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8 New Movies We Can't Wait To Watch On Netflix This September

We're so ready for a new Holmes sibling, zombies, and romance!
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I don't know about you, but every time I feel like I'm about to finish my Netflix must-watch list, the streaming site (ILY Netflix) releases mooore movies and series that seem to be made just for me! I'm definitely not complaining though. Here, eight films that are perfect for your solo binge-watching nights or Netflix parties this September:  

1. Freaks–You're One of Us (September 2) 

A working mom named Wendy from Germany discovers that she has superpowers, but they seem to be more of a curse than a blessing. She joins forces with two others like her "to better the world." 

2. Love, Guaranteed (September 3) 

This one's for all the rom-com lovers out there! We can't wait to see the chemistry between Rachael Leigh Cook and Damon Wayans Jr. An overworked lawyer agrees to help a client sue a dating site that guarantees its users will find love. Imagine, he's been on almost 1,000 dates but he still hasn't found a *good match*. She, on the other hand, has never tried a dating app. 

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3. I'm Thinking Of Ending Things (September 4) 

Written and directed by Charlie Kaufman, who created Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind, this film tells the story of a woman who starts having second thoughts about her relationship when she takes a road trip with her boyfriend to his family's farm. She begins to question "the nature of everything she knew or understood about her boyfriend, herself, and the world."

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4. #Alive (September 8)

Yup, the hit Korean zombie movie is coming to Netflix! In #Alive, two survivors try to stay sane as a virus that turns people into fIesh-eating monsters wander around the city. Have you ever imagined what it'd be like to be locked inside an apartment for weeks with little to no food? This film will answer all your Qs.  

5. The Babysitter: Killer Queen (September 10) 

This movie is actually a sequel to the 2017 *slasher* film The Babysitter. Netflix tells us that two years after Cole's "night from hell," he's living another nightmare: high school. The demon cult is out to get him, and it seems like his babysitter  is back, too! 

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6. The Paramedic (September 16) 

The thriller film's Netflix description reads: "Ángel works as a paramedic on emergency services on an ambulance. After suffering a terrible accident, his life alongside Vane begins to crumble. Obsessed with the idea that she's being unfaithful, he will turn his life into a living hell from which it’ll be difficult to escape."

7. The Devil All The Time (September 16) 

Netflix tells us that in this movie, sinister characters—an unholy preacher, a twisted couple, and a crooked sheriff—converge around young Arvin Russell as he fights the evil forces that threaten him and his family. This star-studded project features Robert Pattinson, Tom HollandSebastian Stan, Jason Clarke, and Riley Keough.

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8. Enola Holmes (September 23) 

Meet Enola, Sherlock Holmes' *wild* younger sister. When her mother goes missing, Enola asks her brothers for help but eventually realizes she must do it alone. She "unravels a dangerous conspiracy" and even meets a mysterious—and charming—young Lord. Fun fact: Millie Bobby Brown even co-produced the movie

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