Pet Sematary and more coming to Amazon Prime this week: Mar. 16-20

Pet Sematary, Blow the Man Down, Coraline, and more are coming to Amazon Prime this week. Find out everything coming Mar. 16-20.

There is some great new content arriving on Amazon Prime Video this week including Pet Sematary and Blow the Man Down. Plus, Jumanji: The Next Level will finally be available to rent beginning on Mar. 17. It’s a great film to watch with your family! Find out everything coming to Amazon Prime the week of Mar. 16-20.

Coraline is coming to Prime Video Channels this week, which should be perfect for anyone who has kids to entertain in the midst of the widespread quarantine protocols. You will need to have the Starz add-on channel to watch it, but you can always sign-up for a free trial to view the film!

The movie is about a young girl that finds a secret door hidden inside her house. Behind it lies a mysterious and strange reality that mirrors her own, but is also much better. At first, Coraline is thrilled, until her Other Mother tries to keep her there forever.

Most people are talking about the many pandemic-based horror films available to watch, but if you’d rather watch a horror film with a much different storyline, you should check out Pet Sematary. The 2019 movie is a remake and based on Stephen King’s iconic novel of the same name. It will begin streaming on Mar. 19.

Finally, the Tribeca Film Festival winner, Blow the Man Down, will begin streaming on Mar. 20. After their mother passes away, a grieving pair of sisters attempt to cover-up a run-in with a dangerous man. The Connollys must hide their crime by any means possible, including by digging into their mother’s darkest secrets.

What to look forward to:

  • I See You (2019) – Mar. 21
  • Hampstead (2019) – Mar. 21 (Showtime)
  • A Good Old Fashioned Orgy (2011) – Mar. 23

What are you planning on watching this week? Is there anything you hope comes to Amazon Prime Video soon? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

Watch 1000s of TV shows and movies with a 30-day FREE trial of Amazon Prime