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Can Netflix’s A Classic Horror Story live up to its title?
For all its flaws, new Netflix horror is still enjoyably irreverent and gleefully gory.
The 2020 Emmy Awards: Watchmen leads with 26 nominations
Which shows have you already seen, and which will you feverishly devour over the coming months of isolation?
Your guide to Bloodride, Netflix’s totally bingeable new anthology horror series
Here’s your one-stop-show guide to this very snappy show – and its very weird host.
Netflix just released a Pokémon: The First Movie remake and I don’t know why
Liam Maguren investigates why this exists.
Girl on the Third Floor isn’t a horror to renovate your Netflix queue
Noble but frustratingly uneven attempt to revitalise stale haunted house conventions.
Netflix’s Horse Girl: Alison Brie shines in this rewatchable oddity
If it sounds a bit too weird for you, then you’re probably right.
Why people have waited a decade for Netflix’s Locke & Key
The long-awaited adaptation finally finds a home on Netflix.
Now on Netflix, Adam Sandler sparkles in thriller Uncut Gems
It’s infectiously good fun to join him on numerous harebrained adventures.
21 Studio Ghibli classics are coming to Netflix
Feel free to cry big, globby tears of joy when you read this.
Netflix’s The Two Popes sidesteps controversy for Vatican bromance
“Neither a Vatican recruitment ad, nor an atheist takedown.”
Here’s how many people streamed The Irishman in its first week
Not bad, Netflix. Not bad…
The Two Popes is a superbly acted addition to film and TV’s pope-naissance
Anthony Hopkins and Jonathan Pryce are as duelling popes? Yes please.
Netflix’s Klaus is the Christmas film of the decade
It’s a bit like The Emperor’s New Groove with a holly jolly slant.
Timothée Chalamet smoulders in Netflix’s dynamite The King
Did we mention Robert Pattinson is gloriously over-the-top?
Filmmakers are not happy about the new playback feature Netflix is testing
Brad Bird and Judd Apatow rail against the time-saving experiment
Netflix’s Tell Me Who I Am is an incredibly moving film on memory loss and brotherly bonds
“This raw display of male vulnerability strikes the heart and all its arteries.”
El Camino confirms Jesse Pinkman is Aaron Paul’s role of a lifetime
Paul’s performance in Netflix pic continues to show he’s got incredible acting chops
Netflix’s The Forest of Love is for those who like films strange, long and super dark
Sion Sono brings originality and excessiveness to Netflix with mixed results.
Between Two Ferns: The Movie is a jumbo-sized take on satirical interview series
Story-wise it ain’t much, but it’s all just an excuse to watch celebrities squirm.
Entertaining Netflix film Beats dodges typical music drama clichés
Although, like many Netflix offerings, it can feel inconsequential.
Tense sci-fi thriller I Am Mother is a notch above most straight-to-Netflix fare
There’s plenty to recommend in this increasingly paranoid sci-fi three-hander.
New to Netflix, Prospect is an above-average sci-fi Western gem
A lot more to offer than just being an exercise in trope regurgitation.