You know the feeling; you’re scanning through the endless titles on a streaming service, you’ve been burned before, taking a risk on an unknown Netflix original film. Will it be as ridiculous as Bright? Or good, like, um… I’m sure there was a good Netflix original film we all liked, right? Just can’t think of anything right now is all… Off the top of my head… They’re there though. Surely. Aren’t they? Surely. Sure they are.
Henceforth referred to simply as Jim & Andy, this film is one that struck me as incredibly honest and raw. The film gives viewers a behind the scenes look into the making of Man On The Moon (1999), where Jim Carrey plays out the life and career of renowned comedian, Andy Kaufman.
In 1922, a female victim is wrongly murdered and thrown into a country well, only to return and haunt the terrified protagonist in the form of a vengeful spirit.
In 1999, funnyman Jim Carrey played his idol Andy Kaufman in Man on the Moon – this new documentary explores the lengths Carrey went to behind the scenes to portray him.
Grillo plays a getaway driver that’s been double-crossed after a bank robbery, as he has to fight to find out who betrayed him in order to protect his family, in Wheelman.
Director Adam Wingard walked haplessly into the volley fire of internet-trench-warfare in August, as Netflix deployed it’s much anticipated American adaption of Death Note.
Gerald’s Game is a little surprise package of a film that really packs a punch, and continues to throw jabs left and right until the wince inducing finale.
Thomas Jane stars in the movie adaptation of Stephen King’s short story 1922, due for release as a Netflix Original film in late October 2017.
The new Netflix Original film #REALITYHIGH is a teen-movie for the Instagram generation that uses social media throughout the film.
When Gary marries the woman of his dreams, he is shocked to find out his new stepson may be the literal antichrist, in Little Evil.
2017 must be the year of Stephen King, with multiple film and TV adaptations of his work released, the latest – the psychological-horror Gerald’s Game.
Adam Scott and Evangeline Lilly star in the upcoming horror-comedy Netflix exclusive film from the director of the hilarious Tucker and Dale vs Evil (2010).
Content Warning: this To the Bone feature article contains references to eating disorders, eating-disordered behaviours, and weight.
Based on the Japanese Manga series of the same name, Death Note is the latest upcoming film to feature in Netflix’s growing Original film cataologue.