Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Coming Netflix Instant Streaming March 2018

A tentative list of film and TV titles that are making their way to Netflix's Instant Streaming option during the month of March 2018.  Will update as we learn more and when the official list comes out later this month.

NOTE:  Full list of titles should be ready on Thursday!

March 2018:

March 1:
300 (2006) (NEW; 2/21)
Adel Karam: Live from Beirut (2018) (NEW; 2/20) (Thanks to Wellesley72!)
Cruel Intentions (1999) (NEW: 2/20)
Forgetting Sarah Marshall (2008) (NEW; 2/20)
Ghostbusters (1984) (NEW; 2/20)
Ghostbusters 2 (1989) (NEW: 2/20)
Up in the Air (2009) (NEW; 2/20)
Wet Hot American Summer (2001) (NEW; 2/20)

March 2:
B: the Beginning Season 1 (2018)
Flint Town (miniseries on water crisis) (2018)
Las Afflames (aka Ravenous) (2017)
Malena Pichot: Estupidez Compleja (2018) (NEW; 2/21)
Natalia Valdebenito: El Especial (2018) (NEW; 2/21)
Voltron: Legendary Defender Season 5 (2018)

March 6:
Gad Elmaleh: American Dream (2018) (NEW; 2/21)

March 8:
Jessica Jones Season 2 (2018)
Ladies First (2018)

March 9:
AICO: Incarnation Season 1 (2018) (MOVED; 2/20)
Collateral (2018) (Carey Mulligan miniseries) (NEW; 2/20) (Thanks to Wellesley72!)
Love Season 3 (2018)
Nailed It! Season 1 (2018) (Home chefs attempt to nail famous dessert recipes) (NEW; 2/21) (Thanks to Wellesley72!)

March 13:
Ricky Gervais: Humanity (2018)

March 16:
Benji (modern re-do of dog film series) 
EDHA Season 1 (Argentinian thriller) (2018) 
On My Block Season 1 (coming of age in inner city high school) (2018)
Take Your Pills (2018) (documentary) 
Wild, Wild Country Season 1 (2018)

March 20:
The Standups Season 2 (2018) (More up and coming comics) (NEW: 2/20)

March 23:
Alexa and Katie Season 1 (2018)
Game Over, Man (Adam Devine action comedy)
Santa Clarita Diet Season 2 (2018) (NEW; 2/20)
Sword Gai: The Animation Season 1 (2018)
The Mechanism (aka O Mecanismo/Jet Wash) Season 1 (2018)

March 27:
James Acaster: Repertoire (2018) (NEW; 2/16)

March 30:
First Match (2018)
Happy Anniversary (2018) (NEW: 2/21)
Lost Song Season 1 (2018) 
Rapture (catch life behind the scenes with your favorite hip hop stars) (2018)
ReBoot: The Guardian Code Season 1 (2018) (NEW; 2/21)
A Series of Unfortunate Events Season 2 (2018)
Sofia Nino de Rivera: Seleccion Natural (2018) (NEW; 2/21)

Sometime in March:
Roxanne Roxanne (teen romcom take on the famous novel) (2018)

Leaving Netflix Instant Streaming March 2018

A tentative list of film and TV titles that are departing the Netflix Instant Streaming option during March 2018.  Will update as we get more entries and when the official list comes out on Thursday.

NOTE:  More titles arrive tomorrow!

March 2018:

March 1:
Cybercrimes with Ben Hammersley Season 1 (2014)
Dirt Every Day Season 1 (2016)
Epic Drives Seasons 1-2 (2014-5)
Head 2 Head Seasons 1-2 (2015-6)
Hot Rod Unlimited Season 1 (2013)
Ignition Season 1 (2016)
Mouk Season 1 (2011)
NOVA: Treasures of the Earth Season 1 (2016)
Playful Kiss Season 1 (2010)
Roadkill Seasons 1-2 (2013-4)
Ruby's Studio Season 1 (2015)
Skinwalkers: The Navajo Mysteries Season 1 (2004)
Top Gear Seasons 19-23 (2012-6)

March 4:
Lab Rats Seasons 1-4 (2012-5)

March 6:
What About Me Season 1 (2009)
NOTE: This seems to be a general look at how a band traveled the world to use sights and sound for a new album.
What About Me Season 1 (2009)
NOTE:  This appears to be more on how meeting various people across the world affected them.

March 14:
Archer Seasons 1-7 (2009-15)

March 15:
9 Seconds: Eternal Time Season 1 (2015)
Compete to Eat Season 1 (2013)
Full House Take 2 Season 1 (2012)
NOTE:  Doubt that this will be confusing, but it's not the Fuller House reboot from Netflix but a Korean show.
Hive Alive Season 1 (2014)
Korean Peninsula Season 1 (2012)
Mystery Science Theater 3000 Collection 1 (1999)
NOTE: The 2017 Netflix reboot of the series is going nowhere!
Space Racers Season 1 (2014)
Tomorrow's Cantabile Season 1 (2014)

March 18:
Life Itself (2014) (Call it a hunch) (NEW; 2/15)

March 21:
Never Die Season 1 (2015) (NEW: 2/20)

NOTE: A * means that it's been basically confirmed that it is going for sure.

Saturday, January 20, 2018

Leaving Netflix Instant Streaming February 2018

A tentative list of films and TV series that will depart Netflix's streaming option during the month of February 2018.  Should have more to this list when the official list comes next week.  And the complete list of titles should be in six-seven days from the due date:

NOTE:  The official list is up!

Departing February 2018:

February 1:

And the Oscar Goes to...(2014)
Animals United (2010) 
The Benchwarmers (2006)
Bratz: Babyz the Movie (2005) 
Bratz: Super Babyz (2007) 
Brubaker (1980)
Charlie's Country (2013) 
Corpse Bride (2005)
Day Watch (2006)
Desk Set (1957)
Enquiring Minds (2014)
Everyone's Hero (2006)
Field of Lost Shoes (2014) 
Finding Home (2014) 
The Five Heartbeats (1991)
The Fury (1978)
Hard Candy (2005)
Hate Story 2 (2014) 
How to Steal a Million (1966)
In the Land of Women (2006) 
Isabella Rossellini's Green Porno Live! (2015) 
Isolated (2013) 
King Arthur (2004)
The Longest Day (1962)
Lord of War (2005) 
The Music Never Stopped (2011) 
Night Watch (2004)
The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)
Now: In the Wings on a World Stage (2014) 
The One I Wrote for You (2014) 
Open Season: Scared Silly (2015)
Perfect Stranger (2007)
Project X (1987)
Pound of Flesh (2015) 
The Reaping (2007) 
Robot (2012) 
Rumor Has It (2005) 
Sand Dollars (2014) 
Silver Streak (1976)
Slugterra: Into the Shadows (2016) 
Stefan v/s Kramer (2012) 
Stranger by the Lake (2014)
The Taking of Tiger Mountain (2015) 
A Teacher (2013) 
Tokyo Tribe (2014) 
Vehicle 19 (2013) 
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (1961)
The Year Dolly Parton Was My Mom (2011) 

The Kindness Diaries Season 1 (2015) RENEWED
Lindler's Fishing Edge Season 1 (2013) RENEWED
Little Lunch Season 1 (2015) RENEWED
Magic City Seasons 1-2 (2012-3)*
Slugterra Season 4 (2013)
Tin Man Season 1 (2007)*
Top Gear Seasons 19-23 (2016)* RENEWED
Wild Ones Season 1 (2014) RENEWED
Wildest Africa Seasons 1-2 (2010-1)
Wildest Arctic Season 1 (2012)
Wildest India Season 1 (2011)
Wildest Indochina Season 1 (2014)
Wildest Islands Seasons 1-2 (2012-3)
Wildest Latin America Season 1 (2012)
Wildest Middle East Season 1 (2014)
Worst Year of My Life, Again Season 1 (2014)

February 2:
A Ballerina's Tale (2015)
Hellions (2015) 
NOTE: Not to be confused with the Aaron Paul drama Hellion.
Kurt and Courtney (1998) 

February 3:
Alexander: The Ultimate Edition (2014)
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning (2006)

February 4:
Breaking at the Edge (2013) 

February 5:
Hannibal Buress: Animal Furnace (2012)
Hannibal Buress: Live from Chicago (2014)
The Little Rascals Save the Day (2014) 
Meet My Valentine (2015) 

February 6:
The Confirmation (2016)

February 7:

February 8:
Catch Hell (2014)
Little Lunch Season 1 (2015) RENEWED
Pete's Christmas (2013)

February 9:

February 10:
All This Mayhem (2014)
Dragonheart 3: The Sorcerer's Curse (aka The Shadowed Claw) (2015)

February 11:
Avenged (2013)
Haunter (2013)
A Little Bit of Heaven (2011)
Locked In (2010)
The President vs the Pirates (2013)
The Railway Man (2013)
The Summit (2012)

February 12:
Honeymoon (2014)
The House at the End of Time (2013)
Summer of Blood (2014)
The Two Faces of January (2014)

February 13:
Small Town Santa (2014)

February 14:
Family Guy Seasons 1-8 (1999-2006)*
Saints and Soldiers: The Void (2014)

February 15:
12 Dog Days Until Christmas (2014)
Back to Christmas (2014)
Before I Go to Sleep (2014)
Burn Notice Seasons 1-7 (2007-14)*
Christmas Belle (2013)
A Christmas Kiss II (2014)
Ellis (2015)
My Dad is Scrooge (2014)
My Santa (2013)
Naughty and Nice (2014)
The Truth Behind: The Freemasons (2009)
XXY (2007)

February 16:
Asthma (2014)
The Cold Light of Day (2012)
Our Last Tango (2015)
Save the Date (2012)
The Straits Season 1 (2012)
Sundown (2016)

February 17:
Border Security: Canada's Front Line Season 2 (2013)
Cast Party (2015) 
The Dino King (2012) 
Freakonomics (2010)
The Overnighters (2014) 
PlantPure Nation (2015) 

February 18:
Sharkwater (2006)

February 19:
An Idiot Abroad Seasons 1-3 (2010-2)*
The Imposter (2012) 
Life's a Breeze (2013) 
North Sea Texas (2011) 
White Bird in a Blizzard (2014)

February 20:
Aim High in Creation (2013) 
Aziz Ansari: Dangerously Delicious (2012)
Housebound (2014) 
The Scribbler (2014) 

February 21:
Bigger Stronger Faster* (2008)
Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room (2005)
Surfwise (2007)

February 22:
Cross (2012)

February 23:
Bare (2015)
Louis CK: Live in the Beacon Theater (2011)
Vessel (2014)

February 24:
1,000 Times Good Night (2013) (NEW; 2/20)
Jane Got a Gun (2015)

February 25:
The Guild Season 1 (2007)

February 26:
2018 Winter Games Preview (2018)
The Concubine (2012) (NEW; 2/20)
Enemies In-Law (2015) (NEW; 2/20)
Eungyo (2012) (NEW: 2/20)
The Exclusive: Beat the Devil's Tattoo (2015) (NEW; 2/20)
Hope (2013) (NEW; 2/20)
It's a Zoo in Here (2014) (NEW; 2/20)
Man on High Heels (2014) (NEW; 2/20)
Open Windows (2014) (NEW: 2/20)
The Silenced (2015) (NEW; 2/20)
The Treacherous (2015) (NEW; 2/20)

February 27:

February 28:
I Am Ali (2014)

Africa's Deadliest Season 1 (2011) RENEWED
American Genius Season 1 (2015)*
Animal Fight Night Season 1 (2015) RENEWED
Brain Games Seasons 3-4 (2014-5)* RENEWED?
NOTE:  Can confirm that it's now safe!
The Catch Season 1 (2015)
Cesar 911 Season 1 (2014)* RENEWED
Code 1 Season 1 (2015)
The Detectives Season 1 (2015)
Ella the Elephant Season 1 (2013)
Inside the American Mob Season 1 (2013) RENEWED
Miami SWAT Season 1 (2009)* RENEWED
The Supervet Season 2 (2014)

March 1:
Cybercrimes with Ben Hammersley Season 1 (2014)
Dirt Every Day Season 1 (2016)
Epic Drives Seasons 1-2 (2014-5)
Head 2 Head Seasons 1-2 (2015-6)
Hot Rod Unlimited Season 1 (2013)
Ignition Season 1 (2016)
Mouk Season 1 (2011)
NOVA: Treasures of the Earth Season 1 (2016)
Playful Kiss Season 1 (2010)
Roadkill Seasons 1-2 (2013-4)
Ruby's Studio Season 1 (2015)
Skinwalkers: The Navajo Mysteries Season 1 (2004)
Top Gear Seasons 19-23 (2012-6)

NOTE: A * means that it's been basically confirmed that it is going for sure.

