There’s a bit of something for everyone with the best films hitting streaming this week.
We're finally getting our hands on the second season of the psychological thriller drama Yellowjackets.
This is when the Roy family will make their return.
This updated re-imagining of Great Expectations is aided and abetted by Olivia Colman, Fionn Whitehead, and Ashley Thomas on top form.
This character-driven second season is rife with solid performances, subtle in its story telling, and unflinching in its acquired taste of teenager.
With stories multiplying faster than a clone army, here’s every upcoming Star Wars show and movie that’s on the way.
Waco: American Apocalypse takes an unflinching look at cult leader David Koresh and one of the darkest moments in modern American history.
Craig Mazin and Neil Druckmann are working on The Last of Us season two, but what do we know about Ellie and Joel's return?
Meryl Streep and Edward Norton head an all-star cast in Extrapolations. A climate change melodrama from the man beyond Contagion.
We've all played the game but the wild true story that led to Tetris becoming a household name is so crazy, it has to be seen to be believed.
The movie shines a light on the female reporters who covered the murders in the early 1960s.
Wondering what to watch this weekend? The middle of March brings with it a hell of a lot of new films to streaming.
Coming off like a Guy Ritchie wannabe crime caper, A Town Called Malice is saved by the presence of Martha Plimpton and Tahirah Sharif on magnetic form.
One of the stars of Disney+'s new true crime thriller has a personal connection to the story.
We are truly living in a golden age of TV crime dramas.
"There are voices missing from this story of the largest porn platform — and it's the people whose backs the company profits off of," explains Suzanne Hillinger.
Ten films will battle it out for the coveted prize at the Academy Awards.
The Wednesday star reveals the "devastating" reason behind her absence from Netflix hit You.
On streaming this weekend, there’s a compelling mix of blockbuster epics and international cinema.
A new month of streaming has begun, with awards season contenders and more landing on services in a flood of new releases.
Oscar-nominated drama Empire of Light and the return of The Mandalorian lead Disney+’s March line-up
Riley Keough leads new Prime Video weekly watch Daisy Jones & The Six, while Donald Glover’s Swarm demands binge viewing
Idris Elba’s DCI Luther makes his film debut on Netflix this month, while Elvis gets the animated alt-history treatment.
March is shaping up to be another stellar month for Sky Cinema, headlined by the arrival of Baz Luhrmann’s rhinestone encrusted musical biopic Elvis.
A creepy kidnap thriller and the return of Yellowjackets headline Paramount+ UK this month.