Christmas is here, and that means the chance to huddle around the TV and watch Christmas movies with your kid(s)! But there are so many out there. And most of them are terrible.
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Here is your Netflix binge-list for the week, fresh from the Australian servers! This week's noteworthy additions include the gripping McDonald's biopic The Founder, true-crime documentary The Innocent Man, the Jennifer Lawrence/Chris Pratt sci-fi Passengers, and the first Australian-made Netflix Original of note: Tidelands!
Read on for everything coming to the service for the week of December 10 through to December 16.
Here’s a cool phenomenon: the Netflix Christmas special. This month, in addition to way too many original shows and films, Netflix is releasing Christmas episodes for existing shows, including Nailed It!, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Ezra Koenig’s Neo Yokio, and awards-bait Prince of Peoria: A Christmas Moose Miracle.
Over the next few days, Netflix is embarking on a mass-deletion blitzkrieg, with over 60 movies and TV shows set to disappear from its servers. Noteworthy casualties include Grease, Donnie Darko, The Godfather, Ocean's 11, the Oscar-nominated Room and er, Miley Cyrus' LOL.
Here's everything that will be gone on November 30. Watch them while you still can!
Netflix Australia is dropping a bumper-crop of content this week, with over 25 new and returning shows to sink your teeth into! Highlights include season three of Medieval Anglo-Saxon epic The Last Kingdom, new cooking series The Final Table, thriller The Tribe and the cult classic comedy Blazing Saddles. Here's what's new for the week of November 19 to 23.
After a relatively quiet start to the month, Netflix is releasing a cavalcade of great content this week. Interesting new additions to the service including the highly anticipated Coen Brothers' western The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, American martial arts series Warrior, psycho-sexual thriller Cam, the Australian-set zombie movie Cargo and the reboot of classic '80s cartoon She-Ra and the Princesses of Power. Here's what's new for the week of November 12 to 16.
I love overly dramatic cover songs, the kind you hear in movie trailers where some lady is stage-whispering "He did the mash, he did the Monster Mash" while the Inception sound blasts over shots of a robot wizard tornado. I play them in two moods: feeling extremely dramatic and pumped up, or feeling goofy. So I took a few dozen of these songs and I made a dramatic, embarrassing Spotify playlist.
November is a solid month for Netflix. You’ve got the new She-Ra, a new season of MST3K, a previously unfinished Orson Welles film, and classics like The English Patient, Good Will Hunting, and Close Encounters of the Third Kind. And the site is only losing a few hit films. Here’s everything coming and going from Netflix in October.
You can find just about anything on Reddit, for better or worse. It’s one of the reasons why the site remains so universally popular, as it’s an easy way for newbies to have near-unlimited access to everything that used to be a little harder to find: day-of downloads for new movies, streams of their favourite sporting events, free or modified video games and applications, et cetera.
You can hate getting scared and still want to watch scary movies. I’m a little crying baby, but I didn’t let that stop me from enjoying The Babadook, or enjoying and then hating 10 Cloverfield Lane. My strategy for both was simple: Watch on the couch with a friend, pausing a little for drinks. It worked great, I only had two nightmares after each movie!
Over at GQ, my fellow scaredy-waredy powderpuff Jaya Saxena recommends the couch-with-friends strategy, plus some other ways to cope with scary movies when you aren’t a diehard horror fan.
Here is your Netflix binge list for the weekend, fresh from the Australian servers! The best brand-new content includes season three of Marvel's Daredevil, supernatural chiller Haunted, South Korean sci-fi Illang: The Wolf Brigade and the hotly anticipated crime documentary Making A Murderer Part 2!
It's easy to find movies to download or stream; even for law-abiding popcorn munchers! If you're flying straight and narrow or want to support and watch films that are free, public domain, or whose creators want them free and openly shared, here are some great sites to bookmark - and visit when you want something new to watch.
Netflix Australia has released a bumper crop of fresh content tonight - just in time for a rainy weekend! New additions include the Bob Marley documentary ReMastered: Who Shot the Sheriff, martial arts series FightWorld, spooky fright-fest The Haunting of Hill House and new episodes of multiple TV shows. That's your weekend viewing sorted.