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The Best Movies and TV Shows New to Netflix Australia in September


‘Between Two Ferns: The Movie’
Starts streaming: September 20

In Zach Galifianakis’ delightfully absurdist talk show spoof “Between Two Ferns,” the comedian pretends to be an awkward public access TV host, asking big-time celebrities rude questions. The viral web series has now become a feature-length mockumentary, in which Galifianakis plays the same character, annoyed to discover that the world has been laughing at his show. He and his crew hit the road to prove that they can do proper interviews … at which they will undoubtedly fail, since that’s what makes “Between Two Ferns” so funny.

‘In the Shadow of the Moon’
Starts streaming: September 27

Director Jim Mickle has established himself as a master of smart, twisty genre stories, with the likes of the TV series “Hap and Leonard” and the movies “Cold in July” and “Stake Land.” His latest film “In the Shadow of the Moon” — written by Gregory Weidman and Geoff Tock — is a decades-spanning serial killer thriller with a supernatural twist. Boyd Holbrook stars as a Philadelphia cop who’s on the trail of a murderer, and trying to figure out whether the odd, eerie pattern to the crimes has any rational explanation.

‘Sturgill Simpson Presents Sound & Fury’
Starts streaming: September 27

The Grammy-winning country music artist Sturgill Simpson has won acclaim for records that combine traditional American roots music with progressive psychedelic rock. In that same restless, experimental spirit, Simpson has commissioned a kind of “video album” for his fourth LP “Sound & Fury,” asking Japanese animators to come up with their own interpretations of some of his heaviest songs. The result is another imaginative hybrid: part roots-rock blowout, part dystopian science-fiction cartoon.

Also of Interest

“Dirty Dancing” (September 1), “Ghost Town” (September 1), “Jack Reacher” (September 1), “Tyler Perry’s The Single Moms Club” (September 1), “World War Z” (September 1), “Hotel Transylvania 2” (September 3), “The World We Make” (September 4), “The Nut Job” (September 7), “Olympus Has Fallen” (September 7), “Evelyn” (September 10), “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” (September 13), “Head Count” (September 13), “T2: Trainspotting” (September 13), “Tall Girl” (September 13), “The Mask” (September 15), “Storks” (September 15), “Trouble with the Curve” (September 15), “War Dogs” (September 15), “War of the Worlds” (September 15), “Under the Eiffel Tower” (September 23), “Birders” (September 25), “Ingrid Goes West” (September 28), “Smurfs: The Lost Village” (September 28) and “A Champion Heart” (September 30)


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