What Should I Watch?

That's the question I hear every week when it gets to Friday or Saturday movie night. There is always tons of new stuff out, but what's good? Once a week, this opinionated newsletter will deliver a few suggestions of what I think is worth watching. I'll be suggesting new movies that are available for streaming in Australia as they become available to rent. Occasionally I'll also recommend content on Netflix or other streaming services. You can read past issues here. So subscribe below, or if you prefer follow along on Twitter.

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Why don't you just list all the new movies out?

Because this newsletter is opinionated and I'm recommending what I think you should watch. Each week there are dozens of releases ranging from top movies through to ancient B-grade flicks and TV shows you've never heard of. I want to cut this down to just a few of the best things on offer each week.

Who is this newsletter for?

It's for you of course. If you don't go to the cinema a lot and prefer to watch movies in the comfort of your own home then you're in the right place. Each week I try to recommend the best movies for you and where possible throw in something for the kids as well to help out with those family movie nights.

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