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VOD 47/20 News: ‘Regrettable Stories’, The New From The Oldest Fesser

VOD news brings you the best releases of the week on Netflix, HBO, Amazon Prime Video … And although a lot of material falls, there are few worthy premieres and, of all, Regrettable Stories is undoubtedly the most striking. You can see it in …

Amazon Prime Video arrives another week full of additions to its already extensive catalog, including several recent films, the original film that eats the section, Regrettable Stories, and an exclusive series whose brief description is scary, so let’s focus on what can be see.

For the second week in a row, a Spanish production is the most drinkable that can be found among the pure and hard premieres of the VOD grill, although these have nothing to do with anything at all Regrettable stories with Midas’s favorites, and we are talking about a new and grotesque comedy by Javier Fesser, who is now being presented as the director of Champions, but about whom we cannot forget things like The Miracle of P. Tinto, the two he did in real image and animation of Mortadelo and Filemón and many others of the style.

Well, Sad Stories is, for better and for worse, Fesser in his wildest state, as he was once. Co-produced by Amazon with Spanish Television, it was destined to be released in theaters, but the health situation has prevented it and it goes directly to Prime Video. Lamentable stories is Spanish humor, Hispanic if you prefer and… The trailer leaves you in doubt if you don’t know anything about a filmmaker who almost everything he puts out is suitable for all audiences, but not for all minds.

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Motherland: Fort Salem (T1). “An army of witches trains to combat terrorist threats.”

New chapters:

Ladies of the (H) AMPA (T1)

Enter catalog:

ARCHIE Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves Assassin’s Creed Lineage Sunset Bullets over Broadway Blood Money Cairo Jazzman Human Hunt Legends Hunters Celebrity China Girl Columbus Circle Congo Cube 2: Hypercube
Current sea
Disappeared without a trace Dismantling Harry Distorted The single mothers club The Condor Mother’s day The ghost of my girlfriend The great Houdini The long way home The legacy of lies The mystery of Jane The power of the force Prince Valiant The Lightning Against All Odds Enemy of My Enemy Falcon Rising Medium Hair Rogues Harry, Meghan and Archie: Now We Are Three Animated Hellboy: Sword of Storms Animated Hellboy: Gods and Vampires Horror Stories JT Leroy: Fooling Hollywood Jackals Jessabelle Jules and Jim Kemurikusa (S1)
Kitty is not a cat (T1) The Haze The Conversation The Harvest The Indecent Mary and Mad Larry The Law of the Street (We die young) The Curse of the Jade Scorpion The Ninja’s Revenge The Forces of Nature
Kill santa
Megan leavey
Mission: Impossible Fallout
Christmas in Car City (T1) Negotiator Nine Passion Mad Dogs Powerful Aphrodite Dangerous Relationships Faces Savior School Rock Band Kidnapped Thirst for Vengeance Skate Kitchen Skin Trade: Human Trafficking Sunlight Jr. Surfer, Dude Swinging Safari (The Sweet 70s) Typhoon Noruda Everyone Says I love you Betrayal in Athens Elite Troop An endless love An invincible heart An end made in Hollywood A very present future A new beginning A little chaos A new life Vlad the Impaler Warlock II: Armageddon Whale rider

We continue with Netflix, which yes, it comes with a lot of exclusive material under its arm, but almost everything is filled with the grossest, with the notable exception that you can see below.

Fourth season already of The Crown, one of the best series that the American company has produced, despite the fact that what counts is the story of the best-known family in the United Kingdom. The novelties of this season include the appearance of such prominent characters as Margaret Thatcher played with a bit of excess by Gillian Anderson (The X-Files) or that of the very Lady Di, played by actress Emma Corrin. For lovers of British drama and the most traditional press.

