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The third season of Transparent comes to Amazon Prime in September.


The third season of Transparent comes to Amazon Prime in September.



September is a busy month for Amazon's original television shows, including the third season of the critically acclaimed Transparent and new series by director Woody Allen and comedian Tig Notaro. Yet there's also plenty of new movies being added, including classics by Michael Cimino and Stanley Kubrick and great new ones including The Witch and Sicario. For a full list, read below:

Sep. 1
2001 Maniacs
Any Given Sunday

Apollo 13
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me
Breakheart Pass
The Broken
Butterfly Effect 3: Revelations
Crazy Eights
Dark Ride
The Deaths of Ian Stone
The Devil Inside 
Dying Breed
Eight Men Out
Food, Inc.
The Four Feathers
From Within
Full Metal Jacket
Fun Size
Good Will Hunting
Heaven's Gate

With the recent death of The Deer Hunter director Michael Cimino, there's no better time to revisit his far more divisive follow-up Heaven's Gate. The epic was a commercial and critical disaster in its time and considered by some to be the death knoll of the '70s independent film movement, but in recent years has come to be thought of as a neglected masterpiece.
Imagine That
Interview with a Vampire
Jeff, Who Lives at Home
Lake Dead
Man on Wire
The Mechanic
Mr. Majesty
Mulberry Street
Nightmare Man
Out of Time
Pusher I
Pusher II: With Blood on My Hands
Pusher III: I'm the Angel of Death
Roman Holiday
Scary Movie 2
The Secret of NIMH
The Spiderwick Chronicles
The Thaw
Theater of Blood
To the Wonder
United States of Leland
Young Adult

Sep. 2
Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse
The Stinky & Dirty Show
(Season 1)
Sep. 3
Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension
Sep. 5
Doctor Who (Season 9)
Sep. 9
Basic Instinct 2: Risk Addiction
(Season 1)
One Mississippi (Season 1)
When Tig Notaro was simultaneously diagnosed with breast cancer, had her mom die and ended a long-term relationship, she decided to chronicle it in the stunning stand-up special Live, as well as the Netflix documentary Tig. Now she's switched to Amazon for this semi-autobiographical series about a woman returning home after her mother's death, with Notaro collaborating with Juno and Young Adult screenwriter Diablo Cody.
Sep. 10
Knock Knock
Sep. 12
Bigger, Stronger, Faster
Cocaine Cowboys 
Drillbit Taylor

Sep. 15
Black Death
Ghosthunters on Icy Trails

Sep. 16
Creative Galaxy (Season 2)
Fleabag (Season 1)
Schitt's Creek (Season 2)
Sep. 17
Captive (2015)
The Witch 
The wide release of The Witch, while gratifying to see for such a great film, may have backfired by irritating all those expecting a typical jump scare horror movie. Those willing to watch something different will be immensely rewarded by Robert Eggers' incredibly eerie, atmospheric film about a New England Puritan family convinced they are in the presence of a witch.
Sep. 18
American Gothic (Season 1)
Sep. 19
Jiro Dreams of Sushi
Shadow Dancer

Sep. 20
Serena (2016)
Sep. 23
Denis Villeneuve will have an even larger profile with the release of his new sci-fi film Arrival in November and his Blade Runner sequel next year, but last year's cartel thriller Sicario is where he first captured many people's attention. Villeneuve's direction, Hell or Highwater screenwriter Taylor Sheridan's script, Roger Deakins' cinematography and Benicio Del Toro and Emily Blunt's performances all made for an incredibly sturdy genre piece.
Transparent (Season 3)
Jill Soloway's series about a family whose former patriarch has come out as transgender (played by Jeffrey Tambor) has been Amazon's greatest television success so far, winning Emmys and Golden Globes for Tambor's performance and best comedy. Now the show will come back for a third season, which follows the family's ongoing adventures, including a cruise to Mexico.
Sep. 24
Sep. 26
180 South
Conan O'Brien Can't Stop
District 13 - Ultimatum 
District B13 

Sep. 27
No Place on Earth
Sep. 28
Sep. 30
Crisis in Six Scenes (Season 1)

[Last modified: Thursday, September 22, 2016 3:31pm]


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