What’s New to Stream on Netflix for June 2022

New motion pictures from the administrators of ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ and ‘Red Hill’ await you this month!

By Rob Hunter · Published on June sixth, 2022

Crossing the Streams is a collection of columns spotlighting all of the choices hitting the large streaming providers every month. This time we’re trying out the brand new Netflix arrivals for June 2022. They embrace motion throwback Interceptor, new movies from the administrators of Top Gun: Maverick and Red Hill, and extra!

Netflix Pick of the Month for June 2022



We’re a multi-headed beast right here at FSR with a mess of film tastes to show it. Exhibit A? While our personal Aurora Amidon is not any fan of Interceptor, I’m making it my Netflix choose of the month. As with all film opinions, there’s no proper or unsuitable right here, however director/co-writer Matthew Reilly’s function debut delivers a strong little jolt of 90s-infused motion enjoyable. Elsa Pataky performs an Army captain assigned to a base at sea, and when terrorists come calling she’s all that stands between them and America’s nuclear annihilation. It’s no nice shakes on the visible entrance (thanks Netflix!), however Pataky and mates ship some terrific motion beats with gun fights, one-on-one brawls, and a killer beheading. Will it go away your jaw on the ground like RRR or The Raid 2? Not even shut. But it would scratch your itch for some easy, efficient motion antics you can take pleasure in and instantly neglect about, and generally that’s greater than sufficient to hope for.

New Netflix Films for June 2022!


I do know nothing in regards to the new Spanish motion/thriller Centaur (premieres June fifteenth) past its IMDB synopsis, however actually, that is all I want. “Rafa’s hooked on the pure, fiery feelings he gets from speed racing, but when his kid’s mom gets mixed up with drug dealers, he burns rubber to save her.” He burns rubber to save her. I’m completely in for this story of a person who loves racing greater than his household, and after they’re in bother he makes use of that as a motive for extra racing. Yes, please.

You may not understand it, however the director of the field workplace behemoth Top Gun: Maverick has a model new film hitting Netflix this month. It’s true! Spiderhead (premieres June seventeenth) comes from director Joseph Kosinski and the writers of Zombieland, and it stars Chris Hemsworth, Jurnee Smollett, and Miles Teller. Yeah, that final identify doesn’t encourage loads of confidence, however the premise appears attention-grabbing sufficient as near-future prisoners are experimented on to the purpose of falling in love? I’ll have learn that unsuitable, however both manner, it’ll get a watch from me.

Typically talking, the upper the finances of a Netflix motion movie the extra disappointing it finally is — though I’m hoping that’s unfaithful when it comes to subsequent month’s $200 million The Gray Man — so what to count on from the $75m The Man from Toronto (premieres June twenty fourth)? Director Patrick Hughes obtained our consideration with Red Hill earlier than falling into the uninspired franchise biz with The Expendables 3 and a pair of disappointing Hitman’s Bodyguard movies, however we’ll give his newest a shot because it pairs Woody Harrelson and Kevin Hart as a hitman and slightly man who get confused for one another in Toronto. Could be enjoyable! Right? Right?!

A Stephen King Double Feature

The Mist

Two Stephen King variations — two of the easiest but — hit Netflix in June, and you may’t go unsuitable with both of them. Frank Darabont’s The Mist (2007, arrives June twenty second) stays a creepy slice of emotional devastation a few group of individuals trapped in a grocery retailer by otherworldly monsters. Horror and science fiction take heart stage, however the movie reserves its fiercest commentary for some very human monsters. The complete solid is on level right here, the creature results are incredible and enjoyable, and the ending is much more horrifying than the one King himself selected for his authentic story.

It (2017, arrives June nineteenth) is technically a component one, and sure, half two sucks loads of ass, however it nonetheless works as a fantastically crafted standalone horror movie. It focuses on the children from King’s epic novel of their struggle towards a prehistoric predator now taking the type of a creepy clown. Pennywise’s different kinds add to the scares, as do some robust performances from the younger solid. Follow it up with the sequel for those who should, however it’s not crucial. Our nightmares as youngsters have to be confronted as youngsters or they’ll comply with us into maturity, and that’s nearly as good of a spot to finish as any.

The Oldest New Arrival to Netflix for June 2022

Xmas Vacation

Like most individuals, we’re in a love/hate relationship with Netflix as they provide some good new stuff whereas neglecting a lot greatness from a long time previous. Their library of pre-2000 movies is fairly slim, so every month we spotlight the oldest new arrival — and June sees a three-way tie from 1989! First up is Lean on Me starring Morgan Freeman in a biopic about an inner-city college principal whose robust behaviors are at all times within the teenagers’ finest pursuits. John G. Avildsen (Rocky) directs this rousing, real-life underdog story, and it stays an inspiring watch.

Also new this month is the well timed arrival of National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation! Christmas in June? Sure, why not! I proceed to be within the minority on this one — I like the unique, however this holiday-themed entry is barely higher than European Vacation which is notably higher than Vegas Vacation. The remainder of you find it irresistible, although, and now it may be a enjoyable summertime watch! The 1989 three-way is wrapped up with the candy, enjoyable, and tear-heavy Steel Magnolias. Herbert Ross and a stellar feminine solid (Julia Roberts, Sally Field, Dolly Parton, Shirley MacLaine, Daryl Hannah, Olympia Dukakis) ship a heat embrace of affection and friendship within the face of loss, and it’s nonetheless fairly darn nice.