Coming to Netflix Instant Streaming February 2018

A tentative list of film and TV show titles that are headed to subscribers during February 2018.  Will update this when we learn the official list sometime next week.

NOTE:  The official list is up!  Descriptions are complete!



February 1:

42 Grams (2017):  Ambitious chef and his wife decide to convert their successful underground restaurant into an upscale eatery in this documentary.

3000 Miles to Graceland (2001):  Two con men are able to successfully rob a Vegas casino during an Elvis impersonator convention, but each want the money for themselves; with Kevin Costner and Kurt Russell.

Aeon Flux (2005): An acrobatic assassin is hired by the leader of an underground rebellion to eliminate the top leader of the government; with Charlize Theron.

American Pie (1999):  Four high school seniors vow to lose their virginity by their prom night; with Jason Biggs and Chris Klein.

American Pie Presents: Band Camp (2005):  Stifler's younger brother is sentenced to an infamous band camp where he has a memorable summer; with Tad Hilgenbrink.

American Pie Presents: The Book of Love (2009):  Three guys desperate to lose their virginity find a sex bible, but alas some pages are missing; with Bug Hall and Eugene Levy.

American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile (2008):  Erik Stifler, Steve's virginal cousin, plans to abstain from sex until his girlfriend is ready.  But a memorable college weekend could change things; with John White and Jessy Schram.

The Armstrong Lie (2013):  Alex Gibney documentary covers the life of cycling star Lance Armstrong from his comeback effort to his shocking confession.

Before the Flood (2016):  Leonardo DiCaprio narrates and appears in this documentary as he travels the world in search of man made climate change and the steps taken to reverse it.

Ella Enchanted (2004):  Ella tries desperately to remove the "gift" of obedience in time to pursue the love of her life; with Anne Hathaway.

Emo the Musical (2016):  An emo student goes to a public school following a suicide attempt and falls for a cute student trying to convert him; with Benson Jack Anthony.

Extract (2009):  An accident at work threatens the sale of an extract company as well as his attempt at an affair with a cute employee; with Jason Bateman and Mila Kunis.

Gender Revolution: A Journey with Katie Couric (2017):  The journalist talks with transgender and intersex people about their experiences with gender identity in this documentary.

Goodfellas (1990):  Gritty gangster story about Henry Hill and how he went from mobster on the rise to the Witness Protection Program; with Ray Liotta and Robert De Niro.

How the Beatles Changed the World (2017):  Interviews and archival footage show how the legendary band's influence on music and culture continues to be felt around the world in this documentary.

The Hurt Locker (2008):  An elite explosive ordnance disposal unit from the US Army working in Iraq deals with a cocky new recruit; with Jeremy Renner and Anthony Mackie.

John Mellencamp: Plain Spoken (2017):  The iconic rocker holds a live concert mixing old favorites with new tracks from his most recent album in this concert.

Kill Bill Volume 1 (2003):  An assassin comes out of a coma and plans her revenge against those who left her for dead; with Uma Thurman and Lucy Liu.

Kill Bill Volume 2 (2004):  The assassin continues her swath of revenge culminating at her former boss, but he has a surprise for her; with Uma Thurman and David Carradine.

Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001):  The talented raider takes on an evil villain in an attempt to recover an artifact that can control time; with Angelina Jolie and Jon Voight.

Last Rampage (2017):  Two inmates escape from an Arizona prison and head to Mexico while leaving a bloody trail for authorities in this thriller; with Robert Patrick and Heather Graham.

Liberated: The New Sexual Revolution (2017):  Filmmakers showcase how pop culture affects gender, sexuality, and violence during a spring break for students in this documentary.

Lovesick (2014):  Charlie swears off romance after being burned by love, but the disarmingly lovely Molly might get him to change his mind...or lose it; with Matt LeBlanc and Ali Larter.

Master (2016):  An investigator needing hard evidence to convict a company chairman of fraud decides to bargain with the company tech expert; with Byung-hun Lee.

Meet the Fockers (2004):  The newly engaged couple and her parents travel in an RV to Miami to meet his more laid back parents; with Ben Stiller and Dustin Hoffman.

Meet the Parents (2000):  Despite the best efforts of a male nurse to win over his girlfriend's family, the family patriarch turns out to be a very hard sell; with Ben Stiller and Robert De Niro.

Men in Black (1997):  Streetwise cop teams up with veteran government agent to monitor space aliens residing on Earth unbeknownst to the public; with Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith.

National Parks Adventure (2016):  Documentary showcases the landscapes, historic sites, and untamed wilderness of America's national park system; with Robert Redford.

Newness (2017):  A couple try to make a relationship work after meeting through a hookup app, but they have to make an unconventional decision; with Nicholas Hoult.

Ocean's Eleven (2001):  Charismatic Danny Ocean starts to plan a $150 million dollar heist in casino money from Las Vegas shortly after getting out of prison; with George Clooney and Brad Pitt.

Ocean's Thirteen (2007):  It's personal for Ocean and his cohorts as they take on a Vegas casino owner who double crossed a member of his team; with George Clooney and Al Pacino.

Ocean's Twelve (2004):  To pay back a vengeful casino owner they heisted in the previous film, Danny and company decide to commit three heists in Europe; with George Clooney and Matt Damon.

Paint It Black (2016):  When a young artist kills himself, his girlfriend and his mother square off in a living nightmare with guilt and blame; with Alia Shawkat and Janet McTeer.

Rust and Bone (2012):  An unemployed single father and kickboxer starts a relationship with a whale trainer dealing with a terrible accident; with Marion Cotillard and Matthias Schoenaerts.

Scream 3 (2000):  Is it real life or just fantasy?  The line blurs as Sidney and company deal with a serial killer attacking those involved in the latest film based on their lives; with Neve Campbell.

Sunlight Jr. (2013):  A struggling convenience store clerk and her paraplegic boyfriend find their life going from bad to worse when they're evicted from their home; with Naomi Watts and Matt Dillon.

To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar (1995):  3 New York drag queens end up in a small Midwest town when their car breaks down while heading towards a beauty pageant; with Patrick Swayze and Wesley Snipes.

Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story (2007):  In this parody of musical biopics, Dewey deals with a childhood tragedy, takes up drugs, and meets various musicians; with John C. Reilly.

Water and Power: A California Heist (2017):  Residents and farmers of California deal with robber barons in the battle for water rights in this documentary.

The Wound (aka Inxeba) (2017):  An initiation ritual for young men in an African community leads to concern when a South African teen discovers a factory hand's secret; with Nakhane Toure.

February 2:

The Bros (2017):  Two self interested brothers reunited for their father's funeral meet a mysterious woman with a huge family secret; with Dong-hwi Lee.

Cabin Fever (2016):  Remake of the 2000s horror has terrified teens dealing with a flesh eating disease while stuck in a cabin in the woods; with Gage Golightly.

Kavin Jay: Everybody Calm Down (2018):  The Malaysian comic defies stereotypes and reveals stories about growing up in the VHS era to his Singapore audience in this special.

On Body and Soul (2017):  2017 Foreign Film Oscar nominee deals with two slaughterhouse workers who learn they share the same dream; with Alexandra Borbely.

February 5:

The Cloverfield Paradox (2018):  Orbiting above a planet on the brink of war, scientists test a device to solve an energy crisis but things go wrong; with Gugu Mbatha-Raw and David Oyelowo.

Erased (aka El Ultimo Testigo) (2012):  Ex CIA agent goes on the run in Europe with his teen daughter when both are marked for assassination; with Aaron Eckhart.

Princess Cyd (2017):  Teen moves to Chicago for the summer and finds a poignant mentor and a love interest in a sweet girl working in the neighborhood; with Rebecca Spence and Tyler Ross.

Thumper (2017):  Young woman gets entangled with a drug enterprise after moving to a California suburban town; with Eliza Taylor and Pablo Schreiber.

February 6:

Fred Armisen: Standup for Drummers (2018):  In front of an audience of drummers, former SNL standout Armisen explores musical genres, drummer quirks, and regional accents.

Welcome to Willits (2017):  A group of young campers who pitch their tents in a Northern California farm end up playing on the paranoia of the marijuana grower; with Bill Sage.

Woody Woodpecker (2017):  The bird with the distinctive laugh takes on a slick lawyer with designs for his forest habitat home; with Timothy Omundson.

February 8:

6 Days (2017):  Elite British soldiers come up with a bold plan to end a standoff between armed gunmen at the Iranian Embassy and police officers; with Jamie Bell.

The Emoji Movie (2017):  Gene goes to bold lengths to overcome the "problem" of having multiple emotions when most emojis only have one; with voice of TJ Miller.

February 9:

The Preppie Connection (2015):  A working class student at an elite private school looks to increase his profile by dealing cocaine to his classmates; with Thomas Mann and Lucy Fry.

The Ritual (2018):  Four longtime friends attempt to bond while hiking in the Swedish wilderness, but something threatens their peaceful retreat; with Rafe Spall.

Seeing Allred (2018):  The public and private sides of the combative, controversial lawyer who's taken on prominent names in business and politics are revealed in this documentary.

The Trader (Sovdagari) (2018):  Traveling trader proves to reveal rural life in the Republic of Georgia where potatoes are valuable and ambition is crushed in this documentary short.

When We First Met (2018):  Magical photo booth allows Noah to revisit a past relationship with a girl he wishes to impress; with Adam DeVine and Alexandra Daddario.

February 10:

Radius (2017):  A man wakes up from an accident with the curse that anybody who comes within 50 feet of him dies instantly; with Diego Klattenhoff (The Blacklist).

February 11:

Meru (2015):  This documentary examines three elite mountain climbers as they attempt to scale one of the most difficult peaks in the world: Shark's Fin on Mount Meru in India.

February 12:

Holy Camp! (2017):  Musical comedy about two rebellious girls who have a life changing brush with divinity in a camp ran by nuns; with Macarena Garcia.

February 13:

Trophy (2017):  This documentary examines the tensions between the big game hunting industry and wildlife conversationists from multiple points of view.

