It’s time for a hidden gem post again and today we have Switched! It’s a short Japanese drama that landed on Netflix a few weeks ago.
Are you in the mood for atmospheric winter shots that make you want to grab an extra blanket? Child Serial Killers with HORRID beards? A cast full of talented and adorable kids who may have done a better job than the adults? If you want any of those things, Erased is the right drama for you. Continue reading
My Sunday evenings are usually very similar after I get in bed. Look at all the dramas I need to catch up on… searches for hours for the next binge watch instead. For some reason the same feeling came over me on Thursday, (I blame it on slow Viki subs) and thankfully my search unearthed Solomon’s Perjury. With it’s shorter 12 episodes, I was able to binge this in four days, and you can now find it on Netflix. Join me for a fairly spoiler free review of the series. Continue reading
Are you watching The Unit? I have mixed feelings about survival music programs. I love the performances and I love discovering new voices, but I hate the idea of crushing youthful hopes and dreams. I am choosing to overlook the dream crushing part, though, and I am just going to focus on some of the amazing talent that is being showcased! Let me introduce you to: BIGFLO! Continue reading
It amazes me how few people watched this drama back when it aired in 2012. But I guess that is what makes it the perfect topic for my Hidden Gem post. It has everything you could want in a Korean superhero, crime, noir show….well, maybe a bit more romance, but other than that, it has it all. So come join me as I convince you to check out the always entertaining Hero 2012. Continue reading
I found that multiple times this past year my favorite dramas are not necessarily the ones that are getting all the ratings or social media buzz. Which made me think that maybe we need a series of posts where I can attempt to make a difference. Because good dramas deserve to be watched regardless of ratings. So please join me in my first hidden gem recommendation Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo. Continue reading
It’s almost Halloween, and with it will be the end of our Halloween blog post celebration. But there is still time to throw in one last scary themed compilation. This time we are going to be looking at the best of the best dramas involving serial killers. Because who doesn’t love a good mass murderer now and then? Continue reading