July 1

  • A Call to Spy (2020) – Biopic from Lydia Dean Pilcher on Vera Atkins, a spy recruiter for Churchill’s secret army.
  • Big Daddy (1999) – Adam Sandler movie that features not one but both of the Sprouse twins.
  • Blue Jasmine (2013) – Woody Allen writes and directs this movie about a New York socialite headed to San Francisco.
  • Boogie Nights (1997) – An all-star cast comes together in this drama about a hot young talent being discovered.
  • Catch Me If You Can (2002) – Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hanks star in this Steven Spielberg movie about an FBI agent tracking down a con artist.
  • Contraband (2012) – Mark Wahlberg stars in this action crime drama about a former smuggler headed to Panama for a big score.
  • Deliverance (1972) – Classic thriller from director John Boorman.
  • Falls Around Her (2018) – Canadian thriller about a successful singer who leaves everything behind to return to her reservation to live alone.
  • Final Score (2018) – Dave Bautista and Pierce Brosnan star in this action movie about what happens when a football stadium is seized by criminals.
  • GoodFellas (1990) – Martin Scorsese classic starring Robert De Niro and Ray Liotta.
  • I Am Legend (2007) – Will Smith stars in this sci-fi movie adapted from Richard Matheson’s book that is set in a world where a plague has killed most of reality.
  • Insidious (2010) – James Wan directs this horror movie about a family looking to help their boy who seems to be possessed by evil spirits.
  • John Carpenter’s Vampires (1998) – Horror thriller starring James Wood and Daniel Baldwin. About a vampire slayer.
  • LOL (2012) – Miley Cyrus and Demi Moore headline this rom-com from a decade ago.
  • Mean Girls (2004) – Cult comedy starring Lindsay Lohan.
  • Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous (2005) – Sandra Bullock stars in this action-comedy flick.
  • Natural Born Killers (1994) – Woody Harrelson spoof movie about the Knox’s who embarks on a killing spree.
  • Old School (2003) – Comedy from Todd Phillips starring Will Ferrell, Vince Vaughn, and Luke Wilson about three guys in their thirties hoping to relive their college glory days.
  • Police Academy (1984) – The first and only watchable Police Academy movie from Warner Bros.
  • Semi-Pro (2008) – Comedy starring Will Ferrell about a man who rallies his teammates to become NBA stars.
  • Seven 
  • Snatch (2000) – Guy Ritchie’s excellent comedy crime movie starring Jason Statham and Brad Pitt (turn your subtitles on).
  • Stranger Things (Season 4 – Volume 2) N – The final two episodes of the fourth season of Stranger Things with Eleven going toe-to-toe with Vecna
  • The Dark Knight Rises (2012) – The third entry in the Christopher Nolan Batman movies.
  • The Dirty Dozen (1967) – War classic from Robert Aldrich.
  • The Pursuit of Happyness (2006) – Will Smith and his son Jaden Smith star in this biopic on a struggling salesman hoping to make it big.
  • The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999) – Matt Damon stars in this crime thriller set in the 1950s.
  • The Terminal (2004) – Tom Hanks wanders around an airport for over 2 hours.
  • Wild Card (2015) – Jason Statham’s action movie about a freelance tough guy with a gambling habit unwittingly stirs the wrath of a pitiless mob boss.
  • Wyatt Earp (1994) – Western starring Kevin Costner.
  • Zero Dark Thirty (2012) – Historical thriller about the decade-long hunt for Osama bin Laden.

July 2

  • Operation Romeo (2022) – New Indian SVOD premiere about a young couple’s romantic evening turning into a night of terror.

July 3

  • Blair Witch (2016) – Lionsgate horror movie rebooting the 1999 movie. About a group of friends heading to the forest believed to be inhabited by the Blair Witch.
  • Oh My Baby (Season 1) – Korean rom-com series.
  • The Art of Incarnation (2021) – Documentary that explores how art and culture can empower Australia’s First Nations people to transcend their unjust cycles of imprisonment.

July 4

  • Leave No Trace (2018) – Thomasin McKenzie and Ben Foster star in this drama about a father and daughter living in a Forest Park living completely off-grid.

July 5

  • Attack on Pearl Harbor: Minute by Minute (Season 1) – Documentary series on the events that change the course of WW2.
  • The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch (Season 1) – Reality series that sees an team of experts researching a site notorious for paranormal activity and UFOs.

