It's a shame this Predator spin-off went straight to streaming: the gritty visuals and frankly awesome action deserve a big, scary screen. There's all the gore a fan could want, and Amber Midthunder is a fresh face to rally for, letting a new story and old villain speak for themselves.
An addictive and disturbing take on the banality of domestic, suburban life with a gruesome true-crime murder at its centre. Jessica Biel – the peppy neighbourhood socialite – and Melanie Lynskey – the put-upon housewife – play fantastic opposites.
Musical biopics tend to be fairly rote affairs, but Baz Luhrmann's take on Elvis is sheer energy and spectacle, with a sensational performance from Austin Butler as The King. This is mythology, not biography – and it’s all the better for it.
A lush, very old-school musical with its heart bleeding out on its sleeve. Even if his singing's not top-notch, Peter Dinklage’s romantic readings are utterly heart wrenching, and it’s glorious to see the film’s numbers on such an epic scale.
This consistently funny dive into e-sports is clearly made by people who know what they're talking about. For gamers and n00bs alike, cemented by a fizzing performance from Misha Brooks as a nerd-jock named Creamcheese.
Reservation Dogs: Season 2
Gut-bustingly funny, but it never shies away from the grim realities of rez life, addressing themes like poverty, alcoholism, and teen suicide with admirable frankness.
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