Shudder knows its audience. The horror streaming service has a well-curated interface divided into sub-categories (including a timely selection of tales of confinement) to help you get started, but there’s still a ton of spooky content for newcomers to wade through. Naturally, we have some suggestions.
Ammon Bundy, the militia leader who led a group of armed ranchers to take over Oregon’s Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in 2016, has a bold new plan to get himself and a bunch of people thrown in jail again: organize a mass defiance of pandemic stay-at-home orders.
Apple TV+, the tech giant’s foray into the streaming wars, may not have the library to match some of its rivals. But Apple is making some of its series and films available for free anyhow. If you haven’t taken it’s $5-per-month subscription service for a spin just yet, now’s your chance.
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Speculative fiction is often just that—speculative. Sometimes it’s an effective metaphor for real-world issues. Oftentimes it imagines a world drastically different from our own. But sometimes sci-fi of the past takes on chilling new meaning in the present. Such is the case now with tales of pandemics, stories of…