i’m thinking of ending things is the new Charlie Kaufman film coming to Netflix, and it’s based on a book by Iain Reid.
Disclosure discusses Hollywood’s depiction and treatment of transgender individuals and the community in the past and present.
While we may not be dating too much in Covid-19 times, we can still watch others do it on television.
This week’s What To Watch While Staying Inside looks at the second season of Selling Sunset.
In this week’s What To Watch While Staying Inside, the focus is on #BlackAF, an eight-episode Netflix original about a black family navigating new wealth in a predominantly white-centred Hollywood neighbourhood.
In the latest edition of What To What When Staying Inside, Vivian Patruno looks at Too Hot To Handle.
Check out the trailer for “October Faction,” the new Netflix series based on the graphic novel by Steve Niles.
The first trailer for the original Netflix series The Witcher has just arrived and for anybody with a Game of Thrones itch to scratch, this looks like it just might do the trick.
‘Mindhunter’ returns for a second season on Netflix and Tim Murr profiles the first episode on this installment of ‘The Week in Horror.’
‘Black Mirror’ returns to Netflix for a fifth season of technological horror and dystopia! Watch the trailer for the new season here.
Shudder does it right, Netflix does it wrong, and Begos does a vampire movie as Tim Murr escorts us through The Week in Horror.
The long-awaited Mötley Crüe movie, ‘The Dirt,’ makes its global debut on Netflix in March, and it looks gritty and glamorous.