Welcome to your weekly roundup where we saw some of the best new movies to hit on Netflix last week. We have a lot going on to include some of the October 1st releases in our list of best movies for the week ending October 10th, 2021.
Please note: Availability will vary by country but all of these picks are available on Netflix in the United States at the time of publication.
Article: Drama, horror
Director: Julia Ducarnau
Cast: Gerans Marilier, Ella Rampoff, Rabah Nait Ufela
Author: Julia Ducarnau
Runtime: 99 minutes
We start with our top list Raw Which also went by name Grave At one stage of his life.
Seeing the horrors of French, a young woman who is studying to become a veterinarian but soon finds out that she has created a taste of human flesh.
It’s basically the equivalent of CW’s iZombie but way more annoying.
The movie is intense and extremely annoying and we are now in the Halloween season, we can’t think of a better movie to watch than this.
Article: Action, adventure, drama
Director: Ridley Scott
Cast: Russell Crowe, Joaquin Phoenix, Connie Nielsen
Author: David Franzoni, John Logan, William Nicholson
Runtime: 155 minutes
Ridley Scott is an obvious choice for our best movie list in the form of a movie to be released at the end of the millennium and win 5 Oscars.
While it was argued that the movie deserved to be as well-groomed in the end, you can’t deny that it’s still an exciting good film starring Russell Crowe as exiled military commander Maximus, who has to fight for his freedom.
Until death (2021)
Article: Horror, thriller
Director: SK Dale
Cast: Megan Fox, Ian McCain, Callan Mulvey
Author: Jason Carvey
Runtime: 88 minutes
Megan Fox sees this thrilling title as a couple going back to the remote cabin to revive their relationship. Other things come into play and Fox’s character gets stuck there.
The movie is a perfect Saturday night movie especially for Megan with some performances in all aspects.
Article: Documentary, biography
Director: Julie Cohen, Betty West
Cast: Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Ann Kitner, Harriet Helsell
Runtime: 98 minutes
On the documentary front, two really good documentaries were added to Netflix this week (the other being Ella Fitzgerald: Just one of things) But if we had to choose, we suggest you visit RBG First
Nominated for two Oscars, the 2018 documentary Ruth Badr documents Ginsberg’s groundbreaking career.
Dave Chappell: The Closer (2021)
Article: The present joke
Director: Stan Lathan
Cast: Dave Chappell
Runtime: 72 minutes
Now finally, we’re going to highlight Dave Chappell’s final Netflix stand-up special (at least from his big deal) where he tries to straighten the record. If you’ve been online this week, you’ll almost certainly realize that he certainly didn’t do it or at least didn’t do it in a way that the world could agree on.
Dave Chappell has perfected the art of storytelling that is displayed here. He has also perfected the art of attracting attention which will surely be displayed throughout this fun and thoughtful special.
What new movies are you watching on Netflix this week? Let us know in the comments below.