It’s been a while since the last good zombie movie. Not long ago, television was slamming into infected creepers, but Disney’s own sci-fi and superhero movie hordes have since increased the audience and left the undead dead. Of course, apart from occasional masterpieces like the One Cut of the Dead.
Therefore, it is appropriate that Zack Snyder should be the one who fuels the Renaissance of the zombie genre. Fresh from the re-release of his own superhero movie, Justice League, Director Army of the Dead Arriving at Netflix this weekend, we’ll move the gusset again.
But that’s not all you need to be aware of. Amazon Prime, HBO Max, Disney Plus and more are all getting exciting new additions in the coming days. Below are seven of the biggest highlights, from gritty crime dramas to star-studded anthologies.
Army of the Dead (Netflix)
After a few years of turmoil for the director, Zack Snyder deserves a victory. Thankfully, the Army of the Dead is big. The movie, an exaggerated casino robbery thriller set in apocalyptic Las Vegas, arrives at Netflix to add zombie-killing madness to streamers.
Although it may seem chaotic, the Army of the Dead is also the best showcase of the director’s unique style to date. His trademark slow motion shots, unnecessary violence, and a sequence of classic rock songs have never worked as well as here. That’s also pretty interesting.
You can now stream on Netflix
Marvel’s MODOK (Hulu)
A new Marvel show to debut on Hulu? You must not have seen it come. To be fair, it’s probably something you’ve never seen in a treasure trove of superheroes.
Marvel’s MODOK follows the adventures of an egomania supervillain struggling to maintain control of his evil organization. Don’t expect the Avengers to appear, as it’s a stop-motion adult comedy. However, this Patton Oswalt-led series is based on a fairly famous Marvel Comics character of the same name.
Now available for streaming on Hulu in the US and Disney Plus in the UK
Solo (Amazon Prime Video)
After all, Amazon’s new 7-episode anthology series looks promising because of its cast. solo Featuring performances by Anne Hathaway, Morgan Freeman, Helen Mirren, Anthony Mackie, Constance Wu and Dan Stevens, she has listed just a few stars on the cast list.
From the heart of David Weil (Hunters), this series explores “the deeper meaning of human connections” in a story that includes time travel, smart homes, memory transplants, artificial intelligence, and many other science fiction themes. I am aiming for it.
Smart home?? To be honest, it sounds right above our city.
You can now stream with Amazon Prime Video
I can’t see (Apple TV Plus)
Do you think solo has star power?I can’t see you have things like Oprah, Prince Harry, Glenn Close And Lady Gaga.
But seriously, in this new Apple TV Plus documentary, some of the world’s biggest stars are open to fighting mental health. Directed by the award-winning documentary Amy and the man behind Senna, Asif Kapadia, and produced by Winfrey himself.
Expect some lessons on Talking Heads, tears, and self-esteem.
Now available for streaming on Apple TV Plus
Gomorrah Season 4 (HBO Max)
Season 4 of Gomorra, an excellent Italian crime series, will land on HBO Max this weekend. Based on Roberto Saviano’s book of the same name, Shaw follows a dirty deal in which the Naples mafia pushes a pill and cracks a skull. But who doesn’t?
Gomorra has bounced on quite a few streaming services since its inception in 2014 HBO Max Since January 2021, Season 4 has arrived and continues the misery of the Savastano clan. UK viewers are already available on Sky.
You can now stream on HBO Max
Behind the scenes of Pixar: Unpacking (Disney Plus)
Given that Disney’s most famous property likes behind the scenes, Inside Pixar: Unpacked will continue to take a closer look at the animator’s iconic villains, cars and side characters at Disney Plus this weekend.
All five new episodes are directed by either Pixar’s in-house documentaries Erica Milsom or Tony Kaplan, giving viewers exclusive access to the studio’s filmmakers, creative processes, and lustrous California headquarters. To do.
You can now stream on Disney Plus
Master of Zero Season 3 (Netflix)
The Emmy-winning Master of None returns to Netflix after a four-year hiatus this weekend, recording the complex relationship between Denise (Lena Waithe) and her partner Alicia (Naomi Ackie). The series’ co-creator Aziz Ansari has also returned directly (and reportedly cameo), with critics praising the show’s marital struggle, infertility, and faithful portraits of loyalty.
In particular, in her portrayal of Alicia, Proudit rained Akky. This is the promising news of her next turn as Whitney Houston in the expected biography, her next turn wanting to dance with someone.
You can now stream on Netflix
https://www.techradar.com/news/7-new-movies-and-tv-shows-on-netflix-amazon-prime-hbo-max-and-more-this-weekend-may-22-2021/ Seven new movies and TV shows on Netflix, Amazon Prime, HBO Max and more this weekend