Hulu movies coming in September
September is such a magical time of year. The trees turn, brightly colored school supplies decorate the shelves of stores across the country, sugary Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Lattes make their triumphant return, and people start to give serious consideration to Halloween costume plans. Above it all looms the spectre of Disney Plus like a demon that manifests only when you say its name.
Before Disney permanently changes our media landscape, Netflix, Hulu, HBO, and Amazon still have a few new offerings to provide. Drama, comedy, documentaries – it’s all here, and it’s all bingeable . . . and way better than wandering around looking at some dumb trees or going to the store to purchase some dumb school supplies.
We’ve compiled all the movies coming to Hulu in September to watch while hiding from the seasons changing.
27 Dresses (2008)
Katherine Heigl’s character is always the bridesmaid, never the bride – twenty-seven times to be exact. In this romcom, Jane has been a bridesmaid numerous times, but is finally reaching breaking point when the man she has been secretly in love with is marrying the wrong person: her sister.
50 First Dates (2004)
Lucy (Drew Barrymore) lives to repeat one day over and over again. Henry (Adam Sandler) is afraid of commitment until he finds Lucy and thinks he has found his ideal woman. That is, until she forgets him the very next day.
A Dog and Pony Show (2018)
A circus performing dog gets left behind when the show leaves town. Luck lands him a new home, but this vain dog now has to learn to get along well with others.
A Guy Thing (2003)
Having woken up in bed with a strange woman after his bachelor night, Paul assumes the worst and does everything he can to cover it up, with hilarious results.
A.R.C.H.I.E 2: Mission Impawsible (2003)
A robotic, flying, talking dog reaches fame when its owner runs away to join the circus.
After the Screaming Stops (2018)
Bros was one of the biggest bands in the world. In the 1980s, they sold out stadiums with their album going to number 1 in 20 countries. 28 years on, twins reunite and try to repair their fractured relationship.
Against the Wild 2: Survive the Serengeti (2016)
After a plane crash leaves them stranded in the African bush, two children and their dog must do whatever it takes in order to survive.
All Dogs Go to Heaven 2 (1996)
Beloved dogs Charlie and Itchy return to find Gabriel’s Horn when they stumble across a young boy who has run away from home and set out to help him find his way.
The Amityville Horror (1979)
Supernatural forces terrorize a family when they move into a new home. The house is not what is appears and actually was the scene of a mass murder. With the help of an exorcist, they endeavor to rid the house of its demons.
An Everlasting Piece (2000)
Rival hairpiece companies war with each other in Belfast during the 1980s. It is the mission of a group of friends to come up with creative sales techniques to compete with another toupee company.
Banking on Bitcoin (2016)
A documentary on the rise and fall – and rise again! – of the currency Bitcoin.
Basic Instinct (1992)
A crime novelist becomes a suspect when the murder of a rockstar traces back to her. She seduces the detective in charge and they engage in an intense relationship. Nick Curran gets more and more tangled up in the murder investiagtion, as his psychologist is also on the suspect list.
Bigfoot Country (2012)
Hikers tread into a territory which, unbeknownst to them, has already been claimed by the famous Bigfoot, now hot on their trail.
Blown Away (1992)
The daughter of a millionaire captures the hearts of two brothers (Corey Haim, Corey Feldman) and chaos ensues.
Breaking Away (1979)
Dreaming of competitive bike racing, Dave and his mates try to navigate life after high school. The group of friends is determined to make Dave’s dreams come true as they all embark on a quest to win the university’s annual bicycle endurance race.
The Chumscrubber (2005)
Billy has had enough of drug dealer Dean after a customer is found dead from prescription medication. He sets out to kidnap Dean’s brother – but doesn’t realize he has kidnapped the wrong boy.
The Cokeville Miracle (2015)
Based on a true story, a couple detonates a bomb inside a crowded classroom in a town in Wyoming.
The Cooler (2003)
William H. Macy stars as lonely Bernie, who’s unlucky and brings misfortune to those around him. Bernie works in a casino, so his boss is thrilled with that fact. However, when Bernie finds love with an attractive waitress, his luck begins to change – and his boss sets out to make things go back to the way they were.
The Dark Half (1993)
A Stephen King story comes to life in this adaptation centered around an author with the pseudonym George Stark. When people find out that George and Thad are the same person, Thad holds a mock funeral for George – but suddenly realizes that he is, in fact, real.
