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Top 5 Streams This November .01

Nov 6, 2017

Top 5 Streams This November .01

The hardest part of streaming is choosing.

Stranger Things Season 2

If you haven’t already binged the whole second season, consider yourself lucky because you have so much to look forward to. The second season of Stranger Things digs deeper into the upside down as we find out how the crew deals with crushes, finding lost family members, and demogorgons.

Dumb: The Story of Big Brother Magazine

Before NSFW, before Jackass, there was Big Brother. Available on Hulu, watch the rise and fall of the 90’s skate magazine and fan out on skateboarding’s original instigators and funnymen like Steve O and Johnny Knoxville. Directed by Pat O’Dell aka Mr. Epicly Later’d this documentary explains the reason skate culture yearned for something like Big Brother Magazine at the time.

One Of Us

Netflix premieres One of Us which documents the experience of 3 individuals that decided to leave their insular community of Hasidic Jews in Brooklyn, New York. They suffer the severe repercussions of leaving the vigorously strict faith and are forced to start an entirely new life. This documentary digs deep into this elusive religious community.

Get Out

Meeting the parents has never been this uncomfortable. Jordan Peele’s directorial debut, Get Out, is now available on HBO. If you didn’t get to see Get Out in theaters now is your chance to watch before awards season. Daniel Kaluuya and Allison Williams star in this shocker that serves as a sharp social satire.

Joan Didion The Center Will Not Hold

The new Netflix documentary directed by Didion’s nephew, Griffin Dunne, reaches a level of intimacy that only a family member could provide. The documentary explores Didion’s personal tragedies and illustrates the author’s firm grasp on the tempestuous times during which she rose to literary fame. Bless Queen Joan!