New Releases on Netflix DVD: September 26th, 2018

Pictured: Billions, Occupation, Gotti

It’s been a quiet week on the Netflix DVD rental service as only a handful of recognisable titles have been added over the past 7 days. Here’s a look at the new DVD’s, Blu-rays and boxsets added to the service this week.

Let’s start with the movies. The first big title added this week is  John Travolta’s Gotti which landed in the cinemas back in June. The movie got absolutely destroyed by critics as it currently only holds a 25 rating on Metacritic. Nevertheless, the movie is still watchable and its low rating only has seemed to the benefit of the movie.

If you love over the top sci-fi movies, Occupation is absolutely for you. Written and directed by Luke Sparke, the movie follows a group of town residents who work together to repel a ground invasion. The movie is reminiscent of titles like Battle Earth and any other alien invasion movie with Syfy-esque effects.

On the boxset front, you’re now able to rent the latest seasons of Showtime’s Billions and the British series, Midsomer Murders.

New Blu-rays/DVDs Releases This Week

Movie Name Genre Distributor Rating Language
14 Cameras Thrillers Gravitas Ventures NR English
Any Bullet Will Do Action & Adventure Momentum Pictures NR English
Billy Boy Thrillers Gravitas Ventures NR English
Don’t Open Your Eyes Horror Screen Media Ventures NR English
Gotti Drama Lionsgate Films R English
Hot Summer Nights Drama Lionsgate Films R English
Izzy Gets the F*ck Across Town Comedy Shout! Factory NR English
Mountain Documentary N/A PG English
Occupation Sci-Fi & Fantasy Lionsgate Films R English
Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich Horror Rlj Entertainment NR English
Ramen Heads Documentary Kino On Video NR Japanese
The Row Horror Lionsgate Films R English
The Seagull Drama Sony Pictures Classics PG-13 English
Uncle Drew Comedy Lionsgate Films PG-13 English

New TV Boxset Releases

Title Name Distributor Rating
Billions: Season 3 SHOWTIME TV-MA
Midsomer Murders: Series 20 Acorn Media TV-14

We’ll be back on Friday with a look at what’s coming to Netflix DVD in October 2018!