February 14:

Chris Rock: Tamborine (2018):  From Brooklyn, Rock hits the stage to give his searing takes on fatherhood, infidelity, and American politics.

Love Per Square Foot (2018):  Two bank employees get into a marriage of convenience to be able to pool their money to buy a home; with Vicky Kaushal.

February 15:

Asura: The City of Madness (2016):  A police detective must choose between a corrupt mayor and a prosecutor intent on exposing political depravity; with Jung-min Hwang.

Blood Stripe (2016):  US Marine sergeant comes back home before retreating to a summer camp where she tries to heal; with Kate Nowlin.

Daagdi Chaawl (2015):  The peaceful life of a simple man is disturbed by a life changing contact with a gangster; with Ankush Chaudhari.

Fakta Ladh Mhana (2011):  A young man attempts to avenge his uncle's death at the hands of an unscrupulous politician with the assistance of his friends; with Sachin Khedekar.

The Heart of Man (2017):  The prodigal son story is retold in this film that utilizes interviews with people who dealt with personal shame over perceived moral failings.

Matichya Chuli (2006):  It's the battle of the century between a jealous, possessive mother and new daughter in law for the heart of an overindulged man; with Sudhir Joshi.

Morya (2011):  Two communities in Mumbai get a chance to compete against each other in the celebration of an iconic festival; with Santosh Juvekar.

Premachi Goshta (2013):  A man and a woman dealing with marriages in crisis find an unplanned meeting in a marriage counselor's office leads to an unexpected outcome; with Atul Kulkami.

Sakhi (2007):  A pair of lost souls dealing with lives in crisis find hope in an unexpected friendship; with Ashok Saraf.

Sarivar Sari (2005):  In working class Mumbai, a free-spirited daughter runs afoul of her father who prefers her medical student sister; with Madhura Velankar.

Solomon Kane (2009):  Once murderous sea captain is holed up in a monastery fearing that the devil is coming for his soul; with James Purefoy.

Treasure Hounds (2017):  A boy and his talking dog join clever young neighbors in finding a treasure that could save their town; with Valin Shinyei.

Tukaram (2012):  A child whose innocence and devotion sets him apart from other kids his age grows up to become an Indian saint; with Jitendra Joshi.

Zenda (2009):  A change in leadership of a political party leads to a nasty split between two bitter factions; with Santosh Juvekar.

February 16:

Agustin Aristaran: Soy Rada (2018):  The Argentinian comic inserts doses of magic, music, and acting to his energetic stand up routine.

Evan Almighty (2006):  God's command to get Evan to build an ark in preparation for a flood has his family thinking he's suffering from a mid-life crisis; with Steve Carell and Morgan Freeman.

Irreplaceable You (2018):  Abbie is spurred by a disturbing cancer diagnosis to find a new girlfriend for her fiance who is clueless when it comes to dating; with Gugu Mbatha-Raw.

A Perfect Day (2015):  Three hapless aid workers have quite the time dislodging a corpse from a village's water system; with Benicio Del Toro and Tim Robbins.

February 17:

Blood Money (2017):  Three friends who find a bag full of cash must outwit the criminal who hid the money in the first place; with John Cuasck and Ellar Coltrane.

Brave New World Collection (2013):  The true story of a woman who was raped weeks before being chosen Miss World at a pageant.  Includes the Oscar nominated documentary and three documentary shorts recounting the rest of the story.

Nightworld (2017):  Former LAPD cop takes on a job doing security at an old apartment complex in Bulgaria where strange things start to happen; with Jason London and Robert Englund.

February 19:

Dismissed (2017):  Intelligent, but intense honor student tortures his high school teacher and mentor over an unexpectedly low grade; with Dylan Sprouse.

FullMetal Alchemist (2017):  An alchemist looks for a way to restore his brother's body while the military government and mysterious monsters look on; with Ryosuke Yamada.

Memoir of a Murderer (2017):  A man suffering from Alzheimer's hides his deadly past while protecting his daughter from her boyfriend, who might be a serial killer; with Kyung-gu Seol.

A Week in Watts (2017):  This documentary showcases LA cops as they mentor promising students from the harsh, gang-infested Watts neighborhood.

February 20:

The Breadwinner (2017):  Courageous Afghan girl disguises herself as a boy in order to provide for her family when her father is arrested; with voice of Saara Chaudry.

Bugs (2017):  A team of chefs and researchers travel around the world to weigh the benefits of using bugs as a future source of food in this interesting culinary documentary.

February 21:

The Bachelors (2017):  The death of his wife prompts a teacher to move himself and his son to a new town where women there help them heal; with JK Simmons.

Boonie Bears: The Big Top Secret (2016):  A frustrated Briar joins a traveling circus where new friends and experiences help to keep homesickness away for a while; with voice of Siobhan Lumsden.

Forgotten (2017):  Jin-seok chases after the truth of his brother's kidnapping after he's returned nineteen days later with a different personality and no memory of what happened; with Ha-neul Kang.

Lincoln (2012):  Abraham Lincoln tries to hold the Union together while getting Congress to pass the 13th Amendment; with Daniel Day-Lewis and Sally Field.


February 1:

Baby Ballroom Season 1 (2017):  Docuseries goes inside the cutthroat world of kids' ballroom dancing where instructors, parents, and pint sized dancers tango to win.

El Desconocido Season 1 (2017):  The fictional story of El Chato's top hitman, El Cholo is brought to life; with Guillermo Ivan.

Hyori's Bed and Breakfast Season 1 (2017):  A K-pop diva and her husband open up their home on a beautiful island to welcome visitors for housing, food, and conversation; with Hyo-ri Lee.

Kakegurui Season 1 (2017):  The students at a private academy for gamblers think they have found a target in the new kid at school; with Saori Hayami.

Revolting Rhymes Collection 1 (2017):  Short animated films based on a Roald Dahl book that give popular fairy tales a dark comic spin.

Under Arrest Season 8 (2016):  More interactions between Canadian cops and various perpetrators in this series focusing on the efforts of police to remain calm in trying situations.

February 2:

Altered Carbon Season 1 (2018):  A prisoner recently revived from a deep freeze for 250 years can win his freedom by solving a twisted murder; with Joel Kinnaman.

Coach Snoop Season 1 (2018):  This docuseries focuses on the efforts of rapper/cook Snoop Dogg as he launches a football league for young kids who are at risk.

Luna Petunia: Return to Amazia Season 1 (2018):  Luna returns to her magical home in Amazia where she reunites with old friends and makes new ones; with voice of Ciara Alexys.

February 5:

OCTB Season 1 (2017):  Undercover detective crosses paths with familiar underworld figures during Britain's final years in charge of Hong Kong; with Jordan Chan.

February 6:

Valor Season 1 (2017):  The two surviving members of a failed mission in Somalia deal with an unseemly conspiracy back at home; with Christina Ochoa and Matt Barr.

February 7:

Imposters Season 1 (2017):  A con artist, supported by a team of fellow thieves, uses her looks and charms to convince men to marry them and then run off with their money; with Inbar Lavi.

Queer Eye Season 1 (2018):  A new team of five fabulous gay men use their experienced skills to make over men in this reboot of the 1990s Bravo series.

February 9:

Fate/Apocrypha Season 1B (2018):  Having acquired the Greater Grail, Shiro has a plan to save mankind as the war continues; with voice of Natsuki Hanae.

My Next Guest Needs No Introduction: George Clooney (2018):  Dave Letterman has an extended discussion with the actor and travels to Kentucky to meet his parents.

Tientsin Mystic Season 1 (2017):  The policeman of an otherworldly river town follows the trail of a sinister force to save his townspeople from deadly spells; with voice of Li Xian.

February 14:

Greenhouse Academy Season 2 (2018):  A new student threatens a budding romance while one student falls for a bad influence and two more investigate a sudden disappearance; with Finn Roberts.

The Mortified Guide Season 1 (2018):  Brave people go on stage to reveal their most embarrasing moments as teenagers and young people in this series.

February 15:

Guy Martin: Last Flight of the Vulcan Bomber (2015):  British personality Martin assists the crew of the last Vulcan bomber for a farewell tour and learns of some interesting tales.

Guy Martin's Spitfire (2014):  TV personality and daredevil racer Martin helps restore a British fighter jet that crashed during World War 2 and learns about the pilot of that plane.

Re:Mind Season 1 (2017):  Eleven female high school students awaken restrained in a large dining room and try to figure out why they're there and find a way out; with Mao Iguchi.

February 16:

Dragons: Race to the Edge Season 6 (2018):  It's a race to gather all of the Dragon Eye lenses between the Riders and the Flyers; with voice of Jay Baruchel.

Everything Sucks! Season 1 (2018):  In a small town called Boring, the high school Audio Visual club has it out with the drama club; with Peyton Kennedy.

First Team: Juventus Season 1 (2018):  This docuseries follows the vaunted soccer team on and off the field as they attempt to win a seventh consecutive Italian title.

Z Nation Season 4 (2017):  Warren wakes up from a coma two years later in a zombie free utopia and suspects something has gone wrong; with Kellita Smith and DJ Qualls.

February 18:

The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale Season 1 (2018):  The former star of Community and The Soup blends news, pop culture, and social media in a hilarious brew on a weekly basis.

Strippers Season 1 (2014):  The personal and professional lives of Scottish dancers who reveal it all for the money in this reality series.

Weekend Aristocrats Season 1 (2012):  This British series explores the grand estates where they bring in paying guests to make ends meet.

February 19:

Powder Season 1 (2010):  Two men who grew up in the rough streets of Mumbai end up on opposite ends of the narcotics trade; with Manish Chaudhary. 

Selling Houses with Sarah Beeny Season 2 (2013):  More real drama as the real estate agent allows three sellers to see each other's houses and come up with creative ways to sell them.

February 20:

Bates Motel Season 5 (2017):  Two years after the previous season ended, Norman deals with some dark thoughts that threaten his shot at happiness; with Freddie Highmore.

The Frankenstein Chronicles Seasons 1-2 (2017):  A detective's search for a serial killer in 1827 London takes him down an unexpectedly dark direction; with Sean Bean.

Sing-a-Long with PJ Masks Season 1 (2016):  Musical episodes focus on three kids who save their town at night as masked superheroes; with voice of Kyle Breitkopf.

February 21:

Boonie Bears: Spring Into Action Season 1 (2014):  The Bear brothers team up to stop Logger Vick from chopping down the trees and ruining the forest; with voice of Justin J. Wheeler.

Hap and Leonard Season 2 (2017):  The duo must stay ahead of the law to solve a crime and crusade for justice; with James Purefoy and Michael Kenneth Williams.

The Ministry of Time Seasons 1-3 (2015-7):  Three people from different Spanish eras work together to prevent sinister time traveling intruders from altering histories; with Aura Garrido.

Witch Hunt Season 1 (2014):  Four Korean celebrity men and guest stars of both genders openly discuss women, sex, and relationships in this talk show; with Shin Dong-yup.

February 22:

Atomic Puppet Season 1 (2017):  Superhero learns that he can regain his powers only with the help of a superfan; with voice of Eric Bauza.

Hitler's Circle of Evil Season 1 (2017):  This historical series explores how Adolf Hitler's inner circle of Nazi leaders survived various challenges to take control of Germany and enact their evil agenda.

Versailles Season 2A (2017):  King Louis XIV deals with various challenges to get his top of the line palace completed in Versailles; with George Blagden.

