New Releases On Netflix Streaming In December 2014

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Netflix adds and removes hundreds of movies and shows from it's massive streaming library each month.

It can be difficult to keep up with what's worth watching and what you should pass on.

Let's face it, Netflix is a good value for entertainment but you also have to wade through a lot of garbage sometimes to find something truly worth watching.

This article will attempt to clear away some of the clutter to provide suggestions on movies and shows that you may find interesting.

Netflix keeps a tight reign on releasing information regarding what they will be adding to their library. This secrecy is likely to prevent their competition, Amazon Prime and Hulu from out bidding them for the licensing rights.

Netflix adds new material weekly to their library. This site will be updated accordingly as new material is added so check back often for the newest releases.

Friday the 13th Marathon Anyone?

Netflix will be flooding it's archives with several of the Friday the 13th Movies in December.

The Friday the 13th franchise is one of the most successful entertainment enterprises ever.

Jason's hockey mask is one of the most recognizable image in popular culture.

The 12 Friday the 13th films have a box office haul of over $465 million dollars worldwide.

Check out a couple of these slasher films this month on Netflix streaming.

 
Movies
 
 
The Other Sister
 
 
2 Days in the Valley
 
 
007: A View to a Kill
 
 
Aios Sabata
 
 
Apocalypse Now
 
 
Black Rain
 
 
Dracula II: Ascension
 
 
007: For Your Eyes Only
 
 
Friday the 13th
 
 
Friday the 13th: Part 2
 
 
Friday the 13th: Part 3
 
 
Friday the 13: The Final Chapter
 
 
Friday the 13th: A New Begining
 
 
Friday the 13th: Jason Lives
 
 
Friday the 13th: Jason takes Manhattan
 
 
From Russia With Love
 
 
G.I. Jane
 
 
007: Goldfinger
 
 
Hammett
 
 
Last Night
 
 
007: Live and Let Die
 
 
Necessary Roughness
 
 
Never Say Never Again
 
 
One From the Heart
 
 
Outside Providence
 
 
Runaway Train
 
 
Seven Years in Tibet
 
 
Stomp Yard
 
 
Tetro
 
 
The Dentist
 
 
The Escape Artist
 
 
The Hustler
 
 
The Living Daylights
 
 
The Omen
 
 
Thief
 
 
Waking Up in Reno
 
 
You Only Live Twice
 
 
Across the Universe
 
 
Aeon Flux
 
 
A Knight's Tale
 
 
Almost Famous
 
 
American Beauty
 
 
Knights of Badassdom
 
 
Anchorman 2
 
 
Oculus
 
 
Sharknado 2
 
 
Son of God
 
 
I Am Ali
 
 
The Village
 
 
The Wolf of Wallstreet
 
 
The Trip to Italy
 
 
Child of God
 
 
Behaving Badly
 
 
I, Frankenstein
 
 
Last Weekend
 

Quidditch Anyone?

Yes it actually exists, the fictional sport of Quidditch featured in the Harry Potter series is now a real thing.

In the documentary, Mudbloods you can follow the underdog UCLA Quidditch team as they attempt to win the World Cup of Quidditch.

If UCLA is the underdogs, whom are the favorites you might ask? You'll have to watch Mudbloods to find out!

American Horror Story: The Coven

The Coven is seen by many to be the best in the series of American Horror Story.

The Coven takes place in New Orleans and is about a school for witches that exists within the city.

Jessica Lange does a smash up job as the Supreme Witch who oversees the school with an Iron fist.

American Horror Story, The Coven will be available to stream on Netflix by December 6th.

Anchorman 2: Available December 6th

You May Have Missed

Happy Valley is one of the better shows that's been released on Netflix this year.

Happy Valley is a British crime procedural but is far and above anything currently offered in the United States.

Happy Valley follows a Police detective as she tries to solve a kidnapping while at the same time dealing with the emotional loss of her own daughter who was murdered. Further compounding the problem is that her daughter's murderer has recently been released from prison and moved back home.



The Wolf of Wall Street: Available 12/11/14

Necessary Roughness

Marco Polo Available 12/15/14

What Is Your Favorite Netflix Original?

  • House of Cards
  • Orange is the New Black
  • Derek
  • Lillyhammer
  • Hemlock Grove
  • Arrested Development (Final Season)
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Netflix Originals

Some of the best shows on Netflix are the one's they have produced themselves. Not only are these shows the best Netflix has to offer but they're some of the best shows anywhere.

Netflix's stable of shows include House of Cards, Orange is the New Black and Derek.

Netflix will also be releasing the drama, Marco Polo and if the trailer is any indication it should be another hit for the streaming giant.

Netflix continues it's model of dumping massive amounts of capital into developing their own high quality shows that have "must see" value. Netflix set out to overtake HBO as the producer of shows that everyone was talking about at the watercooler. While HBO is still he leader with their hit Game of Thrones, Netflix is quickly closing the gap and continues to add new and innovative shows to their line up.

It's arguable that having access to Netflix originals alone is worth the price of the $10 monthly subscription.

Season 3 of Lillyhammer is currently available to stream. Though Lillyhammer does not get the same buzz as House of Cards and Orange is the New Black, it's a well produced Netflix show. Lillyhammer is about a mafia hard case who gets put into the witness protection program. At his request he is moved to Lillyhammer where his brash Brooklyn demeanor clashes with the locals.

The Trip to Italy: Available 12/23/14

Amazon Prime

In addition to Netflix streaming, you should also consider a subscription to Amazon Prime who is also adding some very good original shows to their line up.

One such show is Alpha House starring John Goodman as a North Carolina Senator who shares a home with two other Senators while in Washington D.C. Oddly enough the show is loosely based on actual events as there is a group of Senators that share a home in D.C.

Alpha House recently released it's second season on Amazon Prime. John Goodman plays a blow hard Senator to perfection. Alpha House is the comedy version of Netflix's House of Cards.

If you don't have an amazon Prime subscription you can watch Alpha House for free by sighing up for their 30 day trial offer. Amazon Prime Trial Offer.

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