Demolition Man (2003)
A cop (Sylvester Stallone) and a thug (Wesley Snipes) are sentenced to a state of frozen incarceration when wrongly convicted of a crime. After being thawed 36 years later, the cop must apprehend the thug with help from another cop (Sandra Bullock).
Destiny Turns on the Radio (1995)
Breaking out of prison after three years for robbing a bank, Julian winds up nearly dying of thirst in the desert. Quentin Tarantino’s character Johnny Destiny turns up and offers Julian a ride, saving his life. So Julian sets out to get his money and his old flame.
Disturbing Behavior (1998)
James Marsden stars as Steve, a newcomer in the town of Cradle Bay. Not too long after arriving, he notices the strange and somewhat disturbing behaviors of those around him, including his classmates, so he sets out in search of the truth.
Doctor Dolittle (1998)
A classic family film, Doctor Dolittle (Eddie Murphy) as a child used to have the ability to talk to animals, and after a minor accident has regained that ability. But this may just be to his misfortune, as he is now ambushed by animals seeking help from the one man who can finally understand.
The Edge (1997)
A plane carrying a wealthy man known as Charles Morse crashes into Alaskan wilderness. Along with two other passengers, they trek through the landscape in hopes of finding civilization.
Gwyneth Paltrow stars in this adaptation of Jane Austen’s novel as Emma, a socialite who is on a mission of love and playing matchmaker for those around her. But will she find love for herself, or play Cupid forever?
Evil Dead (1981)
The first of a trilogy. A seemingly fun camping getaway takes a sinister turn when the campers come across a mysterious book which enables the dead to rise and causes those involved to fight for survival – or risk becoming the titular evil dead.
Evil Dead II (1987)
Ash returns and seemingly did not learn his lesson, as he decides to go to a cabin in the woods with his girlfriend, who suddenly becomes possessed when a tape is played which contains voices reading the Book of the Dead aloud.
Beloved Keanu Reeves stars as a police detective investigating the death of his partner. He uncovers hidden secrets along the way – one of which involves an unlikely young woman.
Failure to Launch (2006)
A romcom for the ages, 35-year-old Tripp (Matthew McConaughey) is a layabout who enjoys staying at home and being waited on hand and foot by his mother – that is until the family hires Paula (Sarah Jessica Parker), who is on a mission to get Tripp out of his parents’ house.
Far from Home (1989)
When driving across the country, Charlie and his teenage daughter Joleen end up stranded as the car’s fuel runs out. With nothing around, they stop at a trailer park. Joleen catches the attention of two young men . . . and one of them could be a serial killer.
Ferngully: The Last Rainforest (1992)
This classic family animation follows the story of Crysta the fairy as she embarks on a perilous mission in hopes of saving her beloved rainforest from logging companies who threaten her home and the lives of those she loves.
The First Monday in May (2016)
This documentary shows filmmaker Andrew Rossi in New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art examining Chinese-inspired Western fashion in the exhibit, “China: Through The Looking Glass”.
Teen Jake is determined to protect his family from a new enemy brought into his home as his mother’s new boyfriend – but the man of the house will not allow anyone to take the position.
Kiefer Sunderland plays an FBI agent who escorts a hippie radical who may have been wrongly accused of a crime. They may seem total opposites, but in fact share a lot more in common than at first glance.
From Mexico with Love (2009)
An old-school trainer and a young farmer team up in order for the farmer to beat the son of a racist rancher in a boxing match. Queue the Rocky montage music!
The Ghost and the Darkness (1996)
After finding a mutilated corpse when working on a railroad in Africa, it was discovered a lion was responsible. As the team continues their work, more and more men are killed causing alarm for all those involved.
The Goonies (1985)
The Goonies gang’s greatest adventure is making its way to us. When a wealthy family threatens the homes of a group of misfits, they embark on a mission to save their childhood homes and friendships in this disappointing yet somehow classic kids’ tale.
An attempt to rob a gangster’s casino (Robert de Niro) goes wrong, and two men must now escape by hijacking a city bus.
Disney’s classic take on Greek mythology, Hercules is taken by a plot carried out in a jealous rage by Zeus’s brother Hades. As Hercules is raised by mortals, he’s unaware of his family, his destiny, and the true extent of his abilities.
Life in an apartment tower takes an unexpected turn when a doctor (Tom Hiddleston) moves in and anarchy ensues.
I, Frankenstein (2013)
It’s been two centuries since Adam was brought to life by Dr. Frankenstein. Adam is now caught in a war and he must choose a side; which side he chooses all depends on him and what he is prepared to sacrifice.
Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978)
Remake of the classic horror film in which people complain about their loved ones seeming emotionless and robotic – then it spreads viruslike, and a race against the clock to save everyone around them ensues.
Jersey Girl (2004)
A man’s career takes an unexpected turn when tragedy strikes, leaving him and his strong-willed daughter, while a whirlwind romance is causing a shift in his life too.
Teen Juno (Ellen Page) falls pregnant and decides to give the baby to what appears to be the perfect husband and wife – but as she learns what’s beneath the surface, she realizes no one is as perfect as they appear.
The Last Exorcism (2010)
An evangelical minister (Patrick Fabian) becomes the subject of a documentary while he performs his last fake exorcism on a farmer’s daughter (Ashley Bell), not realizing that she actually is possessed.
Lethal Weapon (1987)
The first film in the buddy cop film franchise introduces us to Martin Riggs (Mel Gibson), a suicidal former Army man who transfers to homicide within the LAPD and gets paired with straight-laced veteran of the force Roger Murtaugh (Danny Glover).
Lethal Weapon 2 (1989)
After several attempts on Riggs’s and Murtaugh’s lives thanks to a smuggling case, the officers end up looking out for a South African whistleblower (Joe Pesci). But once it’s discovered the whistleblower is involved in the same crime ring, the three head out to take it down.
Lethal Weapon 3 (1992)
Murtaugh is about to retire when he and Riggs get pulled into an investigation against a rogue cop turned black-market weapons dealer and are tasked with taking him down.
Lethal Weapon 4 (1998)
Murtaugh and Riggs team up one last time to take down a Chinese smuggling ring that dares to make the case personal for Murtaugh.
Liar, Liar (1997)
After his son wishes star lawyer Fletcher (Jim Carry) would tell the truth for one day, Fletcher finds himself unable to lie for 24 hours on the day of a career-changing court case.
Lost in Space (1998)
Based on the 1965 CBS series, the Robinson family crashlands while on their way to a new planet and must find their way back before saboteurs end their journey permanently.
Man on a Ledge (2012)
A disgraced ex-cop (Sam Worthington) steps up onto the ledge of the Roosevelt Hotel, ready to die. But his suicide attempt is not what it seems.
The Matrix (1999)
The first film in the iconic sci-fi trilogy. In a future where everyone is living in a reality simulation, hacker Neo (Keanu Reeves) must lead the rebellion against the machines to break the Matrix.
The Matrix Reloaded (2003)
As his plan of rebellion continues, Neo begins to learn the purpose of the Matrix and his key role in the fate of humanity.
The Matrix Revolutions (2003)
The conclusion to the original Matrix trilogy. After Neo is trapped in limbo, the few freed humans left must work to break Neo out and stop before the computer leaders become truly sentient.
Miami Vice (2006)
A reboot of the 80s TV show, Miami PD detectives Crockett and Tubbs go undercover to take down a Mexican drug cartel.
The Midnight Meat Train (2009)
After getting his debut art gallery set, a struggling photographer (Bradley Cooper) follows around a serial killer (Vinnie Jones) to get some shots of the dark side of humanity. But the artist becomes obsessed with the killer, pulling him into the dark underbelly of the city.
Mommie Dearest (1981)
Christina Crawford’s memoir about her adoptive mother Joan Crawford comes to life in this docudrama depicting Joan’s abuse of her children.
The Monster Squad (1987)
A group of kids obsessed with classic monsters comes face to face with them when the monsters come to town hunting a magic artefact.
Monsters at Large (2018)
Alex (Matthew Kosto) creates a task force to take down imaginary monsters to help his younger brother, which goes well until one of the monsters turns out to be less than imaginary.
Mr. Mom (1983)
The iconic comedy stars Michael Keaton as a man forced to become a stay-at-home father when he loses his job and his wife decides to enter the workforce instead.
The Object of Beauty (1991)
After running out of money and on the verge of losing their lavish lifestyle, Jake (John Malkovich) and Tina (Andie Macdowell) hatch a plan to commit insurance fraud with Tina’s expensive statue. Just one problem: someone actually did steal it.
Ocean’s Eleven (2001)
Twenty-four hours after his release from prison, Danny Ocean (George Clooney) is already hatching his new plan: Ocean and his crew will simultaneously heist the Bellagio, Mirage, and MGM Grand hotels in Las Vegas.
