Here’s What You’re About To See On Netflix

As you know, content comes and goes on Netflix. Each week, we’re bringing you a list of titles that you’ll be able to stream in the U.S. in the coming days. If you were expecting to see American H...
Here’s What You’re About To See On Netflix
Written by Chris Crum
  • As you know, content comes and goes on Netflix. Each week, we’re bringing you a list of titles that you’ll be able to stream in the U.S. in the coming days.

    If you were expecting to see American Horror Story: Season 2 on this list, you weren’t alone, but rest assured, it will be available in the coming weeks.

    Available on 11/29:

    What Not To Wear: Season 10

    Fashion disasters should be handled by the professionals. Enter style experts Stacy London and Clinton Kelly, who pledge to rescue the frumpy and dumpy, the mismatched and ill-flattered, and give them a life-changing fashion makeover.

    Available on 11/30:

    Glee: Season 4

    Amid relationship woes and personal attacks from wonderfully wicked cheerleading coach Sue Sylvester, idealistic teacher Will Schuester fights to turn the underdog members of McKinley High’s Glee Club into confident winners.

    Available on 12/1:

    Beach Blanket Bingo (1965)

    Frankie Avalon, Annette Funicello, Deborah Walley, Harvey Lembeck, John Ashley, Jody McCrea, Donna Loren, Linda Evans, Timothy Carey, Don Rickles

    In this fifth installment of the “Beach” franchise, Bonehead (Jody McCrea) falls for a mermaid (Marta Kristen), and dimwitted biker Eric Von Zipper (Harvey Lembeck) and his gang terrorize the seaside crowd. Meanwhile, Frankie (Frankie Avalon) and Dee Dee (Annette Funicello) break up and make up as they skydive, surf and sing. Costars Paul Lynde, Don Rickles and Buster Keaton add to the merriment. Widely considered the best film of the series.

    Big Boys Gone Bananas!

    This fascinating documentary follows the battle between a couple of Swedish filmmakers and the Dole Food Company, which conducted a legal and publicity campaign against them to prevent the showing of their film about a lawsuit against the company.

    Black Sunday (1977)

    Robert Shaw, Bruce Dern, Marthe Keller, Fritz Weaver, Steven Keats, Bekim Fehmiu, Michael V. Gazzo, William Daniels, Walter Gotell, Victor Campos, Joseph Robbie

    America’s Super Bowl comes under terrorist fire when a band of renegade Arabs hatches a plot involving a Goodyear blimp manned by a Vietnam vet. Now, it’s up to a Mossad agent working with the FBI to stop them.

    Resident Evil: Apocalypse (2004)

    Milla Jovovich, Sienna Guillory, Eric Mabius, Oded Fehr, Thomas Kretschmann, Jared Harris, Sandrine Holt, Mike Epps, Zack Ward, Matthew G. Taylor

    A virus is attacking the residents of Raccoon City, turning them into the undead. With the help of her colleague, Alice sets out to uncover the truth, even as she fends off an experimental weapon.

    My Boss’s Daughter (2003)

    Ashton Kutcher, Tara Reid, Jeffrey Tambor, Andy Richter, Terence Stamp, Molly Shannon, Michael Madsen, Jon Abrahams, David Koechner, Carmen Electra

    Tom eagerly agrees to house-sit for his demanding boss, hoping to use it as an opportunity to win the heart of the boss’s daughter, Lisa. But a string of unannounced guests — including Lisa’s druggie brother — threatens to foil Tom’s plans.

    Once Bitten (1985)

    Lauren Hutton, Jim Carrey, Karen Kopins, Cleavon Little, Thomas Ballatore

    An inexperienced teenager is tempted by a glamorous vampiress who must sleep with three virgins a year to stay maintain her beauty. Once the young man gives in, he starts exhibiting strange behavior that worries his chaste girlfriend.

    The Haunting (1999)

    Liam Neeson, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Owen Wilson, Lili Taylor, Bruce Dern, Marian Seldes, Alix Koromzay, Todd Field, Virginia Madsen, Michael Cavanaugh

    A professor invites three insomniacs to take part in a sleep disorder study at an eerie, isolated mansion. The unfortunate guests soon discover that their host is far more interested in the sinister mansion itself and the true nature of its horror.

    Bandits (2001)

    Bruce Willis, Billy Bob Thornton, Cate Blanchett, Troy Garity, Brian F. O’Byrne, Stacey Travis, Bobby Slayton, January Jones, Azura Skye, Peggy Miley

    Two bank robbers battle over the affections of a housewife they kidnapped before one of their big heists in this quirky love story. Gaining notoriety as the “Sleepover Bandits,” the partners force a reality TV host to cover their 15 minutes of fame

    Available on 12/5:

    Lovelace (2013)

    Amanda Seyfried, Peter Sarsgaard, Chris Noth, Hank Azaria, Bobby Cannavale, Sharon Stone, Robert Patrick, Adam Brody, Juno Temple, James Franco, Eric Roberts

    Amanda Seyfried stars as adult film icon Linda Lovelace, a woman coerced into and abused by the porn industry before taking charge of her life. The supporting cast includes all manner of Hollywood A-listers stepping into meaty roles.

    Holes (2003)

    Sigourney Weaver, Jon Voight, Tim Blake Nelson, Shia LaBeouf, Khleo Thomas, Patricia Arquette, Jake M. Smith, Byron Cotton, Brenden Jefferson, Miguel Castro

    Falsely accused of stealing sneakers, a nerdy teenager is sent to a detention camp, where he and the other delinquents are forced by the sadistic warden to dig holes as a character-building exercise. But what’s the real reason for all the digging?

    See more recently added titles here.

    Image: Once Bitten (YouTube)

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