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Best new movies and TV series on Amazon Prime Video Australia: June 2022
Your guide to everything landing on Amazon Prime this month.
Here’s what to watch over the long weekend, in cinemas or at home
Our handy guide to the biggest titles and bingeable series to keep you entertained for the next three days.
The best 25 thrillers on Stan
In the mood for a good thriller? There’s plenty of them on Stan, that’s for damn sure.
The best 25 horror movies on Amazon Prime Video Australia
There’s a treasure trove of excellent horror movies to stream on Prime Video.
The 25 best comedy movies on Netflix Australia
We’ve combed through the Netflix archives to find the very best comedy movies on offer.
The 50 best movies on Stan
Want to know the best films to watch on Stan? Here’s the mother of all guides.
The biggest family movies to watch with this kids this school holidays
Get the whānau together for some hearty entertainment on screens big and small.
Marvel fan faves Daredevil, Jessica Jones and Luke Cage are headed to Disney+
Netflix’s coolest MCU heroes are switching to Disney+! And Iron Fist is there too, I guess.
When will Bridgerton season 2 be released in Australia?
Here’s your first look at the newest steamy couple: they’re sure to attract Lady Whistledown’s attention.
All its stars can’t save Don’t Look Up from being a disaster of a disaster comedy
Bafflingly unfunny, with a cast that’s largely squandered, and surprisingly little to say.
The ultimate guide to every Australian streaming platform
Our one-stop-shop guide to every streaming platform available to Australians.
Google reveals the world’s most-searched movies and shows of 2021
Disney, Netflix, and superheroes are still super-popular when it comes to the titles we all looked up this year.
Elegant, sinister and grand, Jane Campion’s The Power of the Dog is the work of a master
With an expert directorial hand and exquisite performances, it’s not difficult to see why this film is attracting awards speculation.
7 TV shows arriving in December that we’re excited about
Make sure you don’t miss any of these small-screen sensations, all arriving this month.
Peter Jackson’s The Beatles: Get Back is full of priceless moments
Footage offers a candid, unflinching look at the group’s personalities and the creative process.
Revisit the mesmerising films of astonishing auteur Jane Campion
Retracing the career of New Zealand’s outstanding Palme d’Or and Oscar-winning director.
The demons and violence in Netflix’s new Korean sensation Hellbound will get under your skin
It’s still a novel luxury to get super violent Korean TV shows at the same time as the rest of the world.
Xmas-themed Hawkeye is a much-needed holiday from MCU doomsday threats
The show gets a lot of early mileage out of Clint and Kate’s master-apprentice/Grinch-and-Cindy-Lou relationship.
Retrospective: before The Great, there was Marie Antoinette – ignore 2006’s reviews, it’s pretty great too
Sofia Coppola’s film holds up remarkably well, so why people get it so wrong back in 2006?
Cowboy Bebop and the challenges of adapting animation for a live-action series
Before judging the Netflix Bebop, just what is and isn’t possible in translating animation to the live-action medium?
Social norms, niceties, sexism and roaring racism collide in the captivating Passing
Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga play characters who can “pass” as white in the 1920s.
Retrospective: women’s desire propels Jane Campion’s underrated erotic thriller In the Cut
Maligned upon release, the Meg Ryan and Mark Ruffalo pic deserves your reappraisal.