Ocean’s Twelve (2004)
After successfully pulling off their Vegas heist, Danny Ocean and his crew get themselves into hot water. After they spend the majority of the stolen money, the casino owner demands they return it. Only one solution remains: it’s time for a new heist.
Ocean’s Thirteen (2007)
When a friend of Danny Ocean gets screwed over by casino owner Willy Bank (Al Pacino), Ocean gets his crew together to sabotage Bank’s new casino opening.
Open Season (2006)
A domesticated grizzly bear named Boog (Martin Lawrence) is accidentally sent back to the wild. While adapting to his new surroundings, he helps the animals get revenge on the hunters terrorizing their home.
Open Season 2 (2009)
A bunch of pampered animals with a hatred of forest creatures kidnap a lost dog, forcing his friends to rescue him and bring him back to the wild.
Open Season 3 (2011)
Boog ends up switching places with a circus bear named Doug (Matthew Munn), but their friends notice the two have swapped and try to get their friends back to the right places before the circus leaves town.
Open Season: Scared Silly (2016)
A werewolf brings terror among the animals and humans, causing hunting to resume in the forest. The animals have to bring the werewolf in if they want the hunters to go away permanently.
The Perfect Weapon (1991)
A young man (Jeff Speakman) takes on the LA Korean mafia to avenge his friend.
The classic live-action Italian tale gets an English dub. Woodworker Geppetto creates a puppet that he treats like a son, until magically the puppet comes to life one night.
Playing it Cool (2014)
A screenwriter (Chris Evans) struggles to write a romcom, since he doesn’t believe in love. He falls in love with a woman (Michelle Monaghan), until he finds out she’s already engaged to someone else.
Poltergeist II: The Other Side (1986)
After the Freeling family’s home is evacuated, investigators try to figure out the cause of its ghosts. However, the Beast returns and figures out where Carol Ann lives, leading the Freeling family to attempt to save their daughter again.
The Portrait of a Lady (1996)
Based on the iconic Henry James novel, Isabel Archer (Nicole Kidman) comes into a large sum of money, only to be manipulated by her so-called friends Madame Merle (Barbara Hershey) and Gilbert Osmond (John Makovich).
Pretty in Pink (1986)
John Hughes’s iconic film sees teen Andie (Molly Ringwald) getting asked out by popular guy Blane (Andrew McCarthy). While falling for Blane, Andie realizes how hard it is to date outside of her social circle.
A mourning father (Lance Henriksen) summons the demon Pumpkinhead to get revenge on those responsible for his son’s death. However, a mysterious bond between the creature and the father causes the father to rush to stop Pumpkinhead’s murderous rampage.
Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings (1994)
After robbing a witch’s cabin, a group of teens inadvertently summons the demon Pumpkinhead and have to survive the night before Pumpkinhead goes on another murderous rampage.
Captain John Boyd (Guy Pierce) and F.W. Colqhoun (Robert Carlyle) are forced to hunt down a rogue colonel who murders and eats a wagon train he was supposed to be leading.
Red Dog: True Blue (2018)
A twist on the legend of the Red Dog, Red Dog: True Blue tells the story of the Pilbara mascot’s first owner, and the friendship that helped grow an icon.
Requiem for a Dream (2000)
One of Darren Aronofsky’s first psychological films explores the truth of drug addiction and how it alters the mental state of the addict, forcing them to stay trapped in a world of delusion.
Revolutionary Road (2008)
Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio reunite after their iconic pairing in Titanic as a couple who try to rebel against the mediocrity of their new suburban lives that pushes them to their breaking point.
Robo-Dog: Airborne (2017)
After a freak accident causes Robo-Dog to lose his memory, a new family takes the super dog in. His original owner Tyler (Michael Campion) and Tyler’s best friend Barry (Kenny Beaumont) go on a trip across town to find their beloved furry companion.
Sacred Ground (1983)
One of the classic Western dramas, a trapper and his Native American bride find themselves making a home on Paiute burial grounds. When his wife becomes pregnant with her child, the Paiute come for the sacred child.
Saving Christmas (2017)
Determined to prove Santa’s existence, young Danny (Jack Brunault) hunts down anyone in town who would know Santa personally. Unbeknownst to him, his mother Elizabeth (Brooke Langton) just met one of Santa’s hardest workers.
In the kinkiest movie before Fifty Shades of Grey even existed a young woman becomes infatuated with her boss and enters a sadomasochistic relationship with him.
