If you’re looking what to watch on Netflix, we’ve got you covered with the Best New Movies on Netflix and the Best New Shows on Netflix this month, but if you’re looking for something to watch right now over on Amazon Prime Video, good news. There’s lots of good new stuff heading to that streaming service in April too.
James Bond Movies
If No Time to Die‘s suddenly empty release date has you hankering for some classic 007 action, Amazon has you capital-C Covered this month. Now, you won’t be able to watch any of the Daniel Craig movies with your Prime subscription, but the streamer just added a whole dang host of classic titles, from the very first Sean Connery joint, Doctor No, to his post-George Lazenby return in Diamonds Are Forever, and the golden duo Goldfinger and GoldenEye. And while the Pierce Brosnan era certainly had its highlights
Written and directed by Drew Pearce (who most recently penned the screenplay for Hobbs and Shaw), Hotel Artemis kind of flew under the radar when it hit theaters in 2018. And that’s a shame, because the dystopian action thriller is a pretty fun and kickass little yarn with an outrageous wealth of riches in the cast.
Gods and Monsters
Few filmmakers leave behind a legacy half as majestic as James Whale, the brilliant filmmaker who helped write the language of horror cinema with classics like Frankenstein and Bride of Frankenstein, The Old Dark House, and The Invisible Man. But Bill Condon‘s semi-fictionalized 1998 drama Gods and Monsters isn’t about the majesty or the great works, it’s about the lonely human behind the legend and his heartbreaking final days long after the Hollywood glamour wore off.