One delight of streaming services is the recommendations based on your viewing.

One that appeared on my list recently is the documentary, Finders Keepers (2015), available on Amazon and Google Play, a great watch for anyone considering firing up their barbecue.

It is the story of a man in America who buys a barbecue at a storage container sale, the person who rented the container having defaulted on the rent. On getting home and opening said barbecue, the new owner is understandably surprised to find an embalmed lower half of a human leg.

From these macabre origins, the film examines the fascinating backstory of the leg’s original owner and how they came to lose it. It also looks at the leg’s ‘new’ owner and their desperation for celebrity.

For a movie with this premise, Finders Keepers is surprisingly moving, featuring a cast of larger than life characters, what sounds like a gimmicky premise is just the beginning of a fascinating tale of family, addiction, class and fame.

With some hilarious and jaw dropping scenes, this wonderfully-oddball documentary is thankfully gore free and guaranteed to charm. I think you’ll love it.

Although 2020 has been a strange year for cinema, there have still been plenty of films released that are now available to stream or buy.

Streaming service has a great selection of 2020 films available, including war drama 1917, comedy whodunnit Knives Out, and Miss World protest drama Misbehaviour.

My pick is Oscar winning Korean drama, Parasite, if you haven’t seen it and wondered what all the fuss was about, this is the perfect time to catch up.

It’s rare that a film with such acclaim not only lives up to the hype, but comfortably exceeds it. At just £3.49 to rent, it’s the bargain of the summer.