July 6

  • Control Z (Season 3 – Final Season) N – Spanish-language teen drama series.
  • Fast & Feel Love (2022) – Thai action-comedy.
  • Girl in the Picture (2022) N – Mystery true-crime documentary.
  • Hello, Goodbye, and Everything In Between (2022) N – From Ace Entertainment comes this new rom-com starring Julia Benson, Jennifer Robertson, and Jordan Fisher.
  • King of Stonks (Season 1) N – German drama series based on a CEO of a huge FinTech company but things are not going as swimmingly as their outward image projects.
  • Uncle from Another World (Season 1) N – Japanese anime series about a man waking up after a 17-year coma and having magical powers.

July 7

  • The Flash (Season 8) – The latest season of The CW’s DC series.
  • Karma’s World (Season 3) N – Kids animated series from producer Ludacris.
  • Vinland Saga (Season 1) – The first season of the adventure anime series from Wit Studio directed by Shūhei Yabuta.

July 8

  • Boo, Bitch (Limited Series) N – Limited series starring Lana Condor who plays a high-school senior who finds out she’s a ghost.
  • Capitani (Season 2) N – Luxembourgian crime drama returns for a second season.
  • Dangerous Liaisons (2022) N – French romantic drama about a young girl falling for a bad boy find out she’s part of a bet.
  • How to Build a Sex Room (Season 1) N – Docu-reality series.
  • Incantatation (2022) N – Taiwanese mockumentary.
  • Jewel (2022) N – South African film about a photographer finding herself falling for some of her subjects.
  • Ranveer Vs Wild with Bear Grylls (2022) N – A new Bear Brylls interactive special featuring Ranveer Singh.
  • Ride on Time (Season 4) – Japanese music docuseries.
  • The Longest Night (Limited Series) N – Spanish-language crime drama series. About a psychiatric prison where a group of armed men aims to capture an incarcerated serial killer.
  • The Sea Beast (2022) N – From the co-director of Disney’s Moana comes a new animated epic about a young girl who gets stowed away on the boat where the crew are legendary monster hunters.

July 9

  • Hurdang (2022) – Indian SVOD debut set in the 1990s and follows what happens when a boy is swept up in local politics.

July 10

  • 12 Strong (2018) – Historical drama about a special forces team deployed to Afghanistan following the 2001 attacks. Stars Chris Hemsworth.

July 11

  • For Jojo (2022) N – German-language romantic drama.
  • Team Zenko Go (Season 2) N – Kids animated series.
  • Valley of the Dead (2022) N – Spanish movie set during the Spanish civil war about a group of sworn enemies working together to fight flesh-eating zombies.

July 12

  • Bill Burr: Live at Red Rocks (2022) N – Burr’s new Netflix stand-up special.
  • How to Change Your Mind (Season 1) N – Michael Pollan presents this docuseries that looks into psychedelics.
  • My Daughter’s Killer (2022) N – French documentary about a father fighting for decade to bring his daughter’s killer to justice.

July 13

  • Big Timber (Season 2) N – HISTORY channel’s reality series about lumberjacks returns after a two-year wait.
  • CHiPS (2017) – Michael Pena and Dax Sheperd star in this buddy-cop feature film from Warner Bros. Pictures.
  • D. B. Cooper: Where Are You (Season 1) N – Documentary true-crime series about the infamous skyjacker who parachuted into obscurity several decades ago with buckets of cash.
  • Hurts Like Hell (Season 1) N – Thai series about the seedy underworld behind the once-revered sport of Muay Thai in this drama inspired by real events.
  • Never Stop Dreaming: The Life and Legacy of Shimon Peres (2022) N – Documentary about the politician Shimon Peres.
  • Sintonia (Season 3 – Final Season) N – Portuguese crime teen drama.
  • Under the Amalfi Sun (2022) N – Italian romance movie.

July 14

  • Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight (Season 1) N – Jack Black is back to voice in this new Kung Fu Panda series from DreamWorks Animation.
  • Resident Evil (Season 1) N – One of the biggest video game horror franchises in history is getting adapted in this new series led by Supernatural’s Andrew Dabb.

July 15

  • Alba (Season 1) N – Spanish romance series about a rape victim’s battle to know whether or not to bring forward the evidence to authorities.
  • Country Queen (Season 1) N – Kenyan series about a successful career woman returning home to find that it’s threatened by a mining company.
  • Farzar (2022) N – A new adult-animated series from the creators of Brickleberry and Paradise PD.
  • Love Goals (Jaadugar) (2022) N – Indian romantic-comedy movie directed by Sameer Saxena.
  • Mom, Don’t Do That! (2022) N – Taiwanese series about a 60-year-old woman looking for love.
  • Pan (2015) – Hugh Jackman stars in this Warner Bros movie adaptation of the classic Peter Pan tale.
  • Persuasion (2022) N – Carrie Cracknell directs this new period drama movie based on the Jane Austen novel and stars Dakota Johnson in the lead role.
  • Remarriage & Desires (Season 1) N – Korean romantic series. Starring Kim Hee-seon, Lee Hyun-wook, and Jung Eugene.
  • Uncharted (2022) – Tom Holland plays the video game character of Nathan Drake in this action-adventure movie.

