What’s leaving Netflix UK in September / October 2022?
James R | On 22, Sep 2022
With the nights drawing in, it’s the perfect season to be camped out on your sofa in front of Netflix, but before you start loading up your next box set, don’t miss some gems slipping away into the long, dark evening of the digital void, as their rights expire and they depart the streaming service.
This is your last chance to stream the following on Netflix UK:
Man of Steel – 25th September
Moments of awe descend into messy, empty spectacle in this uneven modern take on Superman.
The High Note – 29th September
A winning cast and strong soundtrack give this music industry comedy an enjoyably upbeat groove.
PAW Patrol – 29th September
Six heroic puppies are led by a tech-savvy 10-year-old in this animated series that parents will need no introduction to.
Spider-Man: Homecoming – 29th September
Tom Holland slings webs like he was born to do it in this hugely entertaining superhero flick. Watch out for the other Spidey flicks slinging their way off the site in the coming weeks.
The Sparks Brothers – 30th September
Edgar Wright’s entertaining music documentary is a giddily enthusiastic love letter from an energetic fan.
Saving Private Ryan – 30th September
Steven Spielberg’s war movie is a milestone of the modern genre.
Schindler’s List – 30th September
Spielberg’s masterpiece is beautifully made, disturbing and vital cinema.
Rocks (2019) – 30th September
This refreshing ensemble piece is a funny, sensitive, sincere tale of friendship and resilience.
Kung Fu Hustle – 30th September
Stephen Chow directs and stars in this hugely entertaining martial arts thriller about a mobster in 1940s China who longs to be as cool as the gang who rule Hong Kong, but can only pretend.
A Beautiful Mind – 30th September
Russell Crowe is superb in this moving drama about mathematician John Nash.
Contagion – 30th September
Steven Soderbergh’s medical thriller is a gripping but harrowing watch.
Cast Away – 30th September
Dawn of the Dead (2004) – 30th September
Zack Snyder’s debut feature reimagines Romero as a visceral, amped-up apocalypse in the shadow of 9/11.
Fight Club – 30th September
David Fincher’s instant classic is at once timeless and a product of its time.
Halloween (1978) – 30th September
Raw, unsettling and finely tuned for suspense, this John Carpenter’s iconic thriller is a cornerstone of horror cinema.
Heat (1995) – 30th September
Michael Mann’s iconic actioner is an influential masterpiece on multiple fronts.
Hello, My Name Is Doris – 30th September
A wonderful film of many laughs, a few cries and lots of smiling long after the credits.
The King of Staten Island – 30th September
Pete Davidson takes centre stage in this semi-biographical exploration of grief.
Fargo (2017) – 8th October
This anthology inspired by the Coen brothers’ darkly entertaining noir is a brand new and brilliant crime thriller in its own right.
Joker (2019) – 10th October
Joaquin Phoenix delivers a chillingly intense turn in this dark portrait of the comic book villain.
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend – 13th October
Each episode of this intelligently funny series is a perfectly formed musical in its own right.
Other titles leaving Netflix UK in September / October 2022:
Under the Eiffel Tower
VeggieTales in the House
Zulu Man in Japan
The Emoji Movie
Cultivating the Seas: History and Future of the Full-Cycle Cultured Kindai Tuna
Noddy Toyland Detective
Peppa Pig: Festival of Fun
The Dark Tower
The Royal House of Windsor
About Last Night
The Amazing Spider-Man
Austin Powers in Goldmember
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me
Body of Lies
Company of Heroes
Dennis the Menace
The Diesel (El Diesel)
Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu
Equestria Girls: Tales of Canterlot High
Food Wars!: Shokugeki no Soma
Get Rich or Die Tryin’
Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance
Halloween III: Season of the Witch
Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers
The Haunting in Connecticut
Hotel Transylvania 2
House at the End of the Street
I Love You (Jag älskar dig – En skilsmässokomedi)
I’m Leaving Now (Ya Me Voy)
In Good Company
Journey of an African Colony
Julian Schnabel: A Private Portrait
Knight and Day
Lost & Found Music Studios
Love & Other Drugs
Love You To Death
Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana
Main, Meri Patni Aur Woh
Marley & Me
Monster High: Freaky Fusion
Mr & Mrs Smith (2005)
Mrs Brown’s Boys D’ Movie
My Friend Pinto
Naan Sigappu Manithan
Nowhere to Run
Pain & Gain
The Rite (2011)
Salam – The First ****** Nobel Laureate
Sommore: The Reign Continues
The Tax Collector
Theeya Velai Seyyanum Kumaru
The Treasure 2
Wake Up Sid
We Are Family
What’s Your Number?
The Women (2008)
Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa
Once Upon a Time in London
GEN HOSHINO STADIUM TOUR “POP VIRUS”
40 and Single
Top End Wedding
Beautiful Gong Shim
Don’t Dare to Dream (Jealousy Incarnate)
Monk Comes Down the Mountain
My Girlfriend Is a Gumiho
Secret Garden (2010)
What Happens in Vegas
You Are Beautiful
The Game Changers
With thanks to uk.newonnetflix.info for some of the information.