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Flavorful Origins (T1). “This series dives into the rich culinary traditions of China and explores stories of the people who create and treasure these dishes.”
The Boss Baby: Back to Work (T4). “In this animated series based on the movie, Boss Baby takes his older brother Tim to the office to teach him the art of business.”
Mr. Christmas decorate your house (T1). «Interior designer Benjamin Bradley, aka ‘Mr. Christmas’, he works with his trusted ‘elves’ to decorate the houses of various families for the holidays. ”
Kevin Hart: Zero Fks Given **. “From the comfort of his home, Kevin Hart proposes a pizza and laugh plan and talks about boy group chats, sex after 40, and life with COVID-19.”
Mismatched (T1). Their families try to match them up: the result is disaster. But these two young men strike up a shy friendship that could be the beginning of something deeper. ”
Xtraterrestrial Christmas. “A young elf mistakes a tiny alien for a Christmas present, unaware that it plans to destroy Earth’s gravity and steal all the gifts.”
(Re) change of princess. “When Margaret’s coronation on Christmas Day complicates her love life, Stacy decides to come to her aid. But will another double complicate his plan?
If something happens to me, I love you. “After a high school shooting, devastated parents face an emotional void as they mourn the death of their daughter.”
The InBESTigators (T2). “Four brilliant boys open their own investigative agency and record vlogs to tell about their adventures. They will soon become inseparable friends. ”
Voices of Fire: United for the Gospel (T1). “In this inspiring docuseries, Bishop Ezekiel Williams forms an untraditional gospel choir with the help of his nephew, superstar Pharrell Williams.”
We Are the Champions (T1). “This docuseries focuses on very unique competitions, from the quirkiest to the most unusual, and features the communities that live them with great passion.”

New chapters:

The Fence (T1) Star Trek: Discovery (T3)

Enter catalog:

Black Friday Once Upon a Time… The Inventors (S1) The Rules of Slaughterhouse LEGO City (S2) Psycho Raman TE3N

HBO also returns with the new season of one of its most popular series in recent times, with a couple of documentaries, new chapters of its series on air and with a lot of movies with which to fill the closet, read catalog.

Dark matter is the serialized adaptation of the saga of novels by the British Philip Pullman, known above all for the unfinished cinematographic bet that began with The Golden Compass. Fantasy for almost all audiences that has not finished convincing in this new iteration, but in which HBO continues to trust. Now comes its second season.

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30 Coins: behind the series. How was everything done? Don’t miss the unreleased trailers and videos about how the series came to life, thanks to Alex de la Iglesia and the distribution of 30 Coins. »
Murder on Middle Beach (T1). “This HBO docuseries directed by Madison Hamburg presents her complicated journey as a person determined to solve an unspeakable crime and absolve the people she loves, while seeking answers within her fractured family and community.”
Crazy, Not Insane. «It is a documentary film directed and produced by Alex Gibney. It follows the investigation of psychiatrist Dorothy Otnow Lewis, who studies the psychology of murders. It is narrated by Laura Dern. ”


New chapters:

A Teacher (T1) Industry (T1) The Spanish Princess (T2) The Undoing (T1) Valley of Tears (T1) Warrior (T2)

Enter catalog:

12 Monkeys
88 minutes At the end of the tunnel Being Julia Betty Anne Waters Quarantine Diary of a nympho Mediterranean diet Dracula 3D The spirit of the beehive The Great Vázquez
The Machinist
The method The longest penalty in the world
Perfume: The Story of a murderer
The secret in their eyes The executioner Fragile Intact The best offer The tip of the iceberg
The witches of Zugarrarmurdi
LazyTown (T4) Lovers of the Arctic Circle
The Holy Innocents
Lucia and sex My big night Placido Feelings
Rec
Rec 2 Rec 3: Genesis Rec Apocalypse Red 2 Salsa! Childless
We Are Bears: The Movie
Son de Mar The Way The Zombie Diaries All the songs speak of me Transsiberian You are the next A Chinese tale Viridian Cows

Disney + premieres this week a couple of documentaries, the new season of one of the longest-running series based on the Marvel universe, but not exclusive, and little else.

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The true chosen for glory. “The True Chosen for Glory catapults us in the late 1950s to tell the story of the nation’s first astronauts, the Mercury 7.”
Marvel’s 616 (T1). “A series of anthological documentaries that explores the historical, cultural and social impact of the Marvel Comics Universe and its encounter with the world.”

New chapters:

Becoming: A Star Is Born (S1) Chosen for Glory (S1) One Day at Disney (S1) The Mandalorian (S2)

Enter catalog:

The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse (T1) LEGO Star Wars: Happy Holidays Special Marvel Agents of SHIELD (T7)
Marvel Rising: Operation Shuri

And we finish as usual with Apple TV +, which this week premieres a documentary series and another of drawings for the smallest of the house.

More exclusive content:

Becoming You (T1). “Narrated by Olivia Colman and from the perspective of more than 100 children around the world, this docuseries shows us how we learn to think, speak, move and love from birth to five years.”
Doug, an extraordinary robot (T1). “For Doug, a young and curious robot, information is not everything. While others go online to download data every day, he prefers to go out with his best friend Emma linda to explore the world of humans and experience its wonders first hand. ”

New chapters:

The World on a Motorcycle: Heading North (S1) The Oprah Conversation (S1)