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Here's every movie coming to theaters, streaming and more in September
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Here's every movie coming to theaters, streaming and more in September

Some major shows, documentaries and movies are coming out on the streaming giant this month.

Whether it’s on the big screen or streaming at home, here’s virtually every film coming out this month.

Sept. 1

My Best Worst Adventure”: Teen comedy with Lily Patra, Pan Rugtawatr and Eoin O’Brien. Digital only. Kaczmarek Digital Media Group

Sept. 2

Afterlife of the Party”: Fantasy comedy with Victoria Justice. Streaming only. Netflix

Los Ultimos Frikis”: Rock doc about a legendary Cuban heavy metal band. VOD only; streaming on Topic Sept. 16.

Superhost”: Horror directed by Brandon Christensen. Streaming only. Shudder

Sept. 3

The Big Scary ‘S’ Word”: Documentary explores the history of socialism in America. With Sen. Bernie Sanders, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Greenwich Entertainment

Cinderella”: Pop music’s Camila Cabello plays the princess-to-be in a musical based on the classic fairy tale. Kay Cannon directs. Also streaming. Amazon Studios

Faya Dayi”: Documentary about the impact of a cocaine-like plant on the daily lives of Ethiopians. Directed by Jessica Beshir. Janus Films

The Gateway”: Shea Whigham, Olivia Munn and Frank Grillo star in this thriller about a social worker trying to protect a client from her ex-convict husband. Also on digital, VOD. Lionsgate

Isabella”: Latest entry in Argentine filmmaker Matías Piñeiro‘s explorations of Shakespeare’s female characters. Cinema Guild

It Takes Three”: Teen rom-com starring Jared Gilman, David Gridley, Aurora Perrineau and Mikey Madison. Directed by Scott Coffey. Digital, VOD only. Gunpowder & Sky

Memory House”: Fantasy drama explores social and racial issues in Brazil. Also in virtual cinemas. Film Movement

Mogul Mowgli”: Riz Ahmed plays a British Pakistani rapper struck down by a degenerative disease in this drama directed by Bassam Tariq. Strand Releasing

Moments Like This Never Last”: Documentary about the late artist Dash Snow. Also on VOD. Utopia Media

Powder Keg”: Fact-based drama about a terrorist attack in Denmark. With Nikolaj Coster-Waldau. Virtual cinemas, digital, VOD only. Samuel Goldwyn Films

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings”: Simu Liu is the title hero in Marvel Studios’ in “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.” Marvel Studios

“Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings”

Unapologetic”: Documentary about the Movement for Black Lives. Kartemquin Films/Film Collective

We Need to Do Something”: Horror tale about a family trapped in their home by a tornado. Also on digital, VOD. IFC Midnight

Who You Think I Am”: Juliette Binoche stars in this French-language thriller about an older woman who creates a fake social media profile. Directed by Safy Nebbou. Cohen Media Group

Wild Indian”: A Native American man tries to keep a dark secret from his past from destroying his new life in this thriller. Written and directed by Lyle Mitchell Corbine Jr. Also on VOD. Vertical Entertainment

Worth”: Michael Keaton stars in this bio-drama about the lawyer who headed up the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund. Directed by Sara Colangelo. Also streaming. Netflix

Yakuza Princess”: Action-thriller set in Sao Paulo’s Japanese community. With Masumi, Jonathan Rhys Meyers. Also on VOD. Magnet Releasing

Zone 414:” Futuristic thriller with Guy Pearce and Travis Fimmel. Also on digital, VOD. Saban Films

Sept. 7

Samantha Rose”: Coming-of-age drama directed by Andrew Morgan. VOD only. Freestyle Digital Media

Sept. 9

“Blood Brothers: Malcolm X & Muhammad Ali”

Blood Brothers: Malcolm X & Muhammad Ali”: Documentary about the friendship between the civil rights leader and the heavyweight boxer. Streaming only. Netflix