Coming in February:

February 23:
Marseilles Season 2 (2018) (The mayor or Marseilles deals with the aftermath of a contentious election; with Gerard Depardieu)
Mute (2018) (Mute bartender starts desperate search for girlfriend in the seamy underbelly of futuristic Berlin; with Alexander Skarsgard)
Seven Seconds Season 1 (2018) (The aftermath of an incident between a teen boy and a cop leads to high tensions in Jersey City; with David Lyons)
Ugly Delicious Season 1 (2018) (David Chang discusses comfort foods with various guests from around the world in this series)

February 24:

Jeepers Creepers 3 (2017) (Sheriff enlists some help to stop the murder spree of the supernatural Creeper; with Brandon Smith and Stan Shaw)

February 26:
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Season 3 (2017) (Rebecca and her friends deal with revenge, job issues, and relationship crises in the third season; with Rachel Bloom)
Heyday of the Insensitive Bastards (2017) (Series of short stories explores fantasy, reality, memory, joy, and agony; with James Franco and Natalie Portman) 
People You May Know (2017) (Four middle aged friends living in LA come across a stunning realization; with Sean Maher) 
Sin Senos si Hay Paraiso Season 2 (2017) (The younger sister of siblings destroyed by crime tries to overcome their troubles; with Majida Issa)
El Vato Season 2 (2017) (Mexican singer and his friends continue fighting to succeed in the music world; with El Dasa) 
Winnie (2017) (Documentary that showcases what Winnie Mandela was doing in South Africa while her husband was a political prisoner) 

February 27:
Derren Brown: The Push (2018) (Comic special with the British mentalist/illusionist) 
Marlon Wayans: Woke-ish (2018) (Stand-up with the film and TV star)

Sometime in February?:
Deep Undercover Collection 2 (2018) (Series explores undercover operations from the perspective of the undercover officers) 
The Strange Name Movie (2017) (How people deal with unusual names is the focus of the documentary) 

March 2018:

March 1:
300 (2006) (NEW; 2/21)
Adel Karam: Live from Beirut (2018) (NEW; 2/20) (Thanks to Wellesley72!)
Cruel Intentions (1999) (NEW: 2/20)
Forgetting Sarah Marshall (2008) (NEW; 2/20)
Ghostbusters (1984) (NEW; 2/20)
Ghostbusters 2 (1989) (NEW: 2/20)
Up in the Air (2009) (NEW; 2/20)
Wet Hot American Summer (2001) (NEW; 2/20)

Sunday, December 17, 2017

Leaving Netflix Instant Streaming January 2018

A list of film and TV titles that are expected to depart the streaming service during January 2018.  This does consist of the official list, plus other titles found from various sites:

NOTE:  I'm now caught up with January's departures.

January 1:

The Addams Family (1991)
Amnesiac (2015) 
Andaz Apna Apna (1994) 
Anger Management (2003) 
Are We Done Yet? (2007)
Are We There Yet? (2005) 
Around the World in 80 Days (2004) 
The Astronaut Farmer (2006) 
The Astronaut's Wife (1999) 
Babel (2006) 
Babysitters Beware (2009) 
The Beaver (2011) 
Best in Show (2000) 
Better Living Through Chemistry (2014) 
Big Significant Things (2014) 
Blood Valley: Seed's Revenge (2014) 
Boat Trip (2002) 
The Boy in the Striped Pajamas (2008)
Bridegroom (2013) 
By the People: The Election of Barack Obama (2009) 
California State of Mind: The Legacy of Pat Brown (2011) 
Care Bears: Ups and Downs (2008) 
Cats and Dogs (2001) 
Chicago (2002)
Chinese Zodiac (2012) 
A Christmas Kiss (2011) 
Christmas on Salvation Street (2014) 
The Class of '92 (2013) 
Code Name: The Cleaner (2007) 
Daddy Day Care (2003)
Dancin': It's On (2015) 
The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951)
Deep Blue Sea (1999) 
Delicatessen (1991) 
The Desert Fox: The Story of Rommel (1951)
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (2007) 
Don't Be a Menace to South Central... (1996)
Dreamcatcher (2015) 
Note: This is the 2015 documentary, not the 2003 film based on a Stephen King novel.
Dressed to Kill (1941)
The Dudesons Movie (2006) 
Duran Duran: Unstaged (2011) 
ET the Extra Terrestrial (1982)
Forrest Gump (1994)
Fort Bliss (2014) 
Four Brothers (2005)
Freddy Frogface (2011) 
Free Willy (1993)
Funny Games (2007) 
Note: This is the American remake
Get Rich or Die Tryin' (2005) 
Good Burger (1997) 
Grease (1978)
Gremlins (1984)
The Hero of Color City (2014) 
I Am Sam (2001)
I'm Still Here (2010) 
The Inn of the Sixth Happiness (1958)
Innerspace (1987) 
Inshallah Football (2010) 
The Iron Giant (1999) 
Jackass Number 2 (2006) 
Jarhead 2: Field of Fire (2014) 
Jesus Camp (2006) 
The Kite (2011) 
Knight Rusty (2014) 
The Last Mimzy (2007)
Last Night (2010) 
License to Drive (1988)
Life of Ryan: Caretaker Manager (2014) 
The Longest Yard (2005) 
Looney Tunes: Back in Action (2003) 
Made of Honor (2008)
The Man with One Red Shoe (1985)
The Manhattan Project (1986)
Matchstick Men (2003) 
Mean Girls (2004)
Mental (2012) 
The Midnight Meat Train (2008) 
The Mighty Ducks (1992)
Miss Congeniality (2000)
Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous (2005)
Mona Lisa Smile (2003)
Mount Joy (2014) 
My Friend Bernard (2012) 
Nancy Drew (2007) 
Ninja Apocalypse (2014) 
The Number 23 (2007)
Ok Kanmani (2015) 
The Parent Trap (1961)
The Pill (2011) 
Plot for Peace (2014) 
Pokemon the Movie: Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction (2014)
Pokemon the Movie: Hoopa and the Clash of Ages (2015)
Police Academy (1984)
Proof of Life (2000) 
Pulp Fiction (1994)
Punch Drunk Love (2002) 
The Queen (2006) 
The Queen of the Damned (2002) 
Racing Stripes (2005) 
The Rainbow Tribe (2011) 
The Ref (1994) 
Requiem for a Dream (2000)
Return to Homs (2013) 
Romeo (2013) 
Rooster Doodle-Do (2014) 
Saving Mes Aynak (2014) 
The Secret Garden (1993)
Shout Gladi Gladi (2015) 
Singh is Kinng (2008) 
Someone Like You (2001)
NOTE:  This is the Ashley Judd/Hugh Jackman rom-com, not the 2015 film.
Spawn: The Movie (1997) 
The Switch (2010)
Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny (2006) 
Three Coins in the Fountain (1954)
Tommy Boy (1995) 
Trophy Kids (2015) 
Uncle John (2015) 
Vampire Dog (2012) 
Watershed: Exploring a New Water Ethic for the New West (2012) 
We Need to Talk About Kevin (2011) 
We Were Here (2011) 
Welcome to the Jungle (2013) 
White Chicks (2004)
Wild Wild West (1999) RENEWED
The Woodsman (2004) 
Young Mr. Lincoln (1939)
Zodiac (2007) 


Bob the Builder/Thomas the Tank Engine:
Bob the Builder: White Christmas (2008) 
Thomas and Friends: The Christmas Engines (2014) 
Thomas and Friends: Holiday Express (2010) 
Thomas and Friends: Merry Christmas Thomas (2011) 
Thomas and Friends: Merry Winter Wish (2010) 
Thomas and Friends: Ultimate Christmas (2009) 
Thomas and Friends: A Very Thomas Christmas (2012) 

Born to Explore Season 1 (2013)
Dino Squad Season 1 (2008)
Gunslinger Girl Season 1 (2003)
Gunslinger Girl: Il Teatrino Season 1 (2008)
Huntik Seasons 1-2 (2010-1) RENEWED
The Irregular at Magic High School Season 1 (2014)
Law and Order: Special Victims Unit Seasons 14 (2012)*
Law and Order: Special Victims Unit Seasons 15-17 (2013-5) RENEWED
Lucid Dream Season 1 (2015)
Magi: The Kingdom of Magic Season 1 (2013)
Mighty Machines Seasons 1-3 (2006-8)
Monster Allergy Seasons 1-2 (2007-8)
Ocean Mysteries with Jeff Corwin Season 1 (2013)
Pokemon: Indigo League Season 1 (1997) *
Pokemon: XY Seasons 1-2 (2013-4) *
Poppy Cat Season 1 (2011)
RL Stine's The Haunting Hour Seasons 1-2 (2010-1)
Rock the Park Season 1 (2014)
Ruby Gloom Season 3 (2008)
Run Season 1 (2013)
Sid the Science Kid: The Movie (2012)

January 2:
From the Rough (2013) 
Sonic Underground Season 1 (1998)

January 3:
VHS (2012)

January 4:
Big Sky (2015) 
Falcon Rising (2014) 
Lost Seasons 1-6 (2005-10)*

January 5:
Cocaine Cowboys (2006)
D-Day Season 1 (2015)
Fantasia (1940)
Fantasia 2000 (1999)
The Host (2005)
NOTE: This is the Korean horror comedy, not the dreadful 2013 sci-fi thriller with Saoirse Ronan
Love In Her Bag Season 1 (2013)
Madame Antoine Season 1 (2016)
Maximum Conviction (2012)

January 6:
The Big Short (2015)
Saw 1-7 (2004-10)
Scorpion King 4: Quest for Power (2015)

January 7:
Alpha and Omega 7: The Big Fureeze (2016)

January 8:
Frank (2014)
Winston Churchill: Walking with Destiny (2010)

January 9:
The Watcher (2016)

January 10:
Cube (1997)
Cube 2: Hypercube (2002)
Cube Zero (2004)
Horsemen (2009)
In the Name of God (2013)
The Voices (2014)

January 11:
These Final Hours (2014)

January 12:
Contracted: Phase 2 (2015)
Gone Baby Gone (2007)
Sworn Virgin (2015)

January 13:
The Bible Season 1 (2013) RENEWED

January 14:
50 Feet from Syria (2015)
Chau, Beyond the Lines (2015)
Last Day of Freedom (2015)
Minerita (2013)
The Radio City Christmas Spectacular (2007)
Remembrance (2011)
Starting Point (2014)
Today's Special (2009)
Unleashed: A Dog Training Story (2014)
World of Tomorrow (2015)
Note: Don't miss this gem!

