Netflix: Movie Releases in July 2021 – Movie News

The trilogy ‘The Street of Terror’, the romantic drama ‘The last love letter’ and the three of ‘The Hobbit’ are some of the most prominent titles of this month.

After learning about the series that Netflix premieres this recently opened month of July, it is time to investigate the news that is incorporated into the film catalog of the platform in the coming days.

The streaming giant has prepared a terrifying month with several premieres that will keep you sitting on the couch. The Street of Terror trilogy, The 8th night, The classic horror story and Blood Red Sky are the movies that will give you a hard time.

But terror is not the only protagonist of this month on the platform. Titles like Dynasty Warriors, Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans, The Last Love Letter and The perfect family handbook They also come ready to make you spend a summer in the movies.

As if it were not enough, July is also the month chosen by Netflix to premiere the trilogy of The Hobbit, the drama Before You, the Spanish horror film Malasaña 32 and the comedy Late Night.

Then you can check all movies releasing on Netflix in July 2021.

ORIGINAL NETFLIX MOVIES

Dynasty Warriors

Dynasty Warriors is one of the new releases coming to Netflix this month. Based on the eponymous video game saga, inspired in turn by the historical novel The Romance of the Three Kingdoms, the film narrates the events that took place in the last days of the Han Dynasty.

Premiere: 1st of July

The Street of Terror – Part 1: 1994

The Street of Terror Trailer

Netflix releases next week the first part of its original trilogy, La calle del terror. Directed by Leigh Janiak, the film follows a group of young people determined to end the curse that has terrorized the town of Shadyside for years.

Premiere: July 2nd

The beauty and the enigma


With the Bollywood label, the dramatic ‘thirller’ Beauty and the Enigma hits the platform. The tape follows a woman who has become the prime suspect in her husband’s murder. Although at first she thought that telling about her murky relationship with her partner was going to favor her, she soon discovers that with it she has achieved the opposite.

Premiere: July 2nd

‘The 8th night’


Directed by Kim Tae Hyung, the horror film The 8th Night comes to Netflix. The story follows a priest, formerly dedicated to performing exorcisms, willing to find the whereabouts of an ancient spirit that is causing chaos and destruction on the planet.

Premiere: July 2nd

‘Igor Grom against Dr. Peste’


The month of July is the one chosen by Netflix to premiere the ‘thriller’ Igor Grom against Doctor Plague. Inspired by the commis series, Major Grom. Plage Doctor, the Russian film follows a police detective who must investigate a series of crimes committed in Saint Petersburg. His suspicions point to doctor Plague, a criminal who could have been responsible for the chaos that has settled in the city, after the death of several important personalities.

Premiere: July 7th

The Street of Terror – Part 2: 1978

The Street of Terror Trailer

Before entering the second half of July you will be able to discover what happens in The Street of Terror – Part 2: 1978. The plot takes place in Shadyside, in the summer of 1978. The classes have finished and the new edition of Camp Nightwing is to starting point. Panic seizes the town when one of its inhabitants feels the need to start killing.

Premiere: July 9th

‘Private network: Who killed Manuel Buendía?’


The documentary Private Network: Who Killed Manuel Buendía? is another of the novelties that come to Netflix this July. The feature film narrates the tragic outcome of the Mexican journalist Mannuel Buendía, and analyzes whether it could have been due to his close relationship with politics and drug trafficking.

Premiere: July 14

The classic horror story

The classic horror story is another of the feature films that you can see on Netflix throughout this month. Directed by Roberto De Feo, the film takes us to Italy, where several strangers get lost in the middle of the forest in the middle of the night. They soon discover that they are not alone and that a strange presence wants to end their lives. To try to survive they will have no choice but to stick together.

Premiere: July 14

‘The perfect family handbook’


The Perfect Family is the title of another of the original movies that Netflix releases next month. The film follows a couple from the Canadian city of Quebec, who feel great pressure with everything related to the care and education of their children. It is not easy at all to live up to all the demands of social networks.

Premiere: July 14

The Street of Terror – Part 3: 1666

The Street of Terror – Part 3: 1666 puts an end to the terrifying Netflix trilogy and shows us the origins of the curse of Sarah Fier, which will haunt the inhabitants of Shadyside for centuries.

