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All the premieres in September 2021 from Amazon, Filmin and Disney +: ‘Y: The Last Man’, ‘Guardians of the Night’, ‘Barbarella’ and more

Summer ends and we celebrate the re-entry of the course with the platforms stepping on the accelerator of the novelties. Exclusive series, a multitude of documentaries (if you like World War II, watch out for Disney + news), anime and more classics than can be digested in a single month. These are the novelties of Amazon Prime Video, Filmin and Disney + for the month of September.

Amazon Prime Video: New Movies, Series and Documentaries

‘Guardians of the Night – Infinity Train’

A true box office phenomenon in Japan and the United States, which has left behind several classics of Studio Ghibli in collection, and that describes the journey of a peculiar hero, Tanjiro Kamado, who on board a special train aims to defeat a powerful demon. It will be assisted by powerful and quirky friends in a film that expands on one of the most popular story arcs in the best-selling manga from which it is inspired.

  • Premiere on September 13

Other premieres of Amazon Prime Video

Disney +: new movies, series and documentaries

‘And, the last man’

Originally aired on FX, this ambitious series comes to Disney + and poses an apocalypse in which all but one man have died. Determined to meet his girl again, This last survivor of the male gender will travel the United States from coast to coast running into all kinds of women that they are rethinking the old society in very different ways. Based on an excellent comic by Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra published between 2002 and 2008, which became one of the standard bearers of the Vertigo label.

  • Premiere on September 22

Other premieres on Disney +

  • ‘Dug y Carl’ (01/9)
  • ‘Feyenoord: Just Facts’ (01/9)
  • ‘American Horror Story’ T1-9 (01/9)
  • ‘Bunk’d’ T4 (01/9)
  • ‘World War II: Inside the SS’ (01/9)
  • ‘Bomb Hunters of World War II’ (01/9)
  • ‘Apocalypse: The Second World War’ (01/9)
  • ‘Juventus Hitlerianas’ (01/9)
  • ‘Survival in World War II’ (01/9)
  • ‘Hitler’s death squad’ (01/9)
  • ‘The last year of Hitler’ (01/9)
  • ‘Nazi Megaestructuras’ T1-6 (01/9)
  • ‘The rise of the Nazis’ (01/9)
  • ‘Hidden Secrets of World War II’ (01/9)
  • ‘Secret Life of Predators’ (03/9)
  • ‘Big Cats: The Feline Family’ (03/9)
  • ‘The giraffe: The African giant’ (03/9)
  • ‘The ostrich: A peculiar bird’ (03/9)
  • ‘Bostwana Africa’s Hunter’ (03/9)
  • ‘Cannibal Sharks’ (03/9)
  • ‘The most dangerous in Africa’ (03/9)
  • ‘Happier Than Ever: a love letter to Los Angeles’ (03/9)
  • ‘Predator’ (03/9)
  • ‘There will be no peace for the wicked’ (03/9)
  • ‘Wilson’ (03/9)
  • ‘American Horror Stories’ (08/9)
  • ‘Narco Wars’ (08/9)
  • ‘Doogie Kamealoha: Una médica precoz’ (08/9)
  • ‘Without appointment’, complete series (08/9)
  • ‘9/11: Firehouse’ (10/9)
  • ‘9/11: Rescue Cops’ (10/9)
  • ‘The Secret Files of Osama Bin Laden’ (10/9)
  • ‘9/11: Controlled the Sky’ (10/9)
  • ‘Eyewitness: D Day’ (10/9)
  • ‘The body’ (10/9)
  • ‘Predator 2’ (10/9)
  • ‘Far from the madding crowd’ (10/9)
  • ‘Twenty-somethings’ (10/9)
  • ‘Good Trouble’ T3 (15/9)
  • ‘Drugs Inc.’ T2-7 (15/9)
  • ‘Empire’ T6 (15/9)
  • ‘Nona’ (17/9)
  • ‘Off the chart’ (17/9)
  • ‘Predators’ (17/9)
  • ‘Calvary’ (17/9)
  • ‘Regression’ (17/9)
  • ‘And, the last man’ (22/9)
  • ‘Star Wars: Visions’ (22/9)
  • ‘American Horror Story: Double Feature’ (22/9)
  • ‘The Americans’ T1-6 (22/9)
  • ‘Ancient X Files’ (22/9)
  • ‘Danger Decoced’ (22/9)
  • ‘Hitler to the addict’ (22/9)
  • ‘Hitler’s super cannon’ (24/9)
  • ‘The King Who Fooled Hitler’ (24/9)
  • ‘Nazi Death Camp: The Great Escape’ (24/9)
  • ‘Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter’ (9/24)
  • ‘The Predator’ (24/9)
  • ‘Drive’ (24/9)
  • ‘Tadeo Jones 2: The Secret of King Midas’ (24/9)
  • ‘The Great North’ (29/9)
  • ‘Grown-ish’: T2 (29/9)
  • ‘Malacca’ (29/9)
  • ‘Forgive me sir’ (29/9)
  • ‘Breakout’ T2 (29/9)

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Filmin: new films, series and documentaries


On September 1, an authentic shipment of Paramount classics arrives at Filmin: more than 70 films by historical authors such as Billy Wilder, Alfred Hitchcock, John Ford, Howard Hawks, Roman Polanski and Terrence Malick, among many others. A true festival of all genres and for all tastes that includes science fiction titles like the 1950s version of ‘The War of the Worlds’, ‘When Worlds Collide’ and … ‘Barbarella’. The landmark French comic-based pop cinema that made Jane Fonda a genre myth can be enjoyed in all its vibrant burst of color.

  • Premiere September 1

Other premieres on Filmin