The Complete Netflix List for June 2022

Release Date Title Note
6/1 The Amazing Spider-Man (2012)
Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (2004)
The Boy (2016)
Dear John (2010)
The Departed (2006)
Dumb and Dumber (1994)
The Edge of Seventeen (2016)
Eraser (1996)
The Fighter (2010)
The Girl Next Door (2004)
His Dark Materials: The Golden Compass (2007)
The Hurt Locker (2008)
Lean on Me (1989)
Lon: The Professional (1994)
Life as We Know It (2010)
Mission: Impossible (1996)
Mission: Impossible II (2000)
Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol (2011)
Mr Bean’s Holiday (2007)
National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989)
The Players Club (1998)
Soul Plane (2004)
Steel Magnolias (1989)
Titanic (1997)
Troy (2004)
Vegas Vacation (1997)
We Are Marshall (2006)
6/2 Borgen – Power & Glory Netflix Series
The DUFF (2015)
Yuri Maral: Honest Mistake Netflix Comedy
6/3 As the Crow Flies Netflix Series
Floor Is Lava: Season 2 Netflix Series
Interceptor Netflix Film
Mr. Good: Cop or Crook? Netflix Documentary
The Perfect Mother Netflix Series
Surviving Summer Netflix Family
Two Summers Netflix Series
6/5 Straight Up (2019)
6/6 Action Pack: Season 2 Netflix Family
Bill Burr Presents: Friends Who Kill Netflix Comedy
6/7 Thats My Time with David Letterman Netflix Comedy
6/8 Baby Fever Netflix Series
Gladbeck: The Hostage Crisis Netflix Documentary
Hustle Netflix Film
Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey Netflix Documentary
6/9 Rhythm + Flow France Netflix Series
Stand Out: An LGBTQ+ Celebration Netflix Comedy
6/10 Chickenhare and the Hamster of Darkness Netflix Film
Closet Monster (2015)
Dirty Daddy: The Bob Saget Tribute Netflix Comedy
First Kill Netflix Series
Intimacy Netflix Series
Peaky Blinders: Season 6 Netflix Series
Top Gear: Seasons 27-28
Trees of Peace Netflix Film
Vice (2018)
6/11 Amy Schumer’s Parental Advisory Netflix Comedy
Charlie’s Colorforms City: Mighty Movie Adventures Netflix Family
Charlie’s Colorforms City: Miss Weather and Friends Netflix Family
Pete Davidson Presents: The Best Friends Netflix Comedy
Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America
6/14 Halftime Netflix Documentary
Jane & Lily: Ladies Night Live Netflix Comedy
The Mole: Season 3-4
6/15 Centauro Netflix Film
Front Cover (2015)
God’s Favorite Idiot Netflix Series
Heart Parade Netflix Film
Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend Netflix Series
Maldivas Netflix Series
Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies and the Internet Netflix Documentary
The Wrath of God Netflix Film
6/16 Dead End: Paranormal Park Netflix Family
Karma’s World Music Videos: Season 2 Netflix Family
Love & Anarchy: Season 2 Netflix Series
Rhythm + Flow France Netflix Series
Sing, Dance, Act: Kabuki that includes Toma Ikuta Netflix Documentary
Snoop Dogg’s F*cn Around Comedy Special Netflix Comedy
Won’t You Be My Neighbor? (2018)
6/17 The Martha Mitchell Effect Netflix Documentary
Rainbow High: Season 2
She: Season 2 Netflix Series
Spiderhead Netflix Film
The War Next-Door: Season 2 Netflix Series
You Don’t Know Me Netflix Series
6/18 Alchemy of Souls Netflix Series
Charmed: Season 4
SPRIGGAN Netflix Anime
6/19 Civil Netflix Documentary
It (2017)
6/20 Doom Of Love Netflix Film
Philomena (2013)
6/21 All That: Seasons 2-3
The Future Of Netflix Documentary
Joel Kim Booster: Psychosexual Netflix Comedy
Kenan and Kel: Seasons 1-2
Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide: Seasons 1-2
Zoey 101: Seasons 1-2
6/22 Bruna Louise: Demolition Netflix Comedy
The Hidden Lives of Pets Netflix Documentary
Love & Gelato Netflix Film
The Mist (2007)
Sing 2 (2021)
Snowflake Mountain Netflix Series
The Umbrella Academy: Season 3 Netflix Series
6/23 First Class Netflix Series
Queen Netflix Series
Rhythm + Flow France Netflix Series
6/24 Angry Birds: Summer Madness: Season 2 Netflix Family
Legacies: Season 4
The Man from Toronto Netflix Film
Man Vs Bee Netflix Series
Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area Netflix Series
6/25 Grey’s Anatomy: Season 18
6/26 Best of the Fest Netflix Comedy
6/27 Cafe Minamdang Netflix Series
Chip and Potato: Chips Holiday Netflix Family
6/28 Blasted Netflix Film
Cristela Alonzo: Middle Classy Netflix Comedy
6/29 Beauty Netflix Film
Extraordinary Attorney Woo Netflix Series
Pirate Gold of Adak Island Netflix Series
The Upshaws: Season 2 Part 1 Netflix Series
6/30 BASTARD -Heavy Metal, Dark Fantasy Netflix Anime
Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (2013)
Sharkdog: Season 2 Netflix Family

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Rob Hunter has been writing for Film School Rejects since earlier than you have been born, which is bizarre seeing as he is so rattling younger. He’s our Chief Film Critic and Associate Editor and lists ‘Broadcast News’ as his favourite movie of all time. Feel free to say hello for those who see him on Twitter @FakeRobHunter.


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