School holiday films playing in NZ cinemas
There are plenty of worthwhile family films playing in Aotearoa cinemas.
The 12 best films on Netflix for kids (and their parents)
Paddington, Labyrinth, Kung Fu Panda and heaps more.
New to NZ streaming services this October
HBO’s latest thriller, Netflix’s chess drama, Mando’s return, and more.
The 20 best movies on Neon New Zealand
We perused Neon for the best films available to stream.
Is Glenn Danzig’s Verotika really the horror version of The Room?
It does not disappoint – depending on how you feel about a few things.
Banned, cursed, evil and adored – what makes The Exorcist so terrifying?
“What makes viewers so pliable once the puke starts flying?”
Chris Rock stars in Fargo’s fourth season, its most filmic yet
Jason Schwartzman and Jessie Buckley also feature.
13 films we hope we’re still lucky enough to see in 2020
What we’re looking forward to seeing before the end of 2020 (phew).
The 50 best movies on Netflix New Zealand
The definitive list of the best films currently available to stream on Netflix NZ.
The 20 best Oscar-winners on Netflix
Matt Glasby distills the triumphant trophy-winners down to a top twenty.
The year 2020 has sucked, but its TV has not
Neon and Sky have a ton of shows up for Emmys this year.
Becky challenges Russell Crowe for 2020’s most unhinged performance
Also features Kevin James as a neo-Nazi.
Jude Law disappears down the rabbit hole in mysterious new show The Third Day
Neon’s new island-set show channels The Wicker Man and Midsommar vibes.
The top 20 horror movies on Netflix
The world’s terrifying, but hopefully you haven’t lost your appetite for horror.
Cobra Kai cleverly flips the script, and makes us empathise with the bad guy
It’s a pretty damn clever reversal of expectations.
The top 20 sci-fi movies on Netflix
There’s plenty of sci-fi awesomeness to watch.
The superb Michael Shannon on his new thriller The Quarry
One of our favourite actors, Michael Shannon plays a police chief suspicious of a new arrival in town.
Local drama continues to up its game with NZ series The Sounds
And another reminder why the qualifier “good, for NZ” no longer applies.
Funny, insightful and full of heart, Shrill is an ideal binge-watch
…without being a mindless one.
Why The Boys is the best superhero property since Endgame
Two Kiwi screen legends lead a show that feels like a rebellious act of defiance.
I May Destroy You is expertly crafted and brutally alive
Expertly crafted and brutally alive, it’s the best new show in a long time.