As it is now October, the spookiest month, everyone is obligated to watch far more horror than they usually do. For me, this means an attempt to watch and rate as many horror movies from Netflix's library as I can in one month. If you're after a new horror to watch, here's what I think of everything streaming now on Netflix.
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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.
There has long been rumour of Apple starting its own video subscription service to challenge Netflix. Until recently, it had been lumped in the same speculative basket as Apple HDTVs and Apple self-driving cars.
Now, a report from CNBC has cast a spotlight on the rollout plan - which will apparently include HBO content and free original programming beamed directly to iOS devices.
If you've got a VPN, you're probably familiar with the US version of Netflix, which provides way more content than the Australian version. But have you checked out any of its rivals?
Some of the most popular options include Amazon Prime, HBO Now and Hulu. Which service offers the best bang for buck? Let's find out.
We've got your Netflix binge-list for the weekend right here, fresh from the Australian servers! The best brand-new additions include Season 2 of Big Mouth, Chinese period drama The Rise of Phoenixes, the Hitchcockian thriller What Lies Beneath, Martin Scorsese's gangster classic Casino and the triumphant return of Space Jam!
Marvel's Black Panther appeared on US Netflix last month to much jubilation and fanfare. If you're based in Australia, don't bother searching for it - the movie isn't available on the local service. (Boo!)
It's the latest in a long line of movies that Netflix doesn't own the streaming rights to in Australia. Fortunately, it's still possible to access these movies via a little VPN jiggery-pokery. Here are 99 movies exclusive to US Netflix - and how to watch them in Australia.
Each month, Netflix Australia adds a bunch of new movies and TV shows to its service in a bid to keep things fresh. Unfortunately, it also deletes third-party titles due to expired licensing agreements. Here's the full list of content getting yanked in October - from Body of Lies to Life's Too Short. Watch 'em while you still can!
Making A Murderer remains one of the most riveting true crime documentaries ever made. The highly anticipated sequel - which follows the appeal process of convicted murderers Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey - will appear on Netflix on October 19. The first trailer has just dropped and it doesn't contain any spoilers. Watch it here!
There are various reasons you might want to delete certain shows and movies from your Netflix viewing history. Maybe you "Netflix cheated" on your partner and want to hide the evidence. Maybe your kids keep using your account to watch crap about ponies and mermaids. Or maybe you accidentally clicked on Adam Sandler's Jack And Jill/Netflix's Insatiable and need to erase this horrifying blot from existence.
Here's how to delete all those Netflix mistakes from your profile forever.
When Netflix Australia launched in 2015, it promised that no content would be deleted month-to-month. Those days are now over. As licensing agreements begin to expire, more and more content is beginning to disappear from the service.
This month's casualties include Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, American Sniper, Knock Knock, Children of Men and the critically acclaimed sci-fi series The Expanse. Watch them while you've still got the chance!