Have you heard of Boomerang? It’s been around since the late 90s and had a streaming app and channel since 2017. It features over 5,000 classic cartoons and even has some original cartoons like Scooby Doo Guess Who?
Boomerang is currently $4.99/month or $39.99 annually. It is available as a standalone app, an add-on channel through Amazon Prime Video and Roku.
They even are producing new Scooby Doo adventures under the series Scooby Doo, Guess Who with season 2 being released in July 2020.
They focus on children’s animated series, not the more adult offerings, so don’t expect to find Rick and Morty or Harley Quinn ever appearing on Boomerang. I’m not even sure Star Trek: Lower Decks at TV-14 would fit Boomerang. They really are going for younger kids cartoons.
We think our grandchildren would enjoy some of these shows and the kid inside me surely would.
We’ve put this on our list of niche streaming services to check out. If you’re already a subscriber, please let us know your thoughts on the channel/service in the comments below. What do you like/dislike about Boomerang?
Any serious overall “best of” list of horror that omits at least some classic films is lacking. Claude Rains in The Invisible Man . Boris Karloff as Frankenstein. Lon Chaney Jr. magical transformation in The Wolfman. Bela Lugosi as Dracula. My oh my these monster movies are fantastic! I’m sure there are some people who watch and think, “I’d rather watch Saw!” or “Where is the gore?” but when you are scared with little to no blood and gore, that is very much horror, too.
Other horror classification posts in October 2019 include:
This was a little more challenging mentally — but a lot of fun — than I thought it would be at the first of the month watching that many horror films. October is a great month every year which culminates in my second favorite holiday: Halloween!
Roku has some nice Halloween-themed decorations (pictured at top of this post). Also like how Letterboxd, made the raining blood logo:
Below you’ll find the complete list of horror movies watched in October 2019.
There are plenty of horror movies I didn’t watch this year, so stay tuned in Halloween 2020 and beyond. A bunch more Stephen King films, including The Shining., The Exorcist, The Amityville Horror, The Omen, Nightmare on Elm Street, more of the Universal horror movies (Frankenstein, Dracula, etc) and the horror list goes on and on. It will take years to rewatch them all, plus they are adding new ones every year.
So, if I missed reviewing some of your personal horror favorites, please let me know in the comments what else you’d like me to watch (or rewatch if I’ve already seen). I’ve probably seen more than a 1,000 horror movies in my lifetime so far (25 horror years times 40 years = 1,000 movies, and I know I’ve watched more than an average of 25 horror movies every year).