The Netflix Streaming Report: Bitten (Season 1) and Best Night Ever

The Streaming Report Bitten (Season 1) and Best Night Ever

Welcome to The Streaming Report for May 8, 2014. After the long week you deserve a relaxing staycation with a bowl of popcorn, a bucket of ice cream, and only your Netflix queue to judge you. This past week, Netflix Watch Instant has been kind enough to supply us with Bitten and Best Night Ever, which you’ll find out if you should watch ’em after the break.

It’s really slim pickens this past week on Netflix streaming. But I’ve got one you should really avoid and one you should maybe check out. If all else fails, take a gander at the gigantic list of movies that were uploaded last week.

Best Night Ever (Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer) Claire is about to get married and she goes to Las Vegas with her sister and two friends for her bachelorette party. Things quickly spiral out of control. Starring Desiree Hall, Samantha Colburn, and Eddie Ritchard

This movie is from the jagoffs that brought us Epic Movie, The Starving Games, Vampires Suck, Meet the Spartans, and many of the other terrible parody movies that have wrecked havok on the genre for almost the past 20 years sans Scary Movie. Although they are trying something a little bit different, the found footage work and the story just looks absolutely intolerable. I WOULD AVOID THIS. 

Bitten (Season 1) (Daegan Fryklind) Elena Michaels thought she left the world of supernatural behind when she left Stonehaven behind ‘for good this time’ she thought. Until the night she got the mysterious call from her pack leader asking her to come back. So now she is heading back, leaving her life as a normal photographer in Toronto for the moment to re-enter the world of werewolves, rules about protect the pack and a man she has spent years trying to get out of her system. Oh and did she mention she was the only living female werewolf in existence? Starring Laura Vandervoort, Greyston Holt, and Greg Bryk

Who doesn’t love Laura Vandervoort? Supergirl from Smallville has made her way into the the werewolf fantasy genre. If you’re looking for a B-level horror show because you’re sick of vampires, maybe this will excite you until Orange is the New Black comes back this June.

What will you be watching this weekend?

Look forward to more new titles from The Streaming Report every Thursday on TTRC. We hope you enjoy!

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All plot synopses courtesy of IMDb.com

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