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Trailer and release date for Inventing Anna, the wild true story of a fake heiress
“Who the hell is Anna Delvey?” Shonda Rimes’ first series for Netflix as a creator is about to reveal all.
God’s lonely men: the top 10 films directed by Paul Schrader
The screenwriter and director keeps returning to themes of faith, masculinity, “guilt, sex, and guilty sex”.
Starring everybody’s favourite super clean killer, Dexter: New Blood is now streaming
Michael C Hall is back, ten years after the unpopular conclusion of the original Dexter series.
Trailer and release date for car-flippin’ Michael Bay thriller Ambulance
Ambos, Lambos, brotherhood, one hell of a bank heist, and—what else?—explosions.
Racers, start your engines: trailer and release date for Titane
From the Palme d’Or-winning director of Raw, here’s another messed-up, visceral tale of feminine obsession and body horror.
How the insidiously good James Wan went from povo indie artist to horror stalwart
If there’s one thing that horror’s golden boy has proved over all these years, it’s that he knows how to scare people.
Stalking the suburbs: how to watch You Season 3 in Australia
Madre Linda is the “safest neighborhood in the Golden State”…until Joe and Love move in.
How to watch detention thriller series One of Us Is Lying in Australia
As ABBA once sang, ‘one of us is lying/one of us is dying/on the detention floor/deader than they’ve ever been before’…
How to watch haunting Nordic thriller series The Chestnut Man in Australia
Get stuck into the investigation, great autumnal fashion, and shocking revelations of how the killer and detectives probably share a past.
Netflix’s gnarly Squid Game is the world’s latest TV obsession – but does it live up to the hype?
The sadistic South Korean series has rocketed to sudden popularity: and amazingly, the show seems to really be ‘that good’.
The I Know What You Did Last Summer spin-off series arrives on Prime Video in October
A dead body turns summer into a huge bummer, for a whole new batch of terrified Gen Z teens.
Erotic thriller The Voyeurs is deliberately melodramatic and fabulously schlocky
Go into The Voyeurs blind—this is something that needs to be seen to be believed.
The best 25 thrillers on Amazon Prime Video Australia
In the mood for a good thriller? Subscribe to Prime Video? You’ve come to the right place.
Suspenseful but not too serious, Netflix thriller Clickbait lives up to its title
New Netflix show is satisfyingly bingeable and crazily convoluted.
Welcome back To The Blumhouse: four new nightmares are coming to Prime Video this October
Two double-features with a strong social conscience are coming soon to your screams. I mean, screens…
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 thrillers on Netflix Australia
We’ve trawled through Netflix to find the very best thrillers on offer.
Take the bait: cyber-thriller series Clickbait is currently streaming on Netflix
Filmed in Melbourne with Aussie talent behind the screen, it’s an internet-era thrill-ride you can watch right now.
Candyman, Candyman, Candyman is now playing in some Australian cinemas
Horror fans have been buzzing about this one for years now, and it’s almost time to make a bee-line to the cinema.
Adrien Brody’s mug is beautifully mopey in the atmospheric but slow Chapelwaite
Spooky and squidgy moments are too few-and-far between, in Stan’s deflating gothic horror series.
Netflix’s pleasantly mild (and mildly pleasant) Beckett echoes paranoid thrillers of the 70s
“Not everything has to be a blockbuster sensation or a searing political critique.”
Hollywood horror story Brand New Cherry Flavour aaaalmost works as Lynch-lite noir
Netflix’s gory new series has some strong influences to live up to—and ultimately it can’t quite compete.