New films and series to see on Netflix from August 5 to 11

New films and series to see on Netflix from August 5 to 11

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Netflix releases a number of films and series in its catalog each week, without anyone noticing them or the platform officially announcing it. Ecran Large reviews the new features added by Netflix from July 29 to August 4, 2022, films and series combined in a non-exhaustive list.

What are the films and series not to be missed this weekend on the streaming platform?


Available on Netflix – Duration: 2h14

Ready Carter One

What does it talk about ? A man wakes up with amnesia. Led by a mysterious voice from a device implanted in his ear, he embarks on a perilous rescue mission.

Why do you have to watch it? Very clearly, we are not watching Jung Byeong-sik’s new footage, the mad brain behind The Villainess and Confession of Murder, for his screenplay. Driven by frantic action, filmed in a fake sequence and edited like an acid trip, Carter is a compendium of jaw-dropping, short-arm stalls and convoluted stunts that will easily entertain aficionados of the genre.

Formidably nag and surprisingly aerial in its staging, this South Korean film has no claim to offer a masterpiece, far from it. A little more requirement (or moderation) on the part of its filmmaker would however have allowed the footage to be more digestible for the spectator. Indeed, Carter sorely lacking in restraint and readability. But for Friday night catharsis, it will do just fine.

Our review of Carter


Available on Netflix – Duration: 10 episodes of approximately 60 minutes

Sandman: photo, Tom SturridgeI asked the moon…

What does it talk about ? After years of imprisonment, the Dream Lord begins his journey across worlds to find what was stolen from him and reclaim his power.

Why do you have to watch it? Because it’s the promising adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s cult work. After Good Omens or American Godsthis is the graphic novel Sandman who has the right to his passage on the small screen. Probably one of the most original and most appreciated inventions of its authorthe comic strip has long been considered unsuitable, so much is it outside the nails of a classic narration and deeply marked by allegories and mythology.

Yet Netflix has taken up the bet and in view of the sets and the production, we are very curious to discover the result. Whether or not you’re a fan of the original medium, the series Sandman is a small event not to be missed, if only because the universe from which it comes is fascinating. This television proposal will probably be on the sidelines of the big series that are coming soon and so Sandman could be the good surprise of the year.

Our review of Sandman

locke & key – season 3

On Netflix August 10 – Duration: 8 episodes of approximately 50 minutes

Locke & Key: photo, Connor Jessup, Emilia Jones, Darby StanchfieldGoodbye time

What does it talk about ? In this thrilling final chapter, the Locke family finds even more magical keys and faces off against a new demonic threat bent on taking them.

Why do you have to watch it? Because contrary to what one might think, the most read review on the Large Screen website is not that of the last Marvel, but that of Locke & Key season 1 (we don’t understand why either). The fantastic series, adapted from the comics written by Joe Hill, the son of Stephen King, and drawn by Gabriel Rodriguez, therefore returns for a third and final season.

In these new episodes, the Locke teenagers will once again have to face the demon Dodge but a new antagonist, Captain Frederick Gideon, may well slow their quest. If you want to see a very correct adaptation of comics and (almost) for the whole family, go for it Locke and Key.

Our review of season 2 of Locke & Key


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