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NETFLIX Horror Films Streaming in September 2017

While we wait for Netflix to reveal what will hopefully be a massive October slate, their streaming slate for September 2017 is pretty disappointing, outside of them releasing two original productions: Tucker & Dale vs Evil director’s The Omen-inspired horror comedy Little Evil and the Stephen King adaptation of Gerald’s Game. September first kicks off, however, will a lot of shark movies…


Deep Blue Sea

Action-packed terror! “Bigger, better and more frightening than JAWS” – WKDM Radio. All-star cast includes Oscar and Golden Globe-nominee Samuel L. Jackson (“A Time to Kill,” “Pulp Fiction”), Saffron Burrows (“Celebrity,” “Wing Commander”), LL Cool J (“In the House”), Thomas Jane (“The Thin Red Line”) and Michael Rapaport (“Cop Land”). A group of scientists create genetically altered sharks which are bigger, smarter, faster and meaner. After a big storm damages their remote research facility, they must fight for their lives as the sharks hunt them down, one by one. Directed by Renny Harlin (“Die Hard 2”).


Directed by Academy Award® winner Steven Spielberg, Jaws set the standard for edge-of-your seat suspense, quickly becoming a cultural phenomenon and forever changing the way audiences experience movies. When the seaside community of Amity finds itself under attack by a dangerous great white shark, the town’s chief of police (Roy Scheider), a young marine biologist (Richard Dreyfuss) and a grizzled shark hunter (Robert Shaw) embark on a desperate quest to destroy the beast before it strikes again. Featuring an unforgettable score that evokes pure terror, Jaws remains one of the most influential and gripping adventures in motion picture history.

Jaws 2

Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water! The beach-goers of Amity are threatened again by a giant, man-eating shark in this thrilling sequel to Spielberg’s masterpiece! When signs of a new man-eater begin to wash up, Police Chief Brody must convince the town of the danger and kill the monster. Oscar nominee Roy Scheider returns along with the famous John Williams score.

Jaws 3

Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water… Swimmers are terrorized when Florida’s Sea World captures a young Great White shark, angering its 35-foot mother! Quaid plays Michael, son of police chief Brody from the first two films, who must face off with the shark. Also starring Lea Thompson and Academy Award winner Louis Gossett.

Jaws: The Revenge

This time–it’s personal. The Jaws saga reaches its conclusion in this thrilling fourth and final installment as the wife of police chief Brody is followed to the Bahamas by a Great White. As the shark targets her family she becomes determined to protect them and destroy the monster! Starring Lorraine Gary and Oscar-winner Michael Caine.


Netflix as they’ll be giving birth to the son of Satan on September 1, 2017, with the horror comedy Little Evil.

Adam Scott stars in as Gary (Scott), who just married Samantha (Evangeline Lilly) only to find out that her 6-year-old son (Owen Atlas) is the Antichrist. It’s like if The Omen were a comedy.

The film was written and directed by Eli Craig, who was behind the cult horror comedy Tucker & Dale vs. Evil!

Donald Faison and Chris D’EliaBrad Williams, Bridget Everett, Clancy Brown, Marcus Terrell Smith and Tyler Labine also star in Little Evil.


The Walking Dead: Season 7

Picking up immediately after the thrilling cliff hanger, Negan forces Rick and the group to fall under his will, brutally convincing them to live under his rules. To prevent further bloodshed, Rick genuinely believes they can make life under Negan, however terrible, work. But he soon learns that Negan can’t be reasoned with and they must prepare to go to war now. Victory will require more than Alexandria, and Rick will need to convince their new allies from the Kingdom and Hilltop to band together with the common goal of taking down Negan and his army.



This is the year of the King. Even though the adaptation of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower was a disappointment, it looks as if IT is going to be a nightmare, not to mention we still have Netflix’s Gerald’s Game to look forward to.

We now have the first ever shot from the film, directed by up-and-coming horror icon Mike Flanagan, who was behind Netflix’s Hush, not to mention Ouija: Origin of Eviland Oculus, Before I Wake and Absentia.

It will be premiering at the upcoming Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas.

[Related] Mike Flanagan Talks Adapting Stephen King for Gerald’s Game

In the film, based on King’s 1992 novel, “A woman accidentally kills her husband after being handcuffed to a bed, leaving her unable to free herself. As time passes and she realizes that rescue is an all but hopeless thought, she begins to slip into insanity, the voices in her head manifesting into visions.”

Here’s what King recently tweeted after seeing a rough cut:

Horrifying, hypnotic, terrific. It’s gonna freak you out.

Flanagan and Jeff Howard adapted the novel. The cast includes Carla Gugino, Henry Thomas, Bruce Greenwood, and Kate Siegel.



  • Gray Michael

    I was thinking about canceling Netflix but after What Happened to Monday I changed my mind. Now The Jaws movies are hitting in September, looks like they still have my business.

    • MrX13

      They recently had all the Jaws movies in July for SharkWeek, now they’re bringing it back again

    • GunsOfNavarone

      7 Sisters was great. Love Noomi.

  • McGilli

    Sucks that to this day – I’ve never been able to find, or even find mention anywhere of the extended Deep Blue Sea. I put on my DVD the other night, and I’m always disappointed that it’s missing lots of the extra shark footage. Has anyone else ever seen or heard of it?

    And the weirdest thing is that I saw it at a resort in Thailand in 2002. Flipping channels – there it was on their movie channels. If you don’t know, it seemed that every scene in the movie with the CGI sharks was longer – and even additional scenes. And not the lame scenes where they are swimming 1,000,000 mph that totally broke realism. But more of them that gave them a more menacing feel – and more of the 3 in a pack.

    Most noticeable was the scene where the guy on the stretcher is thrown into the glass by the shark. In the version I saw it was much, much longer, and it wasn’t just 1 shark. It was all 3 of them swimming together slowly after grabbing him and the whole scene was way more tense than what’s on the dvd. Even IMDB lists alternate versions – but nothing matching what I saw 🙁

    • GunsOfNavarone

      It reminds me of how many cuts there are of Lethal Weapon 2. I saw one many years ago that I haven’t been able to find again despite the directors cuts coming out.

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