Biggest Movies on UK Streaming Services in September 2023

There are some great movies coming to UK streaming services this month, including The Little Mermaid on Disney+, Scream VI on Now TV, and Evil Dead Rise on Netflix.

Below is a rundown of all the biggest movie releases that are available to stream this September.

Let us know which movies you will be watching in the comments below.


Movies like Babylon

Babylon (2022)

Release Date: September 1

Where To Watch: Paramount Plus

Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, and Olivia Wilde star in this sprawling tale of excess set in Hollywood during the roaring ’20s when cinema was transitioning from silent to sound movies. Damien Chazzelle’s film traces the rise and fall of several ambitious dreamers during this era of unbridled decadence and depravity, including Robbie’s “it girl” Nellie LaRoy who uses more than her natural talents to rise to fame.


Tár (2022)

Release Date: September 1

Where To Watch: Now TV

In Todd Field’s powerful movie, Cate Blanchett gives a magnificent performance as Lydia Tár, a renowned conductor for the Berlin Philharmonic, who is accused of sexual misconduct.

Field wields his baton with effortless ease to give us a performance-driven movie that was deservedly nominated for several Oscars but disappointingly went home with nothing. Don’t let that put you off this breathtaking piece of cinema!


The Little Mermaid (2023)

Release Date: September 6

Where To Watch: Disney+

Not every live-action remake of Disney’s animated classics has been worthwhile but The Little Mermaid is better than most. In our review of the film, we said “the human characters have a lot more depth than those in the original” and called it a “great one-time watch.” The weak special effects let the film down though, so while it’s an entertaining movie, it does contain the CGI problems that marred some of the other Disney remakes. It’s still worth a watch though, especially for younger viewers.


Scream VI (2023)

Release Date: September 8

Where To Watch: Now TV

Originality is in short supply in this latest installment in the Scream franchise but it’s still fairly enjoyable, even if it’s not quite as good as Wes Craven’s original movie that subverted the well-worn tropes found within the slasher genre.

In this new movie, the survivors of the last batch of Woodboro killings relocate to New York. But surprise surprise, Ghostface is not too far behind. Who’s beneath the mask? We aren’t telling!


Sitting In Bars With Cake (2023)

Release Date: September 8

Where To Watch: Amazon Prime Video

This new romantic movie based on the book by Audrey Shulman tells the story of Jane, a shy single woman who struggles to meet men. After baking a cake for a friend’s birthday, which she takes into a bar, she suddenly finds herself surrounded by men. Is cake really the way to a man’s heart? It certainly seems that way, so Jane bakes more cakes in the hopes of finding her true love!

Yara Shahidi, Odessa A’zion, Bette Midler, Ron Livingston, Maia Mitchell and Aaron Dominguez star in this baking-themed romcom.


80 For Brady (2023)

Release Date: September 9

Where To Watch: Now TV/Paramount Plus

Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda, Sally Field, and Rita Moreno star in this ‘inspired by a true story’ movie about four best friends (and New England Patriots fans) who take a life-changing trip to the Super Bowl L1 to catch a glimpse of their hero, Tom Brady. Chaos ensues!


A Million Miles Away (2023)

Release Date: September 15

Where To Watch: Amazon Prime Video

Based on the real-life story of NASA flight engineerJosé Hernández, this movie stars Michael Pena as a proud migrant farm worker who fulfils his wish of travelling into space after embarking on a decades-long journey from a rural village in Michoacán, Mexico, to the fields of San Joaquin Valley, to more than 200 miles above the Earth in the International Space Station.


Knock At The Cabin (2023)

Release Date: September 15

Where To Watch: Now TV

The premise of this movie plays closely to the home invasion thrillers we have seen before but in true M. Night Shyamalan fashion, it has a twist that you might not see coming.

The plot centres around a young girl and her two dads who are vacationing at their family cabin. But their peaceful time together is interrupted by a group of armed strangers (including Dave Bautista) who arrive at their vacation home with an ominous warning about an impending apocalypse.


Evil Dead Rise (2023)

Release Date: September 21

Where To Watch: Netflix

This next instalment in the Evil Dead franchise doesn’t take place in a cabin in the woods. This time around, the setting is an apartment building which is the home to single mother Ellie and her three children. When she is reunited with her estranged sister, all hell breaks loose (quite literally), when the flesh-possessing demons known as the Deadites are unleashed back into our world.


Cassandro (2023)

Release Date: September 22

Where To Watch: Amazon Prime Video

This biographical movie follows the true story of Saúl Armendáriz, aka Cassandro, a gay amateur wrestler from El Paso who rose to international stardom.

Gael Garcia Bernal takes the lead role as the wrestler who triumphed in the macho world of Lucha Libre while embracing his true self.


No One Will Save You (2023)

Release Date: September 22

Where To Watch: Disney+

This new sci-fi movie from Love and Monsters writer Brian Duffield centres on Brynn, an anxiety-ridden young woman, who has something new to worry about when her home is invaded by alien intruders. What follows is an action-packed face-off between Brynn and these extraterrestrial beings.


Spy Kids: Armageddon (2023)

Release Date: September 22

Where To Watch: Netflix

Zachary Levi (Shazam) stars in this new instalment in the Spy Kids franchise from director Robert Rodriguez. The last entry in the series – Spy Kids 4: All the Time in the World – was less than spectacular, so here’s hoping this movie, which details the adventures of two new junior spies, lives up to the entertaining original.


The Angry Black Girl and Her Monster (2023)

Release Date: September 22

Where To Watch: Shudder

Inspired by Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, this fantasy horror stars Layla DeLeon Hayes (The Equalizer) as Vicaria, a brilliant teenager who tries to bring her dead brother back to life after he is violently murdered. What could possibly go wrong?


Marcel the Shell with Shoes On (2022)

Release Date: September 23

Where To Watch: Now TV

Jenny Slate, Isabella Rossellini, and Thomas Mann are among the voice cast of this imaginative animated tale about Marcel, an adorable, 1-inch-tall shell who wins millions of passionate fans after a documentary filmmaker posts a short film about him online.


Flora and Son (2023)

Release Date: September 29

Where To Watch: Apple TV+

Irish director John Carney has a fascination with music and song, as evidenced by his previous movies – Once, Begin Again, and Sing Street. His latest movie follows a similar beat, telling the story of Flora (Eva Hewson), a struggling single mom, who sees music as a way to keep her rebellious son Max (Orén Kinlan) out of trouble.

This touching tale has scored highly with critics so is definitely worth a look, be that on Apple’s streaming service or at the cinema, when it gets a big screen release a week before its streaming debut.


65 (2023)

Release Date: September 29

Where To Watch: Now TV

From Scott Beck and Bryan Woods (the writers of A Quiet Place), comes this recent sci-fi thriller starring Adam Driver as a pilot who crashes lands on Earth millions of years in the past at a time when the planet is populated by dinosaurs! He must make his way through a dangerous terrain riddled with these prehistoric creatures in an epic fight for survival.


Assassin Club (2023)

Release Date: September 30

Where To Watch: Now TV

After Henry Golding’s assassin character is given a contract to kill seven people around the world, he discovers his targets are assassins who have been hired to kill him! The scene is set for an action-packed thrillfest…or so you would imagine!

This subpar John Wick clone was dead on arrival when it landed in cinemas due to the negative response from critics who considered the movie to be incompetent and boring!


Which movies are you most looking forward to in September? Let us know in the comments below.

 

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