The Babysitter 2 is one of the Netflix movies to watch this weekend
It’s another weekend, and you’re looking for something new to watch. There are plenty of great Netflix movies to check out from Sept. 12 to 13.
Most of these movies dropped during the past week. However, there’s one on the list that is leaving Netflix next week, so this is your last chance to watch it.
So, whether you want a horror-comedy, something for the whole family, or a psychological horror movie, here are five good Netflix movies to watch this weekend.
The Babysitter: Killer Queen
You loved the first movie, and now it’s time for the sequel. The Babysitter: Killer Queen is now available to stream on Netflix. It picks up two years after Cole defeated the satanic cult. He’s struggled through the trauma of that night and is dealing with nobody believing him. Now Bee is back, but can he stop her once more?
How to Train Your Dragon 2
You want something for family movie night, right? There are a couple of Netflix movies that will work this weekend. Paws United is certainly worth a watch, but there’s just something special about the How to Train Your Dragon franchise. The second movie is now available on Netflix, and this time, the Vikings are working with the dragons.
The Social Dilemma
Social media is a part of our lives. We all know that. But are we willing to accept that it’s controlling our lives? The Social Dilemma is the Sundance-premiering documentary that shows just how it’s now taken over. Can you take a break?
For those who prefer a superhero movie, there is one with a twist now on Netflix. Midnight Special dropped on Netflix earlier this week, and it’s something many of you have been waiting for. When a young boy starts displaying superpowers, the authorities come after him. Of course, they want to poke and prod him for testing to see why and how he has these powers. The boy’s father isn’t about to hand him over easily and goes on a mission to protect him.
Finally, it’s all about the movie that is leaving Netflix next week. The Witch exits Netflix on Sept. 17, and if you haven’t watched it yet, make it one to watch this weekend. Set in the 17th century in New England, a Puritan family is banished from their village. They set up a farm on the edge of a remote forest, but it’s a difficult and solitary life. When sinister forces start haunting them, they need to figure out how to stop them without another soul around to help.
Which Netflix movies are you watching this weekend? Share your picks in the comments below.