New Movies to Stream in September

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Even though various movie theaters across the country are starting to open up with increased health and safety measures, many streaming services will still be rolling out high-quality movies this September. Read the list below to see some of the most anticipated and biggest releases to come in the next 30 days.

Mulan – Disney +

The biggest release on streaming services since the whole COVID-19 pandemic started is Mulan. Disney’s live–action remake of the beloved animated film will be available on September 4. Originally scheduled to release earlier this year, Mulan is about a young girl who takes the place of her ailing father when he’s drafted into the Chinese imperial army and passes herself off as a male warrior. It promises to be an epic historical drama packed with intense action sequences and beloved characters. For $30, Disney+ subscribers can watch the movie as many times as they like while they have the streaming service.

The Devil All the Time – Netflix

For those looking for a suspenseful thriller, this gothic Midwestern movie is just the thing for you. It stars Tom Holland as a young man devoted to protecting his loved ones in a small, backwoods town. Set in Ohio, Holland is threatened by sinister and corrupt characters including a preacher with shady secrets (Robert Pattinson), a corrupt lawman (Sebastian Stan) and a weird couple (Riley Keough and Jason Clarke). It will be available on Netflix on September 16.

Antebellum – Apple TV 

This historical film takes a look at racism in the Confederacy, just through a different lens. The movie crosses two different time periods and explores the connection between a modern-day sociologist who studies the historical disenfranchisement of Blacks and a slave on a Southern plantation forces to deal with Confederate masters. This intense drama is sure to keep you on your toes. It hits the streaming service on September 18.

The Glorias – Amazon Prime

Premiering at the end of the month on September 30, this film is a biography of the activist and feminist icon, Gloria Steinem. The movie features multiple actresses – including Julianne Moore and Alicia Vikander – who play Steinem. It starts off when she is a young girl in 1940’s Ohio and follows her journey as the famous activist who made a huge impact in the ‘60s and ‘70s women’s liberation movement.

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