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There's so much cinema to look forward to this winter. We've got a new Star Wars on the way. There's The Revenant, which combines the star power of Academy Award winning director Alejandro Iñárritu and two actors who always choose great movies to star in, Tom Hardy and Leo DiCaprio. Yes, December looks extremely fun for theatergoers but next month might be a good time to stay at home and watch Netflix. In my personal estimation, there's better material coming to the streaming service than to your local theater in September. Here are some of the best films coming to Netflix next month. Can you survive until the Christmas box office blitz?
Private Parts (Sept 1)
Some love him, some hate him, but his story is irrefutably enjoyable. This autobiographical film portrays Howard Stern's improbable rise from average kid to radio's most controversial figure. There are laughs, drama and typical Stern-style extremism along the way. Not everyone will love this movie, but it's worth a try.
Deli Man (Sept 5)
This one's for all the foodies out there. Deli Man explores the history of Jewish Delis in the United States and exposes the daily lives of today's few remaining deli proprietors. Think pastrami, stuffed cabbage, matzo ball soup and other fantastic foods, and the people who carry on the traditions around them. You can't go wrong with this one unless you eat fish sticks every day and you're happy with that.
The Blair Witch Project (Sept 1)
I'm not a big horror fan but the creators of The Blair Witch Project still deserve credit for making a unique film. The entirety of it was captured from a camera being carried around as if nobody really knows how to film things. The story follows a group of young people trying to find out what's behind the legend involving a witch in the woods of Maryland. The ending is one of the most remembered (but maybe not memorable) and critiqued, and extrapolated on that I know of. As a bonus, Netflix will also host Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2 beginning in September. Although, the sequel hasn't received nearly as much acclaim as its predecessor.