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Author: Nick Hanover

Nick Hanover got his degree from Disneyland, but he’s the last of the secret agents and he’s your man. Which is to say you can find his particular style of espionage here at Film Daily as well as the Austin music site Ovrld and the multimedia collective Loser City, which he co-founded. In the past he has contributed to Comics Bulletin, Spectrum Culture, the Cultural Gutter and more. If you feel particularly adventurous, you can also follow him on Twitter at @Nick_Hanover, his preferred platform for terrorizing friends with bad puns.

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'Dark' returns to Netflix on June 21st. To celebrate, here’s everything you need to know about the jet-black German show.

'Ozark' shines as something special and inventive, an intense crime opera where the scenery is as much the star as anyone in the cast.

Ana Lily Amirpour's new film 'The Bad Batch' is as committed to vivid style as its predecessor – but it fits its title a little too well.

'Okja' aims boldly to decry Western greed by making it out to be even more gluttonous than the chubby ungulates on the screen.

Structured like an anthology of avarice, Netflix’s ‘Dirty Money’ has an impressive group of directors investigate the death of capitalism via six highly lucrative scams waged against consumers

After being heralded as the second coming of The Twilight Zone for its first two seasons, the third saw Black Mirror losing something in its transition to Netflix.

Filthy, deranged and utterly absurd, 'Assholes' follows Adam, Adah, and Aaron as they hook up and indulge in activities that’d make even Divine blush.

Alias Grace Logline: A true-life drama done the Margaret Atwood/Netflix way. Verdict: “If there has been a crime, people want a guilty person. Rightly or wrongly, it does not matter.”

The Good Catholic Logline: “Don't let your love turn to hate / Right now we got to / Keep the faith / Keep the faith / Keep the faith