January 15:
The 3 Dogateers (2014)
About Scout (2015)
Angel in the House (2011)
Anthony Bourdain: A Cook's Tour (2002-3)
Be Arrogant Season 1 (2014)
Being Ginger (2013)
The Christmas Bunny (2010)
A Christmas Horror Story (2015)
Christmas is Here Again (2007)
Christmas Miracle at Sage Creek (2005)
Fireplace and Melodies for the Holidays (2011)
A Good Rain Knows (2009)
The Heart of Christmas (2011)
The Lifeguard (2013)
Loving Annabelle (2006)
Noel (2004)
The Perfect Gift (2011)
Sirens Seasons 1-2 (2014-5) *
So This is Christmas (2013)
Tony Hinchcliffe: One Shot (2016)
Vantage Point (2007)

January 16:
Army Dog (2016) 
The Bag Man (2014) 
Basic Instinct (1992) 
Battle for Terra (2007) 
Born to Win (2014) 
Mandie and the Forgotten Christmas (2011) 
Mercury Plains (2016) 
Pups United (2014) 
Sniper (2016) 
Wiener Dog Internationals (2015) 

January 17:
Open Road (2013)
Ribbit (2014)

January 18:
Nothing (Do penance for all the guilty pleasures you've watched)

January 19:
Chug Season 1 (2014)
Incompresa (aka Misunderstood) (2014)
Killer Kids Season 1 (2011) RENEWED
My Best Friend (2016) 
Occult Crimes Season 1 (2015) RENEWED
Portal to the Unknown Season 1 (2013) RENEWED
Untold Stories of the ER Season 1 (2012)

January 20:
An Evergreen Christmas (2014)

January 21:

January 22:

January 23:
My All American (2015)

January 24:
The Aquabats! Super Show Season 1 (2012)
Morning Star (2014) 

January 25:
The Hunters (2013)
Sword of Vengeance (2014)

January 26:
Baba Joon (2015) 
The Black Jacket (2016) 
Penelope (2006) 

January 27:

January 28:
Inshallah, Kashmir (2012)

January 29:
Futurama Seasons 7-10 (2010-3)*

January 30:

January 31:
The Last Unicorn (1982) 
Stella and Sam Season 1 (2011)
Various Kid Show's New Year's Eve Countdowns (2017) 
Zoey to the Max (2015) 

February 1:

And the Oscar Goes to...(2014)
Animals United (2010)
The Benchwarmers (2006)
Bratz: Babyz the Movie (2005)
Bratz: Super Babyz (2007)
Brubaker (1980)
Charlie's Country (2013)
Corpse Bride (2005)
Day Watch (2006)
Desk Set (1957)
Enquiring Minds (2014)
Everyone's Hero (2006)
Field of Lost Shoes (2014)
Finding Home (2014)
The Five Heartbeats (1991)
The Fury (1978)
Hard Candy (2005)
Hate Story 2 (2014)
How to Steal a Million (1966)
In the Land of Women (2006)
Isabella Rossellini's Green Porno Live! (2015)
Isolated (2013)
King Arthur (2004)
The Longest Day (1962)
Lord of War (2005)
The Music Never Stopped (2011)
Night Watch (2004)
The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)
Now: In the Wings on a World Stage (2014)
The One I Wrote for You (2014)
Open Season: Scared Silly (2015)
Perfect Stranger (2007)
Project X (1987)
Pound of Flesh (2015)
The Reaping (2007)
Robot (2012)
Rumor Has It (2005)
Sand Dollars (2014)
Silver Streak (1976)
Slugterra: Into the Shadows (2016)
Stefan v/s Kramer (2012)
Stranger by the Lake (2014)
The Taking of Tiger Mountain (2015)
A Teacher (2013)
Tokyo Tribe (2014)
Vehicle 19 (2013)
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (1961)
The Year Dolly Parton Was My Mom (2011)

The Kindness Diaries Season 1 (2015) RENEWED
Lindler's Fishing Edge Season 1 (2013) RENEWED
Little Lunch Season 1 (2015)
Magic City Seasons 1-2 (2012-3)*
Slugterra Season 4 (2013)
Tin Man Season 1 (2007)*
Top Gear Seasons 7, 20-23 (2016)*
Wild Ones Season 1 (2014) RENEWED
Wildest Africa Seasons 1-2 (2010-1)
Wildest Arctic Season 1 (2012)
Wildest India Season 1 (2011)
Wildest Indochina Season 1 (2014)
Wildest Islands Seasons 1-2 (2012-3)
Wildest Latin America Season 1 (2012)
Wildest Middle East Season 1 (2014)
Worst Year of My Life, Again Season 1 (2014)

NOTE: A * means that it's been basically confirmed that it is going for sure.

The End

Coming to Netflix Streaming January 2018

A list of film and TV titles that are heading for Netflix Instant Streaming during the month of January 2018.  It appears that we do have some goodies on the way!:

NOTE:  Apologies.  Wellesley72 correctly pointed out that Ministry of Time which was supposed to stream yesterday still hasn't arrived.  So I have removed it.



January 1:

30 Days of Night (2007):  It’s up to a small town Alaskan sheriff to protect the townspeople when vampires infest his town during an extended period of darkness; with Josh Hartnett.

54 (1998):  A young man finds his place among the hedonistic excesses of the luxurious, exclusive nightclub known as 54; with Ryan Phillippe.

10,000 BC (2008):  Fierce mammoth hunter sets out to rescue the people of his village, most particularly the woman he loves, from a vicious warlord; with Steven Strait and Camilla Belle.

Aajcha Divas Majha (2013):  A conscientious politician helps an elderly singer deal with bureaucratic setbacks; with Sachin Khedekar.

Aata Pita (2010):  Municipal clerk who wants to be a writer stalks a loan recovery officer he wants to base his lead character on; with Sanjay Narvekar.

The Age of Shadows (2016):  A Japanese cop who used to be a Korean resistance fighter is tasked with preventing other fighters from acquiring explosives; with Kang-ho Song.

AlphaGo (2017):  The simple, complex game of Go serves as the backdrop as a grandmaster tests his skills against a machine in this documentary.

America’s Sweethearts (2001):  Movie star power couple mask a split while doing publicity for their latest movie; with Julia Roberts and Billy Crystal.

Apollo 13 (1995):  A space mission involving Jim Lovell and his crew turns into a battle for survival in space after disaster develops; with Tom Hanks and Ed Harris.

Badha (2006):  Young woman suspected of practicing witchcraft is shunned by society and ostracized by her family; with Amruta Subhash.

Batman (1989):  Bruce Wayne takes on a vigilante persona to stop the evil machinations of a former mobster turned Joker; with Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson.

Batman and Robin (1997):  Batman has to deal with some growing pains in his partnership with Robin while they try to overcome the plans of Mr. Freeze and Poison Ivy; with George Clooney and Uma Thurman.

Batman Begins (2005):  Young Bruce Wayne deals with the murder of his parents by training with a shadowy organization before returning home to fight crime; with Christian Bale and Michael Caine.

Batman Forever (1995):  Batman/Bruce Wayne falls for a psychiatrist while trying to stop the evil schemes of Two Face and the Riddler; with Val Kilmer and Nicole Kidman.

Batman Returns (1992):  Batman deals with the threats of a trio of villains out to conquer Gotham City, including the chilly Penguin and the thieving Catwoman; with Michael Keaton and Danny DeVito.

Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961):  A gold digger falls for a writer who moves into her apartment on a wealthy woman’s dime; with Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard.

Bring It On (2000):  A new cheer captain attempts to win a sixth consecutive title for her team when she learns of a dark secret; with Kirsten Dunst and Gabrielle Union.

Bring It On Again (2004):  When a college team rejects them, a group of girls decide to form their own cheer squad to take them on; with Bree Turner.

Bring It On: All or Nothing (2006):  Cheer captain must think fast when her scheme to have them win a spot in Rihanna’s new video hits a snag; with Hayden Panettiere.

Bring It On: Fight to the Finish (2009):  Lina deals with a new life in swanky Malibu where she vows to whip the cheerleading squad into shape; with Christina Milian.

Bring It On: In It to Win It (2007):  The rivalry between two cheer squads heats up when both leaders fall for the same guy; with Ashley Benson.

Caddyshack (1980):  The rivalry between a stuffy judge and a politically incorrect real estate mogul leads to a high stakes game of golf; with Ted Knight and Rodney Dangerfield.

Camp Cool Kids (2017):  A young boy spends an impactful time in a summer camp; with Connor Rosen and Michael Gross.

Capitalism: A Love Story (2009):  The roots of capitalism, the floundering of the US economy, and 2008’s global financial meltdown are all topics of this Michael Moore “documentary”.

Chonda Pierce: Enough (2017):  The Christian comedian relays how she was able to overcome various challenges with the assistance of humor and faith.

Cinema Paradiso (1988):  A Sicilian boy befriends a movie projectionist who encourages him to follow his dreams; with Philippe Noiret.

The Crying Game (1992):  An IRA terrorist bonds with his prisoner who shares stories of his girlfriend; with Stephen Rea and Forest Whitaker.

The Damned Rain (2009):  Optimistic farmer won’t let the lack of rain in his region sink his good mood; with Sonali Kulkami.

Defiance (2008):  A quartet of brothers decide to protect a village of Jewish refugees from Nazis during World War 2; with Daniel Craig and Liev Schreiber.

Definitely Maybe (2008):  Political operative will have to spin a family friendly version of how he met his daughter’s mother on the eve of their divorce; with Ryan Reynolds and Abigail Breslin.

Devrai (2004):  A team of mental health doctors examine a science student with a strange connection to nature and come up with a fascinating diagnosis; with Atul Kulkami.

Dries (2017):  The passion and talent that make Dries Van Noten the most unique fashion designer in the world is the focus of this documentary.

The Dukes of Hazzard (2005):  Bo and Luke have to save their family from the latest scheme of corrupt politician Boss Hogg and his officers; with Seann William Scott and Johnny Knoxville.

Empire of Scents (2014):  The sense of smell in determining survival skills and and sensual experiences is the topic of this documentary.

The Exorcism of Emily Rose (2005):  Agnostic defense attorney starts to believe the story of a priest accused of negligent homicide after an exorcism goes wrong; with Laura Linney.

The First Time (2012):  Although Dave is smitten with the hottest girl in school, he starts to romance this other girl after a chance encounter; with Dylan O’Brien and Britt Robertson.

Functional Fitness (2016):  Documentary explores the challenges and rewards of CrossFit through the eyes of those whose lives have been transformed by it.

Furry Vengeance (2010):  A real estate developer’s plans to expand into an untouched part of the wilderness hits a nasty snag; with Brendan Fraser.

The Godfather (1972):  Although reluctant, the youngest son of an organized crime boss starts to embrace the family way after an attempt is made on his father’s life; with Al Pacino and Marlon Brando.

The Godfather Part 2 (1974):  While Michael continues to strengthen his mafia’s hold, a look back explains how his father would come to embrace organized crime; with Al Pacino and Robert DeNiro (who share zero scenes together).

The Godfather Part 3 (1990):  Michael takes on a protege as he tries to make the family business legitimate, but violence threatens that plan; with Al Pacino and Andy Garcia.

Happy Hunting (2017):  While hiding from his bosses, a drifter with a drinking problem becomes the prey in a desert town’s disturbing hunting contest; with Martin Dingle-Wall.

Heartthrob (2017):  An unexpected romance between a popular girl and a shy, brilliant boy is threatened by the reveal of his dark side; with Aubrey Peeples and Keir Gilchrist.

How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days (2003):  A player bets his friends that he can make a woman fall in love with him in ten days, but perhaps he chose the wrong woman for his wager; with Matthew McConaughey and Kate Hudson.

Hridaynath (2012):  A heart transplant transforms a schoolteacher from a doer of good deeds to a darker nature; with Jackie Shroff.

Ideachi Kalpana (2010):  The scheming brother in law of an actor who ended up in a car accident with a police commissioner’s daughter decides to sue the commissioner; with Bhargavi Chirmuley.

Infinity Chamber (2017):  Man wakes up in an automated maximum security prison and tries to recall what got him there; with Christopher Soren Kelly.

Into the Wild (2007):  In order to live by himself in the wild, a young man is willing to give up everything including wealth and a stable family life; with Emile Hirsch and Marcia Gay Harden.

