(Welcome to Now Scream This, a column where horror experts Chris Evangelista and Matt Donato tell you what scary, spooky, and spine-tingling movies are streaming and where you can watch them.) Matt: Even though adulthood’s 24-7-hustle has effectively erased any existence of a “summer vacation,” early September still reminds of exactly that. Notebook restocking, wardrobe upgrades, kissing all-day playtime goodbye – how could this week’s “Now Scream This” be about anything else? Chris and I curated some “Back To School” watches that play around with the phrase in creative and chaotic ways. Maybe by taking place in a school, maybe because a serial killer becomes the teacher – thematic developments of this nature. If a student gifts his professor an apple in any of these movies, it’s probably laced with acid and results in an over-the-top-gory death sequence. Still not as horrific as Saturday detention and parent … [Read more...] about Now Scream This: The Best Horror Movies to Take You Back to School
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Strictly Come Dancing is back. The X Factor is back. New drams are popping up here, there and everywhere on the small screen. But still, that black screen with the red writing is calling you. Your dear friend Netflix. You click on the app, but what to watch? Luckily, September brings with it a whole range of new films, comedies, documentaries and serial drama to get stuck into. From Jack Whitehall’s Travels With My Father to Superbad’s Emma Stone and Jonah Hill reuniting in Maniac, here’s what is coming to Netflix in September. September 1 The Bletchley Circle: Series 1 The Bletchley Circle: Series 2 Gangs of New York Jack Reacher: Never Go Back Million Dollar Baby The Purge: Election Year Gone Marvel's Iron Man Marvel's Iron Man 2 Marvel's Iron Man 3 Legally Blondes Moonstruck Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping RoboCop 2 Saw VI The Mummy The Mummy Returns The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor Why We're Killing Gunther Born to Be Blue The Man … [Read more...] about New on Netflix in September 2018
INSATIABLE is a new teen drama coming to Netflix. Here’s everything you need to know about what it’s about and when you can watch it… When is Insatiable out on Netflix? Insatiable is out on Netflix on August 10, 2018. Netflix bought the rights to the show after the US channel the CW refused to order a full season of the series. The series will be comprised of 12 episodes. All of the episodes will be uploaded at once – perfect for a binge-watch. Who’s in the cast of Insatiable? Debby Ryan, a Disney actress who starred in Barney and Friends, Jessie and The Suite Life On Deck takes the lead as Patty. She is joined by Alyssa Milano from Charmed and Dallas Roberts from The Good Wife and My Friend Dahmer. Here’s who else is in the cast… Arden Myrin (Shameless) as Regina. Kimmy Shields (Big Little Lies) as Nonnie. Irene Choi (Community) as Dixie. Erinn Westbrook (Awkward. Glee) as Magnolia. Michael Provost (#RealityHigh) as Brick. James … [Read more...] about When is Insatiable out on Netflix, who’s in the cast and what’s the controversial series about?
THE terrifying thriller is now available to stream on Netflix, if you're brave enough... Here's all we know about the horror movie and its director who some critics have compared to Hitchcock. Is Don't Breathe on Netflix? Don't Breathe is available to watch on streaming site Netflix. The thriller is so tense, it's said to be scarier than Netflix's Veronica, which is based on a true story and is so terrifying viewers can't make it to the end. Film critics have hailed Don't Breathe director Fede Alvarez as a "standout master of suspense". Critic Laura Kern said: "Creating true crawl-under-the-seat, palm-piercing, cover-your-eyes tension is a rare, undervalued cinematic art. "There’s certainly no shortage of filmmakers who give it a try, but only a select few would make Hitchcock proud… "Though relatively new to the game, Fede Alvarez is already one of those select few, quickly proving himself a standout master of suspense." Who's in the cast and what's the trailer … [Read more...] about Is Don’t Breathe on Netflix? Cast, trailer, release date and director of the horror movie
When one door opens, another closes. Or in this case, as a whole new batch of content is dropped on Netflix’s streaming service, some existing titles are being shuffled off of it. But fear not, there are still a few days left to watch Check out the best TV shows and movies leaving Netflix in May 2018 below. Field of Dreams Kevin Costner shines in director Phil Alden Robinson‘s paean to family, human connection, and baseball. Costner plays a farmer who hears a mysterious voice tell him to tear down his Iowa cornfield and build a baseball field in it, and things get weirder from there. At its core, the film is a heartwarming and touching story about a father and son who couldn’t connect in life but are given one more chance through the strangest possible means. It also has a great supporting performance from James Earl Jones, which is always a nice plus. The Host Bong Joon-ho‘s 2006 South Korean monster movie is the filmmaker’s modern take on Godzilla, … [Read more...] about The Best TV Shows & Movies Leaving Netflix in May 2018