Tag: netflix

BURNING BODY Review: Tangled Up in Love

Úrsula Corberó, Quim Gutiérrez, and José Manuel Poga star in a Netflix limited series, based on a true story.

CAPTAIN FALL Review: Beguiling, Hilarious, Absolutely Absurd, Definitely Only for Adults

Jason Ritter, Christopher Meloni, Lesley-Ann Brandt lead the voice cast in an outrageous animated series, from 'Norsemen' creators Jon Iver Helgaker and Jonas Torgersen, now streaming on Netflix.

Now Streaming: ARNOLD, Austrian Bodybuilder Sets His Sights on Hollywood

Directed by Lesley Chilcott, the documentary series is now streaming on Netflix.

Friday One Sheet: MADE IN HEAVEN

When I look at this key art for Netflix's Indian wedding planner series, Made In Heaven, I cannot help but hear Townes Van Zandt's mournful twang playing in my head: Send me dead flowers by the mail Send me dead...

Cannes 2023 Review: MAY DECEMBER, Delicious Ides

Natalie Portman and Julianne Moore star in a new film by Todd Haynes.

Friday One Sheet: FLORIDA MAN

Well these are a lot of fun, and they popped up online mere minutes after this column was published last week. Better late than never. Florida Man appears to be a kind of Midnight Run caper, set in the craziness...

Series Mania 2023 Review: BARDOT, A Sex Symbol Is Born

Newcomer Julia de Nunez embodies the boisterous spirit of young Brigitte Bardot, an iconic French actress and sex symbol, in a series mapping her rise to global stardom.

BEEF Review: Roiling Road Rage

Steven Yuen and Ali Wong star in the brilliant #Netflix series, created by Lee Sung Jin.

LUTHER: THE FALLEN SUN Review: Consumed By Pain

Idris Elba, Cynthia Erivo and Andy Serkis star in the British thriller, written by Neil Cross, that works hard to cross from a small-screen series to a big-screen experience.

Luis Estrada's ¡QUE VIVA MÉXICO! Will Have Wide Theatrical Release in Mexico

¡Que viva México!, Luis Estrada’s new political satire -- and his first film in almost a decade -- will have a wide theatrical release in Mexico, on Thursday, March 23. It’ll be distributed by Sony Pictures Releasing International. ¡Que viva...

Now Streaming: MANK, David Fincher and Brilliance

Gary Oldman stars in David Fincher's brilliant drama, now streaming on Netflix.

Review: TROLL, Waking a Sleeping Monster

Directed by Roar Uthuag, the action-adventure stars Ine Marie Wilmann, Kim Falck, Mads Sjøgård Pettersen and Gard B. Eidsvold. Now streaming on Netflix.

Review: WHITE NOISE, Calculated Comedic Chaos and Commentary

Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig tune in for Noah Baumbach's existential ride.

Friday One Sheet: WHITE NOISE

Like a cross between Mort Drucker's dense caricature work for Mad Magazine, the Where's Waldo? children's books, and the board game Scotland Yard, illustrator Marija Tiurina's key art for White Noise is a helluva thing. Tiurina has done several of...

Busan 2022 Review: BARDO, FALSE CHRONICLE OF A HANDFUL OF TRUTHS, Pretentious but oh so Pretty

It has been seven years since Mexican filmmaker Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s last film, the epic western The Revenant, which scored him his second consecutive Best Director Oscar after winning for Birdman the previous year. Considering the subject matter of his...

Review: THAR, There's Blood on the Rajasthani Sand in Netflix's Latest Indian Thriller

A detective investigating a seemingly random murder in the rural Rajasthani desert turns out to be so much more in Raj Singh Chaudhary’s Thar. Nothing much happens in Munabao, a small town near the Pakistani border region of Rajasthan, but...

Now Streaming: RUSSIAN DOLL Plunges Back, THE FLIGHT ATTENDANT Carries On

Nathasha Lyonne stars in a superb Netflix comic time-traveling thriller; Kaley Cuoco stars in an HBO max comic mystery series.


Two new series on Netflix kick off the Spring 2022 anime season with a lotta cartoon butt.

Friday One Sheet: RESIDENT EVIL

After 20 years of feature films, and an untold number of video games on multiple platforms, the un-killable zombie franchise, Resident Evil, comes to Netflix. I must say, the teaser designs for the series are superb.  High impact yellow, loads...

Review: PROCESSION, Filmmaking As a Conduit for Healing

Directed by Robert Greene, 'Procession' is one of the most powerful and important documentaries ever made.