Martyrs Lane”: Supernatural thriller directed by Ruth Platt. Streaming only. Shudder

No Responders Left Behind”: Documentary about efforts to secure compensation for Sept. 11 first responders. Streaming only. Discovery+

Sept. 10

The Alpinist”: Documentary about elite climber Marc-André Leclerc. Roadside Attractions

Anne at 13,000 Ft.”: Romantic drama about a 20-something in Toronto. Directed by Kazik Radwanski. Cinema Guild

The Capote Tapes”: “In Cold Blood” author Truman Capote is profiled in this documentary. Directed by Ebs Burnough. Also on VOD, Oct. 26. Greenwich Entertainment

The Card Counter”: Oscar Isaac plays a gambler with a dark past in veteran filmmaker Paul Schrader’s crime thriller. With Tiffany Haddish, Tye Sheridan and Willem Dafoe. Focus Features

Catch the Bullet”: Western with Tom Skerritt and Peter Facinelli. Also on digital, VOD. Lionsgate

Come From Away”: Filmed version of the Broadway musical about 7,000 airline passengers stranded in a small town in Newfoundland on Sept. 11, 2001. Directed by Christopher Ashley. Streaming only on Apple TV+. Apple Original Films

Dating & New York”: Romantic comedy about millennials in the Big Apple. Also on digital, VOD. IFC Films

Death Drop Gorgeous”: LGBT-themed horror-thriller co-directed by Michael J. Ahern, Christopher Dalpe and Brandon Perras-Sanchez. Also on digital. Dark Star Pictures

Dogs”: Romanian crime drama directed by Bogdan Mirica. Also in virtual cinemas. Dekanalog

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie”: Musical about an aspiring teenage drag queen in England. Also streaming, Sept. 17. Amazon Studios

Florian’s Knights”: Documentary about Sept. 11 first responders’ ongoing struggles with PTSD. Also on VOD. Gravitas Ventures

Gunfight at Dry River”: Western with Charlie Creed-Miles, Michael Moriarty. Also on digital, VOD. Quiver Distribution

Kate”: An assassin (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) seeks vengeance against the person who gave her a slow-acting lethal poison in this action-thriller. With Woody Harrelson. Directed by Cedric Nicolas-Troyan. Also streaming. Netflix

Language Lessons”: Mark Duplass and Natalie Morales co-wrote and co-star in this drama about a long-distance friendship. Morales also directs. Shout! Studios

Malignant”: A young woman’s disturbing visions may not be all in her mind after all in this horror-thriller directed by James Wan. Annabelle Wallis stars. Also on HBO Max. Warner Bros.

Queenpins”: Kristen Bell stars as a suburban housewife running a coupon-counterfeiting scam in this fact-based comedy. Written and directed by Aron Gaudet and Gita Pullapilly. Also streaming Sept. 30 on Paramount+. STXfilms

Small Engine Repair”: Darkly comic drama about three lifelong working-class buddies. With Jon Bernthal, John Pollono and Shea Wigham. Vertical Entertainment

The Voyeurs”: Erotic thriller with Sydney Sweeney. Streaming only. Amazon Studios

The Wonderful: Stories From the Space Station”: Men and women who’ve spent time aboard the International Space Station share personal stories in this documentary. Directed by Claire Lewins. Also on digital, Sept. 17. Universal Pictures Content Group

The Year of the Everlasting Storm”: Anthology features seven tales shot by acclaimed filmmakers including David Lowery (“The Green Knight”) and Apichatpong Weerasethakul (“Uncle Boonmee”). Neon

Sept. 14

Chompy & the Girls”: Horror comedy with Udo Kier. VOD only. Freestyle Digital Media

Sept. 15

Nightbooks”: Family-friendly comedy about a young boy held captive by a modern-day witch. With Krysten Ritter. Directed by David Yarovesky. Streaming only. Netflix

