Fantasy The Portable Door leads Stan’s streaming highlights for the month of April
The streaming giant, Stan, has released a preview of its highlights for the month of April.
Australian fantasy film The Portable Door leads next month’s new releases.
Starring Christoph Waltz and Sam Neill, the SFX-heavy family movie premieres April 7.
Set in London, The Portable Door also features Patrick Gibson (The OA) as a low-paid intern who discovers mysterious goings-on at a secret company.
Totally Completely Fine, a six-part black comedy, hits the platform on April 20.
The streaming giant, Stan, has released a preview of its highlights for the month of April. Australian fantasy The Portable Door, starring Sam Neill, leads new releases next month
Starring Christoph Waltz and Sam Neill, the SFX-heavy family movie premieres April 7
Totally Completely Fine, a six-part black comedy, hits the platform on April 20
The stars of the Stan Original series Thomasin Mackenzie (Last Night in Soho) as a young woman in a mess.
She managed to turn things around herself after moving into her late grandfather’s house, which happened to be on a cliff.
When Thomasin discovers her new home is the site of a “suicide spot”, she finds herself saving lives.
Horror fans are in for a treat as the American blood-thriller thriller premieres on STAN on April 24.
The plot of the show deals with a mysterious small town that traps everyone who enters it.
Each night, the terrified residents must battle bloodthirsty monsters, while the survivors struggle to discover the secret behind the mysterious creatures.
The comedy-drama Blindspotting will return for a second season on April 14.
Starring Jasmine Cephas Jones, it follows a group of characters in the Bay Area around Oakland, San Francisco.
Fans can also look forward to more episodes of the critically acclaimed series Lucky Hank, starring Bob Odenkirk (pictured)
Fans can also look forward to more episodes of the critically acclaimed series Lucky Hank.
Starring Bob Odenkirk (“Breaking Bad”), the series is a sinister black comedy set on an American college campus.
Odenkirk, as the title character Hank, is a novelist turned teacher who struggles to maintain his sanity in the waking life.
Other highlights include the director’s version of Steven Spielberg’s 1977 classic Close Encounters of the Third Kind, and the Underworld movie franchise.