New To Netflix: From Stanley Kubrick To Johnnie To

Welcome to a new year of streaming picks in different countries via the ubiquitous red digital envelope. 

This week's entry of New To Netflix is packed with diversity from around the world, available in markets around the world. There is one of the more underrated 1990s atmospheric horror pictures, a darkly brilliant Jim Carrey comedy from the same decade, a humourous Australian gem which focuses on that country's role in the moon landing in 1969, a sultry, sweaty and bonkers neo-noir from 2012, a folk music science fiction comedy from New York City, Paddy Considine's solid directorial debut Tyrannosaur, as well as classic Stanley Kubrick and Johnnie To.  
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