Seeds Staff Picks!

Here are Seeds Entertainment staff members’ current favorite albums, TV shows and movies that we would like to share with you. Enjoy!


Breaking Bad (Series finale = Sunday, Sept 15) ~ In case you don’t have the Internet, smartphone or you are actually living under a rock, you have probably heard the buzz about Breaking Bad’s final season. It’s nuts. The first 4 and a half seasons are on Netflix, and I’m sure you know a guy who knows a guy that can get you the remaining episodes to catch you up before the next one airs on Sunday on AMC at 8 o’clock.
-Matt Sueper ~ Seeds Entertainment

Lost ~ Yes, it is still on Netflix. If you haven’t seen it yet, you still have time to dedicate 85.13 hours of your life to this show. It’s worth it. You will immerse yourself into a world that you will fall in love with for three seasons until you get confused as hell and ultimately pissed off at the end (probably). It’ll make you laugh, cry and throw your computer across the room. After a thousand dollars on a new Google machine, you can say that you watched it. It’s a rite of passage. Then you can get started on The Wire.
-Matt Sueper ~ Seeds Entertainment

The Giant Mechanical Man ~ Starring The Office’s own Jenna Fisher, The Giant Mechanical Man is a charming and quirky romantic comedy that follows the budding relationship between a mild mannered zoo worker and a silver painted street performer on stilts as they struggle to find success and happiness in their daily lives. Both light hearted and emotionally moving, The Giant Mechanical Man triumphs at creating a genuine, heartfelt story while still delivering the laughs. On Netflix now.
– James Crowl ~ Seeds Entertainment

Queens of the Stone Age - Like Clockwork
Like Clockwork, by Queens of The Stone Age ~ Time may cure all but a six year hiatus hasn’t remedied Queens of the Stone Age’s orchestrated schizophrenia. Like Clockwork gives us a more polished and less powerful sound that doesn’t stray from their beautifully repetitive and hypnotizing trademark riffs. As my play count approaches triple digits I’m still greeted with the same chills as the first. Josh Homme and crew haven’t forgotten how to “blow their loads over the status quo.”
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Orange is the New Black ~This is the latest Netflix original series from the creator of Weeds and based on the memoirs of Piper Kerman in a book with the same title. The show has the same feel of Weeds with some of the same laughs that go along with the show. Do not, however, expect this show to be very funny; it isn’t. Watch it for the nuanced characters, compelling storyline and a grown-up Jason Biggs that is still pretty much the same Jason Biggs from every American Pie film.
-Matt Sueper ~ Seeds Entertainment