Bryan Enk

  • New On Netflix: Killing Bono

    Neil McCormick (Ben Barnes) stands by helplessly as U2 takes the fame and fortune that was rightfully his in this wickedly funny dark comedy.

  • New On Netflix: Tom Waits: Big Time

  • Best Of Netflix: Funny TV for the 21st Century

  • Goon Movie Review

  • New On Netflix: The Rules of Attraction

  • What’s New In Movies: Wrath of the Titans, Goon, Bully

    This weekend: First they clashed, now feel the Wrath of the Titans, have a brawl and get pucky with Goon, take a stand with buzzy documentary Bully and keep the lights on with Intruders.

  • New On Netflix: Skateland

  • New On Netflix: Dr. Horrible’s Sing-a-Long Blog

  • New On Netflix: Metropolitan

  • New On Netflix: New York, I Love You

  • Best Of Netflix: ’90s Animation

    The '90s gave us some of the best (and two of the longest-running) animated series of all time. Go back to the decade when cartoons started to become a little more grown-up. . . and considerably weirder.

  • The Hunger Games Movie Review

  • New On Netflix: Slacker

  • What’s New In Movies: The Hunger Games, 4:44 Last Day on Earth

  • New On Netflix: Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai

  • New On Netflix: The Killing: Season 1

  • New On Netflix: The Man Who Fell to Earth

  • Best Of Netflix: Blaxploitation Classics

  • New On Netflix: The Boxer

  • 21 Jump Street Review

    Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum make for an excellent on-screen odd couple in -- surprise! -- the year's first must-see comedy.

  • New On Netflix: Cocaine Cowboys

  • What’s New In Movies: 21 Jump Street, Casa di mi Padre, Jeff Who Lives At Home

  • New On Netflix: Bad Lieutenant

  • New On Netflix: Weird Science

  • New On Netflix: Archer

    The adventures of the world's most, well, something secret agent are chronicled in Adam Reed's fitfully funny animated series.

  • New On Netflix: Grizzly Man

  • Best Of Netflix: Totally Radical 80s Television

  • John Carter Review

  • New On Netflix: Outrage

  • What’s New In Movies: John Carter, Silent House, Seeking Justice

    Go from the Civil war to Mars with John Carter, get haunted by Silent House, freak out at the idea of adulthood with Friends with Kids and go vigilante with Seeking Justice.