The Soundtracks and Movies that are Worth Checking Out
The Best Soundtracks are From Now On Recommended to You from the Editorial Team
The team from Audials delivers the best moviesoundtracks from the latest movies. Charts, oldies, rock and a lot other genres are presented so that there will be great songs for every musical taste.
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Our monthly overview presents the highlights of the latest and best movies, series and documentaries
Fifty Shades Darker
Anastasia and Christian go through a hard time in their relationship. Will true love with no rules win?
Stephen King's A Good Marriage
Darcy Anderson thinks she knows her husband. She couldn't be more wrong.
House M.D. - Season 4
A doctor with no team tries to cope with medical cases that aren't normal at all.
Family Guy - Season 4
Join the crazy every day adventures of Peter and his family.
This Documentary shows everything there is to know about the famous Musician and Rasta-Idol Boby Marley.
Do you know where the meat you eat fur lunch or the eggs you eat for breakfast come from? This documentary about food and it's shady industry shows you why you should be aware of your foods origin.
The Last Witch Hunter
Vin Diesel tries to safe the world from a disease that was set free by a bunch of evil witches.
A woman is endangered by a man who claims to love her like a son. Seized by jealousy he holds her hostage in her own house - escaping him seems to be impossible.
The Hunting of Hill House
A family with five young children is haunted not only by teriffic ghosts living in their house but also bad memories of loss and grief.
Making a Muderer - Season 2
Steven Avery was arrested for rape and murder. After 18 years in prison, evidence has been found that proves Avery's innocence. How could an innocent man be convicted? The second season of Netflixes Crime Documentary shows the scandalous case in more detail.
The Womanhood of the 1970s is in the movement. The fight for equal rights and a brighter future is shown by Netflix.
Miss Sharon Jones!
In 2013, Sharon Jones was diagnosed with Stage 2 pancreatic cancer—in itself a depressing development, but not without a lot of optimism attached to the prognosis. Except for a by-the-book opening segment, in which director Barbara Kopple seems to grind through all of her blandest tendencies to make room for the grist of what’s important, the film filters Jones’s life and career through her illness.