With apologies to our friends in the Southern Hemisphere, the last thing I want to be doing in August is sweltering through another summer heatwave. The Criterion Collection to the rescue! Their August 2022 lineup is epic in its weirdness,...
Recently we got all giggly excited that John Woo will be reimagining his own classic, The Killer, for consumption via the Peacock streaming service. Now we're even more excited, if that's possible, to see the 'first look' image from "the...
Sissy Spacek and J.K. Simmons star, which is reason enough to watch the Prime Video series.
Clare Danes and Tom Hiddleston lead an investigation into fear and mistrust, debuting globally on Apple TV+.
Rose Leslie and Theo James star in a beguiling new series from Steven Moffat ('Dr. Who').
The comedy troupe reboots for a new season via Prime Video. Also, the new doc 'Comedy Punks' gives a fresh perspective.
I know a few people in Hong Kong who are wrestling with this question right now: Should I stay or should I go? Director Chan Tze Woon's film Blue Island has just won the 2022 Best International Feature Documentary Award...
Jason Loftus' animated documentary Eternal Spring just won multiple awards at the recently-concluded Hot Docs 2022, where it made its North American premiere. "Combining present-day footage with 3D animation inspired by Daxiong's art, Eternal Spring," according to the official verbiage,...
Director Antonio Campos dramatizes a true-crime case on HBO Max, while familiar hands revitalize a sturdy space series on Paramount Plus.
Titus Williver, Madison Lintz and Mimi Rogers star in the L.A. detective show, debuting on the Freeverse streaming service.
Elisabeth Moss stars in a metaphysical thriller, a new Apple TV+ series.
Two new series take different approaches to real-life stories.
Rosa Salazar and Bob Odenkirk star in the animated series from creators Kate Purdy and Raphael Bob-Waksberg ('BoJack Horseman').
Directed by Hirao Takayuku, the animated film is a sheer delight, especially for movie lovers.
Al Reinert's stunning documentary is a wonder of independent filmmaking.
Nathasha Lyonne stars in a superb Netflix comic time-traveling thriller; Kaley Cuoco stars in an HBO max comic mystery series.
Professional basketball player and businessman Earvin Johnson is showcased in a docuseries, premiering globally on Apple TV+. Rick Famuyiwa directed.
Clare Foy and Paul Bettany star in a torrid romance that curdles into something shocking to England in the early 1960s, debuting on Prime Video.
The anime Spring Simulcast Season is upon us! Especially on Crunchyroll.