9/2 Afterlife Of the Party
9/3 Worth, starring Michael Keaton and Stanley Tucci.
9/9 Blood Brothers: Malcolm X & Muhammad Ali
9/10 Kate (limited day and date theatrical release), starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead.
9/17 theatrical, 9/24 Netflix, The Starling
9/24 My Little Pony: A New Generation
9/29 Sounds Like Love
9/29 No One Gets Out Alive
9/24 in theaters, 10/1 Netflix, The Guilty
10/1 Diana: The Musical
10/6 There’s Someone Inside Your House
10/20 Night Teeth
10/20 Stuck Together
10/29 Army Of Thieves
(TBD) Fever Dream, select theaters and Netflix
10/22 theaters, 11/3 Netflix The Harder They Fall
11/5 Love Hard
11/5 A Cop Movie
10/27 theaters, 11/10 Netflix, Passing
11/12 Red Notice
11/12 theaters, 11/19 Netflix tick, tick…BOOM! – A Lin-Manuel Miranda joint.
11/17 theaters, 11/24 Netflix Bruised – Halle Berry directs and stars in the film about a disgraced MMA fighter.
11/24 Robin Robin
11/29 14 Peaks: Nothing Is Impossible
(TBD) 7 Prisoners, select theaters and Netflix
(TBD) A Boy Called Christmas
(TBD) A Castle For Christmas
(TBD) The Princess Switch 3
11/7 theaters, 12/1 Netflix The Power Of The Dog
12/3 Shaun The Sheep: The Flight Before Christmas – Oh, hell yeah! Shaun the Sheep rules!
11/24 theaters 12/10 Netflix, The Unforgivable
12/3 theaters, 12/15 Netflix The Hand of God
12/10 theaters, 12/24 Netflix, Don’t Look Up – Adam McKay directs with Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Timothee Chalamet, Meryl Streep, Jonah Hill, Mark Rylance all set to star.
Damn, that’s hot! Netflix subscribers will have plenty of reasons to stay inside for the next several months. That monthly fee will be working overtime now that there are so many new films, documentaries, and other releases on the horizon. Make sure you get the most out of that automatic charge by tuning in to everything that interests you.