I’ll admit it. I stream the Colbert Show and Murphy Brown. Those two shows are reboots (David Letterman) the original Murphy Brown. When those shows came on I said I would stay up for the Colbert Show and Thursdays would be my night for television. Well, I was wrong. That’s because I like the convenience of streaming. In fact, if it doesn’t stream, chances are I don’t watch it. I’m not proud of this. I just don’t like staying up or being chained to watching television at a certain time.

That’s right, I like the luxury of streaming television. I am not really interested in celebrity interviews and I won’t watch television at a specific time. During college, I started streaming and just can’t stop. I did try. Well, instead of fighting it, I’m just going with it. That’s why I stream my television. I just can’t go back to watching television at a specified time. Here’s a list of what I’m watching this November. Our team collated the coolest shows coming to your streaming service. We did the work, you can just stream and enjoy. I listed them from my favorites to my least favorites.


November 1

Amelie –This masterpiece of cinema by Jean-Pierre Jeunet stars Audry Tautou. Amelie tells the story of a young woman who gets a jumpstart on life by adding a little bit of fantasy. Never underestimate the awesomeness of French cinema. Some of the best films have come from France. Just ask Inglorious Bastards director Quentin Tarantino. He’s utilized many items from notable French films.

The Faculty Yes, this epic move got made because of the financial success of Scream. Still, this film starring some major names owns its own for being a great movie. The performance of Jon Stewart alone makes it worth watching.

Pleasantville – Tobey Maguire and Reese Witherspoon star in this wonderful movie about how imagination can transcend a questionable past. Yes, the ‘50s were great for a specific population. Everyone else took turns playing servant.

James Bond movies – James Bond is its own genre. Yes, there’s more fantasy than science fiction. If you really want to get into the science fiction look at all the cool gadgets he gets to take on his kills. Many of the objects became the norm after a showing in a Bond film. No one actually knows a 007. There’s a reason he’s licensed to kill. The films A View to Kill, Die Another Day, Diamonds Are Forever, Dr. No, For Your Eyes Only, From Russia with Love, Goldeneye, Goldfinger, License to Kill, Live and Let Die, The Living Daylights, The Man with the Golden Gun, Moonraker, Never Say Never Again, On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, The Spy Who Loved Me, Thunderball, Tomorrow Never Dies, The World is Not Enough, and You Only Live Twice will be streaming.

Available November 10

Big Hero 6In the future, we will need a team of heroes to help fight off the robots Elon Musk thinks will take over. This film shows a team. It’s also a great movie.

Available November 18

HeroThis awesome martial arts movie came out in 2002. It’s been hailed as one of the best martial arts movies of all time. Take that Bruce Lee

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Available November 1

Child’s Play –  When I was a kid creepy dolls could come to life and kill you. Plus, Wil Wheaton really showed off some of his mega-acting chops. Chuckie came from this movie and the world will never be the same.

Excalibur – If you don’t know the story of King Arthur than you must stream this film. This story is as old as time and discusses a utopia king who everyone loved.  This one has Patrick Stewart. Everyone loves Patrick Stewart.

Weird Science – Robert Downey Jr. showed off his acting chops in Chaplin and changed the world. This is the film you watch if you want to see Downey’s young work and his amazing and unique talent before Iron Man.


Available November 1

Bram Stoker’s Dracula – When I first met Gary Oldman, it was in this film. Ever since I’ve been a huge fan. This guy has some mad acting chops and they are utilized in this masterpiece by Francis Ford Coppola. Oh, the story is by the touchstone writer Mary Shelly.

Close Encounters of the Third Kind – This classic Steven Spielberg really asks the question of what humans would do to communicate with aliens. This is a must-see.

Cloverfield – This mega movie was made from supposed found footage and made some major money for the bigwigs. It’s also a great film.

Doctor Strange – This is a great Marvel movie with a great actor. This is a film to be streamed not gone to the movies to see.

From Dusk Till Dawn – Any film by Robert Rodriguez is a masterpiece. Just ask Quentin Tarantino. George Clooney and Salma Hayek also star.

November 16

She-Ra and the Princesses of Power – This is a reboot of the classic ‘80s series.

November 18

The Pixar Story – If you ever wondered how Toy Story went from nothing to blockbuster see this documentary.

November 20

Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Gauntlet – Lovers of MST3k will love this new movie about a couple characters who screen spoofs.

The Christmas Chronicles – Kurt Russell stars in it. That makes it a great movie.

Tammy Marshall is an award-winning journalist with more than 20 years of writing. If you really want to get her on a subject, bring up Star Trek. She loves talking about traveling through space and what Gene Roddenberry’s vision did for science. When she’s not plotting interstellar travel, she’s digging in the dirt. Her vegetables are legendary and her chickens have won awards. When her hands aren’t in the garden, she’s traveling to conventions around the country hoping to inspire the next person willing to go to Mars and aid Elon Musk on his mission.