She’s All That (1999)
One of the defining romcoms of the generation, king of school Zach Siler (Freddie Prinze, Jr.) only has six weeks to get nerdy Laney Boggs (Rachel Leigh Cook) from zero to hero and become prom queen.
As in most horror movies, Carly (Sharon Stone) moves into an apartment building with a history of dead woman from a serial killer. She finds herself romantically involved with one of the top suspects and lives next door to the other. Can Carly find the truth before she becomes the next victim?
Sucker Punch (2008)
Hustler Hurley (Danny John-Jules) works with two fighters looking for a comeback to build the best prize-fight pairing to feed his expensive habits, but finds himself in hot water when the money starts to disappear.
Suicide Kings (1998)
Trying to get the money to free his kidnapped sister, Avery (Henry Thomas) and his friends kidnap the city’s top mafia boss (Christopher Walken) to get the ransom money. Little do they know that one of the men in the room helped Avery’s sister get kidnapped.
Top of the Food Chain (2000)
After a comet hits a small Canadian town, Dr. Karel Lamonte (Campbell Scott) must work with his love interest Sandy (Fiona Loewi) to survive the corpse-eating aliens now invading the planet. How romantic!
Training Day (2001)
In one of Denzel Washington’s most iconic roles, two LAPD detectives work over twelve hours to train the new guy in the narcotics division. But there’s more to the story than just drug trafficking.
Turtle Tale (2018)
Based on true events in a Florida zoo, the animated family story focuses on two turtles who must leave the zoo and save their other turtle friend taken by vandals.
The first film in the M. Night Shyamalan Unbreakable trilogy, we’re introduced to superhero David Dunn, a man given powers after being the only person to survive a train crash. But it’s not just chance that gave him these powers, which Dunn has to find out.
Universal Soldier (1992)
Two Vietnam soldiers fight and kill each other, but the military refuses to destroy their bodies. Instead, they turn the men into killing machines with no memory of the past. But the past always comes back to haunt you – and the men are forced to come face to face with their past selves.
Wayne’s World 2 (1993)
After Jim Morrison comes to Wayne (Mike Myers) in a dream, Wayne and Garth (Dana Carvey) try to throw the rock concert of their dreams using their newfound fame from public access television.
Wild Card (2015)
Imagine John Wick but with Jason Statham. An assassin hunts down the thug that beat his friend, only to crack the case up way wider than originally anticipated.
Cillian Murphy and Jamie Dornan star in this film set in 1941 as two Czech soldiers planning an assassination of a Nazi officer.
A couple expecting their child is in a car accident and have to take shelter with a family on an isolated farm. Things are more sinister and peculiar than at first glance, when the farmer’s wife becomes more and more interested in their unborn child.
A historical period drama focused on New Orleans cornet player Buddy Bolden and the story of how he influenced jazz and an unimaginable amount of musicians for decades to come.
We Die Young (2019)
A boy and his younger brother end up mixed in a drug gang and it’s up to war veteran Daniel to help save them from a vicious drug lord.
Kicking and Screaming (1995)
After graduating, the world is your oyster – or is it? Three preppie graduates are embracing their first year out of college while reminiscing about years gone by.
Hotel Mumbai (2019)
A fight for survival ensues in the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel as a threat storms through and everyone’s lives are at stake.
Curious George: A Royal Monkey (2019)
Our favorite monkey returns to our screens, however he isn’t the same George we know and love – but a royal version with a totally different personality. Will Ted notice the difference?
A Disney classic to be enjoyed by the whole family! Pocahontas and an English soldier fall in love despite the world around them trying to keep them apart.
Curious George (2006)
Loveable African monkey George follows Ted all the way to New York City, where he gets up to all sorts of mischief and mayhem while dragging Ted along for the ride.
Fleeing Earth, passengers on a flight to Mars are knocked off course and slowly realize there’s no going back.
A Wall-Street banker unlocks a global conspiracy and the lives of those he loves most is threatened when this conspiracy slowly begins to unravel.
Johnny Depp voices chameleon Rango, who lived as a family pet but has now ventured into the wild west and been declared Sheriff.
Primal Fear (1996)
Defense attorney Martin Vail (Edward Norton) only accepts cases that put more money into his pocket and boost his social standing. But then a case involving an altar boy and the murder of a priest unveils dark and twisted secrets.
Teen Spirit (2019)
Elle Fanning stars as a shy teenager who dreams of singing, and her ambition is tested to the extreme by an unlikely mentor.