New Netflix Arrivals Coming This Month (with trailers) – Here is our TOP 5

Here is a short list of some films and tv shows that are hitting Netflix this December.

South Korean zombie series, dystopian Japanese sci-fi, post apocalyptic George Clooney drama and mindless violence. Netflix have certainly got some exciting new arrivals this December.

SWEET HOME – 18th December (SERIES)

If any country in the world can do the zombie genre justice then it’s South Korea. And just like the fantastic, Kingdom, this new series breathes life back into the undead giving us a more Lovecraftian type vibe than your typical flesh-eating zombie.

Sweet Home is a new 10-part South Korean live-action zombie series. It is based on a webtoon of the same name.

The series focuses on a recluse man that joins forces with his neighbours in his apartment block when a virus turns people into “savage monsters”.

THE MIDNIGHT SKY – 23rd December (FILM)

George Clooney directs and stars in a post apocalyptic tale. The world is experiencing an unknown catastrophe. Augustine, a lonely scientist must warn a group of astronauts and prevent them from coming back to earth.

Based on the book Good Morning, Midnight by Lily Brooks-Dalton


A new Netflix series from Japan. 3 gamers find themselves in an empty wasteland Tokyo. They are trapped and forced to participate in a deadly game to survive.

Based on a Manga of the same name from 2014-2015


A new 4-part Netflix original documentary that delves deep into the crimes of Peter Sutcliffe, a Jack the Ripper inspired serial killer who stalked the North of England in the late 1970s.

SPREE – 31st December (FILM)

Spree doesn’t look to be for everyone. It is for fans of shaky-cam, found footage type filming.

A guy called Kurt uses a Uber-like service and goes on a killing spree and streams everything live to try and achieve fame and notoriety.

That’s it for this list, I hope you have found some new content to watch. As always, thanks for reading.

Article by GG
Founder/Owner/BigCheese @ Moviehooker

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