Not one but three Benji movies are now available on Netflix in anticipation of the Netflix reboot release coming later in March. We’ve got a few independent movies from home and abroad released today too as well as a new foreign original crime drama series and a documentary series on fairground rides.
Starring Eli Roth, this horror movie forces several partying people to scramble for survival after a devastating earthquake hits Chile.
Runtime: 89 minutes
William Shatner appears in this mixed reviewed children’s comedy. In the movie, Rod is a kid who is recruited by aliens to help stop an intergalactic criminal.
Runtime: 90 minutes
Children’s classic from 1974 joins Netflix ready for the upcoming Netflix reboot later this month. This movie tells the origin story of Benji and how he was adopted.
Runtime: 86 minutes
Benji was rebooted once before in 2004 to mixed results. Off the Leash takes a look at Benji’s early days while also giving insight to his life in show business.
Runtime: 100 minutes
International crime drama where three fugitives are locked away in a warehouse to hide from the cops but end up finding a bigger enemy.
Runtime: 94 minutes
The follow up to the original Benji, Joe Camp returns to direct the second movie where Benji gets separated from his owner in Greece.
Runtime: 84 minutes
A well-received independant movie from last year recreating the events of the infamous LA riots and the two Korean-American store owners who fought to protect their store.
Runtime: 95 minutes
An unheard of animated title from 2016 where two friends escape their orphanage to travel to the bright lights of Paris.
Runtime: 89 minutes
New TV Series
A police detective gives up a case in order to protect his family but soon gets trapped in a dangerous game when his partner calls foul.
Fairground Attractions (Season 1)
A British docuseries that looks at life on the road with a travelling fairground and the ups and downs that come with it.