What’s in my netflix queue?

It’s no secret that I like Tv and movies, so naturally I’m a big netflix fan. I posted 10 Binge worthy shows a while ago, but I thought I’d update everyone on my ‘to watch’ list.
As far as tv shows I am currently watching Gossip Girl and Gilmore Girls, but overall I’m more of a documentary fan. So, without further ado here are the shows in my queue.3030039-poster-p-netflixx


Quidditch is no longer a fictional sport, as these college athletes prove in a documentary about UCLA’s quidditch underdogs and their World Cup run.
As a huge Harry Potter fan I couldn’t pass this up, that’s pretty much the only reason this is in my queue. 


After World War II, consumer tastes and government policy steer America into a fateful reliance on oil-fueled technology that must and can be broken.
The picture on the cover and the title sold me on this show, hopefully it’s not super boring! 

Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room:

This documentary takes a behind-the-scenes look at the powerful energy company whose downfall forever changed the landscape of the business world.
Everyone remembers Enron and I have always been fascinated with the corporation and how they changed the way Americans think and feel about investing money. 

Nightmares in Red, White and Blue:
This examination of American horror films explores the earliest monster movies of the silent era up to the scariest modern-day masterpieces.
This is a little misleading because I HATE horror and scary movies. What I am interested in the movies in general and the way they can over time with each new generation. 


Teens of both sexes reveal harrowing truths about how the Internet is shaping their experiences in this documentary from veteran helmer Beeban Kidron.
I mean who doesn’t love technology? But I wonder how it’s shaping the lives of young children and how far is too far, at what point are we giving young people too much power with the information they are able to obtain. 

For the Love of Movies: The Story…:

This insightful documentary examines the oft-misunderstood world of film criticism and explores what the future holds for it in the Internet era.
Again, I love movies and television and I think it’s interesting to see where people think the industry is headed.  


What shows are on your queue? Comment and let me know so I can check them out!

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