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Films on-demand

Every other week we’re updating this list with the best selection of films on-demand, from Prime Video, iPlayer, ITV Hub, My5, Netflix, STV Player and more!

Prime Video joins Freesat on our 4K TV Boxes! 

If you’re a Prime member, simply head to the On Demand section of our 4K TV box and login to your Amazon account to start streaming your favourite TV shows and movies. Not a Prime member yet?  Simply open the app and follow the instructions to sign up and enjoy a 30 day free trial and you’ll be able to watch all these films and more!

Prime Video

Parasite 

You can now watch this award-winning, spectacular thriller that will leave you feeling uneasy, happy and sad all at once over on Prime Video. The film, which won four Oscars and has a 99% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, is something unlike we’ve ever seen before, and is definitely worth a watch. That’s our Friday night sorted! Check out a clip from the film below:  

 

Everybody’s Game 

Love rugby? We think you should check out Everybody’s Game over on Prime Video this week, as the athletes share their unique experiences of rising through the ranks in rugby, a game in which many of their peers have never heard of. It truly is a game for everybody. Check out the documentary trailer below!  

 

1917 

Not one to miss in your lifetime, 1917 won 7 BAFTA awards and was directed by Oscar winner Sam Mendes. Filmed in one entire shot, 1917 is a story of two young British soldiers during the height of the First World War who must cross over into enemy territory to deliver an important message that could stop a deadly attack on their fellow comrades. Check out the trailer of this spectacular film below:  

 

Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm 

The one everyone had been waiting for since the first film released in 2006, 14 years later Sacha Baron-Cohen brings the iconic character Borat back to life as he makes his way back to America to deliver his daughter to President Donald Trump in exchange for his freedom back home. With plenty of awkward real-life encounters that shed light on the realities of not only people in power but regular citizens, this is sure to give you a laugh. 

 

After We Collided 

The sequel to After, featuring a young, slightly awkward and conservative girl named Tessa (Josephine Langford) who meets bad boy Hardin Scott (Hero Fiennes-Tiffin), returns for more forbidden love in After We Collided, and this time things between them only grow more intense – will their love hold up? Check out the trailer below:  

 


Want to know what films are coming up this week on TV? Check out our list of the top films to watch on Freesat and favourite this page for more on-demand picks, updated fortnightly!