New To Netflix: Docs and Monsters

Contributing Writer; Toronto, Canada (@triflic)
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And we're back with a fresh entry of New To Netflix. Contained in this edition of streaming premieres in various markets around the world are several classic documentaries, including one on the dwellers of an abandoned stretch of underground railway in New York in at the turn of the 21st century, another on a Brit neurosurgeon who does pro-bono work in Romania, and yet another on the cyber activist pseudo-organization Anonymous.  Then there is the Canadian mock-doc on a fictional school shooting, The Dirties, which streams to its local Canadian audience.  Woody Allen's classic Manhattan comes to UK, Gareth Edwards low-budget proto-Kaiju film (that got him the big Godzilla gig) streams in The Netherlands and a shocking Mexican possession flick comes to Netflix USA.  Onwards.

New In The USA: HERE COMES THE DEVIL

What is more disturbing? Your kids walking in on you and your spouse having sex, or you and your spouse walking in on your children having sex -with each other. Ostensibly a possession horror, but this Mexican film has far more morally reprehensible acts on its twisted little brain. The simple gesture of holding hands has never been so delectably icky.

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  • Michael

    A real shame about Marc Singer. I bought Dark Days on DVD many years ago and was expecting him to follow up on its success, but nothing since. It was a compelling subject and no doubt a challenging film to complete. Morgan Spurlock, in contrast, takes his first small film and turns it into a prolific career.

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