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New Netflix Instant Movies — September 2012

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If you’re looking to continue your summer couch surfing, Netflix has some good stuff hitting Instant in September. And if you’re especially in the mood for crime dramas, Netflix is offering up a variety of titles from classics like ‘Night of the Hunter’ and ‘Dog Day Afternoon,’ to the more recent Norwegian thriller ‘Headhunters.’

September 1

‘Dog Day Afternoon’ (1975) – Starring Al Pacino and John Cazale. A man endeavors to rob a bank to pay for the sex change operation his lover desires, but things get out of control rather quickly.

‘Passenger 57′ (1992) — Starring Wesley Snipes, Bruce Payne and Tom Sizemore. Terrorists take control of a passenger jet, leaving a lone security man to try and stop them.

‘The Mummy’ (1932) — Starring Boris Karloff and Zita Johann. An expedition in Egypt uncovers an ancient mummified prince who comes to life in this classic horror flick.

‘The Night of the Hunter’ (1955) — Starring Robert Mitchum and Shelley Winters. A sinister religious fanatic marries a widow and terrorizes her children to find out where their deceased father hid $10,000.

‘Analyze This’ (1999) — Starring Robert DeNiro, Billy Crystal and Lisa Kudrow. This comedy follows an exasperated therapist saddled with an insecure mob boss as his latest patient.

‘Titan A.E.’ (2000) — Starring Matt Damon, Drew Barrymore and Bill Pullman. An animated sci-fi adventure following a crew as they attempt to locate an Earth ship before an alien species does in order to save the future of humanity.

‘The Omen’ (1976) — Starring Gregory Peck and Lee Remick. In this classic horror film from director Richard Donner, a US ambassador discovers his son is the antichrist.

‘Sweet November’ (2001) — Starring Keanu Reeves and Charlize Theron. A man meets a woman at the DMV and the pair fall head over heels for each other during a particularly life-changing November.

‘Nine to Five’ (1980) — Starring Dolly Parton, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin. Three female employees and friends conspire to get back at their cruel and sexist boss.

‘Amores Perros’ (2000) — Starring Emilio Echevarria and Gael Garcia Bernal. The lives of different people are connected by a single car crash in three different stories about loss, love and life.

‘Soapdish’ (1981) — Starring Sally Field, Kevin Kline and Robert Downey Jr. A satirical comedy in which a soap actress tries to manipulate her producer into shoving the show’s lead actress aside.

‘Insomnia’ (2002) — Starring Al Pacino, Hilary Swank and Robin Williams. Two detectives track down a serial killer in the northern wilderness in this mystery thriller from director Christopher Nolan.

‘I.Q.’ (1994) — Starring Meg Ryan, Tim Robbins and Walter Matthau. A man in love with Albert Einstein’s niece asks her uncle to pretend to be a physicist to help him win her affections.

‘Mulberry Street’ (2006) — Starring Nick Damici, Kim Blair and Ron Brice. When a deadly virus breaks out in Manhattan, people start to turn into flesh-eating rats.

‘The Burrowers’ (2008) — Starring Clancy Brown, David Busse and William Mapother. A rescue party in the Wild West tries to track down a family that mysteriously disappeared without a trace.

‘Lake Mungo’ (2008) — Starring Rosie Traynor, David Pledger and Martin Sharpe. This supernatural drama traces the effects of grief.

‘The Descent: Part 2′ (2009) — Starring Shauna MacDonald, Michael J. Reynolds and Jessika Williams. The sole survivor of the previous film is dragged back to the cave system by a group of disbelieving cops to track down the bodies of her friends and look for survivors.

‘Abduction’ (2011) — Starring Taylor Lautner, Lily Collins and Alfred Molina. A young man finds his baby photo on a missing persons website and sets out to uncover the truth about his past.

‘The Thing’ (1982) — Starring Kurt Russell, Wilford Brimley and Keith David. Antarctic scientists unwittingly unleash a shape-shifting alien parasite who takes over the camp one man at a time.

‘The Two Jakes’ (1990) — Starring Jack Nicholson and Harvey Keitel. In this sequel to ‘Chinatown,’ private detective Jake Gittes investigates adultery, murder, and corruption in the oil business.

September 19

‘What’s the Worst That Could Happen?’ (2001) — Starring Martin Lawrence and Danny DeVito. When a rich man catches a thief burgling his home, he takes the thief’s lucky ring, engaging him in a war.

September 22

‘The Deep Blue Sea’ (2011) — Starring Rachel Weisz and Tom Hiddleston. A woman has an affair with a British air force pilot, and ends up leaving her husband for a man who can never love her the way she loves him.

September 25

‘Klown’ (2010) — Starring Casper Christensen and Frank Hvam. Based on the Danish television series of the same name, two friends — a nerdy type and a womanizer — take a kid along on a raunchy canoe trip to a music festival.

September 27

‘Headhunters’ (2011) — Starring Aksel Hennie, Synnove Macody Lund and Nikolaj Coster-Waldeau. A headhunter attempts to steal a valuable piece of art from a mercenary but gets way more than he bargained for.

September 29

‘A Good Old Fashioned Orgy’ (2011) — Starring Jason Sudeikis, Leslie Bibb and Tyler Labine. A group of friends who have known each other since high school decide to try and have an orgy together.

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