Psychological thriller Sightless is now available to stream on Netflix UK.
Starring Riverdale favourite Madelaine Petsch and Lucifer’s Alexander Koch, this one found a US release last September on digital, but has taken a little while longer to travel across the Atlantic.
Lasting just under 90 minutes, Sightless centres on a former violinist who becomes suspicious of the new people in her life and their “alarming behaviour” as she recovers from an assault that rendered her blind.
If you swear by the Rotten Tomatoes rating system, then the film’s 80% score should get you hyped.
Elsewhere on the streaming giant’s agenda, film chief Scott Stuber explained Netflix’s “new movies every week” approach last week.
“One of the interesting things you recognise when you’ve got a global audience is you’re trying to assimilate and make the films that they love,” he told Variety.
“I see very diverse taste around the world. One of the things we’re most proud of as a company is recognising the romantic comedy people love those in different variances, but particularly in the YA space. It’s great to see To All The Boys and Kissing Booth come to their culmination this year.”