Here comes the sun, as living rooms across the UK drawn back the curtains to welcome in June. But while there’s fun to be had outside underneath those clear blue skies, the sun also spells danger – not just of sunburn, but also of being distracted from catching several gems before they depart Netflix UK.
From computing icons and bone-crunching action to an underrated slice of zombie horror (featuring a pre-Doctor Who Peter Capaldi as a Doctor in the World Health Organisation), this is your last chance to stream the following:
Steve Jobs – 20th May
Danny Boyle’s biopic of the computing genius offers a gripping, moving insight into the man behind Apple’s success.
John Wick – 20th May
“People keep asking if I’m back and I haven’t really had an answer. But now, yeah, I’m thinking I’m back!”
World War Z – 20th May
This Brad Pitt-starring zombie flick has become known for its uneven CGI and disjointed final act, but the movie’s adrenaline-fuelled rush for survival makes World War Z an underrated spectacle.
Cartel Land – 22nd May
This exposé of the Mexican drug war and the cartels that operate around the Mexico/US border is blisteringly good stuff.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens – 22nd May
“Chewie… we’re home.”
Other titles leaving Netflix UK in May and June 2018:
Oddball and the Penguins
A Girl Like Her
The Man Who Ate Himself to Death
David and Goliath
Krampus: The Christmas Devil
The Ouija Experiment
Ouija Experiment 2: The Ouija Resurrection
Stranger Than Fiction
The White King
Australia’s Deadliest Destinations
Australia’s Deadliest Sea Creatures
Danger Down Under
Gary: Tank Commander
Bob Ross: Beauty Is Everywhere
Eisenhower’s Secret War
For Love of Liberty
Lockup: Disturbing the Peace
My Babsitter’s a Vampire
Raja Rsoi Aur Anya Kahaniyan
Road to Victory
Stories by Rabindranath Tagore
With thanks to uk.newonnetflix.info for some of the information.