From retro horror trilogies to Sin City zombie romps, these are the best films to watch on Netflix this year
Fear Street will delight anyone wanting to sink into ‘90s nostalgia. These popcorn-friendly horror romps are R-rated adaptations of R. L. Stine’s novels.
A heist movie with a zombie twist. Prepare for alarmingly fast hordes of the undead... and even a zombie tiger.Year released: 2021
This Netflix animation is every bit as irreverently funny as you'd expect from the creative minds behind 21 Jump Street and The Lego Movie.Year released: 2021
Fincher’s first movie since Gone Girl, the director brings everything to Mank, editing it to perfection in one of Hollywood's finest love-letters to itself.
From the creative mind behind Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, this is a psychological thriller that will fry your nerves. And we're not complaining.
A classic Scorsese pic that’s all the better for its lenghty runtime, which delves deep into a previously-unexplored territory: the loneliness of a lifelong crook.
A sprawling Southern Gothic drama set in post-war Ohio. This movie's a harrowing experience – but a worthwhile one... if you can stomach it.
A fierce, fascinating film. Lee has been reminding us that Black Lives Matter since the mid-’80s, and this Vietnam-set movie is fuelled by righteous anger.
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