Best New Movies on Netflix This Week: July 26th, 2019

Inglourious Basterds is now available to stream on Netflix

It’s been another busy week on Netflix with plenty of new additions. We’re here to talk about the best of the latest movies added to Netflix this past week for July 26th, 2019.

Here are the best films added to Netflix in the past week:


Inglourious Basterds (2009)

Director: Quentin Tarantino
Cast: Christoph Waltz, Eli Roth, Brad Pitt, Diane Kruger, Melanie Laurent, Daniel Brühl
Genre:
Action, Drama, War

This is a welcome return to Netflix rather than a ‘brand new’ title, but we’re happy to see Inglourious Basterds nonetheless. The seventh film directed by Tarantino, Inglourious Basterds is certainly a favorite of ours at What’s on Netflix.

At the height of Hitler’s power in Europe, the Jewish community faces persecution and are being rounded up by the ‘Jew Hunter’ Hans Landa. When it’s revealed that Hitler will be there to attend a premiere at a Parisian cinema, two plots to assassinate the dictator commence. The beautiful Shosanna, owner of the cinema and the group of vengeful jews known as the ‘Basterds’.


The Exception (2016)

Director: David Leveaux
Cast: Lily James, Jai Courtney, Christopher Plummer, Janet McTeer, Eddie Marsan
Genre: Period Drama, Romance

Love can be found in the most unexpected places, especially during times of war. This period drama explores the love and passion between a German soldier and the handmaiden of the exiled German Kaiser.


Girls With Balls (2019) Netflix Original

Director: Oliver Afonso
Cast: Danny Verissimo, Manim Azem, Camille Razat, Orelsan, Guillaume Canet
Genre: Comedy

Dodgeball meets The Wrong Turn in this French Netflix Original comedy. After losing their Volleyball match, a team of players takes a wrong turn and soon find themselves playing the most dangerous game of all as they try to escape from a group of hunters trying to kill them.


Eerie (2019)

Director: Mikhail Read
Cast: Bea Alonzo, Mary Joy Apostol, Charo Santos-Concio, Nafa Hilario-Cruz, Jake Cuenca
Genre: Horror

Suffice to say Asian cinema do an excellent job of creating some of the creepiest stories in the horror genre. In this Filipino horror, a suicide sends shockwaves throughout a catholic school. A counselor with clairvoyance seeks out the help of a ghost to uncover the abusive past of the convent.


Boi (2018) Netflix Original

Director: Jorge M. Fontana
Cast: Bernat Quintana, Anatoly Chugunov, Andrew Lua, Macarena Gomez, Rachel Lascar
Genre: Thriller

Despite the name, this isn’t a film that has anything to do with the popular meme. Instead of this Spanish original, takes place in the Catalonian city of Barcelona. When a young chauffeur takes interest in the clients he is escorting around the city, he reaches a crossroad in his life as he joins them on his mysterious quest.


All the New Movies Added to Netflix This Week:

FilmGenreRuntime
1st SummoningHorror93 Minutes
Bewafaa (2005)Romance149 Minutes
Boi (2019) Netflix OriginalThriller110 Minutes
Connected (2008)Action110 Minutes
Eerie (2019)Horror110 Minutes
Girls With Balls (2019) Netflix OriginalComedy77 Minutes
Inglourious Basterds (2009)War152 Minutes
May You Prosper (2017)Comedy92 Minutes
The Beast Stalker (2008)Action109 Minutes
The Competition (2018)Comedy103 Minutes
The Exception (2016)War107 Minutes
The Midas Touch (2013)Comedy98 Minutes
The Son (2018) Netflix OriginalThriller92 Minutes
The Twins Effect II (2004)Action105 Minutes
Twins Mission (2007)Action102 Minutes
Unfinished Song (2012)Comedy93 Minutes

What movie are you looking forward to watching? Let us know in the comments below!

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