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19 New Movies Coming to Netflix in September

19 New Movies Coming to Netflix in September

Netflix constantly updates their library so you’ll never get bored at home. Whatever genre you’re into, there’s bound to be something that piques your interest. Check out what movies are coming to the streaming platform this September.

19 New Movies Coming to Netflix in September
Photo: Netflix/Afterlife of the Party
  • Afterlife of the Party (September 2) – Netflix Original comedy starring Victoria Justice.
  • Worth (September 3) – Based on a true story by Kenneth Feinberg.
  • Untold: Breaking Point (September 7) – Documentary on the struggles of tennis star Mardy Fish.
  • JJ+E (September 8) ­– Teen romance movie based on a popular Swedish novel Vinterviken.
Photo: Netflix/Blood Brothers: Malcolm X & Muhammad Ali
  • Blood Brothers: Malcolm X & Muhammad Ali (September 9) – Documentary on the relationship between the two iconic figures, Malcolm X and boxer Muhammad Ali.
  • Kate (September 10) – Action-packed thriller where Mary Elizabeth Winstead plays the role of an assassin.
  • Prey (September 10) – German thriller that follows a group of friends on a wilderness hike.
  • Nightbooks (September 15) – An adaptation of J.A. White’s book about a young boy with a knack for telling scary bedtime stories.

Photo: Netflix/My Heroes Were Cowboys
  • My Heroes Were Cowboys (September 16) – Documentary on horse trainer Robin Wiltshire and how he was rescued by Westerns.  
  • Ankahi Kahaniya (September 17) – Bollywood romance anthology featuring three love stories.
  • The Father Who Moves Mountains (September 17) – A touching Romanian drama about a father’s love for his son.
  • The Stronghold (September 17) – French thriller about three Marseille cops on a drug busting operation.
Photo: Netflix/Confessions of an Invisible Girl
  • Confessions of an Invisible Girl (September 22) – Coming-of-age Brazilian rom-com following a socially awkward high schooler.
  • Intrusion (September 22) – Psychological thriller about a break-in case in a small town.
  • Je Suis Karl (September 23) – Netflix Original political drama following a terrorist bombing survivor and her involvement in a European youth movement.
  • The Starling (September 24) – Love, loss and the bird in the garden make up the premise of this dramedy starring Melissa McCarthy and Chris O’Dowd.
Photo: Netflix/Friendzone
  • Friendzone (September 29) – French rom-com that’s a tale as old as time.
  • No One Gets Out Alive (September 29) – An adaptation of Adam Nevill’s horror novel, an immigrant moves into a nightmare of a home where there’s no escaping.
  • Sounds Like Love (September 29) – Spanish rom-com that centers on moving on from the past and finding oneself in the city of Madrid.

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