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Arts Culture What To Watch: 12 Prime Shows Now Streaming on iFlix, Amazon Prime, Hooq and More

What To Watch: 12 Prime Shows Now Streaming on iFlix, Amazon Prime, Hooq and More

What To Watch: 12 Prime Shows Now Streaming on iFlix, Amazon Prime, Hooq and More
By Franz Sorilla IV
By Franz Sorilla IV
March 24, 2020
Done with your Netflix binge? It's time for you to explore these other apps through this list of other must-watch films and shows

1/12 Unreported World

 

Watch the most recent three seasons of this foreign affairs programe on iFlix where reporters give us a glimpse of the world's most dangerous locations, usually ignored by mass media.

2/12 One Child Nation

 

US Grand Jury Prize awardee from the Sundance Film Festival, Nanfu Wang and Jialing Zhang's documentary film tackles about the fallout of China's historic one-child policy from 1979 to 2015. Catch it on Amazon Prime.

3/12 The Kitchen

 

Based on the DC/Vertigo Comics limited series of the same name, Andrea Berloff's directorial debut film in 2019 stars Melissa McCarthy, Tiffany Haddish, and Elisabeth Moss. The three women portray the wives of Irish mobsters who take over organised crime operations in New York's Hell's Kitchen during the '70s. Watch it now on Hooq.

4/12 The Report

 

Top billing goes to Adam Driver in this 2019 American drama film written and directed by Scott Z. Burns. It follows staffer Daniel Jones and the Senate Intelligence Committee as they investigate the CIA's use of torture following the 9/11 attacks. Based on true events, The Report premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and is now available on Amazon Prime.

5/12 Doctor Sleep

 

In case you missed its theatrical release, The Shining's sequel directed by Mike Flanagan is now available on Hooq. Following the events of the iconic 1977 Stanley Kubrick film, the now-adult Danny Torrance must protect a young girl with powers similar to his from a cult known as The True Knot, who prey on children with special abilities that make them immortal.

6/12 Find Me

 

This award-winning indie feature film written, directed, and starred by Tom Huang can be viewed on Amazon Prime. In this dramatic comedy about an emotionally wounded accountant in search for a missing co-worker and friend, we are taken to stunning landscapes in US national parks like Zion, Yosemite, and Death Valley.

7/12 Hunters

 

David Weil's television series originally made for Amazon Prime was inspired by a number of real Nazi hunters. The series follows a diverse group of hunters living in 1977 New York who discover that the war criminals they are searching for are conspiring to create a Fourth Reich in the US.

8/12 The Widow

 

Amazon Prime hosts this British television drama series from ITV, created and written by Harry and Jack Williams. Starring Kate Beckinsale, The Widow tells the story of a woman who believes that her husband was killed in a plane crash three years earlier, but then discovers that he is mysteriously still alive in the Congo.

9/12 The Boy In The Plastic Bubble

 

iFlix has a lot of old films for you to enjoy. If your are looking for this 1976 made-for-television drama film starring John Travolta, fear not as it is waiting for you "in the plastic bubble", on iFlix. Inspired by the lives of David Vetter and Ted DeVita, who lacked an effective immune system, this film has been a cult classic and became inspired future films with similar plot-lines.

10/12 Friend Zone

 

The highest grossing Thai film of 2019 is available to you, on Hooq. Captivating audiences throughout Thailand and across Asia, Friend Zone tells the classic concept of unrequited love through the hilariously romantic friendship of Palm and Gink from high school until adulthood.

11/12 Edward

 

One of Cinemalaya 2019's finest, Thop Nazareno's Edward is a coming-of-age film about a boy who treats the hospital grounds as his playground while he takes care of his ailing father. Watch it on Hooq.

12/12 Mina-Anud

 

Cebuano filmmaker Kerwin Go's debut film was inspired by real events in Eastern Samar when in 2009, a group of fishermen discovered a million-dollar's worth of illegal drugs that had washed ashore. Starring Dennis Trillo and Jerald Napoles, Mina-Anud was produced with Regal Entertainment and Epicmedia. Watch it on Hooq.

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