We’re six months into the pandemic, and even though most of our time is being spent indoors, we’ve miraculously still not made it through all of Netflix’s catalogue.
The streaming giant has ramped up their global programming every single day, and show no signs of slowing down. Despite the fact that the TV and film industry have been practically shut down for months now, Netflix is continuing to add even more to its repertoire. From fascinating new docu-series, to iconic 2000s films—these are the best new Netflix films to watch this month.
Trial by Media
If you’re into True Crime, you’re not going to want to miss this new docu-series. The Netflix Original delves deep into some of the biggest crimes in recent history, and the media circus that surrounded them.
The Addams Family
Take a trip down memory lane and re-watch your childhood favourite, ‘The Addams Family’. The 1991 film is due to land on Netflix starting August 1.
If you still haven’t watched ‘Blow’, you’re missing out on one of the most iconic films of the 2000s. See Johnny Depp and Penelope Cruz in their prime in this 2001 classic.
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
Looking for a light-hearted sitcom to get your mind off the fact that coronavirus is still making rounds? ‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’ is it.
I Am Ali
Delve deep into Mohammed Ali’s life with this new documentary unveiling the boxing champ’s audio journals.
Catch up on one of the 1990s biggest films with ‘Basic Instinct’, the Oscar-nominated neo-noir erotic thriller that didn’t come without controversy.
If you’re looking for a dystopian escape, this 2018 black comedy thriller starring Odessa Young and Suki Waterhouse is it.