Everything streaming on Netflix, Stan, BINGE, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+ Apple TV+ that’s worth your time from June 20-26, 2022.
The Future Of (21st)
Here’s an intriguing docu-series that explores the new technologies that will shape humanity Into the next century and beyond. Hopefully flying cars will feature on the docket!
Snowflake Mountain (22nd)
A bunch of clueless young adults are forced to fend for themselves at a hardcore wilderness retreat in a reality TV show that sounds a little bit too much like the set-up of Deliverance for our taste. But your mileage may vary.
The Umbrella Academy S3 (22nd)
The latest, and hopefully greatest, season of the quirky superhero adventure show is here. Elliot Page returns and you can expect the delightful Robert Sheehan to steal every damn scene he’s in. This is imaginative, visually spectacular stuff.
The Hidden Lives of Pets (22nd)
Here’s a fun, but science-based, look at the humble pets in our lives and the reason for some of their odd, quirky and lovable behaviours. Watch it with your fur babies and make a night of it!
The Man From Toronto (24th)
Fun-looking action comedy starring the unlikely pairing of Kevin Hart and Woody Harrelson. Expect hijinks, shenanigans and - if you’re lucky - a generous serving of ballyhoo! Kaley Cuoco also stars.
Man vs Bee (24th)
It’s Rowan Atkinson versus a mischievous bee in a comedy series that will probably fill the Mr Bean-shaped hole you have in your heart. Light and goofy, no doubt, but Atkinson is still the king of Pommy slapstick.
Revealed: No Mercy, No Remorse (23rd)
Hard-hitting documentary about the so-called Frankston murders, commited by a very disturbed individual in Melbourne. Not an easy watch, to be sure, but true crime fans will be into it.
This 2019 reboot of the Hellboy property - starring David Harbour, Milla Jovovich and Ian McShane - should have been a slam dunk. Instead, it’s a bit of a mess. File under “interesting failures”.
The Twelve (21st)
Aussie crime drama, starring the great Sam Neill, Brooke Satchwell and Matt Nable, comes with a lot of expectation and positive buzz. Well worth a look if you’re interested in seeing some quality local content. Plus Sam looks great in a wig!
Last Night in Soho (23rd)
Director Edgar Wright (Hot Fuzz, Shaun of the Dead) brings us his take on mind-bending horror films and the result is a superb, stylish, edge-of-your-seat thriller. Starring Anya-Taylor Joy, Thomasin McKenzie and Matt Smith, this is not to be missed.
Amazon Prime Video
Brian Wilson: Long Promised Road (23rd)
Documentary about Beach Boys’ co-founder Brian Wilson and the many twists and turns his career and life took along the way. Sure to be a must-watch for hardcore fans of the band.
Chloe S1 (24th)
Slick-looking thriller that deals with social media obsession and a central mystery that leads our main character to take on a dangerous new identity. Looks intriguing.
The Bear S1 (23rd)
A charming comedy about a fine-dining chef who comes home to Chicago to run his family sandwich shop. A sanger sounds pretty good right now, to be honest.
Trevor: The Musical (24th)
Moving musical comedy about a charming 13-year-old boy (does such a thing exist?) on a journey of discovery and self-acceptance. Bound to be wholesome and heart-warming.
Comedy series about a wealthy divorcee who is trying to live life on her own terms. Maya Rudolph stars in this fun-looking change-of-life caper.
Hello, Jack! The Kindness Show (24th)
Wholesome, family-friendly comedy starring Jack McBrayer with an emphasis on kindness,
which is always welcome. And that’s it for us, gang, thanks for reading this column, be excellent
to one another and stay safe. Cheers!
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