Sept. 16

Eating Our Way to Extinction”: Kate Winslet narrates this documentary about the threat of ecological collapse. One night only in theaters. Fathom Events

I Am Not Alone”: Documentary about one man’s efforts to spark democratic reform in Armenia. Also in virtual cinemas. Self-distributed

Sept. 17

Azor”: Political thriller set in 1970s Argentina, directed by Andreas Fontana. Mubi

Best Sellers”: Aubrey Plaza and Michael Caine star in this comedy about a fledgling book editor and a curmudgeonly author. Also on VOD. Screen Media

Blue Bayou”: Drama about a Korean American in Louisiana whose immigration status comes into question. With Alicia Vikander. Focus Features

Boris Karloff: The Man Behind the Monster”: Documentary remembers the star of “Frankenstein” and countless other horror films. Abramorama/Shout! Studios

Civil War (Or, Who Do We Think We Are)”: Present-day Americans discuss their views on the Civil War in this documentary directed by Rachel Boynton. Self-distributed

Collection”: Crime drama with Alex Pettyfer. Also on digital, VOD. Vertical Entertainment

Copshop”: A hit man, a con man and a rookie cop square off in a small-town police station in this action-thriller. Open Road Films

“Cry Macho”

Cry Macho”: Clint Eastwood directs and stars in this drama about a former rodeo star on the road to redemption. With Dwight Yoakam. Also on HBO Max. Warner Bros.

The Duke”: Jim Broadbent and Helen Mirren star in this fact-based tale, set in the 1960s, about a British retiree who allegedly stole a famous painting from a museum. Sony Pictures Classics

The Eyes of Tammy Faye”: Jessica Chastain and Andrew Garfield star in this bio-drama about televangelist power couple Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker. Directed by Michael Showalter. Searchlight Pictures

“The Eyes of Tammy Faye”

Ferguson Rises”: Documentary looks at life in Ferguson, Missouri, in the years since the fatal shooting of Michael Brown Jr. by a white police officer in 2014. Dreamseeker Media

Fire Music”: Documentary about free-jazz pioneers John Coltrane, Ornette Coleman, et al. Submarine Deluxe

Lady of the Manor”: Melanie Lynskey and Judy Greer star in this supernatural buddy comedy. Written and directed by Justin Long and Christian Long. Also on digital, VOD. Lionsgate

Last Night in Rozzie”: Drama about a man who returns to Boston to help a former friend realize his dying wish. With Jeremy Sisto. Also on VOD. Gravitas Ventures

Little Girl”: Documentary about a 7-year-old trans girl in rural France. Music Box Films

The Mad Women’s Ball”: Melanie Laurent directs and stars in this French-language thriller. Streaming only. Amazon Studios

My Name Is Pauli Murray”: Documentary about the nonbinary African American civil rights activist. Directed by Julie Cohen and Betsy West. Also streaming, Oct. 1. Amazon Studios

The Nowhere Inn”: Carrie Brownstein, Dakota Johnson and indie rocker St. Vincent star in this horror comedy. Directed by Bill Benz. Also on digital, VOD. IFC Films

Prisoners of the Ghostland”: Nicolas Cage stars in this post-apocalyptic action-thriller. Also on digital, VOD. RLJE Films

Saint-Narcisse”: Dark fable, set in the 1970s, about a narcissistic young man who learns he has a twin brother. Directed by Bruce LaBruce. Also in virtual cinemas. Film Movement

Savior for Sale: Da Vinci’s Lost Masterpiece?”: Documentary reveals the inner machinations of the art world and the auction business. Digital, VOD only. Greenwich Entertainment

S— & Champagne”: Drag comedy with D’Arcy Drollinger. VOD only. Utopia Media

The Starling”: Comedy-drama about a woman in crisis. With Melissa McCarthy, Chris O’Dowd, Kevin Kline, Timothy Olyphant, Daveed Diggs, Loretta Devine, Rosalind Chao. Directed by Theodore Melfi. Also streaming, Sept. 24. Netflix

