Popular Movies and TV Series Recommended By BC Students

A Solution to Endless Netflix Scrolling


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The murder house is a noticable prop used in the American Horror Story series. The murder house was used in season one which debuted in 2011.

Zachary Gray, Staff Writer

Bridgewater, Va. – Need some recommendations for viewing during downtime? Two students recommend their favorites. 

“You can’t go wrong with ‘American Horror Story,’ it’s always my go to when I can’t find something to watch,” said junior economics and business double major Nate Allen. 

“American Horror Story” debuted in 2011 and it now spans over ten seasons.

The series sounds exactly as it is advertised, involving odd and disturbing storylines and graphics. From witches to serial killers, “American Horror Story” features just over 100 episodes that range anywhere from 40 to 50 minutes, guaranteeing to occupy viewers for long periods of time. 

“’Baby Driver’ is a really good movie about a guy who is really good at driving and helps criminals with get away jobs,” said sophomore psychology major Maggie Hite.

The 2017 film features a music loving orphan, Baby, who has special talents when it comes to driving. Baby becomes the getaway driver for a criminal mastermind named Doc. Although Baby helps the criminal time after time, Baby’s real dream is to quit the crime and to start a life with his crush, Debora. 

According to Allen and Hite, “American Horror Story” and “Baby Driver” are great selections if finding a film or series is more difficult than expected. Both are currently streaming on the platform Netflix.