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A terrific kid's animated series that follows Hilda, who grew up in the magical wilderness with her mother, as she goes on her adventures in the big city of Trolberg. Delivered with such warmth and cr...[Read More]

When DJ Charlie finds himself needing a job, he inadvertently becomes a nanny to his best friends daughter. Now Charlie must manage the feisty child as he tries to rebuild his career. Funny in parts b...[Read More]

If you want an easy watch and a great binge then turn on Selling Sunset. The reality show focuses on the luxury high-end house market in LA but all the drama is in the office! Very addictive.

The animated kids movie, Sing is a delightful and heartwarming movie about the adventures of a group of talent show contests who must overcome personal obstacles to realise their dreams. A sweet and l...[Read More]

Arrested Development season 5 is a season of great moments strung together with bad editing. If you're not already a fan of the show, this season is unlikely to convert you. It still has great laughs ...[Read More]

This unique collection of 18 animated short stories is visually stunning and immensely enjoyable, especially on a 4k TV. Sci-fi fans will love at the groundbreaking animation and eclectic mixture of f...[Read More]

You've heard of dog shows, now it's time for the cat shows. Seriously, it's a thing. This documentary follows some cute and fluffy feline friends as they battle it out for the title of Canada's Best C...[Read More]

When George R. R. Martin, sci-fi, space and horror collide you get Nightflyers. Flawed but mostly unsettling enough to entertain and is certainly a visual feast. Think Event Horizon or Alien and you g...[Read More]

Having worked with the DEA in Columbia, Pope returns to the US and enlists four former military friends to help him track down the elusive drug lord 'Lorea'. Then they decide to rob him and smuggle th...[Read More]

Behind The Curve explores the growing ‘Flat Earth Society’ by following some of the big names involved. Featuring prominent members in both the flat earth and science communities, it is a fascinating ...[Read More]

Devasted by the loss of his wife, Tony spirals into a depression but believes that at least he has suicide as an option to fall back on. This ‘superpower’ knowledge means he is free to say and do as h...[Read More]

Juanita readily admits she is a ghetto cliche. But tired of her stagnant life she goes on an adventure of self-discovery and ends up in Paper Moon, Montana. A beautiful and lovely movie about one woma...[Read More]