The Power of the Dog

Director Jane Campion returns to film for the first time in a decade for the adaptation of Thomas Savage's novel The Power of the Dog. Starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Kirsten Dunst, Kodi Smit-McPhee, and Jesse Plemons, the movie follows a charismatic rancher who torments his brother when he returns home with his new wife and her son. The film will begin streaming on Netflix on December 1, 2021, after premiering at the Venice International Film Festival on September 2.

  • 8-Bit Christmas

    In the late '80s, the holy grail of Christmas gifts was the Nintendo Entertainment System. Eight bits of pure joy beamed through a CRT television screen, it was the Red Rider bb gun of the decade. 8-Bit Christmas tells the tale of one kid who will do anything for the ultimate Christmas gift. Starring Neil Patrick Harris and Winslow Fegley, 8-Bit Christmas comes to HBO Max November 24, 2021.

  • Markus Eder's The Ultimate Run

    Freeskier Markus Eder is arguably the most creative man on skis. Over two years and 90 days of filming, he's created his magnus opus — The Ultimate Run. Eders returned to his home at the Skiarena Klausberg, carving a line from the top of Zermatt to valley floor.

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    Stranger Things / Season 4

    After the events of season three, the Byers and Eleven pack up and head to California. The west coast's newest residents have been adjusting to the SoCal life, but with spring break approaching, the gang makes plans for a reunion. The chaos continues when Stranger Things returns in 2022.

  • The Beach

    In 2019, Australian director Warwick Thorton isolated himself on a remote beach in northwest Australia. Living in a tiny shack, Thorton documented the entire experience, and A24 will stream the result for one week via its Screening Room streaming service. The Beach stars Thorton, a dog, three chickens, a mud crab, and a lot of cooking.

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