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Scary Movie Highlights On Netflix And Elsewhere

The Awakening Rebecca Hall Florence Cathcart
Every once in a while a lot of us yearn for a little thrill. Perhaps it’s a certain chill in the air that helps put it there, but the desire is real nonetheless. So, what is worth watching on Netflix and elsewhere to give you that bite of fright? Eclectic Pop has some suggestions, and they range from supernatural-based thrillers to reality-centric scares…

TV Reviews? You Got It.

Like Jonas on "Dark," take a deep dive into Eclectic Pop's past with an assortment of TV reviews. Click on the pic to travel through the wormhole! *Plus, social media links below* (;


Movie Review: 'Like Father' (2018)

Many of us watch movies to take an emotional journey and “Like Father” takes viewers on precisely that. Our story picks up on the wedding day of job-addicted Rachel (Kristen Bell), who unbeknownst to her can count her estranged father, Harry (Kelsey Grammer), as a guest to her nuptials. The thing is, what Harry has attended hoping it will be the happiest day of his daughter’s life, turns out to be everything but.

Movie Review: 'Perdida' (2018)

Perdida Manuela Pelari Pipa Luisana Lopilato Sirena Amaia Salamanca Ariel Juan Ignacio Cane
Mystery and thrills converge unexpectedly in the enthralling “Perdida.” The movie introduces its lead character in the present day with a concise sequence that lets the audience in on everything they need to know about the essence of Pipa (Luisana Lopilato), a driven detective. What drives her is made equally clear thanks to a brief intro.