Every new movie and TV show on Amazon Prime in September 2015Amazon is getting a rough and tumble original series starring Ron Perlman, some new horror offerings and plenty of family movies, too.
Rod Perlman, Big Bird, Michael Myers and more coming up. [MUSIC] Hey, everybody and welcome to Netpicks. This is your resource to finding out what's coming and going online in the world of video. We just found out every movie and TV show hitting Amazon prime instant video in September, so let's get to it. There's a brand new Amazon original series that looks really intriguing. Starting September 4, watch Hand of God starring Ron Perlman. It's the story of a judge who becomes a vigilante. It looks dark, gritty, and violent. And you know I'm gonna watch it. Speaking of intriguing, Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter hit Amazon Prime on the 10th of September. It's the story of a Japanese woman who finds a copy of the movie Fargo. And since its a treasure map, there's a story I haven't heard before. For the kids, check out Little Giants on the first of September or Stuart Little on the third. For the kid in all of us, the documentary I am Big Bird, the Carol Spinney story arrives on amazon on the fifth of September. And the movie I will likely watch because I sometimes have odd tastes in movies Is DeliMan. No this isn't staring Nick Cage, but it's gonna be available for streaming on September 5th. And it's a documentary on delicatessens in the United States. It is also the movie that is most likely to make me want a pastrami sandwich. Horror fans, add these movies to your watch list in September, to have handy for when Halloween rolls around in October. Rob Zombie's 2007 remark of Halloween, starts streaming on September 21st. The Blair Witch Project, the movie that made found footage horror movies a genre, becomes available on September 1st. Book of Shadows Blair Witch 2 also starts streaming on the 1st as well, I hear it puts the horr in horrible. [NOISE] Wait, that's not a word. Here's everything hitting Amazon Prime in September, and I'm really sorry about that joke. For that full list that is updated whenever we get new information, check out cnet.com/netpicks. I'm Iyaz [UNKNOWN] and I'll see you next time. [SOUND]