(PG-13) Tim Miller and David Fincher are the minds behind this twisted series of decidedly adult animated stories. Expect a wild ride with robots run amok, monsters made from garbage, hellish demons, and werewolf soldiers, among other oddities. Hits Netflix on 3/15/19.
One of Netflix’s underappreciated series returns for its second season. In the funny and thrilling The Dragon Prince, Rayla, Callum and Ezran continue their journey with their new friend in tow. But war is brewing with each passing day. Premieres 2/15/19.
Chiwetel Ejiofor stars and directs in this Netflix adaptation of William Kamkwamba’s eponymous memoir. As a teenager, William helped his family in Southeast Africa gain access to water and electricity by building a windmill out of junk parts. Premieres 3/1/19.
(Gore) Nightcrawler writer and director Dan Gilroy reunites with Jake Gyllenhaal for this Netflix horror film set in LA’s contemporary art scene. A dead man’s artworks are put up for sale, but it turns out they’re cursed. They come alive and murder those who purchased them.
(PG-13: Language) From the minds of Amy Poehler, Natasha Lyonne, and Leslye Headland comes a Netflix series about a woman who keeps experiencing the same night over and over again, resulting in her death every time. So she sets about trying to last longer and longer.
Struggling to make ends meet, five military veterans decide to rob one of the world’s most violent cartels. Netflix’s heist film intrigues us if only for its star-studded cast: Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac, Charlie Hunnam, Garrett Hedlund and Pedro Pascal. Premieres March 2019.
Actor and director Andy Serkis’ star-studded live action and darker adaptation of The Jungle Book finds a home on Netflix. Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle will be released in select theaters on 11/29/18 and will be released globally on Netflix on 12/7/18.
We still don’t know any of its plot points, but our latest look at Joel Coen & Ethan Coen’s film paints an even more colorful portrait of its characters, as six stories weave in and out of life in the wild West. Hits select theaters on 11/8/18, then Netflix on 11/16/18.
Sandra Bullock and John Malkovich stars in this post-apocalyptic thriller. Based on Josh Malerman’s eponymous 2014 novel, Bird Box sees a series of horrible events triggered by strange creatures. If you see them, your worst fears appear before you. Premieres 12/21/18.
Netflix’s excellent series about drug cartels leaves Columbia and heads South of the border in the 1980s. Diego Luna stars as the head of the powerful Guadalajara cartel, while Michael Peña plays a DEA agent assigned to investigate and take them down. Premieres 11/16/18.
One of the most popular shows on BBC One in 2018 is now coming to Netflix, Bodyguard is about a London police agent who gets assigned to the Home Secretary. Her political views conflict with his, but there’s barely time to think when he’s called to action. Premieres 10/24/18.
In 1992, then teenager Sandy Tan and her friends made what may have been the first indie film in Singapore. But their director made off with all the footage. They talk about the effect the film and its disappearance had on their life in this critically-acclaimed documentary.