It's getting cold out there people, so I'm sure you'll be looking to Netflix this November for some of 2014's best, and maybe even some great classics! This month has Nikita Season 4, Snowpiercer, some new It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and even an old Schwarzenegger classic, Total Recall!
Let's take a look a look at a few things that lie in store for this cold November (unless you live in Florida, then it's like...what...80, 85? Ridiculous).
Nikita Season 4 - 22nd November
Three months after being accused of president Kathleen Spencer's murder, Nikita continues her run in Canada. She takes some seriously exciting new turns in this series as she wonders who she can trust in this exciting new season!
If you haven't started watching this exciting show, the series focuses on [Nikita](series:803599) (Maggie Q), a woman who escaped from a secret government-funded organisation known as Division and, after a three-year hiding period, is back to bring them down!
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia Season 9
The hilarious series that follows the exploits of "The Gang", a group of self-centred friends who run Paddy's Pub, a relatively unsuccessful Irish bar in South Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, gets its ninth season on Netflix this month. This season we'll see Dee give her stand-up comedy career another shot, the gang tangle with issues of gun control and even see a flu epidemic!
Be sure to check it out if you're a fan of [It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia](series:722502)!
Snowpiercer - November 22nd
Bong Joon-ho's first English-language film was one of the summer's biggest sleeper hits, but the reviews were startling! This film holds a 95% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes and stars Tilda Swinton and Chris Evans. Now it's hitting streaming just in time for Thanksgiving. Set aboard a train that's carrying the last remnants of the human race, [Snowpiercer](movie:35044)'s brilliantly designed dystopia offers both the best action scenes of the year and all the Marxist social critique your uncle can handle.
Also just give this a try, it's a great title to sing the Goldfinger theme song to...told you ;)
Revisit a Classic With Total Recall
No, this is not the Colin Farrell one, but the old and completely insane Arnold Schwarzenegger one! Paul Verhoeven's very loose adaptation of a Philip K. Dick story takes the future governor of Calfornia to Mars, where he encounters a secret conspiracy and a underground resistance movement. The film's ground breaking special effects made it one of the most expensive films of its day.
Naturally, it has aged rather unusually, with the likes of women with three breasts featuring in the film...hmm...but if you're a fan of old Arnie, you should check out Total Recall!