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Read More: 9 Indie Tearjerkers Now Streaming on Netflix With summer heating up and humidity on the rise, Netflix is offering a handful of new titles to keep indoor streaming as relaxed and enjoyable as ever. This July, new titles featuring A-list stars like Jennifer Lawrence, Bradley Cooper and Angelina Jolie are making their way onto the streaming platform, as are some new cult classics and genre favorites. Check out all of the July additions to Netflix below, plus Indiewire's picks on what to stream. Available 7/1 "Alive" (1993) "Bulworth" (1998) "Grandma's Boy" (2006) "Hostage" (2005) "Piglet's Big Movie" (2003) "Saw V" (2008) "Set Fire to the Stars" (2014) "Shooting Fish" (1997) "The Secret of Roan Inish" (1994) "Underworld: Evolution" (2006) Available 7/4 "Faults" (2014) Available 7/9 "Serena" (2015) Available 7/14 "Goodbye to All That" »
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If you want to see the new horror film, "Creep," about a videographer who answers an ad on Craigslist and soon finds the assignment is not what it seems, it's available only on Netflix. Writer-director Mark Duplass stars in the film, which is available to stream on July 14.
Also new on Netflix in July: The latest Chris Tucker comedy special, the critically panned Jennifer Lawrence period film "Serena," Spike Lee's "Da Sweet Blood of Jesus," and the thriller "The Guest" (starring "Downton Abbey's" Dan Stevens).
You can also catch up with the final seasons of "Glee" and "White Collar."
Below is a full rundown of what's new on Netflix in July 2015, provided by Netflix. As always, all titles and dates are subject to change. We've also got you covered in terms of what's leaving Netflix in July 2015.
Available July 1
"An Honest Liar" (2014)
"Bad Hair Day" (2015)
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