The 10 Best Movies to Stream Before 2022

The pandemic has pushed more films to streaming platforms at a faster rate than probably ever before. 

With so much to choose from, any definitive best must-watch is going to be more personal than definitive. So here are a range of films you might have missed in 2021, or that you can watch to prepare for 2022 media to come, or that I love and want you to love too. 

The Sit-In: Harry Belafonte Hosts the Tonight Show 

It was an unprecedented opportunity for a Black celebrity to sit in the living rooms of people across the nation, and Belafonte made the most of it. 


Director Julia Ducournau’s Palm d’or winning Titane starts out a little like David Cronenberg’s Crash. But it ends up with some completely new birth of chrome and flesh and love. 


The movie is about how stories—especially racist stories—write people into their own grim roles, and artist Anthony (Yahya Abdul Mateen II) finds himself drawn to his own monstrous reflection like a bee to honey. 

PG: Psycho Goreman

Psycho Goreman is coming, because he used to be the Arch-Duke of Nightmare, and then some bratty kid forced him to change his name! Tremble! Giggle! Stream it already!