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Staying In Is The New Going Out

There’s never been a better time to start watching a new show, or that film you meant to catch at the cinema but never got around to seeing. 

While COVID-19 has resulted in the delay of productions and the postponement of many theatrical releases, including the latest James Bond installment No Time To Die, it’s not all bad news. Some studios are choosing to release their titles digitally so we can watch from the comfort and safety of our own homes. 


Recently released films, plus those to due for release soon, available well ahead of the normal digital release schedule include:

  • The Hunt 
  • Emma
  • The Call of the Wild
  • Downhill
  • DC’s Birds of Prey
  • The Gentleman
  • The Trolls sequel, Trolls World Tour
  • Pixar’s latest creation Onward, which will also be available to stream on Disney+ in April

Not forgetting everything that BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4 Netflix, Amazon Prime and now Disney+ have to offer!


With so many streaming platforms out there it’s difficult to know where to start, so we thought who better to do the hard work for you than our sound engineers and producers? They’ve crafted original audio for thousands of hours of TV and cinema, so we picked their brains for their favourites. 


Here’s our team’s recommendations for some of the best films and TV shows to stream right now...



  • Any classic Studio Ghibli offering - Netflix
  • Booksmart - Prime
  • Uncut Gems - Netflix
  • Manchester by the Sea - iPlayer
  • Paddington (1 & 2) - Prime 


  • This Country - iPlayer
  • Broad City - Prime
  • Sex Education - Netflix
  • The Boys - Prime
  • Feel Good - All 4

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