New on Netflix UK in February 2015
Warm up this Winter with Netflix! Here are the new additions for February 2015:
Sunday 1st February
Community (Seasons 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5)
Comedy about the lives of students in an adult education college in Colorado.
A young musician joins a pop band fronted by the eccentric and enigmatic Frank (Michael Fassbender in a scary mask).
Oz the Great and Powerful (2013)
Fantasy prequel to The Wizard of Oz, focusing on the back story of the infamous Wizard. Starring James Franco, Mila Kunis, Rachel Weisz and Michelle Williams.
Sharknado 2: The Second One (2014)
Sequel to Sharknado, in which the characters are battered by yet another storm carrying flying sharks.
Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon (2013)
Docu-film about American talent manager Shep Gordon, who managed acts such as Alice Cooper, Blondie and Pink Floyd.
The Guilt Trip (2012)
Comedy drama about a mother-son road trip, in which more than a few home truths are revealed.
The Hunters (2011)
College student Alice (Dianna Agron) goes exploring in the woods but finds herself being hunted by a group of men based there.
Tokyo Ghoul (Season 1)
Anime about a boy who is transformed into the world’s first ever half-ghoul after a close encounter with a ghoul.
We Could Be King (2014)
Docu-film about the merging of two rival schools in Philadelphia after a budget crisis.
Zankyou no Terror (Season 1)
Tokyo is hit by a terrorist attack that devastates Japan, and the only clue as to who the perpetrators are is a cryptic video posted on social media.
Disney Channel film about teenager Zoey Stevens, who is struggling with her new school, dance squad and step-family.
Tuesday 3rd February
Attila Marcel (2014)
Film about a skilled pianist unable to talk as a result of childhood problems and decades of repressed memories.
Mea Culpa (2014)
The partnership of cops Franck and Simon struggles after Simon drunkenly causes a tragic accident.
Thursday 5th February
You Laugh but It’s True (2011)
South African stand-up comedian Trevor Noah’s first one-man show.
Friday 6th February
Danger 5 (Season 1)
Action-comedy about a spy team during World War II who seek the end of Hitler.
Ever After High (Season 2)
TV series about the children of fairytale characters all in one high school and desperate to become the next big fairytale star.
The Hunchback Of Notre Dame II (2002)
Quasimodo falls in love with a woman at a traveling circus, however he is manipulated into stealing the Notre Dame’s bell by evil circus-owner Sarousch.
Sunday 8th February
Secret of the Wings (2012)
Disney film about Peter Pan’s Tinker Bell, who goes on a quest to find out the secret of fairy wings.
Zero Dark Thirty (2012)
Docu-film focusing on the hunt for Osama bin Laden.
Monday, 9th February
Better Call Saul (Season 1)
The long-awaited Breaking Bad prequel about the young Saul Goodman and his rise to attorney for the most notorious criminals.
Wednesday 11th February
Beethoven’s 2nd (1993)
The St. Bernard Beethoven’s second adventure.
A good-natured Priest from Ireland is faced with a struggle when a weekly confession contains a murderous threat.
Child’s Play 2: Chucky’s Back (1990)
The return of the possessed murderous doll, who is again after poor Andy.
The Raid 2 (2014)
After the events of the first film, Jakarta cop Rama discovers his actions have angered far more dangerous criminals.
Friday 13th February
Mako Mermaids: An H2O Adventure (Season 2)
After a man enters the Magic Moon Pool and becomes a Merman, three mermaid security guards are sent to take back his new abilities.
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996)
A deformed bell ringer fights to defend gypsy woman Esmerelda and her people.
Sunday 15th February
Horrible Histories (Season 2)
A semi-serious history lesson taught in the form of entertaining skits.
Rita (Season 2)
A series about an school teacher who is excellent in the classroom, but a troublemaker outside of it.
Tuesday 17th February
In Order of Disappearance (2014)
An ordinary snow-plougher in Norway takes on a criminal gang after his son is mistakenly murdered.
An Uncle gets custody of his two nieces who were abandoned in a forest five years previously, but the girls claim they were raised by a ghostly apparition, and worse, that apparition might have followed them home.
The Overnighters (2014)
Docu-film about workers struggling to find affordable housing during the North Dakota oil boom, and a local Pastor who lets over 1,000 people stay at his church over a two year period.
Wednesday 18th February
Explorer and former US Air Force Major Dirk Pitt (Matthew McConaughey) goes on a hunt for a long-lost Civil War battleship, helping out a beautiful W.H.O scientist on the way.
Friday 20th February
Roving Mars (2006)
Docu-film about the development and operation of the Mars Rovers, using both real footage from Mars and computer animation.
Tuesday 24th February
This Is 40 (2012)
Comedy sequel to Knocked Up, where Pete and Debbie are both turning forty and suffering mid-life crises.
Wednesday 25th February
A Family Thing (1996)
Fifty-something redneck Earl goes in search of his long-lost family, but his reception is less than welcome.
Death at a Funeral (2010)
The funeral of Aaron’s father turns into a disaster of epic proportions when they are delivered the wrong body, setting into motion a whole load of problems.
A journalist studying serial killers sets out on a road trip to visit the sites of various murders, but his companion might know more about the murders than he’s letting on.
Friday 27th February
House of Cards (Season 3)
A new series begins of the hit Netflix original series about politicians and underhanded manoeuvrings. Season three follows the season two finale after Vice-President Frank finally becomes President.
The Emperor’s New Groove (2000)
Disney film following the quest of the cocky Emperor Kuzco to regain his throne after he is turned into a llama by an angry citizen.