Premiere: July 16th

Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans


Trollhunters returns to the platform with the movie Awakening of the Titans. Produced by Guillermo del Toro, the story follows the protagonists of the Tales of Arcadia trilogy, who must join forces to face the dangerous Arcane Order. This organization has proposed to invoke ancient titans that could cause the end of humanity.

Premiere: July 21

Blood red sky


The horror drama Blood Red Sky is another new release that premieres on Netflix next month. Directed by Peter Thorwarth, the film tells the tragic story of a woman suffering from a strange disease who, during a plane trip with her son, gathers the courage to face a group of terrorists. In the middle of the flight, this mother is forced to confess her dark secret.

Premiere: July 23th

The last love letter

The Last Love Letter is the romance drama inspired by the JoJo Moyes novel that hits Netflix in July. Directed by Augustine Frizzell and starring Felicity Jones, Shailene Woodley, Callum Turner, Nabhaan Rizwan and Joe Alwyn, the film tells the story of Ellie, a journalist who discovers a collection of secret letters dating from 1965. Through them she tries to unravel the romantic trio starring Jennifer Stirling (Woodley), her husband the powerful businessman Anthony O’Hare (Turner), and the journalist in charge of covering all the news of O’Hare. At the same time, in the present Ellie begins to live her own love story with the archivist who helps her find more letters from Jennifer.

Premiere: July 23th

Netflix: Series premieres in July 2021

Mobile Suit Gundam Hathaway

Premiere: 1st of July

How I became a superhero

Premiere: July 9th

The water man

Premiere: July 9th

That summer

Premiere: July 9th

Emicida: AmarElo – Live

Premiere: July 15

The last of your shoe

Premiere: July 15

Deep

Premiere: July 16th

Words that bubble like soda

Premiere: July 22

Anchored

Premiere: July 23th

A second chance: Rivals!

Premiere: July 23th

Kingdom: The Ashin Story

Premiere: July 23th

-OTHER PREMIERE FILMS-

The Hobbit: An Extraordinary Journey

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is the title of the first film in Peter Jackson’s trilogy, which is added this month to the platform’s extensive catalog. Based on the novel by JRR Tolkien, the story introduces us to the hobbit Bilbo Bolson (Martin Freeman), on his exciting journey to reclaim the kingdom of Erebor, which is now in the hands of the dragon Smaug. The powerful wizard Gandalf plays a fundamental role in his mission.

Premiere: 1st of July

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

The second installment of The Hobbit will also be available on Netflix starting next week. Bilbo remains in debt to the dwarves, and must do everything possible to reach the human settlement of Lake City, but also to enter the lair where the fearsome Smaug keeps his most precious treasure.

Premiere: 1st of July

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

Of course, the third and final part of The Hobbit trilogy, The Battle of the Five Armies, also hits the platform next week. Once Bilbo has achieved his purpose, darkness invades all of Middle-earth with the return of Sauron, the dark lord, and his entourage of orcs. To fight with them and save their home, dwarves, elves and humans must unite in a single army.

Premiere: 1st of July

Before you

Another of the movies that you can see on Netflix from July is the drama Before You, starring Emilia Clarke and Sam Claflin. The story revolves around Will, a young businessman who, after suffering a traffic accident, is left in a wheelchair. His new situation, added to the return to his hometown, have caused Will to lose the illusion to live, and has even considered taking his own life. His way of seeing things changes radically when Lou, a young woman with whom he creates a special connection, enters his life.

Premiere: 1st of July

Late Night

Premiere: 1st of July

Revenge is served cold

Premiere: July 1

Nureyev

Premiere: 1st of July

Fastest

Premiere: 1st of July

Say yes

Premiere: 1st of July

Final decision

Premiere: July 1

Nina naked

Premiere: 1st of July

The story of Ahanna

Premiere: July 2nd

Malasaña 32

Premiere: 3rd of July

The occupant

Premiere: 3rd of July

Heroes in hell

Premiere: July 4th

Henry’s Secret Book

Premiere: July 4th

The magic of the island

Premiere: July 7th

Fellini: I’m a clown

Premiere: July 7th

The revolution of the single women

Premiere: July 9th

Hitting the mark 3

Premiere: July 20th

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Netflix: Movie Releases in July 2021 – Movie News