Having spent the last few weeks watching every festive film in Netflix’s back catalogue, many of us are on the hunt for something new. Whether you're searching for a film to soothe the stress of heading back to work or looking for a series to see you through the cold winter nights ahead, Netflix has plenty of new titles heading your way this January.
If you're searching for more dramatic features, there are plenty of those on offer, too, with a series of star-studded films, movies based on bestselling books and nostalgic TV shows all heading to the platform this month. And if it’s foreign films you're after, you're also in luck, with a range of new and exciting projects from Germany, Turkey and India taking centre stage this January.
To take a peek at the new additions to the Netflix catalogue for the month ahead, click through the upcoming slides...
If you are going to release a documentary about decluttering, 1st January is the perfect time to do it. With the excess of Christmas often leaving a sour taste in our mouths come the New Year, a lot of us decide it’s time to get rid of possessions. This documentary aims to show the transformative power of minimalism, following two friends as they go from mass consumers to minimalists. If you liked Marie Kondo, this design documentary is for you.
Fans of the Headspace app will be happy to know that the guided meditation tech is now getting its shining moment on the big screen. Developed by Headspace’s cofounder, this animated series has eight episodes in total, each of which delves into the benefits and techniques related to mindfulness and meditation. Touching on subjects such as stress and sleep, each 20-minute episode ends with a guided meditation to help bring some calm and relaxation to your day.
Based on Academy Award-winning director Bong Joon Ho's film of the same name, Snowpiercer is a dystopian thriller for the ages. Following Earth's last surviving humans as they live onboard a giant train, the second series looks to continue its discussion about class inequality, delving into the rising tensions between the uber-rich and working-classes.