It’s a new month, which means time for some new movies! The countless streaming services have many new movies added this month, but what are the best new movies to stream?
We’ve picked out some classics and some wackier choices, perfect if you are looking for something odd to watch. We’ve got movies covering sci-fi, action, comedy, drama, and thriller genres.
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Here are 10 of the best new movies to stream in September 2022.
Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (HBO Max, September 1)
If you are looking to watch a horror movie that has some comedy, Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 is for you. The masked killer has his sights on a jock who teams up with a Texas lawman to battle him and his psychopathic family. It is a classic horror movie to watch that has enough bloody violence to hold you over till Halloween.
Cowboys & Aliens (Hulu, September 1)
Daniel Craig wanders into a town called Absolution. He quickly learns that there are unwelcome strangers and he can’t do anything unless he gets approval from Col. Dolarhyde. He unites the townspeople, outlaws, and the Apache warriors to go against alien forces in a battle for survival. If you want big-budget sci-fi with big names, this is worth watching.
The Transporter (Prime, September 1)
Frank Martin is ex-special forces who lives a quiet life, despite working as a mercenary transporter who moves goods, no questions asked. However, in this flick, all that changes and you get to see Jason Statham do what he does best, fight at breakneck speeds. A perfect popcorn flick for a lazy afternoon.
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Apartment 143 (Prime, September 1)
Paranormal investigators are hired to remove a spirit from an apartment. They didn’t realize that they had come across a very angry spirit that was more terrifying than they ever imagined. This movie is a complete horror from beginning to end. If you don’t mind being scared and jumping out of your seat.
Fight Club (Hulu, September 1)
Fight Club is about a dissillusioned man who suffers from insomnia that meets a strange salesman. The two men form an underground club that has strict rules, uniting men who are fed up with their mundane lives. However, nothing is as it seems, and what unfolds is one of the best movies ever made. If you haven’t seen it, watch it on Hulu this September.
The Killer Elite (HBO, September 1)
Danny Bryce is one of the deadliest special-ops agents ever, and he has to reassemble his former team of skilled commandos to launch one more rescue mission. The mission will be one of their hardest yet, having to cut their way through a team of assassins known as the Feather. If you’re looking for big set pieces and some good old-fashioned action, this movie is worth checking out.
Wanted (Prime, September 1)
Wesley is an office worker whose life is not going anywhere. His father ends up being murdered, and he meets Fox, who recruits him into a secret society of assassins. Wesley ends up being taught amazing abilities making him a formidable action hero.
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Resident Evil: Retribution (Netflix, September 1)
The Umbrella Corp’s deadly virus continues to turn the world’s population into legions of flesh-eating zombies. The human race’s last hope is within the umbrella’s secret operations facility. And our heroine Alice is on the hunt for those responsible for the outbreak – leading to a mind-blowing revelation.
End of the Road (Netflix, September 9)
The End of the Road is about a family who witnesses a brutal murder, leaving them in the crosshairs of a killer. Stranded in New Mexico and cut off from any help, Brenda must fight to keep her family alive.
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This is The End (Netflix, September 16)
The actor James Franco is throwing a party with his celebrity pals. Suddenly, an apocalypse breaks out, causing Franco and Co. to be trapped in his home. The world is disintegrating outside, and James and his pals are starting to suffer from cabin fever, with supplies threatening to tear the friends apart. If you are looking for a quirky comedy, This is The End could be perfect.