New July 2015 Movies and TV Streaming on Netflix

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We’re into the hot, hot heat of summer, when even the idea of going outside is enough to make me sweat profusely. The only cure is streaming entertainment, and there’s no better proprietor in that realm than Netflix. Every month, the world’s biggest digital TV and movie service trots out a series of new offerings, and it may be our only defense against the sun. Coming in July, we’ve got an anti-rom-com disguised as a rom-com, a bold stand-up special, and a psychological thriller, among others.

Check out our featured recommendations, and read on for the full list of this month’s new offerings.

Goodbye To All That

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Year: 2014
Director: Angus MacLachlan
Available: July 14
Goodbye to All That marks screenwriter Angus MacLachlan’s directorial debut, an honest and quietly relatable return for the Junebug scribe to familiar territory. He sets this film in small town North Carolina and gently focuses on the confounding nature of human relationships—especially the ones that fall in that murky area between sex and love…After all, it’s tagline calls it “A modern divorce story.” —Christine N. Ziemba

Tig

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Year: 2015
Director: Tig Notaro
Available: July 17
In a performance that is now the stuff of stand-up comedy legend, Notaro joked about a four-month period in which she was hospitalized with a life-threatening illness, lost her mother to a freak accident, went through a breakup and then was diagnosed with cancer in both breasts. Comedy titan Louis C.K., who was at the show and wrote about/sold it on his website, called it “one of the greatest standup performances [he] ever saw” and “an amazing example of what comedy can be.” —Scott Russell

Faults

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Year: 2015
Director: Riley Stearns
Available: July 4
Cults have long provided fascinating source material for both narrative and documentary films, and now writer-director Riley Stearns joins the order with his commendable first feature, a 90-minute headtrip, disconcerting to the very end. Faults is at times horrifyingly funny—before it becomes just plain horrifying—carried by stellar performances…During its last act, Faults goes mind-bendingly twisted, head-first into completely ominous territory…stars Orser and Winstead are committed to the madness —Christine N. Ziemba

 

Avail. July 1


Alive
An Honest Liar
Bad Hair Day
Bionicle: The Legend Reborn
Bulworth
Dave Attell: Road Work
Death in Paradise: Season 3
Grandma’s Boy
Hostage
Invizimals: The Alliance Files
La Reina del Sur
Octonauts: Season 3
Piglet’s Big Movie
El Senor de los Cielos: Seasons 1-2
Saw V
Set Fire to the Stars
Shooting Fish
The Secret of Roan Inish
Underworld: Evolution
Velvet: Season 2

Avail. July 3


Knights of Sidonia: Season 2

Avail. July 4


Faults
Hell on Wheels: Season 4
White Collar: Season 6

Avail. July 7


Monster High: Scaris, City of Frights
Witches of East End: Season 2

Avail. July 9


Monsters: The Dark Continent
Serena

Avail. July 10


Chris Tucker Live
Violetta: Seasons 1-2

Avail. July 14


Bad Ink: Season 1
Bible Secrets Revealed: Season 1
Creep
Goodbye to All That
Lost Soul: The Doomed Journey of Richard Stanleys Island of Dr. Moreau
Preachers’ Daughters: Season 2
Storage Wars: Season 1
The Killer Speaks: Season 2

Avail. July 15


Da Sweet Blood of Jesus
H20 Mermaid Adventures (5 New Episodes)
Penguins of Madagascar
The Physician

Avail. July 16


Changeling

Avail. July 17


BoJack Horseman: Season 2
The Human Experiment
Tig

Avail. July 18


Glee: Season 6
Java Heat

Avail. July 23


Teacher of the Year

Avail. July 25


The Guest

Avail. July 28


The Comet
Marvel’s Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.: Season 2

Avail. July 30


Almost Mercy
My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic: Season 5
The Wrecking Crew

Avail. July 31


Turbo Fast: Season 2
Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp