Evil Eye is just one of the five good Amazon movies to watch this weekend
It’s a good weekend for movies on Amazon Prime Video. All five good Amazon movies this week are free to watch with your membership. There’s no need for any of the Amazon Channels.
All movies dropped during the week, with four of them as Amazon Originals. There’s a good mixture of horror, comedy, and educational. Are you ready for our top picks for the weekend?
We start with the horror movies. Two new Welcome to Blumhouse movies dropped on the streaming service during the week. The first one to check out is Evil Eye.
When a woman finds a man to fall in love with, she expects her parents to be happy. However, her mother starts to act strangely, sure that the man is the same one she fell for decades earlier. How could it be the same person?
The fourth movie in the Welcome to Blumhouse offerings throughout October is Nocturne. Two sisters attend a prestigious school for music. When one of their classmates dies, a competition is put on in her honor.
One of the sisters finds the deceased classmate’s notebook, which could open a world she never knew. And it’s not just about music.
Playing with Fire
If you love Three Men and a Baby, you’ll want to check out the 2019 comedy, Playing with Fire. A team of firefighters are put to the test, but not when it comes to putting out fires. They have to babysit three siblings, and it could be the biggest challenge they’ve ever faced.
The entire station is turned upside down. Who would have thought fires and children would be alike when it comes to unpredictability?
One of the Amazon movies to check out dropped on the streaming service yesterday. Time tells the story of Fox Rich, who has spent decades fighting to get her husband out of prison. Yes, he committed a crime, but he’s served far more time than he arguably should have.
It’s a documentary movie that shines a light on systemic and institutionalized racism. Would Fox win? You’ll need to watch the movie to find out.
What the Constitution Means to Me
Finally, it’s another timely offering. What the Constitution Means to Me is essential as we get closed to the Presidential Elections.
The movie is a live recording of the play of the same name by Heidi Schreck. Schreck stars in the play, which addresses women’s rights, domestic abuse, and immigration. It looks back at some of the most influential women in history and how the constitution affected them.
Which Amazon movies are you watching this weekend? Let us know in the comments below.