through.
The synopsis for the indie horror film Open 24 Hours reads “After setting her serial killer boyfriend on fire, a paranoid delusional woman gets a job at an all-night gas station.”
Between this and the trailer, I decided to give it a try.