As usual Netflix had a slew of additions mid-month.
The biggest set seems to belong to stand-up comedy: Bill Burr: You People are All the Same, Craig Ferguson: A Wee Bit O’ Revolution, Margaret Cho: Beautiful, Aisha Tyler is Lit: Live at the Fillmore, Greg Behrendt: Is That Guy from That Thing, Steve Byrne: The Byrne Identity, Alex Reymundo: Red-Nexican, Donnell Rawlings: From Ashy to Classy and Colin Quinn: Long Story Short.
After complaining that Netflix had no quality or even mediocre shark movies for shark week, they brought out The Reef. It falls on the mediocre side of things but there you go. Other new horror-ish offerings include Super 8, Piranha, Snow Beast, and Chain Letter.
The rest of the movies are an odd lot: The Motorcycle Diaries, In the Land of Blood & Honey, Glengarry Glen Ross, In the Name of the King 2: Two Worlds, and one of the movies I missed at ActionFest, Badass.
While Netflix has yet to iron out their Prime Suspect snafu, there are plenty of other offerings from British television: Poldark, Lady Chatterley, Bramwell, Touching Evil, and more seasons (series) of Doc Martin.
And what would an update be without a new Nicolas Cage film: Seeking Justice is his latest direct-to-video offering.