What’s to watch on Netflix?

  • 28 Jan - 03 Feb, 2023
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A new month looms on the horizon which means lots of new movies coming to Netflix! Here are our top picks of the best and most anticipated new movies that are due to hit your screen in Pakistan this month

The Invitation
Coming to Netflix: January, 28th

Starring Nathalie Emmanuel, Thomas Doherty, and Stephanie Corneliussen, the new horror is about a woman who takes a DNA test and discovers a long-lost cousin. She’s invited to a lavish wedding, but not all is what it seems, and she is thrust into hell.

True Spirit
Coming to Netflix: February, 03rd

True Spirit follows the story of an Australian girl who made news as the youngest person ever to sail solo around the world. It chronicles the remarkable voyage embarked on by a sixteen-year-old girl, Jessica Watson, who risks everything, including her life, to fulfill her ambition of sailing nonstop across the world on her own. It's a film of love, hope, and survival. Jessica Watson traveled some of the world's most isolated waters, surviving seven knockdowns and 210 days at sea alone. At the end of her journey, she was received by the Australian Prime Minister of the time, who called her an Australian hero.

Coming to Netflix: February, 03rd

Adapted from the global hit Spanish series, Elite, the forthcoming show on Netflix, Class is expected to be an engaging, edgy, coming-of-age thriller. It features a dynamic, young ensemble cast that includes Gurfateh Pirzada, Anjali Sivaraman, Ayesha Kanga, Chayan Chopra, Chintan Rachchh, Cwaayal Singh, Madhyama Segal, Moses Koul, Naina Bhan, Piyush Khati and Zeyn Shaw. The trailer of the show recently hit the tube and triggered curiosity among audiences as it takes you into the world of an elite school with secrets, mishaps, and mayhem.

Dark October
Coming to Netflix: February, 03rd

On October 5th, 2012, four young men, Ugonna Obuzor, Lloyd Toku, Chiadika Biringa, and Tekena Elkanah, were falsely accused of theft in the community of Aluu, in Obio/Akpor local government area, Rivers State, Nigeria. The innocent students of the University of Port Harcourt were then brutally lynched. This tragic event shook the nation and brought attention to the issue of extrajudicial killings in Nigeria. Dark October, directed by award-winning Nigerian filmmaker, Toka McBaror, will bring to life the story of four young men and the events leading up to their tragic deaths. It will also delve into the aftermath of the lynching and the impact it had on their families, friends, and the community.