It’s time for one last Netflix binge before spring rolls in! If you’re looking to spend this weekend indoors, whether it be to ride out the rest of the winter weather or you're just in need of a good rest, this streaming platform has you covered. There are so many newly released Netflix original movies ready to stream that can keep you occupied for days.
From horror to comedy, and even documentaries, these past few months have been full of releases for all types of audiences.
Grab your favourite snack, cuddle underneath your warmest blanket, and get ready for a weekend of TLC with these 11 new Netflix Canada hits.
To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You
Rating: 74% on Rotten Tomatoes
The second installment in the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before series was released back on February 12 and had fans deciding between either team Peter and team John Ambrose.
After a chaotic fake-dating run, Lara Jean is finally in a steady relationship with Peter Kavinsky. However, what happens when she gets to know another recipient of one of her childhood love letters.
Girl on the Third Floor
Rating: 81% on Rotten Tomatoes
Girl on the Third Floorwas released on Netflix back in October of 2019, however, it’s gory and thrilling plot twists will spook you no matter the time of year.
When a man attempts to renovate an old house for the upcoming arrival of his firstborn, he soon realizes the house has a history and it’s not exactly pleasant.
Rating: 36% on Rotten Tomatoes
Starring Ryan Reynolds, this action film follows six different people, with different skills who are aiming to start a new life by erasing their pasts.
The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez
Rating: 100% on Rotten Tomatoes
The 8-year-old boy abused and eventually murdered by his parents swept California in a tragic storm back in 2013. Now, in this new Netflix original, Brian Knappenberger is reopening the case and investigating into what Gabriel Fernandez really went through in his short life.
Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez
Rating: 73% on Rotten Tomatoes
The official synopsis reads, “via interviews with friends, players and insiders, this docuseries examines how Aaron Hernandez went from an NFL star to a convicted killer.”
Rating: 39% on Rotten Tomatoes
Starring Mark Whalberg, this action film follows a man named Spenser who happens to be an ex-cop and an ex-con. He sets out to reveal what Netflix describes as a “sinister conspiracy” that involves the mystery behind the deaths of two Boston officers.
All the Bright Places
Rating: 68% on Rotten Tomatoes
Elle Fanning stars alongside Justice Smith and Luke Wilson in this teen rom-com. Two young adults fall in love on a trip across Indiana as they heal one another’s personal struggles and form an unbreakable bond.
Rating: 93% on Rotten Tomatoes
Taylor Swift laid out her entire story for fans to see in this 2020 documentary. The 1 hour and 25-minute film showcases the singer accepting her role as an artist and a woman while finding power in both.
Rating: 71% on Rotten Tomatoes
Horse Girl circles around the concept of one young lady's lucid dreams overlapping with her everyday life.
A Fall From Grace
Rating: 19% on Rotten Tomatoes
Tyler Perry took a break from his iconic Madea comedies to bring Netflix this intense drama.
When widow Grace confesses to murdering her husband, a lawyer untrustworthy of her story works to find out the real truth behind his death.
The Last Thing He Wanted
Rating: 6% on Rotten Tomatoes
Elena McMahon quits her job covering the United States presidential election in 1984 in order to take care of her father following her mother’s sudden death. She finds herself in the position of an arms dealer for the Government after taking over her father’s position. She’s thrust into a world of spies, military personnel, and an off the grid island she’s forced to visit.