Netflix recommendations of the week


1. Produced by the popular anime studio Attack on Titan, watch the new dark-fantasy series Vampire in the Garden which premieres on May 16.

For fans of Attack on Titan, then Vampire in the Garden must be added to your watch list. Produced by the same director, this series is still themed about the struggle of mankind on the verge of extinction.

This WIT Studio production series revolves around a world that has been taken over by vampires. After losing the war, humanity was hunted by vampires who did not hesitate to destroy humans. However, everything changes when a vampire queen who once loved humans meets a human girl. The two are determined to embark on a journey to find “Eden”, a paradise where humans and vampires can live in harmony.

2. Watch Emma, ​​the Oscar-winning period drama starring Anya Taylor-Joy. Airing from May 16th.

Also watch Emma, ​​the film adaptation of the film’s author, Jane Austen’s novel. Directed by Autumn de Wilde, this film features Anya Taylor-Joy as Emma Woodhouse, a young and wealthy woman in Highbury, England.

Emma enjoys entertaining herself with matchmaking and interfering in the romantic lives of those closest to her. Like “Mak Matchmaker”, this mischief sometimes manages to create romantic moments that are also filled with hilarious humor that is ready to make you laugh.

This film also won two Oscar awards in the categories “Best Costume Design” and “Best Makeup and Hairstyling“.

3. Watch the story behind the sexual crimes cases online in South Korea in Cyber ​​Hell: Exposing an Internet Horror which airs from 18 May.

In 2018 to 2020, South Korea was quite in an uproar with the case of the NTH Room. This case involves an anonymous chat room and exploitatively committing various sexual crimes online. The hunt for operators and the criminals behind this case is not easy. For those of you who are curious, check out his investigation in Cyber ​​Hell: Exposing an Internet Horror.