New Netflix Streaming Movies and Television Shows of 2015
Ever since Netflix stopped letting people know what’s been subtracted from their Instant streaming lineup, it’s been a little difficult to keep track of what’s coming and going in their library.
So the purpose of this post – which will be continually updated on this site as new movies and television shows are added to the Netflix Instant streaming lineup – is to keep you, the dedicated Netflix Instant streamer, apprised of what new additions should be watched immediately, or should go on your queue but not be considered a top viewing priority.
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Best New Netflix Instant Streaming Videos (April 2015 Update)
New to Netflix (April 2015)
As we mentioned above, lots of great new stuff to talk about on Netflix Instant in March 2015, particularly in the originals department so let’s get right to it.
Louie : Season Four – Louis CK, the patron saint of philosophical slouches, is back. Television’s most ambitious sitcom took the form to unexpected places in its fourth season, including a multi-episode arc that could basically serve as a movie if presented in full form. As ever, CK’s uniquely bleak brand of absurd humor is the steadying force that anchors this groundbreaking show.
The Babadook (April 14) – Artful horror is a rare thing that must be cherished whenever it comes along, so dig in to The Babadook, a monster story of surprising gravitas. A mother (Essie Davis, in an earth-shakingly visceral performance) and child struggle to keep their sanity and stay alive when a figure from a spooky children’s book takes terrifyingly real shape in their home. Not to be missed.
Goodbye to Language (April 14) – The restless genius of Jean-Luc Godard is ever on display in Goodbye to Language, a beautiful examination and deconstruction of the language of film from a man who has made spent a lifetime making a distinct impact on the medium.
Hot Fuzz (April 16) – The middle movie of writer/director Edgar Wright and stars Simon Pegg and Nick Frost’s “Cornetto Trilogy” is works perfectly well as both action movie satire and straight up action movie. Much of that can be chalked up to Pegg and Frost’s endlessly charming chemistry, but just as much credit should go to Wright, a genre-splicer of the highest order.
They Came Together (April 17) – Too few people saw this wildly absurd satire of rom-coms, despite its unbeatable pedigree – a script from Wet Hot American Summer- writers Michael Showalter & David Wain, direction from Wain, a comedic dream team of a cast including Paul Rudd, Amy Poehler, Bill Hader, Ellie Kemper, Christopher Meloni – but you can change that come mid-April.
Other Great Streaming Movies & TV Shows
Since other streaming sites are stepping up their games to compete with Netflix Instant, we thought we’d highlight some of their best options. Everything you’ll see in this section is available from Amazon Prime Instant.
Mommie Dearest – If you’ve heard someone quote the line, “NO WIRE HANGERS, EVER!” and wondered where it came from, then it’s time you watched Mommie Dearest. Joan Crawford is brought to surreal, maniacal life by Faye Dunaway in this camp classic, which is every bit as hysterical (in every sense of the word) as you’ve heard.
Bloody Sunday – The infamous 1972 Irish-civil-rights-march-turned-massacre is brought to sickeningly visceral life by Paul Greengrass. Suffice to say, this is not light-hearted, Sunday afternoon streaming material, but if you can stomach the all-too-realistic violence, you’ll be glad you watched this stunning, powerful film.
Groundhog Day (April 2) – As close to perfect as movies get, Groundhog Day is a (semi) modern classic, telling the story of an unctuous weatherman who keeps reliving the same day over and over again until he learns how to be a better person. Maybe the best work of Bill Murray and Harold Ramis’ careers, and that’s saying something.
Tusk (April 2) – Does a half-walrus-half-man mutant creature hold any appeal for you? What is we told you that very creature comes from Tusk, a movie basically hatched during Kevin Smith’s podcast and Kickstarted to life by his fans? Sounds like something worth a late night stream to us.
Adaptation (April 2) – Writers don’t come much more ambitious than Charlie Kaufman, and the hyper-inventive director Spike Jonze is an all but perfect match for him. Who but those two could adapt Susan Orlean’s The Orchid Thief by making the protagonist Charlie Kaufman himself (as played by Nicolas Cage), and make it hilarious, sad, and thrilling in equal measure? Sounds ridiculous, yes? Somehow, it works.