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**Spoilers ahead** By now, you’ve been hearing the steady buzz that has been building around David Fincher‘s Netflix series “Mindhunter.” Based on a true story, the series takes viewers to the 1970s, where a pair of FBI agents s…

Despite “Gone Girl” being one of the biggest hits of his career, it’s been a tough few years for David Fincher. He looked set to capitalize on the success of that movie, and the peak TV boom, with two HBO series: the semi-autobiographical 80s mus…

We hope you don’t have anywhere to go this weekend, because on Friday, David Fincher returns with ten episodes of “Mindhunter.” Both executive producer and director on the Netflix series, the show brings the filmmaker back to the worl…

We hope you don’t have anywhere to go this weekend, because on Friday, David Fincher returns with ten episodes of “Mindhunter.” Both executive producer and director on the Netflix series, the show brings the filmmaker back to the worl…

Netflix may have raised their prices, but they’re certainly delivering plenty of bang for your buck. This week they’ve got two, big auteur projects hitting the service. There’s Noah Baumbach‘s new film, “The Meyerowitz Sto…

October is here, and there’s even more television to take in. While a certain 1980s nostalgia Netflix series is set to dominate the watercooler talk this month, there are plenty of other fish swimming in the TV sea, from psychological thrillers to frothy soaps to unkillable zombies. Below is our list of October’s cream of the crop. “Curb Your EnthusiasmSynopsis: After a six-year hiatus, Larry David is back with the ninth season of “Curb Your Enthusiasm”. Continue reading 11 TV Shows To Watch In October at The Playlist.

While we have our eyeballs full with Venice, TIFF, NYFF, and Telluride (which kicks off this weekend), The BFI London Film Festival is no slouch at bringing the business. While they’re less concerned with World Premieres as their counterparts, each year their lineup represents the cream of the festival crop, and 2017 is no different. Among the highlights in the first wave of programming is Lynne Ramsay‘s “You Were Never Really Here,” which notably isn’t screening at “the big three” North American festivals. Continue reading 2017 BFI London Film Festival Lines Up ‘You Were Never Really Here,’ ‘Mudbound,’ ‘Lean On Pete,’ More at The Playlist.

We just dropped our Fall TV Preview: 25 Must-See Shows, and it goes without saying that David Fincher‘s “Mindhunter” is there. The director is behind one of the best serial killer films of all time with this measured, dread filled “Zodiac,” and the same tone seems to permeate his upcoming Netflix series. And a new teaser shows that careful balance of sober drama and sardonic humor that Fincher is bringing to the table. Continue reading ‘Mindhunter’ Teaser: David Fincher’s Netflix Series Will Have Sex With Your Face at The Playlist.