Ditch that pesky social life and curl up with a good book or unhealthily addictive TV series. After all, Netflix isn’t a hobby—it’s a lifestyle choice.
Here’s everything you should be reading and watching this month.
The eighth instalment in the Saw franchise sees the apparent return of the long-dead John Kramer.
Murder On The Orient Express
Based on the novel by Agatha Christie, Murder On The Orient Express follows the story of a lavish train ride that unfolds into a suspenseful mystery.
A drama based on the 1967 Detroit Riots.
Goodbye Christopher Robin
A behind-the-scenes look at the life of Winnie The Pooh author A.A. Milne and the stories inspired by his son.
The Disaster Artist
Fans of Tommy Wiseau’s cult film The Room will love this behind-the-scenes look of the making of the movie. The film stars James Franco as Wiseau.
Streaming / TV
Back for its second season, Stranger Things continues the story after the events of season 1.
Starring Jeff Daniels as a bitter outlaw who is tracking down his traitorous ex-partner in New Mexico.
The second season for Maria Bamford’s sitcom follows Maria trying to keep a new romance alive.
100 Aussie Things We Know And Love
Written by Bunny Banyai with amazing illustrations by Anna Blandford (the artist behind Able & Game). The book does exactly as the title suggests, profiles 100 things that us ‘Strayans know and love like the meat pie, Vegemite, fairy bread, and much more. Find out where to get it here.
Burn City | Melbourne’s Painted Streets
Melbourne’s is known around the world for its street art, and Burn City | Melbourne’s Painted Streets takes you on a tour of the best of them. Find out where to get it here.
Brandon Sanderson’s novel is the third volume of the New York Times bestselling Stormlight Archive series and tells the tale of the return of the Voudbringers. Find out where to get it here.