In 1992, then teenager Sandy Tan and her friends made what may have been the first indie film in Singapore. But their director made off with all the footage. They talk about the effect the film and its disappearance had on their life in this critically-acclaimed documentary.
Auteurs Joel and Ethan Coen join the Netflix ranks with their Western anthology film, in which six short tales each reveal a story about the American West. Stars James Franco, Brendan Gleeson, Zoe Kazan, Liam Neeson, Tim Blake Nelson, and Tom Waits. Drops 11/16/18.
“Darkness only responds to darkness.” In our first peek at Daredevil‘s third season, it seems like Matt Murdock is losing faith in the justice system. Even more surprising, he appears to be wearing his original costume, and is revealing his identity to someone.
Orson Welles never completed his final film, The Other Side of the Wind. Some of its crew eventually edited the footage according to Welles notes, and now Netflix has earned the rights to release the result. The film is about an aging director trying to make a comeback film.
A child’s disappearance in the wilderness of Alaska beckons the expertise of an expert in wolf behavior. What he finds is far more sinister than anyone could have expected. Jeffrey Wright, Alexander Skarsgård and Riley Keough star in this Netflix thriller. Drops 9/28/18.
Maggie Gyllenhaal stars in this Netflix drama about a school teacher who becomes obsessed with the talent and potential of a kindergarten student, and the extreme levels to which she will go to to ensure his abilities are exposed and appreciated. Drops 10/12/18.
Zion Clark was born without legs. As a child, he was put up for adoption and bounced from foster home to foster home growing up. But he fell in love with wrestling and used that as his outlet. This documentary follows his story in high school. Premieres 8/10/18 on Netflix.
“How many of your subjects have ended up catatonic?… Zero. Roughly.” After a mysterious teaser, we get our first real look at Cary Joji Fukunaga’s limited series about two strangers who find themselves in a pharmaceutical trial that sends them deep down the rabbit hole.
An super skinny Jonah Hill and Emma Stone star in this Netflix limited series about two strangers in a trippy pharmaceutical trial that runs off the rails. Directed by True Detective Season 1 auteur Cary Joji Fukunaga, and created by The Leftovers writer Patrick Somerville.
“You can do anything if you believe in yourself… Aaaagh!” The trailer for The Simpsons and Futurama creator Matt Groening’s Netflix series introduces us to its three main characters: a runaway princess, a naïve goblin and a demonic, well, demon. Premieres 8/17/18.
“And don’t forget! A state-of-the-art food court!” Netflix went all in for this short but rad teaser for the third season of Stranger Things. It’s an advertisement for Starcourt Mall, a newly opened mall in the show’s town. It should make for an awesome setting for the series.
In the Netflix exclusive film How It Ends, a mysterious apocalyptic event hits the United States, causing misinformation and violence to spread throughout the country. But a man and his father-in-law will journey across the country to save his pregnant wife. Premieres 7/20/18.
In the second season of Netflix’s Luke Cage, our hero is earning some well-deserved love and respect. Just as the fame seems to be going to his head, out comes a villain who appears to be even stronger than him. Fortunately, friends both old and new have his back.
The disjointed nature of last season meant the return of Arrested Development was a little off of its game. But for Season 5, Netflix managed to get all of our favorite characters back in the same place at the same time. We’re hoping that restores its former glory. Drops 5/29/18.
Clive Owen stars in this sci-fi thriller about a future in which our lives are are live-streamed to the authorities, violating all privacy, but providing detectives with a great crimesolving tool – at least until someone starts to mess with the data. Coming soon to Netflix.
(PG-13: Language) Netflix’s Mindhunter has a repetitive flow and is heavy on dialogue. But it keeps viewers watching by recreating Clarice Starling and Hannibal Lecter’s conversations in Silence of the Lambs – conveying information through framing and body language.