Alright, lazy indoor-dwellers, Netflix is adding a whole host of new titles to keep you occupied for the next month. Check out our guide for the best of Netflix Instant movies for April 2013.
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Months ago, we were surprised (if somewhat skeptical) to hear that AMC's murder-mystery drama 'The Killing' had been pulled off the scrap heap, and begun working toward a third season to be co-financed by Netflix. When AMC officially announced 'The Killing' season 3, however, Netflix recieved nary a mention, so how will the streaming service be involved? New details on where to see 'The Killing' season 3 early on Netflix inside!
Given all the whiplash 'Arrested Development' fans have had to endure in their lives already, we were recently distressed (albeit not altogether unsurprised) that Netflix CEO Reed Hastings had significant doubts that the upcoming 'Arrested Development' season 4 revival would lead to any additional Netflix seasons. We've heard on multiple occasions that the new episodes debuting in May lay the groundwork for a movie rather than additional Netflix content, but is there hope of continuing the series regardless? Find out the latest on the future of 'Arrested Development' inside!
Spring is just around the corner, but if you're not into the lovely upcoming weather, you can stay home and check out a few of these new Netflix Instant movies for March 2013.
Why spend more money than you need to this month when we've got a list of the best new movies hitting Netflix Instant in February? Read on for what you should add to your queue this month!
New on DVD, Blu-ray and streaming this week, summertime action, a horror-comedy for kids, some bootlegging with bruising action, and creepy scares. ...
'Tis the season to cuddle up on the couch with a good movie. We've got the breakdown on the latest titles to hit Netflix Instant for the month of December. Happy holidays!
New on DVD, Blu-ray and streaming this week, old-pro action with 'The Expendables 2,' Quentin Tarantino goes over-the-top, and some gret overlooked movies arrive on streaming.
Last week, I did something incredibly foolish and re-watched what was my favorite film when I was, let's say, 12. That statement sounds a little inverted -- Why would watching a fave film from the past be a bad idea? -- but let me also add that this was a film I had not seen since I was, let's say, 12, and thus one that lived now, as the narrator says at the end of 'The Road Warrior,' "only in my memory." But I had a head cold and Netflix and, you know, these things happen. I was fighting a cold, too, and no one, and I mean no one, who has a head cold ever said, "Hey, let's just get some tea and soup and watch 'Munich,'" you know?