White Noise, Black Phone and every new movie you can watch at home

Happy New Year Polygon readers! After a flurry of new movies landed during the Christmas season, we’re entering a slightly slower homecoming season.

However, that doesn’t mean there isn’t anything to see! Noah Baumbach (Marriage Story) has a new movie coming out — an adaptation of the novel by Don DeLillo White noise find your way to Netflix. New documentaries on Prime Video and HBO Max, and Scott Derrickson thrillers black phonewith Ethan Hawke, also released on Prime Video.

Let’s go into it!


White noise

See where: Available to stream on Netflix

Adam Driver with a full cart next to a row of tortillas, talking to Greta Gerwig and Don Cheadle in White Noise.

Photo: Wilson Webb/Netflix

Category: Comedy
run time: 2 hours 15 minutes
Manager: Noah Baumbach
Cast: Actor: Adam DriverGreta GerwigDon Cheadle

Noah Baumbach adapted Don DeLillo’s popular postmodern novel for Netflix, with an all-star cast that includes collaborator Greta Gerwig (for whom he is writing the upcoming screenplay). Barbie doll), Adam Driver and André Benjamin. This is the first time Baumbach has directed a feature-length film adaptation of someone else’s work.

Are from our review:

What irks DeLillo purists most about Baumbach’s films may be what others enjoy watching most: It’s enjoyable. It’s a messy movie that can’t find themes to understand DeLillo’s vision or the realities of his characters – especially in its bewildering final third, after The Events Matter. The aerial poison dissipates and Jack is haunted by Babette’s place in a conspiratorial potion. But it was done with wit and a contagious amusement. Baumbach swoops in to amuse and scare, often with success, and spruce up the screen with bright colors and movement. At the end, he performs a dance in the supermarket aisle that DeLillo and his pretentious characters imagine to be the modern American church. Is Baumbach still making a point or just interrupting? The latter, I suspect, and more power to him. He took Netflix’s money and ran away.

Stuck with you

See where: Available to stream on Netflix

Scene of a couple lying on the ground side by side in an elevator in Stuck with You.

Image: Netflix

Category: Romantic comedy
run time: 59m
Manager: Frank Bellocq
Cast: Kev Adams Camille Lellouche

Two people get stuck in an elevator on their way to a New Year’s Eve party and form a bond in this short French romantic comedy.

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wild cat

A young man in an upside down hat and hoodie lies in a tree with a baby birch in Wildcat.

Image: Main video

See where: Available to stream on Prime Video

Category: Documentary
run time: 1 hour 45 minutes
Manager: Starring:Melissa LeshTrevor Beck Frost
Cast: do not apply

wild cat follows a young soldier returning from war who travels to the Amazon rainforest and bonds with a scientist and an orphaned ocelot.

black phone

See where: Available to stream on Prime Video

Ethan Hawke in a demon mask as serial child killer The Grabber in The Black Phone

Image: Universal Image

Category: Horrified
run time: 1 hour 33 minutes
Manager: Scott Derrickson
Cast: Mason Thames, Ethan Hawke

this is not Black phone’S premieres online — the Ethan Hawke-led horror first appeared on Peacock a few months ago. But with the move to Prime Video, there’s a lot more people can watch black phone The current. Whether that’s a good thing is up to you!

Are from our review:

However, beyond the inevitable sick feeling, black phone is a mess. The main problem is the performances, which range from confusing to completely remarkable. Jeremy Davies is especially bad as Finney and Gwen’s drunk father, whose stuttering and screaming aren’t considered truly pathetic or threaten. Hawke is also everywhere to read as believably terrifying: When we first see The Grabber, his face is painted white and he speaks in a high-pitched, influenced voice reminiscent again Atlantaby Teddy Perkins. Strange, isn’t it? What is he trying to signify, and how does it fit into his psychosis? It doesn’t matter – it’s the first and last time character details appear in the film.


Rules of this place

See where: Available to stream on HBO Max

Andrew Callaghan interviews a small child on loudspeaker, surrounded by protesters, in the Rules of the Place

Image: Warner Media

Category: Documentary
run time: Unknown
Manager: Andrew Callaghan
Cast: Andrew Callaghan

This documentary is produced by Tim Heidecker, Eric Wareheim and Jonah Hill, among others, in collaboration with A24, and follows “gonzo journalist” Andrew Callaghan as he documents the events leading up to the Riots in The Capitol on January 6.



See where: Available to stream on Shudder

Soldiers are silhouetted against the night sky in Burial.

Image: Shivering

Category: Splash
run time: 1 hour 35 minutes
Manager: Ben Parker
Cast: Actor: Tom Felton Harriet WalterCharlotte Vega

Tom Felton stars in this thriller about a group of soldiers who bring Hitler’s corpse from Germany to Russia and are ambushed by Nazi soldiers.


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