The Italian Job (2003):  A clever thief and his compatriots plan revenge against the person who betrayed them for the goods from a daring heist in Venice; with Mark Wahlberg and Charlize Theron.

John Mulaney: New in Town (2012):  The stand-up comic discusses quicksand, Motown singers, and an elderly man he befriended in a bathroom in a special that should just be a Netflix exclusive at this point.

Justin Bieber: Never Say Never (2011):  Documentary chronicles the journey of the Candian singer from YouTube sensation to headliner in a 2010 tour before his head got too big.

Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love (1996):  Love is oceans away as a wealthy woman’s marriage to royalty leads to a cruel twist of fate; with Indira Varma.

Kay Dyache Bola (2005):  Two student’s hopes of clearing their names of murder lies in a defense attorney who’s never practiced.  So India has remade My Cousin Vinny; with Makarand Anaspure.

King Kong (2005):  A group of adventurers and filmmakers travel to Skull Island in search of a gorilla and mostly regret it; with Naomi Watts and Adrien Brody.

Lethal Weapon (1987):  A straitlaced cop teams up with a young officer who’s become unhinged due to some personal turmoil; with Mel Gibson and Danny Glover.

Lethal Weapon 2 (1989):  Murtagh and Riggs team up again to take on a smuggling operation led by a diplomat who is just abusing his immunity privilege; with Mel Gibson and Danny Glover.

Lethal Weapon 3 (1992):  Riggs and Murtagh again team up to take on a former cop turned arms dealer; with Mel Gibson and Danny Glover.

Lethal Weapon 4 (1998):  Riggs and Murtagh take on a Chinese mobster who’s hoping to expand his operations in LA.  Hopefully the last one until the inevitable reboot; with Mel Gibson, Danny Glover, and Jet Li.

License to Wed (2007):  Ben and Sadie’s love story may stall out in a priest’s pre-wedding course; with Mandy Moore and Robin Williams.

Like Water for Chocolate (1992):  When love fails her, a woman takes her passions out on her cooking, which leads to surprising results; with Lumi Cavazos.

Love Actually (2003):  Love is in the air in London as ten stories with some surprising connections conclude on Christmas Eve.  May just have to take a chance this time; with Hugh Grant and Emma Thompson.

The Lovely Bones (2009):  A murdered young girl tries to help her family cope with her death while trying to stop her killer from striking again; with Saoirse Ronan and Mark Wahlberg.

Maacher Jhol (2017):  A Paris based chef returns home to India after 13 years and faces a life-changing cooking challenge; with Ritwick Chakraborty.

Mad Money (2008):  The newest janitor of the Federal Reserve Bank joins up with two colleagues in a scheme to recover money scheduled for destruction; with Diane Keaton and Queen Latifah.

Maddman: The Steve Madden Story (2017):  The rise, fall, and comeback of the footwear designer is showcased in this documentary.

Marie Antoinette (2006):  The rise of a young queen who has a luxurious confining lifestyle which might not be good for the peasants; with Kirsten Dunst and Jason Schwartzman.

Maza Pati Karodpati (1988):  In order to win the heart of a prominent businessman’s son, an orphan girl decides to change her identity; with Sachin.

The Men Who Stare at Goats (2009):  Journalist looking for a story meets a man of mysterious origins who claims to be a warrior monk; with George Clooney and Ewan McGregor.

Mi Shivajiraje Bhosale Boltoy (2009):  After a man blames his heritage for his lack of success, he’s visited by a great medieval king proving that there’s no excuse; with Sachin Khedekar.

Midnight in Paris (2011):  Writer dealing with some romantic entanglements gets the opportunity to visit with his literary idols, but only after midnight in Paris; with Owen Wilson and Rachel McAdams.

The Missing Picture (2013):  Documentary of a harrowing memoir has the director using ceramic figures to represent Cambodian victims of an infamous 1970s massacre.

Monsters vs. Aliens (2009):  After being captured by scientists, a fifty foot tall woman might be the key to protect earth from an alien invasion; with voices of Reese Witherspoon and Seth Rogen.

More Than a Game (2008):  Documentary captures the bond between four African Americans as they bring their mostly white prep school into the playoffs; with LeBron James.

Murder on the Cape (2017):  A love affair between a fashion writer and a married Cape Cod fisherman leads to an unexpected turn of events; with Jade Harlow.

National Treasure (2004):  A treasure hunter makes the bold move of stealing the Declaration of Independence to protect a treasure from an unethical rival; with Nicolas Cage.

Now More Than Ever: The History of Chicago (2016):  Rockumentary goes behind the scenes to explore how a jazz fusion band would become a pop hit factory.

Nymphomaniac Volume 1 (2013):  To repay a man for saving her life, a nymphomaniac shares her tales of sexual experiences; with Charlotte Gainsbourg and Stellan Skarsgard.

Nymphomaniac Volume 2 (2013):  A nymphomaniac reveals the sacrifices and surprising new profession after her sex drive overpowers her; with Charlotte Gainsbourg.

Planetarium (2016):  In pre World War 2 France, rumors that two sisters can talk with the dead intrigues a filmmaker; with Natalie Portman.

Pokemon the Movie: Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel (2016):  Ash joins the mythical Pokemon Volcanion to a mechanical city to rescue the artificial Pokemon Magearna; with voice of Ikue Otani.

The Rehearsal (2016):  A drama student is torn between ethics and creative possibilities when his girlfriend’s family ends up caught up in a sex scandal; with James Rolleston.

Residente (2017):  Documentary examines what happens when Puerto Rican rap icon Residente takes a DNA test and decides to examine the results.

Sanai Choughade (2009):  To honor her mother’s final wish, Urmila and her husband search for a husband for her picky sister; with Shreyas Talpade.

Shahanpan Dega Deva (2011):  Five escaped inmates from a mental institution deal with the outside world’s craziness while trying to halt a terrorist plot; with Bharat Jadhav.

The Shawshank Redemption (1994):  An upstanding banker deals with fraudulent charges of murder by trying to make the best of his situation; with Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman.

So Undercover (2012):  High stakes mob investigation leads the FBI to turn one of its agents into dive in as a sorority member in this comedy; with Miley Cyrus and Jeremy Piven.

Spread (2009):  The efforts of a player to have a no strings relationship with a successful attorney go awry when he meets a waitress; with Ashton Kutcher and Anne Heche.

Stardust (2007):  To win the heart of his true love, a man agrees to go into forbidden territory to retrieve a fallen star that’s taken human form; with Charlie Cox and Claire Danes.

Stone (2010):  In order to get out of prison early, a convicted arsonist uses the seductive talents of his wife to manipulate a parole officer; with Edward Norton and Robert DeNiro.

Strictly Ballroom (1992):  Gifted dancer is forced to take a graceless newcomer as his new partner for a major competition when he’s dumped by his partner; with Paul Mercurio.

Super Dark Times (2017):  Tragic accident drives a wedge in the once-strong friendship between two teenage boys; with Owen Campbell and Charlie Tahan.

Time Please (2013):  A husband and wife see their marriage differently thanks to different personalities, an old friend, and a past flame; with Priya Bapat.

Training Day (2001):  Rookie cop goes on a memorable ride along with a veteran narcotics officer; with Ethan Hawke and Denzel Washington.

Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable (2017):  This documentary dives into the waters off East Africa to learn about Damien Hirst’s exhibition of oceanic treasures.

Troy (2004):  The decision by Prince Paris to steal Helen from her husband leads two nations hurtling into war; with Brad Pitt and Eric Bana.

The Truman Show (1998):  Truman Burbank makes a startling discovery while going through his life one day; with Jim Carrey and Ed Harris.

Unleashed (2016):  An app designer reeling from a bad breakup learns to trust again when her pets become two lovable men; with Kate Micucci and Justin Chatwin.

The Vault (2017):  Bank heist takes a dangerous turn when three sibling robbers attempt to break into an underground vault; with James Franco and Taryn Manning.

The Way of the Gun (2000):  Two criminals may have overreached when they kidnap the pregnant surrogate mother of the baby’s gangster father; with James Caan and Benicio Del Toro.

Wedding Crashers (2005):  The successful scheme of two guys to satisfy their libidos by crashing weddings hits a snag when love enters the picture; with Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn.

Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971):  It’s time to fire up the imagination when several kids win golden tickets to tour his secret confectionary; with Gene Wilder.

Yanda Kartavya Aahe (2006):  Due to an arranged marriage designed to please an ailing grandmother, the couple are virtually strangers.  For better or worse, their honeymoon may make a difference; with Ankush Choudhary.

January 2:

Aval (2017):  Tamil version of The House Next Door has a couple's relationship threatened by a mysterious new family who moves into the neighborhood; with Siddharth.

Haunters: The Art of the Scare (2017):  Documentary goes behind the world of simulated horror and its creators.

Mustang Island (2017):  Bill pursues his ex-girlfriend to a Gulf Coast beach town after being dumped, but things take a complex turn; with Macon Blair.

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (2017):  In the franchise's fifth film, Sparrow is in trouble when Salazar escapes Devil's Triangle with an evil plan; with Johnny Depp and Javier Bardem.

Rent (2005):  Based on the Broadway musical, a bunch of scrappy young people deal with love, drugs, and AIDS in New York City; with Anthony Rapp and Rosario Dawson.

January 4:

Green White Green (and All the Beautiful Colors in My Mosaic of Madness) (2016):  Three Nigerian bohemians explore the directions that their lives can go; with Okey Uzoeshi.

Jora 10 Numbaria (2017):  How a traumatic childhood and a corrupt, unjust system leads a young man into life as a gangster; with Mukesh Tiwari.

January 5:

Before I Wake (2016):  Following the death of their son, a couple welcomes a foster child into their lives with a strange gift; with Kate Bosworth, Thomas Jane, and Jacob Tremblay.

Don Quixote: The Ingenious Gentleman of La Mancha (2015):  Modern adaption of the classic novel has an eccentric elderly gentleman and his honest sidekick set out to right the world's wrongs; with Carmen Argenziano.

January 6:

House of Z (2016):  Documentary focuses on the rise, fall and comeback of fashion designer Zac Posen.

January 8:

The Conjuring (2013):  A husband and wife team of paranormal specialists may be the only people to protect the residents of a farmhouse from evil forces; with Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga.

The Untold Tales of Armistead Maupin (2017):  Documentary focuses on Maupin overcame a conservative past to champion LGBTQ rights and write Tales of the City.  GONE as of January 16!

January 9:

Alien Contact: Outer Space (2017):  Fact based documentary explores the efforts of humans to contact possible intelligent beings from beyond the solar system.

The House Next Door (2017):  Hindi version of Aval has a young couple's relationship shaken by mysterious troubled family moving into the neighborhood; with Siddharth.  REMOVED 1/10

January 10:

47 Meters Down (aka In the Deep) (2017):  Two sisters are trapped in the shark cage with little oxygen in their tanks and great whites swimming nearby; with Mandy Moore and Claire Holt.

Alejandro Riano: Especial de Stand Up (2018):  This special has Riano discussing the perks of dating a she wolf, dancing styles, and soccer game announcers.

Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie (2017):  Two fourth graders hypnotize a humorless principal into thinking he's a superhero wearing underwear.  Caught bits and pieces of this and twas cute; with voices of Ed Helms and Kevin Hart.

On Yoga: The Architecture of Peace (2017):  This documentary showcases photographer Michael O'Neill's ten year journey through the yoga landscape.

