2021

Marie Kondo is back and fresh off the back of Tidying Up comes Sparking Joy with the emphasis on helping people with their business as well as their homes. Still good but not offering much more than t...[Read More]

Nick Brewer is being held hostage in Clickbait. On an online video he confesses to murdering a woman and when that video gets to 5 million views, he will be killed. So the race is on to find Nick and ...[Read More]

Marvel has gone all experimental, recreating the beloved Multiverse plotlines by pondering the question 'What If...? in this animated series. Great concept but they've played it safe with a few of the...[Read More]

Time-loop and Action collide in Boss Level when retired soldier, Roy Pulver, spends all day every day avoiding getting murdered. Until he can't and the day resets again. But how has it happened and ho...[Read More]

Luca is a beautiful tale of two young sea monsters who become human when they are on land, and their unlikely but strong friendship with a young girl. More upbeat than recent Pixar movies and great fo...[Read More]

It's 90s LA and an aspiring film director ends up on a mind-altering journey of supernatural revenge that gets nightmarishly out of control in Brand New Cherry Flavor. Really really weird but bizarrel...[Read More]

If you're a fan of the gentle painter who taught millions how to create happy little trees, be prepared for Bob Ross: Happy Accidents, Betrayal, and Greed-the new documentary now streaming on Netflix.

The story of Naomi Osaka's rise to the top of tennis as the young, shy superstar lets the cameras into this competitive world. It's not all it's cracked up to be in this more artistic look at her life...[Read More]

Dr Ji-Yoon Kim has just been elected The Chair of the English department at a prestigious college, the first woman to hold the position. But with endless problems to deal with, it's not long before al...[Read More]

Hosted by survival expert Creek Stewart, Could You Survive? re-enacts genuinely life-threatening incidents, with the survivors telling their frequently amazing stories.

He-Man is back. Or is he? Masters of the Universe: Revelation breathes new magic into the world of Eternia largely because He-Man and Skeletor are not really in it but it's stylish and exciting and gi...[Read More]

In a bid to find love based on personality rather than looks, contestants wear elaborate disguises as they go on three dates hoping to find the perfect partner in Sexy Beasts. Great concept, terrible ...[Read More]