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Watch Now: Trailer For Netflix Western ‘Godless’ From Steven Soderbergh, Scott Frank
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Trailer For Netflix's Godless Released

A teaser trailer has been released for Godless, a western coming to Netflix soon.

Godless is an original limited series, which will consist of seven episodes. It comes from executive producers Steven Soderbergh (Logan Lucky, Ocean’s Eleven) and Scott Frank (Logan, A Walk Among the Tombstones), with Frank also writing and directing. It stars Jack O’Connell (Unbroken, 300: Rise of an Empire), Michelle Dockery (Good Behavior, Downton Abbey), and Jeff Daniels (The Martian, The Newsroom).

Continue below to read a brief description of the limited series and check out the teaser trailer.

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Final Trailer For ‘Stranger Things’ Season 2 Released By Netflix
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As promised by that cool Friday the 13th trailer teaser yesterday, Netflix has released the final trailer for Stranger Things season two.

The trailer is another strong one—not quite as long as the Comic-Con trailer, but still running well over two minutes and showing plenty turn fan excitement and anticipation up to 11 for the final two-week stretch before the new season arrives.

Continue below for more about Stranger Things season two and to check out the final trailer.

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Video: ‘Stranger Things’ Season 2 Friday The 13th Trailer Teaser
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Stranger Things Friday the 13th Trailer Tease

Netflix has released a Friday the 13th teaser for the highly anticipated upcoming second season of Stranger Things.

The teaser is for the final season two trailer, which is set to be released tomorrow. Now in most cases I think trailers for trailers are ridiculous and wouldn’t waste your time with them. But this particular trailer tease is fittingly made in the same style as a trailer for one of the old Friday the 13th movies, and that’s pretty darn awesome.

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‘Mindhunter’: New Trailer For David Fincher-Directed Netflix Series Released
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Netflix's Mindhunter

Netflix has released a new trailer for their upcoming original series Mindhunter. The show is created by Joe Penhall (The Road) and executive produced by David Fincher (The Social Network, Fight Club) and Charlize Theron (Atomic Blonde, Mad Max: Fury Road).

Fincher also directed multiple episodes of the crime drama, a genre he’s of course no stranger to having previously directed titles like Se7en, Zodiac, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, and Gone Girl. Other directors include Asif Kapadia (Senna, Amy) and Andrew Douglas (2005’s The Amityville Horror).

You can find the new trailer for Mindhunter below.

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Trailer For Netflix Horror-Comedy ‘The Babysitter’ Released
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Netflix's The Babysitter

Netflix has released an official trailer for their upcoming original horror-comedy The Babysitter, which is coming to the streaming service later this month.

The movie follows a kid who decides to spy on his babysitter, only to discover that she actually intends to sacrifice him. You can find more info and check out the trailer below.

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Movie Review: Gerald’s Game
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Gerald's Game Netflix Carla Gugino Bruce Greenwood

Gerald’s Game
Based on the novel by Stephen King
Written by Jeff Howard and Mike Flanagan
Directed by Mike Flanagan
Starring Carla Gugino, Bruce Greenwood, Carel Struycken, Henry Thomas, Kate Siegel
Netflix
Released date: September 29, 2017

The new film Gerald’s Game marks the fourth Stephen King adaptation of 2017. This summer’s The Dark Tower was universally panned and flopped at the box office, yet It, conversely, is currently breaking box office records. Mr. Mercedes is a television series on a new platform, AT&T’s Audience Network, while Gerald’s Game landed on Netflix right before Halloween season officially begins. King’s novel Gerald’s Game was published in May 1992 and remained one of the author’s lesser-known works until Netflix optioned it. Directed by Mike Flanagan, one of horror’s up and coming auteurs, who co-wrote the screenplay with collaborator Jeff Howard, the results are a tour-de-force of filmmaking and acting that needs to be watched, albeit from between the fingers of your hand covering your face.

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The Drill Down 494: Amazon Alexa Event
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On this week’s The Drill Down podcast, Amazon Alexa Event – Amazon surprises us all with new products for the holidays, The President’s inciting tweets may be twice as annoying in the future, Uber is told to steer clear of London, Google and HTC team up, and much more.

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New To Netflix Streaming: October 2017
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New To Netflix

A brand new month is approaching. And with this brand new month comes lots of new titles to Netflix’s library of streaming options.

In this edition of New To Netflix, you will find a lengthy list of movies and TV shows coming to the streaming service in October 2017. This includes titles, arrival dates, and whether or not they are Netflix originals.

Continue below for the latest New To Netflix list.

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‘1922’: Watch A Trailer For Another Movie Based On A Stephen King Story
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Netflix's 1922 Trailer

Adaptations of the stories of horror legend Stephen King have been popular for a long time, but the author’s works have been particularly popular lately. A trailer was released recently for the latest King adaptation, titled 1922, which is based on the novella of the same name.

An adaptation of King’s Gerald’s Game arrives on Netflix in just a few days from now, and a couple of weeks back the new adaptation of IT hit theaters and has done incredibly well for an R-rated release, recently passing Universal’s middle-finger to the original remake of The Mummy, which had the more box office-friendly PG-13 rating. Proof once again that an R-rating is not a risk. The risk is in who you pay to make the movie.

Continue below to check out the trailer for 1922.

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Leaving Netflix Streaming October 2017
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Leaving Netflix September 2017

While finding out what’s new to Netflix streaming each month is always exciting, those titles will be available for a while. There’s no rush to watch them immediately. You can chill whenever you choose.

On the other end is the far less exciting list of what’s leaving Netflix soon. A list that adds a ticking clock to a bunch of titles you may have been planning on watching. Below you’ll find the Leaving Netflix list for October 2017, so you can binge anything you’ve been meaning to watch before it disappears.

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