January 11:

Dayveon (2017):  Following the shooting death of his older brother, a depressed, aimless 13 year old in rural Arkansas falls in with a local gang; with Devin Blackmon.

January 12:

The Arbitration (2016):  Arbitration panel is formed when a dispute is formed between a Nigerian company CEO and a former employee threatens to get ugly; with OC Ukeje.

Eve's Apple (2017):  Documentary showcases the efforts of policymakers in Gambia and Kenya to stop the brutal practice of female genital mutilation.

The Man Who Would Be Polka King (2009):  Irreverent documentary on how a charming entertainer bilked investors out of millions in a complex scheme.

Milada (2017):  Politician and human rights campaigner Milada Horakova battles to defend her beliefs in a Czechoslovakia under Communist rule; with Ayelet Zurer.

The Polka King (2018):  A Polish born bandleader draws his fans into a Ponzi scheme to make it big in America in this comedic take on a true story; with Jack Black and Jenny Slate.

The Reservoir Game (2017):  Investigative reporter seeks to discover the whereabouts of a slush fund belonging to the previous president of South Korea in this documentary.

Tom Segura: Disgraceful (2018):  The comedian offers blunt assessments on porn, parking lot power struggles, and parenthood in this exclusive special.

January 13:

Vengeance (2017):  When four criminals escape a conviction for a violent assault, they still have to deal with a cop with his own brand of justice; with Nicolas Cage and Anna Hutchison.

January 14:

Wild Hogs (2007):  Four suburban bikers stretch their comfort zone and go on a road trip where they face some danger; with Tim Allen and William H. Macy.

January 15:

Alibaba Aur 40 Chor (1980):  Simple village man gets caught up in political intrigue and danger when he takes on a pack of ruthless, powerful bandits; with Dharmendra.

A Boy Called Po (2016):  An overworked engineer tries to deal with his wife's death and his autistic son's descent into a fantasy world; with Christopher Gorham.

Down the Fence (2017):  Dedicated trainers show off the hard work leading into the national championship for reined cow horse in this documentary.

Face 2 Face (2017):  Two former friends learn about each other's insecurities and secrets during a series of video chats; with Daniela Bobadilla.

Hostages (2017):  The shocking 1996 hostage crisis in Lima, Peru involving rebels holding high level figures against their will in an ambassador's residence is the focus of this documentary.

Manolo: The Boy Who Made Shoes for Lizards (2017):  This documentary focuses on legendary shoe designer Manolo Blahnik and his celebrity admirers.

One More Shot (2017):  Documentary focuses on one couple's efforts in dealing with infertility by going through the process of artificial insemination.

Operation Chromite (2016):  Team of South Korean spies go behind enemy lines to steal a map of North Korean coast defenses; with Jung-jae Lee.

Phir Se (2015):  An art exhibit in London proves to be a crucial meeting point between a man and woman dealing with divorces; with Kunal Kohli.

Pyar Ke Do Pal (1986):  Twins separated by a court order reunite in camp and try to bring their parents back together; with Mithun Chakraborty.

Rip Tide (2017):  New York model visits her faraway aunt in Australia in part to escape the reaction of a viral video gone wrong; with Debby Ryan.

Thong Dee Fun Khao (2017):  After losing a boxing match, a talented Muy Thai fighter leaves home to train with the best where he finds new friends and foes; with Buakaw Banchemak.

Unrest (2017):  This documentary has PhD student Jennifer Brea turn the camera on herself to capture her dealing with chronic fatigue syndrome.

Urvi (2017):  A medical student tricked into working in a brothel teams up with two of her cohorts to fight their unscrupulous exploiters; with Sruthi Hariharan.

January 16:

Dallas Buyers Club (2013):  Ron refuses to accept a death sentence from his doctor after a diagnosis of AIDS in 1986 and takes on a bold plan to save himself and others; with Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto.

Katt Williams: Great America (2018):  The raucous comic delves on American politics, race relations, sex, and roast beef in this special.

A Serious Man (2009):  A Jewish physics professor whose life is unraveling seeks spiritual guidance from three rabbis; directed by the Coen brothers and starring Michael Stuhlbarg.

January 17:

Arango y Sanint: Riase el show (2018):  Two Colombian stand up comics take on various impersonations in this stand up special; with Julian Arango and Antonio Sanint.

January 18:

Bad Day for the Cut (2017):  Revenge is the name of the game for a mild mannered farmer when his mother is brutally murdered in a home invasion; with Nigel O'Neill.

January 19:

Harith Iskander: I Told You So (2018):  The Malaysian iconic comic takes on Singapore, an ex girlfriend, and Rick Astley in this special.

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001):  Frodo and his friends set out on an epic quest to destroy the ring of Sauron; with Elijah Wood and Ian McKellen.

The Open House (2018):  A tragedy leaves a mother and her teen son moving to a relative's vacation home where strange things start to happen.  Here's your tape; with Dylan Minnette.

Step Sisters (2017):  Black sorority leader whose dream of Harvard Law is on the line decides to help her sisterhood plagued with two left feet win a step dance championship; with Megalyn Echikunwoke.

January 22:

Where's the Money (2017):  Sharp-witted slacker from South Central LA joins an all white college fraternity to find a stash of stolen money; with Andrew Bachelor and Mike Epps.

January 23:

Countdown to Death: Pablo Escobar (2017):  This documentary uses interviews, images, and wiretapped audio to capture the last nine years of the drug kingpin.

Todd Glass: Act Happy (2018):  The veteran comedian does rapid fire riffs from his heart attack, coming out of the closet, and the proper way to eat a Kit Kat in this special.

January 24:

Blockbuster (2017):  After losing his superhero loving girlfriend to a video created for his ailing father, Jeremy starts a crazy scheme to win her back; with Syrus Shahidi and Charlotte Gabris.

The Collection (2012):  After escaping from the house of horrors belonging to a serial killer, a survivor heads back there to save a woman trapped there; with Josh Stewart.

The Good Catholic (2017):  The faith of a young priest is tested when he falls for a woman he meets at confession; with Zachary Spicer.

Ricardo Quevedo: Hay Gente Asi (2018):  The droll comic regales Bogota, Colombia with a set on misunderstandings, sex talk, and the thrill of being scared in his special.

January 25:

Acts of Vengeance (2017):  Reeling from the murder of his wife and child, a fast talking lawyer takes a vow of silence and trains for vengeance; with Antonio Banderas and Karl Urban.

January 26:

Fakkah Fuzz: Almost Banned (2018):  The Malay comic dives into cross-culture humor as he deals with being outspoken in Singapore.

A Futile and Stupid Gesture (2018):  This biopic digs into the triumphs and failures of National Lampoon founder Doug Kenney; with Will Forte and Domnhall Gleeson.

Mau Nieto: Viviendo sobrio...desde el bar (2018):  The Mexican comic riffs on his battles with sobriety, failed relationships, and his modest upbringing in this special from a bar.

Mune: Guardian of the Moon (2014):  Mischievous Mune worries he's not up to the job of replacing the retiring lunar guardian; with voice of Joshua J. Ballard.

Sebastian Marcelo Wainraich (2018):  The Argentinian comic talks about minibars, why funerals are better than weddings, and other absurdities in everyday life in this special.

January 27:

The House Next Door (2017):  Hindi version of Aval has a young couple's relationship shaken by mysterious troubled family moving into the neighborhood; with Siddharth.

January 29:

The Force (2017):  Documentary follows the police officers of Oakland, California as they reform and face challenges of corruption, commitment, and change.

Patient Seventeen (2017):  This documentary attempts to separate fact and fiction as a doctor claims to be able to remove microchips that he claims aliens use to manipulate the human race.

January 30:

Jerry Seinfeld: I'm Telling You for the Last Time (1999):  Following the end of the successful Seinfeld, Jerry goes back on an international tour to unleash his best jokes.

January 31:

45 Years (2015):  A couple's plans to celebrate their forty-fifth wedding anniversary hits a snag when some shocking news comes to the surface; with Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay.

Cars 3 (2017):  Lightning McQueen gets some help from a sleek race car as he attempts to hold his own against a new generation of high-tech vehicles; with voice of Owen Wilson and Cristela Alonso.

Expedition Happiness (2017):  Filmmaker and his musician girlfriend hit the road across North America with their dog in a refurbished school bus; with Selima Taibi.


January 1:

Eastsiders Season 3 (2017):  Cal and Thom make a memorable road trip back to LA to pick up the pieces of their lives; with Kit Williamson.

The Frozen Dead Season 1 (aka Glace) (2017):  A grisly find on top of a French Pyrenees mountain leads to a twisted dance between an investigator and a serial killer; with Charles Berling.

Fullmetal Alchemist Season 1 (2003):  Two brothers attempt to revive their mother using alchemy, but the reaction is most definitely not want they wanted; with voice of Romi Park.

Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood Seasons 1-5 (2009-10):  After both suffer damage from their attempted alchemy, two brothers will have to battle nefarious forces to get their bodies back to normal; with voice of Romi Park.

Lock Up Collection 1 (2010):  Get up and close at life inside the walls from America’s toughest prisons and learn from both those who work there and those who live there.

Lovesick Season 3 (2018):  Dylan deals with conflicted feelings while Luke and Angus pursue new romances in the third season; with Johnny Flynn.

Martin Luther: The Idea That Changed the World (2017):  The story of the monk named Martin Luther who turned religious reformer; narrated by Hugh Bonneville.

Not Alone (2017):  In order to cope with her best friend’s suicide, an 18 year old talks to teens who’s dealt with mental illness and suicidal thoughts.

Sharknado 5: Global Swarming (2017):  After turning back the latest flying shark attack in America, Fin and April deal with a global outbreak.  I hope that they didn’t jump the shark; with Ian Ziering and Tara Reid.

We Speak Dance Season 1 (2018):  A trained dancer travels the world to learn traditional and urban dance styles from the locals that know them best.

January 2:

The Jack King Affair (2015):  Documentary examines the bold plan for an MI5 agent to infiltrate a fascist network to recover stolen documents.

January 4:

Can't Cope, Won't Cope Season 1 (2016):  Two female friends in Dublin slowly adjust to adulthood when the childish hijinks and hangovers begin to wear off; with Amy Huberman.

January 5:

Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee Collections (2012):  Four different collections has Jerry Seinfeld talking to various comics while driving nice cars and enjoying fresh cups of coffee.

Devilman Crybaby Season 1 (2018):  Sensitive demon boy is led into a brutal war against evil by a mysterious friend in order to save humanity; with voice of Kouki Uchiyama.

End of the Flipping World Season 1 (2018):  A budding psychopath sets out on a road trip with a rebel hungry for adventure; with Jessica Barden and Alex Lawther.

Rotten Season 1 (2018):  Docuseries travels down the food chain to learn secrets and hidden forces that determine what we eat; I suspect those secrets won't be good.

January 6:

Borderline Season 2 (2017):  More fun as inept border agents crack down on immigrants at the Northend Airport; with Jamie Michie and David Avery.

Episodes Seasons 1-5 (2013-7):  The lead actor of the American adaption of a successful British sitcom wrecks havoc on the lives of its two screenwriters; with Matt LeBlanc and Stephen Mangan.

January 8:

Carver Kings Season 1 (2015):  This docuseries explores the chainsaw wielding artists who create one of a kind sculptures for their clients.

Cold Water Cowboys Season 3 (2016):  Captains lead ship crews through extreme conditions to net profitable fish catches in the icy North Atlantic Ocean.

