It grapples with the idea of humanity and brings up conversations on religion, faith, society, and small town culture in such profound ways. Some of the best monologues I’ve ever seen are in this series. It’s thrilling, and it’s horror, but it takes a methodical, psychological approach that is unlike anything I’ve seen in a long time.
This horror flick tackles cancel culture and white privilege while touching on the dangers of social media and high school drama. At times, it feels like it’s leaning a little into a ~woke~ teen thriller category, and it doesn’t work as well as other times. But all in all, it’s a gory story that refuses to let you go once it starts.
It’s finally back! Season 3 of Sex Education has officially premiered on Netflix. It may have only been a year-and-a-half, but it feels like we’ve been waiting so much longer. This bunch of British teenagers represent the most diverse, relatable, and accurately awkward group of kids on TV right now.
It’s a simple enough premise, but what is done within the timeframe of this film honestly made for some of the most thrilling, intense, fully consuming work I’ve ever seen.
Grief comes in all of shapes and sizes. I thought The Starling took a very thoughtful approach to tackling such a sensitive topic but in an effectively touching yet humorous way. When it doesn’t take itself too seriously, it’s firing on all cylinders in the best of ways.
Afterlife of the Party starring Victoria Justice, Midori Francis, Spencer Sutherland, Timothy Renouf, Robyn Scott, and Adam Garcia, has officially premiered on Netflix. In the film, Cassie (Justice), social butterfly, dies at a party on her birthday in a freak accident, and if she wants to earn her wings, she’s going to have to right her wrongs on Earth first.
He’s All That has made its debut on Netflix, and by now you’ve probably seen the reaction to the modern-day, gender-flipped 2021 remake of She’s All That all over social media.
Spencer Sutherland stars in Afterlife of the Party alongside Victoria Justice and Midori Francis, and the film premiered on Netflix today. Crossing over from the music world into acting, Afterlife of the Party is Spencer’s feature film debut. I am always a fan of when music meshes with movies and TV, and this is a perfectly suited combination.
Workplace, dramedy, and satire might seem like quite the hodge podge of words to describe one show, but they’re all accurate characteristics of “The Chair.”
Beckett debuted on Netflix today following its world premiere at the Locarno International Film Festival earlier this month. Starring John David Washington, Alicia Vikander, Vicky Krieps, Yorgos Pirpassopoulus, and Boyd Holbrook, the cast for this action-thriller is pretty great. After a car accident in Greece, Beckett (John David Washington), an American tourist, gets caught up in the middle of a political conspiracy that forces him to go on the run for his life.