Awesome September Lineup for Netflix

As usual the new month has brought a slew of new movies to watch on Netflix.

Two more ActionFest movies have made it to instant Netflix: Films of Fury: The Kung Fu Movie Movie (a clip show movie) and Haywire starring Gina Carano.

A bunch of new After Dark titles are on streaming: From Within, Lake Dead, Mulberry Street, Wicked Little Things, The Gravedancers, The Broken, Zombies of Mass Destruction, Unearthed, The Graves, The Reeds, and Lake Mungo.

Other horror is well-represented: The Mummy (1932), Ghost, The Thing (1982), Area 407, Dark Tide, Kill Theory, Butterfly Effect 3, The Lodger, The Descent part 2, The Burrowers, Catacombs, Soul Survivors, The Moth Diaries, The Omen (1976), Omen 3: The Final Conflict, Uninhabited, Dread, and The Final.

Not a lot of television but five series of the marvelous British mystery Cracker are now available as are nine seasons (complete run?) of Everybody Loves Raymond.

Animation gets Hey Arnold! The Movie, Beavis & Butthead Do America, Titan A.E., Dragons: Metal Ages, Dragons: Fire and Ice, and Team America: World Police (okay actually a puppet movie but what other category do I put it in?).

Action cuts loose with Highlander, The Musketeer, Abduction, Passenger 57, The Eiger Sanction, Money Train, Black Dog, We Were Soldiers, Face/Off, and Braveheart.

Classic choices include: The African Queen, Serpico, Dog Day Afternoon, The Conversation, Days of Heaven, The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid, The Bridge at Remagen, Network, and The Night of the Hunter.

If a laugh is what you are after, try these: Both Clue and Clueless, Soapdish, 9 to 5, Eddie Murphy: RAW, Analyze This, Rat Race, The First Wives Club, and Mean Girls. Please note: I don’t guarantee that any of these are funny.

Since I don’t have anything for you from direct-to-video king Nicolas Cage, how about one from runner-up Christian Slater, Dawn Rider?