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All The New Films And Shows You Should Catch On Netflix This Month

#1: Castlevania (7 July)
This new Canadian-American animated show is based on the 1980s video game series of the same name. Starring the voices of actors Richard Armitage and Graham McTavish, the plot follows vampire hunter Trevor Belmont as he goes on a journey to slay the vampire Dracula in an effort to prevent the latter from ravaging 1400s Eastern Europe. Image: Graham McTavish’s Twitter #2: To The Bone (14 July)
Featuring actress Lily Collins in the leading role, this American drama film first premiered at Sundance Film Festival in January. Collins plays Ellen, a 20-year-old suffering from a severe case of anorexia, while Canadian actor Keanu Reeves stars as the doctor who tries to help Ellen battle her illness. Image: Lily Collins Italian Fans. ϟ’s Facebook #3: Friends From College (14 July)
This Netflix original comedy series has already received quite some attention online due to its famous cast, including Keegan-Michael Key of Key & Peele fame as well as Cobie Smulders who is best known for playing Robin on How I Met Your Mother. Just like its title suggests, the show will focus on the reunion of a group of college friends who are now in their 40s. Image: Wall of Wonders’ Facebook #4: Ozark (21 July)
It was recently revealed that Netflix has renewed the acclaimed sitcom Arrested Development for a fifth season that will be due out next year – for fans who can’t wait that long for a dose of Jason Bateman, Ozark is the answer. Bateman both stars in and directs this new drama series that focuses on the life of a top financial advisor who doubles as a money launderer for a Mexican drug cartel. Image: IndieWire’s Twitter #5: The Incredible Jessica James (28 July)
This comedy film also had its premiere at Sundance Film Festival, where it received rave reviews from critics. Jessica Williams – previously a correspondent on The Daily Show – stars in a much-praised performance as the titular character, a 25-year-old aspiring playwright living in New York, and the film follows the ups and downs of her professional career and personal life. Image: IFFBoston’s Facebook   Like this? Check out the best food combinations for double the health benefits, the coolest and most stylish loft hotels in Singapore to check into and the best fried chicken wings in town (including chilli crab flavoured ones!).