Tim Robinson’s cringe comedy returns to streaming this week, plus new mystery and action

From returning faves to some new ones, here’s the best fresh viewing coming your way.

I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson

The excruciating, surreal, and loud comedy of Tim Robinson returns for a third season of meme-generating preposterous scenarios, full of characters losing their shit trying to maintain increasingly absurd or indefensible positions. This season’s guests include the likes of Jason Schwartzman, Tim Meadows, Patti Harrison, Tim Heidecker, Fred Armisen, Ayo Edebiri, Will Forte, and Conner O’Malley.

Bodies Bodies Bodies

Labelled “a fun fun fun version of Clue for the TikTok era” in Eliza Janssen’s Flicks review, Bodies Bodies Bodies sees a real body count pile up during a shoulda-been-playful party game. College kids are the victims and villains in this horror comedy, with a cast including Maria Bakalova, Amandla Stenberg, Rachel Sennott, Pete Davidson and Lee Pace. Stop what you’re doing, and put this Charli XCX banger from the film on repeat.

The Indiana Jones movies

Dust off Doctor Jones ahead of Harrison Ford’s final outing as Indy next month—all four Indiana Jones movies are coming to Disney+. There’s no better time to reacquaint yourself with the highs (Raiders of the Lost Ark) and lows (cough, Crystal Skull) of the adventuring archaeologist.

Drive My Car

The relationship between a theatre actor-director and his driver lies at the centre of Oscar-winning Japanese drama Drive My Car. Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s deeply human filmmaking invests you deeply and early on, wrote Tony Stamp in his review for Flicks.


A star-studded TV series bound for cult classic status with plenty of WTF moments, all three seasons of Arctic thriller Fortitude arrive on Neon for those who missed it at the time, or want to revisit its chills. Layer up for its combination of John Carpenter horror The Thing, Scandinavian detective noir TV series The Bridge, and Black Mirror.

The Piano

Jane Campion made history as the first female director to win the Palme d’Or at Cannes with this stunning pic (a feat since repeated by Julia Ducournau’s Titane and just this week Justine Triet’s Anatomy of a Fall). Starring Holly Hunter, Harvey Keitel and Sam Neill, among the Oscars earned by this tale of sex and power amid Aotearoa’s colonisation, were Best Actress for Hunter and Best Supporting Actress for a then-11-year-old Anna Paquin.

The Godfather Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone

Director’s cut of Francis Ford Coppola’s third and final Godfather movie. While the original cut hasn’t stood the test of time in critical circles, this new version is said to be closer to Coppola and co-writer Mario Puzo’s original vision.


New comedy-mystery series Deadloch sees two vastly different detectives—played by Kate Box and Madeleine Sami—thrown together to solve a murder in a sleepy seaside Australian hamlet. “She’s a lovable cunt, and sometimes… a not so lovable cunt,” Sami said of her character in an interview with Amelia Berry for Flicks, sharing more on playing such a loose unit, one that’s more than just a gender-flip of a classic cop archetype.


The final episodes of Manifest land on Netflix, resolving this supernatural drama about the passengers and crew of a commercial airliner who suddenly reappeared after being presumed dead for five and a half years—but for whom no time had passed at all.


French action comedy sees a team put together for a dangerous mission—to rescue its leader’s brother, who’s held captive by a dangerous cartel in Medellín, Colombia. Their plan? Kidnap the cartel leader’s son and propose a trade…