This weekend there are a host of new releases available across all of your favourite streaming services. I’ve picked out some of this weekend’s highlights including an animated adult comedy starring Channing Tatum, as well as the latest summer blockbuster from Amazon Prime Video starring Chris Pratt.
Fear Street Part One: 1994
Fear Street Part One: 1994 is a Netflix original slasher film, based on the book series of the same name by R. L. Stine. The film follows a group of teenagers who find out that the terrifying events that have occurred in their town may be connected to one other, and that they may be the next targets. The film is scheduled to be the first instalment in the Fear Street Trilogy, with the subsequent sequels reported to be released on Netflix later this year.
Where to watch: Netflix (available to stream 2nd July)
America: The Motion Picture
America: The Motion Picture is a Netflix original adult animated parody-comedy film, loosely based on the Founding Fathers of the United States and the American Revolution. The film features an all-star voice cast, with the likes of Channing Tatum, Jason Mantzoukas, Olivia Munn and Simon Pegg all having starring roles.
Where to watch: Netflix (available to stream now)
The Walking Dead (Seasons 1-10)
All ten seasons of The Walking Dead arrive on Disney+ this weekend. The series follows a group of various survivors whom search for safety in the wake of a zombie apocalypse. If you’ve never watched the series before, then you’re certainly missing out! The Walking Dead has grown into one of the biggest and best television shows in recent years and I would highly recommend giving it a watch.
Where to watch: Disney+ (available to stream 2nd July)
The Tomorrow War
The Tomorrow War is an Amazon original science fiction movie starring Chris Pratt, Yvonne Strahovski, J.K. Simmons and Betty Gilpin. The film follows a group of humans who travel back from the year 2051 to warn mankind of a war 30 years in the future – a war that the humans are losing. The Tomorrow War is being billed as Amazon’s big summer blockbuster film, let’s hope it can live up to the hype.
Where to watch: Amazon Prime Video (available to stream 2nd July)