Streaming services have started a new trend of footballing documentaries. Netflix’s latest instalment differs from the rest because its focus, at first, is centered on the manager and not the club.
Mancunian Matters top 5 Netflix Christmas films that are a must see for these colds winter nights.
Having found success by reviving Rocky Balboa for the Creed series, Sylvester Stallone again attempts to provide a fitting end for one of his iconic characters in Rambo: Last Blood.
Two years ago, the Netflix show 13 Reasons Why took the internet by storm.
Does it spark joy? It’s a question – or perhaps rather a catchphrase – that has become instantly recognisable this year thanks to Marie Kondo’s Netflix show ‘Tidying Up with Marie Kondo’.
Thanks to campaigning from the cast and fans alike, which resulted in #SaveODAAT trending worldwide, the show is confirmed to continue with its fourth season in 2020 on CBS-owned Pop TV.
Drag queen Trixie Mattel talks about her love for the UK drag scene as she brings her one-woman-show to Manchester this month.
In the 90s Netflix CEO Reed Hastings was so embarrassed by a $40 late-fee that he incurred for a copy of the movie Apollo 13 at his local Blockbusters, that he came up with the idea for a company.
‘I will tour every year for the rest of my life’: Scouse comic Adam Rowe on his ‘complex’ new show Undeniable
The sofa in the green room of The Comedy Store is leopard print. It’s a loud vibrant fabric, unashamedly honest. Very much like scouse comedian Adam Rowe.
It used to be hard to find a good LGBT film to while away an hour or so. A lot of low budget indie productions, some mainstream movies, and the occasional series did float around, but hardly ever made it onto our tellies.
Streaming services surpass DVDs in popularity – so are we entering the next generation of home cinema?
Britain has always been at the forefront of the ever-changing home cinema scene.