Geekflix – Top ‘Netflix’ Picks For December 2015

With November coming to an end, it’s time to look at all the different geeky movies and TV coming to Netflix in December. Many of you will need something to watch after marathon watching Jessica Jones. Of course, you could rewatch it again but just in case here are a few titles that warrant your attention.
1. Darkman (December 1st)
Before the current flood of movies based on comic books, movies like Darkman feature to were made, which felt like their source material was a graphic novel. Sam Raimi brought this Liam Neeson feature to life; Raimi later made the first Spider-Man Trilogy.
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2. The Chronicles of Riddick: Dark Fury (December 1st)
With talk from Vin Diesel that he’s working on another Riddick film, it may help to watch this anime movie that came out around the time Chronicles of Riddick hit the theaters. Who knows, it may pay to watch it just incase the story becomes part of the Riddick-verse later.
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3. Broadchurch: Season 2 (December 1st)
Need more David Tennent after his time in the new Jessica Jones series? Well, check out this British series where he played a detective tracking down a child killer. A third season has been announced so best to play catch up now.
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4. A very Murray Christmas (December 4th)
Billy Murray is producing a classic Christmas variety show. Not interested. What about if George Clooney, Amy Poehler, Chris Rock, and Rashida Jones came to give him a hand? Now that sounds like a Christmas party.
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5.Puss in Boots: Season 2 (December 11th)
Another season of the devilish feline who wears boots and is a master swordsman. Considering there has been little talk of the sequel coming out, this may be the only helping of Puss fans will get in the near future.
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6. The Da Vinci Code (December 14th)
Need something to watch with the folks but want it to have a bit of an intrigue behind it? Then put on the Da Vinci Code and watch Tom Hanks solve an ancient riddle. When it’s over, you’ll wish you had your own cryptex to figure out.
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7. Phineas and Ferb: Season 4 (December 15th)
Much like Spongebob Squarepants this is a series that a lot of adults find themselves watching. Now with the final season, fans will be able to cap off the adventures of Phineas, Ferb, and Perry as Agent P in a proper fashion.
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8. Glitter Force (December 18)
Still trying to wash the taste of the live action Jem and the Holograms out of your mouth? Try Glitter Force, an anime from the long-running PreCure series, the premiere magical girl franchise. This one is based on Fairy Tales and will hopefully be a new favorite for anime fans.
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9. Dawn of the Croods (December 24th)
Need more Dreamworks in your life? Well, the new stone age family, The Croods will be getting a sequel in 2017, but before then you can check out their new series. Sadly, Nicolas Cage probably won’t revise his role as Grug for the TV series.
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10. My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic: Season 5 (December 28th)
The popularity this show has garnished is insane to the point there are documentaries about it. The latest season will be uploaded at the end of the month and pony fans can binge watch into the new year. Might want to pad it out as season 6 won’t be up until sometime in 2016.

There you go, another great month of Netflix titles that deserve your attention. Get watching!

Anthony Wendel
Anthony Wendel
Anthony is a geek through and through who still looks forward to new releases, sneak peeks, Giant Monsters, and robots of all shapes and sizes. He loves animation of all shapes and sizes. He has a distinct apprehension for trolling and clips shows. His books, The Handbook for Surviving A Giant Monster Attack and Santa Claus Conquers Manos: The Hands of Fate are available on Amazon.