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Hulu Recommendations April 2023

What’s New to Stream on Hulu for April 2023


From Brooke Shields to Sofia Black-D’Elia, here’s who’s new to Hulu for the month!

Wally Pfister Cinematography

From ‘Momento’ to ‘Moneyball’: A Beginner’s Guide to Wally Pfister


Never underestimate the erotic thriller to ‘Batman’ pipeline.

Jon Hamm in Confess Fletch

‘Confess, Fletch’ Brings Mystery and Laughs to Our Pick of the Week


Plus 4 more new releases to watch at home this week on UHD, Blu-ray, and DVD!

The Bad Batch Plan Tech

‘The Bad Batch’ Refuses to Follow Orders in ‘Plan 99’


The second season finale was a major bummer, but hope resides on the horizon, as it does in all good ‘Star Wars.’

The Mandalorian Chapter Zeb Orrelios

Meet Zeb Orrelios: ‘The Mandalorian’ Makes A Meal Out of a Snack


We dig into ‘The Mandalorian’ Chapter 21 and inspect what the Zeb Orrelios cameo could mean for the franchise’s future. More Rebels, please.

Netflix April 2023 Guide

What’s New to Stream on Netflix for April 2023


Why watch new movies when you can marathon Hitchcock or the Bourne trilogy instead?

Thelma and Louise ending car

Full Throttle: Re-Thinking the Ending of ‘Thelma and Louise’


“Let’s keep goin’!”

Cora Bora

‘Cora Bora’ Is a Star Vehicle For Meg Stalter To Prove Her Immense Dramatic Skills


Meg Stalter is a star, and now the world will finally get to see her lead the way in this dramedy that shows her off as the complete acting package.

Godzilla Vs Biollante

Big Boys and Mighty Metaphors: The Symbolic Power of the Kaiju


Big boys. Big ideas.

Poison For The Fairies

‘Mexican Gothic: The Films of Carlos Enrique Taboada’ Is Our Pick of the Week


Plus 15 more new releases to watch at home this week on UHD, Blu-ray, and DVD!

Willem Dafoe Inside Vasilis Katsoupis

“I’m not interested in Emotion.” Willem Dafoe Takes Us ‘Inside’


We chat with director┬áVasilis Katsoupis and actor Willem Dafoe about ‘Inside’ and how shooting chronologically emotionally charged the performers.

Emily The Criminal

Constraints as Style: The Visual Language of “Emily the Criminal”


When constraints lead to creativity, good things happen.