Update your watch list this September with 10 more exciting Netflix releases, including Park So Dam and Park Bo Gum’s much-awaited K-drama Record of Youth, as well as the psychological horror thriller Ratched.
Freaks - You’re One of Us (September 2)
In this German superhero film, a meek fry cook discovers she has superpowers suppressed by years of medication. After teaming up with two others just like her, they uncover a widespread conspiracy and fight for a better world.
Starring: Cornelia Gröschel, Tim Oliver Schultz, Wotan Wilke Möhring
Love, Guaranteed (September 3)
In order to save her small law firm, an overworked lawyer agrees to take on a high profile case for her charming client who's out to sue a dating site that promises its users that they will find love. Sparks start to fly between the pair as their lawsuit subsequently finds ground.
Starring: Rachael Leigh Cook, Heather Graham, Damon Wayans Jr.
I’m Thinking of Ending Things (September 4)
A psychological horror thriller, I'm Thinking of Ending Things follows a woman who's unsure of her relationship with her boyfriend. Despiter her doubts, she agrees to take a roadtrip with him to his parents' remote farm where, as it turns out, nothing is as it seems.
Starring: Jesse Plemons, Jessie Buckley, Toni Collette, David Thewlis
#Alive (September 8)
Trapped in their respective apartments, two polar opposite neighbors must find a way to stay alive while a zombie-creating virus ravages Seoul. The task proves to be immensely harrowing when they're both cut off from technology and their only means of seeing the outside world is through their apartment windows.
Starring: Park Shin Hye, Yoo Ah In
Enola Holmes (September 23)
Packed with a star-studded cast, Enola Holmes centers on Sherlock Holmes' titular younger teen sister as she sets out to become a sleuth in her own right. Upon learning that their mother has gone missing, the younger girl outwits her famous brother and unravels a dangerous conspiracy around a mysterious young Lord.
Starring: Millie Bobby Browns, Henry Cavill, Helena Bonham Carter
Bloom Into You (September 1)
Based on the Japanese yuri manga of the same name, Bloom Into You follows the young Yuu Koito who's always been entranced with the idea of romance. However, when a classmate finally confesses to her in junior high, she's unexpectedly left with nothing but an empty feeling. Now a high school student, Yuu's bewilderment upon her indifference towards love is stirred when model student and council president Touko Nanami impulsively admits she has feeling for the other girl.
Starring: Yuuki Takada, Minako Kotobuki, Ai Kayano
Away (September 4)
American astronaut Emma Green is tasked to lead an international team on a treacherous three-year long mission to Mars. But before she embarks on her uncertain journey, she must first learn to say goodbye to her husband and teen daughter on Earth.
Starring: Hilary Swank, Josh Charles, Mark Ivanir
Record of Youth (September 7)
Two childhood friends turned models attempt to branch out into acting and soon cross paths with a budding makeup artist. In a world where dreams are a luxury not everyone can afford, the trio pushes through with their pursuits, backed by sheer talent and passion to get them through.
Starring: Park Bo Gum, Park So Dam
Ratched (September 18)
Set in 1947, Ratched tells the origin story of Mildred Ratched a.k.a the iconic nurse from the 1975 fictional thriller film One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, where she was infamously characterized to be cold and ruthless. Netflix's prequel delves into Mildred's early days as well as the events that led her to becoming the cruel nurse that she was.
Starring: Sarah Paulson, Jon Jon Briones, Sharon Stone
The School Nurse Files (September 25)
An Eun Yong isn't your ordinary school nurse. Behind her mundane appearance is the special ability to see jelly-like monsters made from the residue of human desire. In order to eradicate these threatening figures and protect the students at her new school, she teams up with her fellow teacher, the handsome Hong In Pyo.
Starring: Nam Joo Hyuk, Jung Yu Mi