We can finally clear out half-watched TV shows and movies from our Netflix lists thanks to a new feature from the streaming company.
“It feels fresh as hell, somehow taking the chores of the second and third films and transubstantiating them. It’s retroactive cinematic triage, and it’s kind of miraculous.”
Collected from across a wide range of YouTube sources, here’s a playlist of 194 Georges Méliès classics in chronological order.
Digital artists getting paid thanks to NFTs is great. Movies and companies creating NFTs to score some free promotional value suck.
If you can pick one of these, which one would you pick? Because there’s only one that’ll be available to buy in Australia…
Filming on the Furiosa prequel, starring Anya Taylor-Joy and Chris Hemsworth, will begin in June across NSW thanks to government funding.
Black Widow and Cruella will hit cinemas and Disney+ Premier Access simultaneously, while animated film Luca will get the Soul treatment.
Thought Tenet was tricky to understand in cinemas? Try watching Christopher Nolan’s sci-fi epic on a Game Boy Advance, courtesy of a YouTuber.
Juliet Landau’s new movie explores abuse inflicted by narcissists. Plus we talk about the wild list of guest stars and, of course, Buffy.
There’s tonnes of speculation about the upcoming Borderlands film, but here are all the facts that we know so far.
Don’t know which movie reviewers share your tastes? Find your perfect film match with the Movie Critic Matchmaker test.
No Time To Die may have no time at all if it doesn’t take a chance and go the streaming route before everyone has given up on it.
“That’s a problem with popular culture: these films are profoundly thought through, but it’s too easy to look cool, have a cool haircut, and have a gun, and you think that’s all you need to do in life.”
Disney is saying it is “very pleased” with how its special premium digital release of Mulan has performed. But the cultural errors mean this can’t be remembered as a ‘success’.
Twitch has opened up its Watch Party tech to let anyone stream from their Prime Video account with minimum fuss and perfect legality (given Twitch is owned by Amazon, which owns Prime Video). It tested the idea with some of its bigger creators, and now it’s opening up to everyone.
This week Seamus and Nic look at the Epic battle between Apple and the company that makes the Unreal Engine…