Sept. 20

Aileen Wuornos: American Boogeywoman”: Serial-killer drama with Peyton List. One night only via Fathom Events. Voltage Pictures/Dark Star Pictures

Sept. 21

Godspeed, Los Polacos!”: Documentary about five Cold War-era Polish students who chart an unlikely path from kayaking to political activists. Digital, VOD only. 1091 Pictures

Little Vampire”: Animated tale directed by Joann Sfar. Digital only. Shout! Studios

Sept. 22

Intrusion”: Home-invasion thriller with Freida Pinto, Logan Marshall-Green. Streaming only. Netflix

Sept. 24

Apache Junction”: Western with Stuart Townsend, Trace Adkins and Thomas Jane. Also on digital, VOD. Saban Films

The Auschwitz Report”: Slovakian drama directed by Peter Bebjak. Also on VOD. Samuel Goldwyn Films

Aware: Glimpses of Consciousness”: Documentary explores boundary-pushing research in the understanding of human consciousness. Area 23a

Birds of Paradise”: Drama about aspiring ballet dancers in Paris. With Jacqueline Bisset. Streaming only. Amazon Studios

Dear Evan Hansen”: Ben Platt reprises his stage role in this film adaptation of the Tony-winning Broadway musical about a troubled teen. Directed by Stephen Chbosky. Universal Pictures

“Dear Evan Hansen”

East of the Mountains”: Tom Skerritt plays a retired surgeon with terminal cancer in this drama. With Mira Sorvino. Directed by S.J. Chiro. Quiver Distribution

El Planeta”: Spanish-language mother-daughter comedy. Utopia Media

The Guilty”: Thriller about a police officer on desk duty who gets a 911 call from a possible kidnap victim. Directed by Antoine Fuqua. Also streaming, Oct. 1. Netflix

I’m Your Man”: Maren Eggert and Dan Stevens star in this comedy about a scientist and the android created to serve as her perfect life partner. Bleecker Street

In Balanchine’s Classroom”: Documentary remembers legendary choreographer George Balanchine. Directed by Connie Hochman. Zeitgeist Films

Man in the Field: The Life and Art of Jim Denevan”: Documentary profiles the multimedia artist and chef. Also on VOD. Greenwich Entertainment

The Most Beautiful Boy in the World”: Documentary profiles Bjorn Andresen, the Swedish teen handpicked by Luchino Visconti to star in the legendary Italian filmmaker’s 1971 adaptation of the Thomas Mann novel “Death in Venice.” Juno Films

My Little Pony: A New Generation”: Animated franchise entry features the voices of Vanessa Hudgens, Sofia Carson and James Marsden. Streaming only. Netflix

“My Little Pony: A New Generation”

This Is the Year”: Teen comedy with Lorenzo James Henrie, Vanessa Marano. Also on digital, VOD. Vertical Entertainment

Wife of a Spy”: Hitchcockian thriller set in 1940s Japan. Directed by Kiyoshi Kurosawa. Kino Lorber

Sept. 29

No One Gets Out Alive”: Horror thriller. With Cristina Rodlo, Marc Menchaca. Directed by Santiago Menghini. Streaming only. Netflix

Sounds Like Love (Fuimos Canciones)”: Rom-com from Spain directed by Juana Macías. Streaming only. Netflix

Sept. 30

Secret Agent Dingledorf & His Trusty Dog Splat”: Comedy for kids. VOD only. Integrity Releasing

September TBA

Fauci”: Documentary profiles infectious-disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci. National Geographic Documentary Films/Magnolia Pictures

Freeland”: Indie drama about a female cannabis farmer. Dark Star Pictures

Killian & the Comeback Kids”: Drama about a folk-music group. Hope Runs High Distribution

King Otto”: Documentary about German soccer coach Otto Rehhagel. MPI Media Group

Note: All release dates are theatrical, except where noted, and subject to change.

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