Happy Holidays dear readers. The time has come to go over the releases coming to Netflix in January 2016. There are a plethora of great series and movies coming for you viewing pleasure so let’s get to it.
1. 2 Fast 2 Furious (January 1st)
With the seventh installment of the series fresh out this year, why not take the time to go back and see some of the earlier installments. This one is bit weaker but at least it’s not Tokyo Drift.
2. Angry Birds Toons (January 1st)
Everyone loves Angry Birds. It’s so beloved a movie based on the game will be coming out next year. Until then why not watch this series of shorts to tide you over until it is out.
3. Catwoman (January 1st)
Called one of the worst comic adaptations ever. Is it true? Yes, but if you are in the mood for a terrible film you can mock with a bunch of friends, this will not disappoint.
4. Constantine (January 1st)
Not a great adaptation but not a bad one either. With the Constantine show no longer around, fans will be able to enjoy this movie and watch Keenu Reeves as John Constantine getting caught in a war between Angels and Demons.
5. Training Day (January 4th)
One of the best cop movies ever made. Denzel Washington plays Detective Alonzo Harris, a corrupt cop who takes a rookie through his first day of what it takes to be a cop in the city. Definitely, not your typical first day at work.
6. Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Season 10 (January 5)
Another season from the show which gave us Kitten Mittens, the Nightman, and Green man. This time around the gang take a flight, go on a group date, and join a cult, all with chaotic and hilarious results. If you haven’t taken the time to watch this show you should really binge on it over a weekend.
7. Dragons: Race to the edge: Season 2 (January. 8th)
If you can’t get enough of Dreamworks: How to train your dragon, Netflix has provided another season of their own series based on the popular franchise. Watch Hiccup and Toothless have more adventure and torch anything which tries to keep them down.
8. Park and Recreation: Season 7 (January 13)
The fantastic comedy starring Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman comes to an end but has us laughing the entire time. This time the season picks up three years later but despite how much the characters grow they still come back to the town of Pawnee.
9. Z: Nation: Season 2 (January 17)
A show about trying to survive in a zombie apocalypse? Yes please. If you need a zombie fix with Walking Dead on its mid season break, this show will satisfy your need for flesh craving zombie action.
10. Sharknado 3 (January 22)
A movie so bad it’s incredible. This third installment involves sharks being dropped on the Daytona 500, sharks in space, and an energy chainsaw. Also there is apparently going to be a fourth one, so make sure to watch this one or you won’t be able to follow the intricate storytelling.