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From The Conjuring to Taxi Driver: Movies and shows leaving Netflix in India by end of August

The Outcasts and Meet The In-Laws also goes off Netflix soon.

From The Conjuring to Taxi Driver: Movies and shows leaving Netflix in India by end of August
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  • Shaheen Irani

Last Updated: 01.46 PM, Aug 10, 2022

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Netflix is letting go of some of the movie titles in August. Right from the horror film Conjuring to the drama classic Taxi Driver, here are some movie and show titles which would not be available on the OTT platform by the end of August. Take a look…

Screwball – Already out of Netflix

Screwball went out of Netflix on August 6. The film was based on the 2013 controversy in the world of baseball.

Mr Peabody & Sherman – August 11

Are you a fan of dogs? Well, meet the talking dog. It doesn’t just end there. This doggo is on a journey revolving around technology and science. Quite something, no?

The Outcasts – August 14

You haven’t truly explored the world of web series till you have seen The Outcasts. This one is almost Gossip Girl-meets-Riverdale.

For Here Or To Go? – August 15

Ali Fazal’s film For Here Or To Go? is also going off Netflix soon. In this movie, our lead hero who is an Indian businessman contemplates between dealing with the immigration system or going back home.

Zoids Wild season 1 – August 17

Do you want to go in a time before Naruto and Boruto came into your life? Zoids Wild is just what you need!

Meet The In-Laws – August 18

Tribal prejudice is a real thing. Meet The In-Laws takes you on a journey where a couple has to deal with disagreeing parents, which is a reality in many places even today.

The Conjuring – August 21

The OG horror film that gave us all sleepless nights is going off Netflix. Get that cross out, even though it might hardly save you from the goosebumps and jumpscares this film has.

Taxi Driver – August 26

No, this is not Martin Scorsese’s Taxi Driver. Unfortunately, that one is still not on OTT in India. The one we’re talking about is the Nigerian black comedy film which received as many acclaims as the original one. This 2015 release is also known as Taxi Driver: Oko Ashewo.

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