Netflix Now: Epic Social Media Meltdown Edition

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By now you’ve probably heard of Amy’s Baking Company in Scottsdale, AZ. The restaurant owners had an epic social media meltdown because of a bats**t crazy appearance on Kitchen Nightmares with Gordon Ramsay. If you haven’t heard about this, you have now, and may whatever deity or building you worship have mercy on your soul before you stream something on Netflix.

The biggies I can spot this week are Kill List, The Inbetweeners Movie, Antichrist, and Y Tu Mama Tabien, with House at the End of the Street and Freaky Deaky bringing up the rear. I’m pretty interested in seeing Walk Away Renee since I really dug Tarnation way back when that film came out.

After the cut, all the new stuff on Netflix Watch Instantly since last week’s 753-title deluge, including the return of the Netflix Now Awards. Also, some crazy ass chefs.

New additions to Netflix Watch Instantly apply only to readers in the United States. For those in other parts of the world, your choices may vary.

Weekly Netflix Now Awards

Most Likely to Be Watched First

Kill List

Honorable mention: Flame and Citron

Documentary I’m Most Interested In

Hitler’s Children

Honorable mention: Walk Away Renee

Most Likely to Be Watched Out of Perversity

Nipples and Palm Trees

Honorable mention: Belphegor: Phantom of the Louvre

She’s Totally a Cute Goth Chick Too

Death Is a Woman

The Citizen Kane of Genital Mutilation Movies

Antichrist

My Favorite Word to Use in Short Stories When I Was a Teen

Misbegotten

Honorable mention: Sasquatch

Sadly Not That Top Secret

Top Secret

Thankfully Not That Darkness Falls

Darkness Falls

Sequel That Surpasses the Original

Example Short 23.976 IV

Best Title for a Sad-But-Happy-Sounding Power Pop Song

Everybody Says I’m Fine!

Honorable mentions: Isn’t Life Wonderful!, Someday This Pain Will Be Useful to You

Bach Sounds Motherfucking Hardcore, Son!

J.S. Bach: The Music, The Life, The Legend

Sounds Like a Tobe Hooper/Kurt Vonnegut Collaboration That Should Have Happened

The Slaughterhouse Massacre

Best Title

That Guy… Who Was in That Thing

Honorable mention: Da Hip Hop Witch

Hubert Vigilla
Brooklyn-based fiction writer, film critic, and long-time editor and contributor for Flixist. A booster of all things passionate and idiosyncratic.