Netflix Instant Watch September Preview

31 Aug
2012

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Before we begin, here are a few of the highlights from August’s Netflix Instant releases that you may have missed:
  • super 8Haywire¬†- such a wonderfully underrated little action flick with a great cast
  • Traffic¬†- more greatness from Soderbergh
  • Dark Tide¬†- sure it was DTV, but a movie with Halle Berry in a bikini can’t be all that bad
  • Super 8¬†- the best movie (that I saw) of 2011
  • The Expendables¬†- so much less fun than it should have been
  • Piranha¬†- so much more fun than it had any right to be
  • captain americaBattle Royale¬†- The Hunger Games but far more intense
  • Wilfred¬†- hilarious TV show starring Elijah Wood and a man in a dog suit
  • Captain America¬†- see more of what came before The Avengers
  • God Bless America¬†- Bobcat Goldthwait continues to be one of the most unique filmmakers working today
  • ESPN’s 30 for 30 series¬†- if you’re a fan of sports or documentaries, you should seek these out

Hold on to your butts, because we’re in for a HUGE month:

New on Netflix Instant Watch September 1st:

New on Netflix Instant Watch September 3rd:

  • Dinosaurs¬†- the TV show from the 90′s

New on Netflix Instant Watch September 6th:

  • Marley¬†- the new Bob Marley doc

New on Netflix Instant Watch September 9th:

New on Netflix Instant Watch September 11th:

  • the grey on netflix instant streamingTerra Nova¬†- Netflix originally wanted to try and produce a second season of this failed series on their own. I guess we’ll just have to live with being able to watch the first season

New on Netflix Instant Watch September 12th:

New on Netflix Instant Watch September 25th:

  • Alias¬†- a fun spy TV show

New on Netflix Instant Watch September 29th:

¬†*As always, these are totally subject to change at Netflix’s whim so they may not be 100% accurate…

  • http://www.the-frame.com/blog Jandy

    Two more lesser-known but worthy films I’d recommend coming in September are The Bad Intentions, coming September 1, and Headhunters, coming September 27.

    The Bad Intentions is a really dark comedy from Peru about a little girl who is convinced that she is going to die on the day her little brother is born. Along the same lines as Pan’s Labyrinth, though it’s admittedly not nearly as good. Similar tone, though.

    Headhunters was one of my favorite festival films last year, a Norwegian thriller about a high level business recruiter who moonlights as an art thief – until he recruits and heists the wrong guy and ends up on the run for his life. It’s really incredibly good, and already due for an American remake, so check out the original first.

    • Dan

      Those sound pretty fantastic! (I had to cut it off around 70 though before my fingers fell off)

    • http://www.the-frame.com/blog Jandy

      I do the same thing when I do Netflix Instant posts on my blog (haven’t done it for a couple of months, though – glad there’s this post to fall back on!) – there’s only so many you can include!

    • http://www.facebook.com/travis.easton Travis Easton

      I’d been interested in Headhunters, so I may have to subscribe to Netflix again at the end of the month.

  • R

    Once Upon a Time in Anatolia topped a lot “best of” lists for the art house crowd last year. I haven’t watched it but it looks interesting.

    • http://www.the-frame.com/blog Jandy

      It’s a reaaaaaaaally slow burn, so just be prepared for that when you watch it. I ended up liking it quite a bit, and there’s a lot of very dry humor in it, which pleased me. But yeah, it’s super-slow.