From its release, All of Us Are Dead sat comfortably on its throne in Netflix’s top shows for 15 days. With the titan that Squid Game became, it’s no surprise how well All of Us Are Dead was received. If you’re like me, you’ve already binged your way through the series and are in desperate need of some more zombie content.
In 2011 Game of Thrones premiered and took the world by storm, quickly rising to the top of the fantasy genre. Its popularity amongst not only fantasy fans, but fans of any genre was astounding. This began a cycle where anything even remotely similar to Game of Thrones in scale, tone or story was instantly compared to the HBO juggernaut. So let’s explore the shows that have been hindered by the phrase “the next Game of Thrones” and highlight how truly incredible they are in their own right.
Frank Grillo might be the hardest worker in the film business right now. The global pandemic may have slowed productions, but Grillo has been filling up his resume with portrayals of tough, gritty, hardened individuals headlining explosive action films, apocalyptic sci-fi thrillers and intense dramas. In the last few months alone the Grillo-starring Boss Level, […]