Torn between nostalgia and the constant acceleration of everything, two Netflix animations show where entertainment is heading.
Following a trend in the production of horror movies, Netflix’s Texas Chainsaw Massacre-sequel wants to claim the classic’s legacy and speak to the present moment. But why does it feel so goddamn hollow?
Obsessed with visual banalities and limited by a confusing script, Netflix’s new show fails to bring the dazzling story of the 'fake heiress' Anna Delvey to life.
Netflix’s The Tinder Swindler, shows why you should think before you swipe.
The streaming giant’s new film on the Munich Conference attempts to change our image of Neville Chamberlain and the fatal policy of Appeasement. It fails miserably.
In Netflix’s new found-footage horror series, demonic cults in haunted buildings are almost secondary, as time itself becomes the primal source of supernatural terror.
The film critic Siegfried Kracauer once argued that ‘stupid and unreal film fantasies are the daydreams of society, in which its actual reality comes to the fore and its otherwise repressed wishes take form.’ Netflix’s Selling-franchise once again proves the point.
In Don't Look Up fantastic realism meets disaster cinema to show why humanity is destined to perish in a carnival of idiocy and madness