This Week’s New Releases on Netflix UK (30th March 2018)

Another week has passed and, in case you missed our social media feeds, we’re here to give you the run down on this week’s additions just in time for your weekend binge sessions. Here we will give you our top picks as well as a full list of everything added to the streaming service in the last week. So here are our top pics from this week’s additions on Netflix UK:

First up we have the great thriller Nightcrawler which sees Louis Bloom, a con-man, enter the world of crime journalism by heading around the streets of Los Angeles to film fires, car crashes, murders and other newsworthy items. But things change when Louis blurs the line between observer and participant to become the star of his own story. Korean crime/action movie The Villainess was also added this week and sees a trained assassin start a 10-year service as a sleeper agent for a government’s secret organisation in exchange for her freedom.

Two Marvel movies have been popular additions this week with my personal all-time Marvel favourite Captain America: The Winter Soldier along with the more recent Captain America: Civil War – perfect for catching up ahead of Infinity War’s release next month.

If you like emotional movies then make sure you give Bridge to Terabithia a watch – it’s based on the book of the same name. In the film, Jesse befriends a new girl Leslie and they begin to create their imaginary world ‘Terabithia’ with ogres, giants and various creatures. They rule their fantasy land as king and queen and when tragedy strikes, their powerful friendship helps them to overcome the situation.

Action/comedy The Other Guys is another great addition this week; starring Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg as two police desk workers, they finally manage to get their big break and a chance to tackle real police work. For horror fans there is The Other Side of the Door which sees a desperate mother carry out an ancient ritual in order to contact her dead son.

James Acaster has a new stand-up comedy series added this week too. James Acaster: Repertoire is made up of four live shows – Recognise, Represent, Reset and Recap – with the final show tying the previous three together. We also have new weekly episodes of Suits season 7b that will be added every Thursday and the second season of A Series of Unfortunate Events.

There have also been lots of Netflix Originals added today too which you can read about on our separate post.

Read on for the full list of this week’s additions:

15 New Movies Streaming on Netflix UK:

Birdshot (2016)
Bridge to Terabithia (2007) – Streaming Again
Captain America: Civil War (2016)
Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014) – Streaming Again
The Collector (1965)
First Match (2018)
God of War (2017)
Happy Anniversary (2018)
The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (2015)
Nightcrawler (2014)
The Other Guys (2010) – Streaming Again
The Other Side of the Door (2016)
Prisoners (2013)
Sofía Niño de Rivera: Selección Natural (2018)
The Villainess (2017)

4 New Documentaries Streaming on Netflix UK:

Bobby Sands: 66 Days (2016)
The China Hustle (2017)
Rapture (2018)
Red Trees (2017)

8 New TV Series Streaming on Netflix UK:

A Series of Unfortunate Events (2017) [Season 2 Added]
Hyori’s Bed & Breakfast [Hyorine Minbak] (2018) [Season 2 Added – New Episode Every Thursday]
James Acaster: Repertoire (2018) [Collection 1 Added]
Men on a Mission [A Hyung I Know ] (2018) [Season 3 Added]
Reboot: The Guardian Code (2018) [Season 1 Added]
Rishta.com (2010) [Season 1 Added]
Suits (2018) [Season 7b Added – New Episode Every Thursday]
Trailer Park Boys (2017) [Season 12 Added]

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13 thoughts on “This Week’s New Releases on Netflix UK (30th March 2018)

    1. New On Netflix UK ok so on the other Netflix page where it lists hundreds of new titles that have gone up on Netflix, which includes House and Lost, which country does that relate to? Ether way, UK always seems to get the most rubbish stuff on there, compared to other countries

    2. Lots of whingers on here.
      If your not happy then come off Netflix.
      Myself personally I think the choice is fantastic.
      Not enough hours in the day to watch everything..

      P.s.

      Do you think Netflix is really bothered if you decide to leave ha ha ha.

    3. You said two shows were on US Netflix that weren’t. There’s a difference between having a valid opinion and talking out of your arse and generalizing. Just my opinion, etcetera.

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