Category Archives: Videos

Videos that shared by owners and fans of BooksAvenue

8 Book Titles Showing On Netflix Now

Without a doubt, we love books, and, yes, Netflix too. Though there are other premium video subscriptions such as Amazon Prime, we are just comparing based on Netflix only. So we have rounded up some of our favorite Netflix shows and movies that are actually inspired by works of literature. Though not all shows are of the orginial plot, the gist of it remains the same. What we’ve found will probably surprise you—and maybe inspire you to pick up the original.

 

 

1. The Land of Steady Habits

1.png

Do you feel trapped by the daily grind, the same old routine? Do you ever wish you could just leave it all behind and … do loads of drugs and generally sabotage your middle-class suburban life? Then you might relate to the main character of the film The Land of Steady Habits, released on Netflix in 2018.

This film, another dramedy, stars Ben Mendelsohn, Edie Falco, and Connie Britton of Friday Night Lights fame. It was directed by Nicole Holofcener and debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2018. Continue reading 8 Book Titles Showing On Netflix Now

Advertisements

Interview on Jho Low

After reading the book Billion Dollar Whale, it not difficult to understand the depths of human greed.

The amount of money spent for the satisfaction of attention to be lavished on one man is incredibly unbelievable.

For the busy and lazy ones (LOL), you can read our 100 Word Summary here

And for the video fans, the interview is as below:

[Watch] If You Scream Out Your Window At Night In Sweden, Something Unexpected Happens

To all students who are taking exams, or receiving results today, this is for you.

Beginning in the 1970s, students in the Flogsta neighborhood of Uppsala, Sweden started sticking their heads out the window at 10PM every night to scream into the darkness. It’s a veritable symphony of woe. Apparently it began in the 1970s and has been going on — no joke — every single night since it started. Some reports say it began as a stress reliever during exam times, others say it was in honor of a student who committed suicide.

Whatever the case, it’s a pretty cool tradition and way to let off steam, even if the rest of us will still feel a little scared when it happens.