Homes by the Sea Season 2 (2015):  Architect/home designer Charlie Luxton travels across the British territories around the world to visit lovely homes and talk to their owners.

Tundukkan Playboy Itu Season 1 (2016):  Under pressure to settle down, a pleasure seeking playboy finds a woman unlike anyone he's met; with Hafidz Roshdi.

January 12:

41 Dogs in My Home (2015):  Obsessive British pet owners and their extreme love for animals is the focus of this documentary.

A&E: When Patients Attack (2015):  The security staff at Birmingham's Queen Elizabeth Hospital deals with aggressive patients in this documentary.

Ainsley Eats the Streets Season 1 (2014):  Celeb chef Ainsley Harriott travels around the world to determine the links between local street foods and cultural identity.

Animal Airport Seasons 1-2 (2012-3):  London's Heathrow Airport is the setting for this docuseries as we explore animal handlers as they deal with both domestic and wild animals.

Bondi Resecue Seasons 10-11 (2015-6):  The lifeguards at Sydney, Australia's Bondi Beach are the focus on this real life docuseries that is probably nothing like Baywatch.

Border Patrol Seasons 6-7 (2012-4):  New Zealand's Border Patrol deals with various customs and immigration scenarios in this docuseries.

A Brief History of Graffiti (2015):  Art historian/academic Dr. Richard Clay goes back in time to reveal the role that graffiti played throughout history.

Changing Faces Season 1 (2015):  Two experts in cosmetic and dental surgery meet patients who seek medical transformation.

El Chavo Season 1 (1971):  A poor nameless orphan lives in an apartment building with a colorful group of people; with Carlos Villagran.

El Chavo Animado Seasons 1-4 (2006-9):  A poor young orphan boy with a big imagination and his group of friends at his apartment

Colony Season 2 (2017):  Their efforts to get back their son Charlie places Will and Katie on opposite sides of the colony; with Josh Holloway and Sarah Wayne Callies.

Deals, Wheels, and Steals Season 1 (2015):  Reality series has six British passionate car auctioneers compete to buy and sell cars at the best price.

Disjointed Season 1B (2018):  Pete deals with a crisis in confidence while Ruth returns to her roots, and Olivia's business takes off; with Kathy Bates.

Familia P Luche Season 1 (2002):  Irreverent sitcom features a husband, a wife, and a family of three kids; with Eugenio Derbez.

Lo Que La Vida Me Robo Season 1 (2013):  In a seaside town, a beautiful woman and her wily mother deal with lovers, gangsters, financial ruin, and obsession in this series; with Angelique Boyer.

Monkey Life Seasons 7-8 (2013-4):  The dedicated team at Monkey World, the world's largest primate rescue center, deals with rehabilitation and illegal trade in these episodes.

My Next Guest Needs No Introduction: Barack Obama (2018):  Dave Letterman discusses political tensions and life outside the White House with the former president and treks to Selma.

Rebelde Season 1 (2004):  Six students at a prestigious prep school learn that music can close the divide between wealth and class; with Carlos Balart.

Renters Season 6 (2016):  Sassy property managers in New Zealand deal with troublesome renters in this reality series.

Rubi Season 1 (2004):  Woman who's envious of her wealthy best friend to marry a millionaire...her best friend's fiancee; with Barbara Mori.

Somebody Feed Phil: The First Course (2018):  Phil Rosenthal, the creator of Everybody Loves Raymond, travels across the globe to take in the local cuisine and culture in this series.

Taken Season 1 (2017):  In this prequel series to the Liam Neeson film franchise, a former Green Beret is drawn into a job as a secret government operative; with Clive Standen and Jennifer Beals.

Teresa Season 1 (2010):  How far will a manipulative woman go to get what she wants; with Cynthia Klitbo.

January 13:

Dance Academy Season 1 (2010):  A fifteen year old Aussie girl gets an education in and out of an exclusive dance school; with Xenia Goodwin.

January 15:

2018 Olympic Winter Games Preview (2018):  Members of the American Olympic team discuss their hopes of winning gold and glory in South Korea during this year's Winter Games.

Boj Season 1 (2014):  Fun loving bilby, a Marsupial found in the Aussie Outback, moves into a new neighborhood where he befriends new people and has fun; with voice of Ziggy Badans.

Earth to Luna! Season 1 (2014):  Luna, a twelve year old girl, and her family learns about science, nature, and the world in this series; with voice of Angelina Carballo.

January 16:

Rita Season 4 (2017):  A new teaching job places Rita back in her hometown where we learn about the turmoil affecting her personal and academic life as a teen; with Mille Dinesen.

January 17:

Friday Night Tykes Season 4 (2017):  A new elite team enters the picture as some teams pursue respect or titles and others battle just to play.

Godzilla Part 1 (2017):  20,000 years after Godzilla took over the Earth, a desperate group of refugees attempt to recolonize the planet in this anime series; with voice of Mamoru Miyano.

An Innocent Mistake Season 1 (2012):  A woman with three mothers searches for a father figure and finds possible love and heartbreak; with Zaizai Lin and Tzu-yi Mo.

January 18:

Sword Art Online Season 1 (2012):  When a master swordsman and his friends learn the only way to leave a game is to beat it, they decide to team up to do so; with voice of Haruka Tomatsu.

Tiempos de Guerra Season 1 (2017):  Upper class nurse trainees from Madrid find friendship and romance as they save lives in a hospital for Rif War soldiers; with Amaia Salamanca.

January 19:

Drug Lords Season 1 (2018):  The stories of notorious drug kingpins and their enforcers as they deal with people vowing to bring them down make up the focus of this series.

Eat Your Words Seasons 1-2 (2014-5):  Food critics who dissed the dishes of chefs are challenged to see if they can do better in this reality food series.

Extreme Animal Obsessions Season 1 (2013):  People and their odd obsession with animals makes up the bulk of this series.

Grace and Frankie Season 4 (2018):  The women deal with some realities of getting older as they deal with business and personal relationships.  Where's Dolly; with Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda.

Trolls: The Beat Goes On! Season 1 (2018):  Queen Poppy welcomes a new time of peace with fun and games while Branch attempts to embrace his fun side; with voice of Amanda Leighton.

January 20:

Love and Hong Kong Season 1 (2017):  Five strangers find their lives changed when they witness a starlet being kidnapped while shooting a documentary; with Eiko Koike.

January 22:

The Shannara Chronicles Season 2 (2017):  The Four Lands is in chaos following a brutal war and several heroes start to emerge; with Austin Butler.

January 23:

The Naked Truth Season 1 (2016):  Investigative journalist tackle complex, under-reported topic such as online extortion, fentanyl addiction, and partisan gerrymandering in this series.

Traffickers Season 1 (2016):  Journalist Nelufar Hedayat uncovers a series of black markets in this series including gold, guns, and human parts.

January 24:

The Irregular at Magic High School Season 1 (2014):  Two siblings enroll at Magic High School, but differing results threaten their bond; with voice of Takuma Terashima.

Magi: The Kingdom of Magic Season 1 (2013):  After winning the most recent battles, Aladdin retires to study magic but adventure is in his future; with voice of Takahiro Sakurai.

Prison Playbook Season 1 (2017):  A star pitcher ends up in trouble with the law and must navigate the harsh world of prison in this series; with Hae-soo Park.

January 26:

The Adventures of Puss in Boots Season 6 (2018):  A series of earthquakes shake up the sleepy town of San Lorenzo during the sixth season of the series.

Arabia Motors Season 1 (2017):  The editors of a Middle Eastern car magazine go for sweet rides around the region with various luxury automobiles in this series.

Dirty Money Season 1 (2018): Investigative series pulls off the cover of various corporate acts of greed and corruption.

Full Force Nature Season 1 (2006):  Harrowing footage of floods, tsunamis, mudslides, ice storms, and hurricanes destroying the Earth is the focus of this series.

Llama Llama Season 1 (2018):  The children's book character learns new things as he bonds with family and friends in this series; with voice of Jennifer Garner.

One Day at a Time Season 2 (2018):  Lydia learns to let go of the past as Elena starts to date and Schroeder becomes a mentor; with Justina Machado and Rita Moreno.

January 29:

Dealers: Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is Season 8 (2013):  Given a limited budget, expert bargain hunters search for the goods that will give them the most bang for their buck.

Find It, Fix It, Flog It Season 1 (2016):  Henry Cole and Simon O'Brien restore and rejuvenate retro relics and overlooked objects so that their owners can flip it for a profit.

Lookalikes Season 1 (2016):  Andy Harmer, a lookalike for David Beckham, runs a talent agency for celebrity lookalikes in this reality series.

Rescue Mediums Season 7 (2011):  Two top British psychics tackle cases involving poltergeists, a Ouija board, and a haunted museum in the seventh season.

Selling Houses with Sarah Beeny Season 1 (2012):  Real estate agent Beeny give three sellers the opportunity to check out each other's homes and come up with ways to drive up their value.

January 30:

Babylon Berlin Season 1 (2017):  Combo of seasons 1-2 of the German series has a haunted cop and poor typist trying to uncover a conspiracy in 1929 Berlin; with Volker Bruch.

The Lady in Dignity Season 1 (2017):  The wife of a corporate heir has her life upended by a mysterious woman who is hired as a caretaker; with Hee-seon Kim.

Retribution Season 1 (2016):  A newlywed couple is murdered and the cops seek answers from their feuding Scottish families; with Georgina Campbell.

January 31:

The Garfield Show Seasons 1-2 (2008-9):  Computer animated series focuses on the lazy cat with a big appetite for lasagna, his owner Jon, and his frenemy Odie; with voice of Frank Welker.

La Piloto Season 1 (2017):  Yolanda dreams of being a pilot, but those go on the back burner as she becomes mixed with drug smugglers while working as a flight attendant; with Livia Brito.

Sing-a-long with PJ Masks (2016):  Dress up with your favorite masked superhero as they sing songs while saving their city at night; with voice of Kyle Breitkopf.


Streaming Soon?:
Chef & My Fridge: 2017 (2017) (More Korean chefs turning what's in people's refrigerators into feasts in these series of contests)
Death Race: Beyond Anarchy (2018) (Black ops specialist breaks into prison to take on Frankenstein in a car race to the death; with Zach McGowan) (MOVED; 1/30)

February 1:
42 Grams (2017)
3000 Miles to Graceland (2001)
Aeon Flux (2005)
American Pie (1999)
American Pie 2 (2001)
American Pie Presents: Band Camp (2005)
American Pie Presents: The Book of Love (2009)
American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile (2006) 
Ella Enchanted (2004)
Extract (2009)
GoodFellas (1990)
How the Beatles Changed the World (2017)
The Hurt Locker (2008)
John Mellencamp: Plain Spoken (2018)
Kill Bill Volume 1 (2003)
Kill Bill Volume 2 (2004)
Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001)
Liberated: The New Sexual Revolution (2017)
Lovesick (2014)
Meet the Fockers (2004)
Meet the Parents (2000)
Men in Black (1997)
National Parks Adventure (2016)
Ocean's Eleven (2001)
Ocean's Twelve (2004)
Ocean's Thirteen (2007)
Paint It Black (2017)
Powder Season 1 (2018) (NEW; 1/26)
Scream 3 (2000)
The Strange Name Movie (2017) (NEW; 1/26)
Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story (2007)
Z Nation Season 4 (2017)

The End