July 16

  • Umma (2022) – From Sony Pictures Releasing, this new horror starring Sandra Oh lands on Netflix as an SVOD debut.

July 18

  • Live is Life (2022) N – Five boys faced with the realities of adulthood unite for a final adventure: hunting down a magical flower that will make their wishes come true.
  • My Little Pony: A New Generation: Sing-Along (2021) N – A sing-along version of the 2021 animated movie that arrived exclusively on Netflix.
  • StoryBots: Laugh, Learn, Sing (Collection 2 – Learn to Read) N – Netflix family animated series.
  • Too Old for Fairy Tales (2022) N – Polish movie about a gamer wanting to compete in a tournament but family issues prevents him.

July 19

  • David A. Arnold: It Ain’t For the Weak (2022) N – Stand-up special.

July 20

  • Bad Exorcist (Seasons 1-2) N – Polish series that follows demon hunter Bogdan Boner.
  • Virgin River (Season 4) N – The latest season of Netflix’s romantic drama series about Jack and Mel living in a small-town.

July 21

  • Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous (Season 5 – Final Season) N – The final season of the animated series based on the Jurassic Park franchise from DreamWorks Animation.

July 22

  • Blown Away (Season 3) N – Competition reality series returns.
  • My Village People (2021) – Nollywood movie about a selfish womanizer finding himself under hot water after attracting the attention of a coven of witches.
  • ONE PIECE (New Seasons) – Even more seasons of the hit anime series.
  • The Gray Man (2022) N – Netflix’s biggest movie in history arrives on July 22nd and brings together an all-star cast in this action thriller. Stars Ryan Gosling, Chris Evans, Ana de Armas, Jessica Henwick, and Regé-Jean Page.

July 25

  • Gabby’s Dollhouse (Season 5) N – Kids animated series.

July 26

  • August: Osage County (2013) – Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts star in this comedy-drama focusing on the women of the Weston family.
  • DI4RIES (Season 1) N – Italian high school drama series.
  • Shania Twain: Not Just A Girl (2022) – Documentary on the singer.
  • Street Food: USA (Season 1) N – An all new season of Street Food but this time, they’re traveling the US.

July 27

  • Car Masters: Rust to Riches (Season 4) N – Docu-reality series following Shawn who continues to fix up bangers into desirable machinery.
  • Dream Home Makeover (Season 3) N – Reality series where Shea and Syd transform houses.
  • The Most Hated Man on the Internet (2022) N – Documentary that chronicles a mother’s crusade against a self-proclaimed “professional life ruiner” who found fame by creating a notorious ‘revenge porn’ hub.
  • Pipa (2022) N – Argentinian drama movie.
  • Rebelde (Season 2) N – Second season of the teen-musical series that first debuted earlier this year.

July 28

  • A Cut Above (2022) N – Brazillian film about a man discovering his talents while saving his mother’s salon.
  • Another Self (Season 1) N – Turkish series.
  • Keep Breathing (Limited Series) N – When a small plane crashes in the middle of the Canadian wilderness, a lone woman must battle the elements — and her personal demons— to survive. Starring Melissa Barrera.
  • Oggy and the Cockroaches: Next Generation (Season 1) N – French animated kids series

July 29

  • Case Closed: Zero’s Tea Time (Season 1) N – Anime series.
  • Detective Conan: Zero’s Tea Time (Season 1) N – First season of the crime anime series directed by Tomochi Kosaka.
  • Fanático (Season 1) N – The story of Quimera, Spain’s greatest musical idol who dies in front of his fans during a concert.
  • Purple Hearts (2022) N – An aspiring musician finds true love with a soldier through an unexpected way.
  • Rebel Cheer Squad: A Get Even Series (Season 1) N – Netflix family series.
  • The Beauty Queen of Jerusalem (Season 2) N – Israeli series.
  • The Entitled (2022) N – Philippino movie.
  • Uncoupled (Season 1) N – Neil Patrick Harris headlines this new comedy series.

July 31

  • The Wretched (2019) – Brett and Drew T. Pierce direct this horror movie about a teenage boy facing off against a thousand-year-old witch.




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