After the hangover from the Oscars, where Apple TV+ has been crowned the first on-demand content platform to win an award for best film, today we bring you a compilation with all the premieres of Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV +, HBO, Movistar +, Disney + and Filmin this week.
Movies, series and documentaries that land on the main platforms, so you can enjoy this week a wide variety of content. Let’s see the main news.
Netflix releases this week
We start with Netflix, the truth is that it has not presented great news for this week, although next month’s releases point to ways.
- Thermae Romae Novae (March 28, 2022).
- Mike Epps: Indiana Mike (March 29, 2022).
- Johnny Hallyday: Beyond Rock (March 29, 2022).
- Mighty Express (March 29, 2022).
- Hail (March 30, 2022).
- The Uysal family (March 30, 2022).
- Diomedes: The idol, the mystery and the tragedy (March 30, 2022).
- Trust No One: The Hunt for the King of Cryptocurrency (March 30, 2022).
- by PupZ (March 31, 2022).
- The bubble (April 1, 2022).
- Apollo 10 and a half: A space childhood (April 1, 2022).
- Cocomelon. To sing! (April 1, 2022).
- Battle: Freestyle (April 1, 2022).
- The last bus (April 1, 2022).
- Celeb Five: Behind the Curtain (April 1, 2022).
This week’s Amazon Prime Video premieres
It seems that the purchase of MGM by Amazon has not brought more movies and series to its catalog, although things will change in the coming months. In any case, the second season of El internado was one of the great novelties that many expected.
- A wolf like me (April 1, 2022).
- Season 2 of El Internado: Las Cumbres (April 1, 2022).
Disney+ releases of the week
Without a doubt, the arrival of The Moon Knight is one of the great novelties of the week and one of the most anticipated Disney + releases. As the synopsis says «Moon Knight is the alter-ego of Marc Spector, the wayward son of a rabbi with Israeli origins. Marc ends up becoming a born boxer and combat expert, thanks to strong military training. One of his combat missions takes him to Egypt, where he finds an ancient temple built for Khonshu, an ancient moon deity. The protagonist dies and has an appearance of Khonshu, ending the encounter with the delivery of Spector’s body to the deity and being able to return to life as an incarnation of Khonshu, endowing him with powers.»
- Moon Knight (March 30, 2022).
- Nate’s Dream (April 1, 2022)
HBO Max releases of the week
- When we were stalkers (March 30, 2022).
- Julia (March 31, 2022).
- Moonshot (March 31, 2022).
Movistar+ premieres of the week
dangerous cuts. Unpublished Cinema
Premieres by M+ (dial 30). Rachel Carey’s feature film writing and directing debut is this smart, irreverent and poignant black comedy that turns into a hilarious cry against gentrification and social decay in big-city neighbourhoods. ‘Dangerous Courts’ is set in a working-class Dublin neighborhood, Piglinstown, in full decline due to attacks and blackmail by Deano’s gang.
Resident Alien. Season 2
Filmin premieres this week
The Beach Bum (March 30)
Matthew McConaughey in his most radical role playing the son that Jack Kerouac and Bad Bunny could have had, a cursed poet who spends his days smoking all the pot he can.
Dangerous Cuts (March 30)
Dublin hairdressers become heroes as they stand up to the people endangering their community. Hooligan Irish black comedy, as refreshing as a good haircut.
Howard: A New Hero (April 1, 2022)
A true classic of the eighties that in its time was battered by critics and audiences and now stands as a cult jewel of kitsch nostalgia.
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (April 1, 2022)
Nasty and proud blasphemy at the hands of Terry Gilliam who painstakingly and extremely peculiarly translates the memoirs of “beatnick” legend Hunter S. Thompson to the screen.
Trash Humpers (April 1, 2022)
The movie you wish you hadn’t seen and will never forget. Kind of like a slimy VHS tape someone found in a dumpster. Work of worship and repulsion.
Krisha (April 1, 2022)
First feature by Trey Edwards Shults (“It Comes at Night”), Best Picture in South By Southwest. A family drama full of intensity, lies and addictions.
1985 (April 1, 2022)
Corey Michael Smith, Virginia Madsen and Michael Chiklis star in this extraordinary drama centered on a conservative American family during the first AIDS crisis in the 1980s.