Welcome to your first daily roundup of what’s new on Netflix and below, we’ll be covering all the new titles on Netflix for February 25th which sadly only saw two titles but more are promised throughout the week.
It’s going to be a bumper week for new releases with a few of Netflix’s tentpole shows coming up, another romantic comedy entry and of course, all the new additions for March 1st that are due to release on Monday.
For now though, let’s recap what’s new on Netflix for February 25th, 2020:
Every Time I Die (2019)
Director: Robi Michael
Cast: Marc Menchaca, Kevin D. Benton, Drew Fonteiro, Erica Camarano
Runtime: 98 min
The headline new addition today is a thriller movie from last year.
Here’s what you can expect from the title:
After a paramedic’s violent death during a weekend trip, his spirit inhabits his friends’ bodies in an effort to save them from a similar fate.
Reviews for the movie are relatively split (as often the case with middle budget thrillers) with some praising the uniqueness of the title while others claim its low budget holds it back from being great. We’d love to hear your opinion in the comments.
Pete Davidson: Alive from New York (2020)
Director: Jason Orley
Cast: Pete Davidson
Runtime: 49 min
Pete Davidson is mostly known for his antics on Saturday Night Live on NBC where he’s been a regular for several years. This stand-up special (his first for Netflix) dives into some his recent blunders among other topics.
Perhaps the most disappointing thing about this special is its runtime clocking in at just shy of 50 minutes. Reviews are generally favorable though but Pete Davidson is often either adored or despised without much room in between.
Let us know if you’re watching any of the two titles listed above and if you’re not, keep an eye out for more new additions coming to Netflix tomorrow.