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Now on Netflix: ‘The King’s Speech’, ‘Hugo’, and ‘American Horror Story’

A couple of big time Oscar winners and a creepy current TV show highlight the latest batch of new releases for Netflix streaming subscribers. 2010 Best Picture winner The King’s Speech and Martin Scorcese’s family-friendly drama Hugo are both now classing up the choices for instant viewing. Of course Netflix streaming doesn’t do 3D, so part of the appeal of Hugo is lost, but still, these are two top flight releases. On the TV front, the first 12 episodes from season one of FX’s American Horror Story are also now watchable. Other new releases include Snowmen, Silent House, Snowman’s Land, Attack of the 50 Foot Cheerleader (which I hear is based on true events), Take This Waltz, The Jack Benny Show (yes, from 1952!), and The Cisco Kid (yes, from 1950!).

Sam Jordanhttps://hd-report.com
Sam Jordan is a freelance writer, editor, and comedian.

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