Dexter (Season 1-4)

America’s most beloved serial killer is now on Netflix. If you haven’t been introduced to Dexter yet, now is the best time to start. Dexter is a blood splatter analyst for the Miami Metro Homicide Forensics Department who moonlights as a vigilante murderer preying on other killers. Season 4 is by far the highlight, with a terrifying performance from John Lithgow. Seasons 4 through 8 are expected in January. 5 out of 5.


Aziz Ansari: Buried Alive (2013)

Thirty-year-old Aziz Ansari rips into everything about growing up. Ansari is just goofy enough to make you feel like you’re watching a friend doing stand-up in front of a loaded theater. As he rips into some dude for proposing to his wife in an Olive Garden, Ansari finds the funniest parts of scary life decisions that we are all facing in the near future. 4 out of 5.


National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989)

Used under creative commons license.
Used under creative commons license.

This hysterical Chevy Chase film details a family’s struggle to prepare for Christmas and a house full of guests. From hunting down their Christmas tree to covering their house in lights, the Griswolds remind you of every great thing about the holidays. Forget the TV commercials, start your super early prepping with Clark Griswold. 5 out of 5.


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