Netflix offers their streaming service for only $8 per month.
For $8 per month you can stream an unlimited amount of movies and shows available on Netflix.
Each month and through out the month Netflix continues to add new movies and shows to their already massive library.
Below are some of the new releases now available on Netflix streaming for September.
New Releases September
- The Omen
- 9 To 5
- Hachi: A Dog’s Tale
- The Thing
- White Chicks
- Damages Season 4
- Dog Day Afternoon
- Letters From Iwo Jima
- Vampire Diaries Season 3 9/14/2012
- Detachment 9/18/2012
- Gossip Girl Season 5 9/25/2012
Netflix releases the bulk of the new material on the first of each month but they also release additional titles throughout the month.
This article will be updates as new release information becomes available.
Older And Newer Movies On Netflix
Chances are you have seen many of the movies on this list, 9 to 5, The Omen and Dog Day Afternoon are classics.
Though Netflix streaming doesn't offer the newer releases available at Redbox or your local video store there are still many good movies and shows to get your $8 worth of entertainment.
One of the newer releases is Haywire starring a real life MMA Star Gina Carano (Mixed Martial Arts). Though Haywire's plot isn't all that great there are some very good fight scenes that highlight Gina Carano's martial art skills which are formidable.
Klown is also a newer release available this month. Klown is a movie out of Denmark and is being billed as a foreign film version of the Hangover. If you like raunchy, over the top humor you should get some laughs out of Klown. Klown was the most popular movie in Denmark last year with a whopping 20% of the population having seen the film in theaters. If that isn't a positive review I don't know what is! An American remake of Klown is in the works starring Danny McBride of Pineapple Express fame and the HBO series Down and Out. McBrides style should mesh well with the uncomfortable humor seen in the original version of Klown.