Here is the list of titles coming to Netflix in December 2016, as well as the ones that are leaving.
Noteworthy movie additions include Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War, Blue Jay, and The Angry Birds, along with the Netflix original Spectral. Series to bingewatch include Fuller House – Season 2, Colony – Season 1, Girlfriend’s Guide to Divorce – Season 2, and Versailles – Season 1.
For the kids, check out Trollhunters – Season 1, Cirque du Soliel: Junior Luna Petunia – Season 1, and The Adventures of Puss In Boots – Season 4.
Here is the complete list of Netflix titles arriving and departing in December 2016:
Disney’s Moana hits theaters tomorrow, November 23, so I’m celebrating by sharing my easy recipe for Pineapple Salsa.
The movie takes place among the many islands of Oceania, in the South Pacific, focusing on an adventurous teenager who sails out on a daring mission to save her people.
During her journey, Moana (voice of Auli‘i Cravalho) meets the once-mighty demigod Maui (voice of Dwayne Johnson), who guides her in her quest to become a master wayfinder.
Here is the list of titles coming to Netflix in November 2016, as well as the ones that are leaving.
Noteworthy movie additions include Jon Favreau’s live action take on the classic Jungle Book, and Richard Linkletter’s award-winning Boyhood.
But the biggest draw this month can be summed up in two words: Gilmore Girls. New episodes begin streaming this month, and mark the first time in almost 10 years that the Gilmore cast has been together on screen.
Here is the complete list of Netflix titles arriving and departing in November 2016:
Netflix is a treasure trove of movies you’ve never heard of. Some are not that great, but there are quite a few gems, especially in the horror genre.
Since Halloween falls on a Monday this year, I’m guessing most of you will be staying home doing the Netflix and Scream thing, instead of going out and partying (hey – isn’t that what this weekend is for?).
If you fall into this category, and are looking for some horror movies beyond the blockbusters, here are my picks for what to stream on Netflix this weekend:
Certain Dark Things by Silvia Moreno-Garcia takes place in Mexico City, but in an alternate universe Earth where in the late-60s, vampires were found to be real. In this story, vampires are barred from entering Mexico City, but a young vamp named Atl has sought refuge there after her family was killed by a rival family of vampires known as Necros.
Satan’s Lambs by Lynn Hightower is taut mystery thriller that pits private detective Lena Padget against a group of Satanists who have kidnapped a child in rural Kentucky. To complicate matters, one of the Devil-worshipers is her former brother-in-law, Jeff. Former because he killed her pregnant sister and two-year-old nephew.
Here is the full list of titles coming to Netflix in October 2016, as well as the ones that are leaving.
Noteworthy movie additions include Kung Fu Panda 3, and Big Eyes, along with classics like Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Breakfast at TIffany’s, Patton, and Once Upon a Time in the West.
Netflix originals of note are Justin Timberlake + The Tennessee Kids (concert special), Mascots (the newest mockumentary by Christopher Guest), The Siege of Jadotville (based on the book of the same name), and 7 Años (Netflix’s first original in Spanish).
Also coming this month are the TV series The Flash season 2; Arrow season 4; DC’s Legends of Tomorrow season 1; The Originals season 3; Vampire Diaries season 7; and Dark Matter season 2.
The Magnificent Seven is a remake of the 1960 film of the same name…which itself was a remake of a 1954 Japanese film called Seven Samurai.
The basic storyline is that a town is under the thumb of a ruthless bad guy, and seven loners band together to save the town and its people.
This current version updates the story, with director Antoine Fuqua deliberately casting a diverse roster of actors to tell the story, instead of them all being white cowboys. He also further made this film different by changing the names and occupations of the seven, as well as giving the lead female character more to do than be the damsel in distress.
If you like mysteries with a slow burn, you’ll like After She’s Gone by Lisa Jackson. The book centers on the Kramer family: Cassie, Allie, and mom Jenna, all actresses. When the sisters were teenagers, a stalker of Jenna’s almost killed them all.
Fast forward to the present, Cassie is a struggling actress, while Allie is a star…a missing star. She failed to show up for shooting a last minute script re-write, and her body double ended up getting shot for real during the scene.
In Salem’s Cipher by Jess Lourey, Salem and Bel have been friends since childhood. Bel is now a police officer in Chicago, while Salem is a genius cryptanalyst who has been sought after by the world’s top security agencies since she made a quantum computing breakthrough in college. She’s also been an agoraphobe, unable to leave the safety of her comfort zones of work and home since the death of her father.
Canada is celebrating its 150th anniversary by making entry to all its national parks free for the entire year of 2017.
Over the years, spiders have often been used in horror stories as the monster, but usually they’re gigantic arachnids. What if the spiders were regular size, but extremely deadly and hard to kill? This is the basis of The Hatching by Ezekiel Boone.
Here is the list of titles coming to Netflix in September 2016, as well as the ones that are leaving.
Noteworthy movie additions include Disney’s Zootopia, The Imitation Game, The Finest Hours, and London Has Fallen.
#Horror boasts a cast that includes TImothy Hutton, Chloë Sevigny, Natasha Lyonne, Tara Murphy, and Balthazar Getty.
But the actual plot is about six tween girls who face a night of terror when the compulsive addiction of an online social media game turns deadly, a story inspired by real events of extreme cyberbullying.
Dark Matter by Blake Crouch (author of Wayward Pines) deftly weaves together a mystery thriller that balances in both the normal and the sci-fi worlds, and it’s a page-turner you won’t be able to put down. I read it through in one sitting.