5 good Netflix movies to watch in September 2020

Enola Holmes. Image Courtesy Netflix, Legendary
Enola Holmes. Image Courtesy Netflix, Legendary /

Enola Holmes is just one of the five good Netflix movies to check out this month

While there are some excellent new releases coming throughout September 2020, the full list can be overwhelming. You need help cutting out the noise to focus on the best Netflix movies heading our way.

All the movies on this list are Netflix Originals. They’re not going anywhere, so you’ll be able to watch over and over again for your favorite moments or to see clues you missed the first time around.

There are Netflix movies for everyone. Love period dramas or prefer horror? We’ve got you covered. Here are the five good Netflix movies to check out this month.

Enola Holmes

We’ll start with the movie about the Holmes siblings you’ve likely heard very little about. Millie Bobby Brown goes from using telepathy to using detective skills as she steps into the role of Sherlock Holmes’s sister.

Enola is just as smart as her brothers Sherlock and Mycroft. The problem is she’s a woman. Now she’s going to prove just how awesome she is.

Enola Holmes is on Netflix from Sept. 23.

The Devil All the Time

This is one of those Netflix movies where the cast is a draw. However, the story promises to keep you hooked throughout. Starring the likes of Robert Pattinson, Tom Holland, Sebastian Stan, and Mia Wasikowska, the movie focuses on a group of terrible people in one small town. Can one family survive and remain good despite these awful people around them?

One young man is determined to make his home a better place. What danger could that put him in?

The Devil All the Time is available on Netflix from Sept. 16.

The Babysitter: Killer Queen

For those who prefer a bit of horror, you’ll want to turn your attention to The Babysitter: Killer Queen. Yes, it is the long-awaited sequel to The Babysitter; the horror movie that turned out to be actually pretty good!

The sequel picks up two years later. Cole is haunted by the horrific events of the night, and everyone else thinks he’s just crazy. However, Melanie believes him, but she wants him to forget the past. What happens when he goes to a party where old enemies return? Can Cole survive the night this time?

The Babysitter: Killer Queen is streaming on Netflix on Sept. 10.

Love, Guaranteed

How about a rom-com? That’s what Love, Guaranteed is all about. Rachael Leigh Cook and Damon Wayans Jr. star in this movie as a lawyer and her client who take on one of the biggest dating apps in their country. This dating app guarantees love, but it’s not something the client has found.

Of course, along the way, they both realize what love is really about. The two may enter an unethical relationship.

Love, Guaranteed is streaming on Netflix on Sept. 3.


It’s time for the movie that has already had some bad publicity, but that’s all thanks to a particular piece of promo Netflix sent out. The movie itself is an important one.

Cuties focuses on 11-year-old Amy, who is waiting for her father to rejoin her, her mom, and her brother from Somalia. Her mom is extremely traditional, but Amy finds herself fascinated by the dance group “Cuties.” The group wants nothing to do with Amy at first, but she soon proves her worth and her place, while also realizing her own femininity.

Which Netflix movies are you watching this month? Let us know in the comments.

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