I See You arrives on Amazon Prime this weekend, along with Hampstead (2019) on Showtime. Find out everything coming Mar. 21-22.
The great majority of folks will be staying indoors this weekend, and that means you might be in need of new material to watch! Only one new movie is coming to Amazon Prime this weekend, a horror-thriller starring Helen Hunt and Judah Lewis.
However, if you have the Showtime channel then you’ll also be able to watch Diane Keaton’s new film, Hampstead. This weekend would also be a great time to binge-watch Amazon’s latest original series, Hunters if you haven’t gotten the chance to do so yet.
On Saturday, you’ll be able to stream Helen Hunt’s 2019 horror film, I See You. A detective discovers troubling incidents in a small town while he investigates the disappearance of a boy. The film did quite well with critics and audiences. It has a high approval rating of 72% on Rotten Tomatoes.
I See You has been called a slow-build mystery that gets a little lost in its twist and turns, but overall pays off by creating a compelling and haunting thriller. Aside from Hunt and Lewis, the film also stars Jon Tenney and Owen Teague.
Showtime is also adding Hampstead to their catalog on Saturday, a romantic drama starring Diane Keaton and Brendon Gleeson. If you have Amazon Video Channels you should have no problem watching the film this weekend.
Emily and Donald live in the same small town of Hampstead, but their lives couldn’t be more different. Emily is trying to afford to live in her apartment while Donald lives off the land in a peaceful cabin. Unfortunately, Emily isn’t the only one who could lose her home.
A group of greedy realtors plans on buying the land where Donald’s cabin is located. Emily decides to take on a new project of trying to save Donald’s home, and when romance blossoms between them, she realizes she could be gaining more than just a new cause.
What to look forward to:
- A Good Old Fashioned Orgy (2011) – Mar. 23
- Making the Cut: Season 1 – Mar. 27
- Santee (1973) – Mar. 30
What are you planning on watching on Amazon Prime this weekend? Is there anything you hope comes to Prime Video soon? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!