We all know what Netflix is, but we never know what to watch. Without a great way to keep track of all the new titles available to watch instantly it’s pretty easy to overlook something awesome. But have no fear - Panels On Pages is here to keep you up to date on the coolest options New on Netflix.
Can you believe it’s practically the middle of March? Man, good think I’m not planning a wedding, or I’d be sweating. I mean, April is almost here, and that month is super short. Phew boy. That would suck. Luckily, I have plenty of time to sit around and watch all of these new offerings from Netflix, since the last time we spoke.
Biebermania! - It’s here you guys! Biebermania is here! Hope you got your shots.
The Raven - Hey, remember that time John Cusack solved mysteries as Edgar Allen Poe?
Atlantis: The Lost Empire - Requisite mention of a Disney movie.
Jay and Silent Bob Go Down Under - This one is much better than the one they made when rent was due, Jay and Silent Bob Go Down On Strangers.
Nature Calls - I like you, Patton Oswalt, but I’m not sure about this.
Friends with Kids - Take a shot every time a baby pukes on someone.
Hustle & Flow - For an improved viewing, pretend this is a documentary about Kerouac.
American Loser - For an improved viewing, pretend this is a documentary about Kerouac.
Big Fish - Sing it with me now…I like Big Fish and I cannot lie.
Pretty in Pink - Featuring Molly Ringwald before The Secret Life of the American Teenager made her famous.
30 for 30: Broke - I’ve heard great things about this one, even though it’s about sports.
Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning - This is still a thing, huh? Weird.
Futurama – A new season!
Bunk – A comedy game show where people compete in strange challenges for prizes? I’M IN.
Comedy Bang! Bang! – Just like the Scott Aukerman podcast, except on your TV! With pictures!
Dallas (2012) – Just in case there’s SOMEONE out there who wants to watch this show.
Aziz Ansari: Dangerously Delicious – Aziz Ansari, you are a tiny little man and I’d like to gently hug you.
Louis C.K.: Live at the Beacon Theater – Louis C.K., you appear to be very, very sweaty. I would not like to hug you.
Thou Shalt Laugh – Christian stand-up comedy?!?! I can’t wait to hear their version of The Aristocrats.
Thou Shalt Laugh 2: The Deuce – IT’S THE DEUCE!
Fat Man Little Boy – Kevin Heffernan & Steve Lemme drink beers and tell jokes.
Brian Posehn: The Fartist – Tune in to his newest special Brian Posehn: Fartgo F*$% Yourself.
Creep Van – “While working at a car wash, Campbell buys a beat-up 1970s van. Little does he know that it’s the Creep Van, whose mysterious owner has been torturing and killing victims with a host of elaborate booby traps.” – What? Like, seriously, what?
First Winter – “A group of young Brooklynites moves into a rural farmhouse together, filling their days with sex, art and yoga until a blizzard knocks out the power. As food runs low and tensions run high, they begin to give in to their baser instincts.” Sex, art, and yoga is how Lee describes his plans for the weekend.
Hiding Out – “Scheduled to testify against the mob, young stockbroker Andrew Morenski is forced to go on the run when assassins murder an FBI agent protecting him. To stay incognito, Andrew poses as a suburban high schooler — and is soon smitten with a cute teen.” — So, a grown adult goes back to high school and gets a crush on a teenager? I’m sure this isn’t creepy at all.
The Awful Dr. Orlof – “In this classic horror flick, Dr. Orlof, a former prison surgeon, scours the seedy city underground looking for beautiful women so he can steal their skin and repair his daughter’s scarred face.” – Maybe if he asked them nicely they would have just given him their skin. Manners, Dr. Orlof, manners.
Devil’s Kiss - “On a quest to avenge her husband’s death, raven-haired psychic Claire Grandier — once a well-heeled countess — joins forces with a telepathic professor, a chrome-domed zombie and Satan himself.” – Stop me if you’ve heard this one. A psychic, a telepath, a zombie, and Satan walk into a bar…
There you have it PoP!ulation. Spread the word. Tell your friends. And stay up to date on all the releases that happen between now and next month by following our thread in the forums or by following the #Newflix hashtag on Twitter – you’ll get a head start on watching all the newest releases. Happy viewing!
A quick disclaimer – as some of these titles have just been released this morning, they may not be truly available to watch instantly until later in the day. Or maybe tomorrow. But they’ll be there. And when they’re there, you should watch them.