Culture | 05.31.2023

Movies & Munchies: Herb’s Top Netflix Picks For June 2023

Movies & Munchies: Herb’s Top Netflix Picks For May 2023.

If you are a series lover and like to enjoy a good joint while immersing yourself in the stories that Netflix offers you, you’ve come to the right place.

We have made a selection of the most notable shows and movies that you can find on the platform during the month of June.

It doesn’t matter if you’re one of those who prefer intense dramas or funny comedies; our list has something for everyone. Go ahead, roll up a joint with some potent THC-P Flower from Bloomz, and kick back with our recommendations.

If you’re more of an edibles lover, opt for Binoid’s Knockout Blend Gummies, hitting hard with 6 powerful cannabinoids that will knock you into next year.

Black Mirror (Season 6)

This is not a drill. Black Mirror is back, baby! Are you ready to binge hour-long episodes that make you scratch your brain?

If you haven’t seen an episode of Black Mirror, consider yourself lucky because you have yet to watch one of the highest-rated Netflix originals of our time. Of course, Season 5 fell off a bit, and that Miley Cyrus episode was a hit or miss. Not to mention Bandersnatch, which was another hit or miss.

Regardless, the concepts behind Black Mirror are always shocking. Their wicked twists and turns that dissect alternate realities, or perhaps the future, are definitely intriguing to watch while stoned. Be sure to mark your calendar because everyone will be talking about this.


The story, the atmosphere, characters are all amazing. The type of film I wish I could forget so I could watch it again. I like dark shit, and the tone of this film is exactly my vibe.

Life’s a game, and it’s not over till you beat it. That’s the twisted truth Masaru Katou learns after death. Stabbed on his way home, Masaru wakes up in a strange room overlooking Tokyo. He’s not alone, and this is no afterlife. It’s the starting point of a deadly game run by a mysterious black ball called Gantz.

Suddenly handed a gun, he’s whisked off into the heart of Osaka with one chilling directive—exterminate every alien. Together with the veteran Yoshikazu Suzuki, the glamorous idol Reika Shimohira, and the aloof Jouichirou Nishi, Masaru has to fight not just for survival but for a chance to return home. In this lethal game, courage is the only currency, and hope is the ultimate weapon.


I swear they stole my movie idea and made it worse…luckily I have over 30 film ideas. It’s a cool easy watch, it seems to catch a lot of flack, but I really did enjoy it when I saw it in theatres.

In the dystopian future of “Reminiscence,” Nick Bannister, portrayed by Hugh Jackman, wields an extraordinary machine to help clients relive their past. When the enigmatic Mae, played by Rebecca Ferguson, steps into his office seeking a lost key, their connection spirals into a deep bond.

Mae’s abrupt disappearance leaves Nick clinging to their shared memories, each one unraveling her involvement in a dangerous underworld. Ignoring his assistant Emily’s warnings, Nick delves into their shared past, staking his sanity to unearth the truth.

Manifest (Season 4 - Part 2)

Coming to Netflix on June 2nd, Manifest is nearing the final part of its final season. Are you ready to board this plane?

If you haven’t been sucked into the confusing, mind-boggling journey of the passengers from the mysterious flight 828, you’re in for a treat. No spoilers, but this show is a mind-fuck, and in the best possible way.

While Season 4’s Part 1 left us on a cliffhanger, we can only hope the crew resolves their haunting issues and encounters with time travel, disappearances, and trying to fit themselves back into a world that forgot them.


A very eclectic style of animation that almost seems like water paintings on cardboard. I get high and watch this a lot.

Navigating through feudal Japan, the enigmatic “Medicine Seller” embarks on a perilous mission to exterminate malevolent spirits known as “Mononoke.”

Possessing mastery over the occult, he wields an Exorcism Sword that requires an understanding of a mononoke’s Form, Truth, and Reason to eliminate it, making each confrontation a dangerous psychological exploration.

Into The Badlands

This show is literally the fighting style of The Matrix mixed with the tone of The Walking Dead and a story that I can’t even compare to anything. Maybe Game of Thrones, but this is its own thing, and I recommend it to everyone.

Five hundred years into a post-apocalyptic future, the world is a wild, grim place where the remains of technology are treasures, and guns are ancient relics. The stage is set in a territory known as the Badlands. Here, the strong arm of barons, with their monopolies on essentials like opium and fuel, is the only law. These power players maintain control through a lethal force of fighters, called clippers, and a caste of slaves and prostitutes known as cogs and dolls.

But amidst the barons’ dominance, sparks of rebellion flicker. Ruthless nomads, bandits living on the edge, prey on the weak, while the River King rules the waterways with an iron fist. Out on the fringes, you’ll find the Totemists, a religious group keeping to themselves and their idol worship. And in the heart of the barony, there’s the Widow, a revolutionary powerhouse challenging the feudal norm.

Beyond the Badlands lies a world shrouded in mystery and whispers of a utopian city, Azra, a mythical haven thought to be a legend. This is a thrilling world of danger, power struggles, and the fight for survival.

Munchies: Infused Brownie Batter Dip

This is one of the easiest infused recipes out there. No baking is required, but you’ll get baked after a few tablespoons.

This recipe uses cannabutter, so be sure to whip up a batch beforehand so it’s ready to go. Not sure how to make cannabutter? Check out our guide here. Without further ado, let’s head to the kitchen.


  • 8 ounces of cream cheese, softened
  • 1/4 cup butter, softened
  • 2 cups confectioners’ sugar
  • 1/3 cup baking cocoa
  • 1/4 cup milk
  • 2 tablespoons brown sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • Fruit, pretzels, or animal crackers for dipping


  • Place your cream cheese and softened cannabutter in a large mixing bowl. Beat it with a hand mixer or KitchenAid until it’s a smooth consistency.
  • While beating on low, mix in the confectioners’ sugar, cocoa, milk, brown sugar, and vanilla. Beat until smooth.
  • That’s it! Serve it with fruit, pretzels, animal crackers, or anything you’d like to dip into this delicious brownie batter dip.

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