The movie selection on Netflix is still pretty good despite the influx of original content on the streaming giant. Earlier this month, Netflix added various new titles to its list to create excitement among fans. Lots of movies and series of all genres are available on the streaming service, but “Okja,” “Titanic” and “The Void” are reportedly most-viewed films of the month.


“Okja” is an action-adventure film directed by Bong Joon-ho and scripted by Jon Ronson. It features an ensemble cast headed by Tilda Swinton and Ahn Seo-hyun, alongside Lily Collins, Paul Dano, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Steven Yeun.

A report by News Day reveals that “Okja” has been viewed numerous times during this month. The movie competed for a prize at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival. It is streaming on Netflix for over two weeks. “Okja” is an interesting story of CEO of the Mirando Corporation, Lucy Mirando, who claims that she has been breeding some pigs. The film’s approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes is 83% based on 131 reviews.

‘The Void’

Released in 2016, “The Void” was added to Netflix a few days ago. This Canadian horror movie was directed by Steven Kostanski and written by Jeremy Gillespie.

It featured Aaron Poole as Daniel Carter, Kathleen Munroe as Allison, Ellen Wong as Kim, Kenneth Welsh as Powell, and Daniel Fathers as Vincent. The story revolved around a group of individuals who had been trapped in a clinic by a gathering of hooded cultists. They soon observe that paranormal creatures had inhabited the clinic.

The Void” received positive reviews from audiences and critics, with many analysts citing comparisons to horror movies from the 1990s. Kim Newman from Screen Daily compared “The Void” to “Manborg” and “ABCs of Death 2”, stating that it was a good watch.


Though “Titanic” was released in 1997, Netflix added the movie to its list a few weeks ago. This American film was directed, scripted and produced by James Cameron. A fictionalized account of the sinking of the RMS Titanic, it featured Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio in the leading characters. Cameron’s inspiration for the movie had come from his fascination with shipwrecks - he believed that a love story interspersed with the human loss would be necessary to convey the emotional impact of the disaster.

Titanic” was partially financed by 20th Century Fox and Paramount Pictures.

Upon its release in December 1997, the film achieved commercial and critical success. Mark Lindsay Chapman, Ewan Stewart, Jonathan Phillips, Terry Forrestal and Simon Crane made cameo appearances in the movie.