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David Lynch grills a monkey in a new short on Netflix

By Charles Bramesco

It’s your basic hard-boiled cop interrogation, except with a primate and an experimental master.

Hollywood’s major studios are bowing before the almighty algorithm

By Charles Bramesco

Following Netflix’s example, Warner Bros has announced plans to base major decisions on AI data.

The Witcher review – An entertaining romp through bleak high fantasy

By Kambole Campbell

Netflix’s Andrej Sapowski adaptation is playful, violent, and enamoured with Henry Cavill’s chest.

A Very Queer Christmas: Is the LGBT+ holiday rom-com season upon us?

By Stefania Sarrubba

Let It Snow and Season of Love bring female queer romance to the fore.

A change in US law is rewriting Hollywood’s playbook

By Charles Bramesco

Deregulating the major studios could spell bad news down the line.

Eddie Murphy will star in a Beverly Hills Cop sequel for Netflix

By Charles Bramesco

The popular police comedy is the latest ’80s movie to be strip-mined for its nostalgia value.

Klaus

By Kambole Campbell

Netflix’s first animated feature production is a gorgeous looking festive heart-warmer.

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The End of the F***ing World returns with fresh faces and new twists

By Emma Fraser

British star Naomi Ackie joins Jessica Barden for the second season of the dark teen comedy.

Do Netflix’s varied playback speeds pose a threat to filmmakers?

By Charles Bramesco

Brad Bird and Judd Apatow have spoken out against the streaming giant’s latest experiment.

BoJack Horseman Season 6 offers a painfully real perspective on time

By Roxanne Sancto

The show’s final season finds our equine protagonist in a self-reflective mood.

Netflix will bring The Irishman to Broadway (kind of)

By Charles Bramesco

The streaming disruptor’s latest gambit challenges what a movie theater really is.

Science-fiction and songwriting find perfect harmony in Carole & Tuesday

By Kambole Campbell

The latest anime series from Shinichirō Watanabe is among his kindest and most soulful to date.

Netflix’s The Dark Crystal series captures the essence of Henson’s original

By Aimee Knight

Age of Resistance honours its predecessor visually and spiritually.

Audiences deserve better than Netflix’s Enter the Anime

By Henry St Leger

This soulless documentary is an insult to subscribers who wanted to learn more about Japanese animation.

Noah Baumbach’s anti-romance Marriage Story gets a pair of trailers

By Charles Bramesco

Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver come together, then drift apart.

Eddie Murphy struts his stuff in the Dolemite Is My Name trailer

By Charles Bramesco

He plays Rudy Ray Moore in this salute to the blaxploitation legend.

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