Today I was scrolling through Netflix, planning what I may or may not watch over the weekend. Turns out there's a lot. And a lot of things that are video game specific. If you have Netflix in Australia, and you like video games? You should watch all of these things.
A nice, short documentary on ET and the video games crash that took place in the early 80s.
Go on. You know you want to.
I watched the first 10 or so minutes of this. It wasn't terrible.
I liked this. A lot. Your mileage may vary.
The IT Crowd is the best. Best episode: The Work Outing.
Not sure if there's any real link to video games, I just want more people to watch Orphan Black.
I have no idea if this is good. But it's Pokemon, right? Right?
Got some seriously mixed reviews, but it looks fantastic.
It's dated pretty terribly and Carpenter's best movie is easily The Thing, but this is still cool.
Gravity is probably the closest thing to a video game you'll ever see in movie form.
I actually haven't seen the second one yet, but the first was off the charts.
This documentary is great and I'm always trying to get more people to watch it. Super intense. Super good.
Hard to argue with a giant robot using a train as a baseball bat. Dumb as a bag of hammers.
Dredd is rad. Watch Dredd. It had no right to be good, and then it was good.
Did I miss anything? Any recommendations? Let me know in the comments below.