Netflix Review – ‘Green Eggs and Ham’ – Season 1

Green Eggs and Ham is a classic book from Dr. Seuss, one of the most beloved children’s book writers ever. First published in 1960, the book has sold over 8 million copies and has now been adapted by Warner Bros. Animation into an animated series for Netflix. It became the most expensive animated program to […]

Netflix Review – ‘Marriage Story’

“What you’re doing is an act of hope.” – Nora With many directors, producers and actors blaming Netflix and other streaming services for what could end up being the end of cinema as we know, the streaming service is releasing several films in theatres for a number of weeks to be eligible for consideration during […]

Netflix Review – ‘The Irishman’

“I Heard You Paint Houses” The Irishman is supposed to be THE film for Netflix. With a $160 million budget and this year’s most wanted de-aging technique (ref. Gemini Man), legendary director Martin Scorsese‘s long awaited new film has a lot of eyes and hungry fans to please. It’s definitely made to be seen on […]

Netflix Review – ‘Eli’

“The devil always lies.” – Rose Included in the 2015 Blacklist for top unproduced screenplays (written by the guys who wrote ‘The Autopsy of Jane Doe‘), this Paramount production was purchased last year by Netflix. When a boy with some sort of auto-immune disorder, arrives at a treatment facility with his parents, he hopes to […]

NetflixANZ Sets Release Dates for Spring/Summer Films

Netflix Australia/New Zealand has announced the release dates for some of Netflix’s biggest spring/summer films. All four of them will show in cinemas across the country prior to being released on the streaming service. The King Hal (Timothée Chalamet), wayward prince and reluctant heir to the English throne, has turned his back on royal life […]

Netflix Review – ‘Living With Yourself’

You can never have enough Paul Rudd, you say? Then maybe ‘Living With Yourself’ is just the tv-series for you. The by Timothy Greenberg (The Detour) created show tells the story of Miles (Rudd), a man in his late thirties who’s living day after day as if he’s stuck in purgatory. Nothing excites him anymore […]

‘Klaus’ Delivers New Twist on the Christmas Legend

“Welcome To The Jingle“ Netflix has just released the first trailer for their upcoming animated Christmas-flick ‘Klaus‘, which tells a new original story on the origins of Christmas and Santa Claus. The film will have a short theatrical run in the US from November 8 and will be available on Netflix from November 15. When […]

Netflix Review – Big Mouth – Season 3

After two seasons and a “Furry Valentine“-special with these foulmouthed middle school students and their hormone monsters, comes another 10 episodes of Big Mouth, which this time focuses more on equal rights, different sexual orientations and incest. Yeah, you read that right – incest. The third season starts of right after the events that occurred […]

Review – Raising Dion

Netflix‘s newest science fiction-series, comes from the producers behind Jericho and 24: Legacy. The show is based on the by Dennis Liu written comic book “Raising Dion“, which celebrates diversity, while tackling the challenges of raising a child with superpowers. Nicole (Alisha Wainwright), a recently widowed, African American woman is trying to balance her professional […]

Sam Worthington Goes Looking For His Family in First Trailer for Netflix Thriller ‘Fractured’

From director Brad Anderson (The Machinist) and writer Alan B. McElroy (Wrong Turn-franchise), Fractured tells the story of Ray Monroe (Sam Worthington). When Ray and his wife Joanne (Lily Rabe) rush their daughter to the emergency room of a nearby hospital after she is hurt in an accident. After being sent away for further testing, […]