Friday, and as such the end of the work / student week and the beginning of the weekend days off – for those who do not work or have to study, of course. But also the start of a 4-day long weekend for those who have been caught on Monday of their own affairs or have a local holiday next to Tuesday. Be that as it may, a few days in which to catch up with everything that the VOD platforms have to release from today Friday to Sunday and that we are going to review.
Disney + is one of those that brings the most, since just two days ago Black Widow / Viuda Negra, the first of the 4th Phase of the UCM, yes can be seen on Disney + by all subscribers of the platform without having to pay extra. We also have Los Muppets en Haunted Mansion, another content designed for Halloween and the little ones that locks up the Muppets (here better known as Muppets) in the iconic Disney Haunted Mansion within a musical comedy with Gustavo, Gonzo and the entire troupe.
And for adults the first of the Spanish saga REC, a film halfway between the sub-genres ‘found footage’ and ‘zombie’ that continues to have a strength as high as its level of terror and scares in vein that it gives you.
Netflix also comes with several things, up to 9 contents in two days including a variety of genres and audiences, such as the film Resentment in which before getting a promotion, a police chief is involved in a terrible incident and uncovers a plot fueled by rancor that threatens his colleagues. Or the documentary about the iconic and immortal figure of Anna Frank and her diary.
And in of the movie we have one of the best Cronenberg in history, since the platform debuts Crash in a remastered 4K version, controversial and controversial in the 90s and a still powerful tale about sex, paraphilias and the limit of pleasure in the human being. In addition to a cycle about Dennis Villeneuve, one of the current directors with the best hand for science fiction who right now has his epic on the bill DUNE.
NETFLIX October 8 – 10
- Family Business (Temporada 2)
- Much more than ready (Season 1)
- A Blood Red Smile: Tales of the Brothers Grimm (Season 1)
- The Householder’s Wits (Season 2)
- Pokémon: Secrets of the Jungle
- House of Secrets: Death on Burari, Season 1
- Blue Period, Season 1
- The magic of Anne Frank’s diary
MOVISTAR + 8 – 10 October
Minari. Family history
22: 00h at Movistar Premieres (dial 30). Oscar and BAFTA 2021 for best supporting actress for veteran Youn Yuh-jung, Grand Jury Prize and Audience Award at Sundance and many other awards for this tender film that tells the story of a Korean family that moves to a small Arkansas farm in the mid-1980s in search of the American dream. The family home changes completely with the arrival of the cunning, foul-mouthed and incredibly loving grandmother.
22: 00h at Movistar Premieres (dial 30). A luxury international cast (Lambert Wilson, Olga Kurylenko, Eduardo Noriega, Sidse Babett Knudsen, Alex Lawther …) for this French thriller, set in the world of publishing houses and best sellers, in which, as in novels Agatha Christie, they’re all suspects. How did the ultra-protected first pages of the most anticipated book come to light? For the overbearing and narcissistic editor Eric Angstrom, the culprit has to be one of the nine people he has hired to translate the latest book in the most successful trilogy of the moment.
DISNEY + 8 – 10 October
- Los Muppets en Haunted Mansion
- The art of living in the rain (STAR)
- Morgan (STAR)
- [REC] (STAR)
- Palm trees in the snow (STAR)
- Ancient X files
- Danger Decoded
FILMIN 8 – 10 October
One of the most controversial and influential films of the last decades. David Cronenberg’s masterpiece, an adaptation of JG Ballard’s visionary novel, re-released by Filmin in a 4K remastered copy.
An intimate portrait of recent times in Africa of the Danish colonist Karen Blixen, writer of the famous novel “Out of Africa”. Best Film in the section A collective impulse of D’A 2021.
With works of art from Science Fiction such as The Arrival, Blade Runner 2049 and Dune, Filmin rescues the first two films of the director of the new “Dune”, Denis Villeneuve: his debut, “August 32 on Earth”, and the dark psychological drama “Maelström”.
It addresses the tragic fire on the Scandinavian Star cruise ship, which in 1990 killed 159 people and sparked a serious diplomatic crisis. 30 years later, the mystery surrounding what happened remains unsolved