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9 New Releases Coming To Streaming This Month

From comedies to psychological thrillers, we've got you covered.

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I'm Thinking Of Ending Things (Netflix, 9/4)

Charlie Kaufman's surreal new horror film follows a woman's increasingly strange journey to meet her boyfriend's parents.

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Mulan (Disney+, 9/4)

Disney's highly-anticipated (and somewhat controversial) live action remake of the classic cartoon Mulan revisits the story of a girl sneaking off to war with a few new twists.

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Away (Netflix, 9/4)

Hilary Swan and Josh Charles star in this TV drama dealing with the difficulties of marriage, with the added factor of space travel.

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Cuties (Netflix, 9/9)

Cuties had a rough rollout following a controversy over its poster, but the French film about a preteen Senegalese immigrant (Fathia Youssouf) who joins a local dance group is meant to be a commentary on the negative sexualization of young girls.

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Woke (Hulu, 9/9)

Lamorne Morris (New Girl) leads this series about a successful cartoonist forced to address racism once he becomes a victim of it.

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We Are Who We Are (HBO, 9/14)

In his first TV series, Call Me By Your Name director Luca Guadagnino returns to Italy with a new group of young Americans coming-of-age. Chloë Sevigny and Kid Cudi feature alongside newcomers like Jack Dylan Grazer and Jordan Kristine Seamón.

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The Devil All The Time (Netflix 9/16)

Robert Pattinson plays a creepy preacher in this Southern Gothic psychological thriller starring Tom Holland.

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Ratched (Netflix, 9/18)

Ryan Murphy brings to life the origin story of the villainous Nurse Ratched (Sarah Paulson) from One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest, as she works at a psychiatric hospital in 1940s Northern California.

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Pen15 Season Two (Hulu, 9/18)

NYLON It Girls Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle return for another hilarious, cringe-inducing season of this middle school dramedy.

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