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This month, Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn are once again searching for the world’s next best fashion designers — but not on Project Runway. Amazon’s Making the Cut, hosted and executive produced by Klum and Gunn, will air two episodes weekly, starting March 27. The contestants featured on the show will visit Paris, New York and Tokyo to face challenges of their skills as both entrepreneurs and designers.
Amazon is also rolling out an adaptation of Agatha Christie’s 1961 mystery novel The Pale Horse, with the full season available for streaming on March 13.
Here are all the original series and movies, as well as other licensed content, available on Amazon Prime Video this month.
Here are the new Amazon Prime Video originals in March 2020
Available March 6
ZeroZeroZero: Season 1
Available March 11
The Test: A New Era for Australia’s Team: Season 1
Available March 13
Agatha Christie’s The Pale Horse: Season 1
Jessy & Nessy: Season 1A
Available March 20
Blow the Man Down
Available March 27
Making the Cut: Season 1
Here are the TV shows and movies streaming on Amazon Prime Video in March2020
Available March 1
Danny Roane: First Time Director
Deck The Halls
Destiny Turns On The Radio
Eyes Of An Angel
Going The Distance
Good Morning, Killer
Kung Fu Panda
Lady In A Cage
Man On A Ledge
Night Of The Living Dead
Night Of The Living Dead: Resurrection
Richard The Lionheart
Amazon Prime Movies 2020 List
Spinning Into Butter
Standing In The Shadows Of Motown
The Descent: Part 2
Wayne’s World 2
Patrick Melrose: Season 1
Best Amazon Prime Movies 2020
Available March 8
Available March 13
Jay and Silent Bob Reboot
Available March 19
Available March 21
I See You
Available March 23
Best Prime Movies 2020
A Good Old Fashioned Orgy
Luther: Season 5
Available March 30
Here are the movies available for rent or purchase on Amazon Prime Video in March 2020
Available March 3
Jumanji: The Next Level
Available March 10
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Everyone knows to turn to Prime Video when it's time to rent or purchase in-demand releases — but if you're not keeping an eye on the service's rotating movie offerings, then you're probably missing out on all the 'free' stuff Prime Video gets you. Chock full of popular recent releases and older favorites, Prime Video has a solid lineup worth sorting through.
For folks looking to stream right away without dipping further into the wallet, here are the 20 best movies included on Amazon Prime Video, curated for your convenience. Y'know, just to get you started.
Develop a powerful new fear of alligators with director Alexandre Aja's engrossing Crawl. Kaya Scodelario stars as Haley, a young woman evacuating her home ahead of a Category 5 hurricane but struggling to ensure the safety of her estranged father before she leaves. The result is like that scene from the original Jumanji, y'know with the alligator in the house? But its a horror movie and also there's a hurricane. Good luck.
How to watch: Crawl is now included with Prime Video.
19. A Simple Favor
Based on Darcey Bell's novel of the same name, A Simple Favoris a slinky, sexy, ridiculous comedy thriller from Paul Feig perfect for any occasion. Anna Kendrick and Blake Lively lead as moms who connect over their sons' friendship, but soon form a sinister bond far more lasting. Think interior decorating tips meets Fashion Week meets murder. It's great.
How to watch: A Simple Favor is now included with Prime Video.
Of course, the whole Nazi zombie thing has been done before. But director Julius Avery's Overlord takes that trusty horror concept to new levels of action and gore for a high-octane, sci-fi experience you won't soon forget. Jovan Adepo, Wyatt Russell, Mathilde Ollivier, and John Magaro band together to fight off an epic villain played by Game of Thrones' Pilou Asbæk.
How to watch: Overlord is now included with Prime Video.
17. The Big Sick
Soon-to-be Marvel star Kumail Nanjiani plays himself in director Michael Showalter's telling of Nanjiani and wife Emily V. Gordon's love story with a harrowing twist. Written by Nanjiani and Gordon, The Big Sick follows a couple on the brink of a breakup who suddenly face losing each other forever. Genuinely funny and extraordinarily sweet, this meaty rom-com is perfect for when you want a meaningful watch with high entertainment value.
How to watch: The Big Sick is now included with Prime Video.
16. Guava Island
Rihanna and Donald Glover lead in this darkly joyous musical movie journey. A vibrant blend of contemporary tracks and timeless storytelling (with just a sprinkling of FX's Atlanta-esque style), Guava Island tells a of tale oppression and resistance always worth revisiting. If you haven't seen it before, make the time. At just 55 minutes, it's a steal.
How to watch: Guava Island is now included with Prime Video.
15. The Lighthouse
Add some Robert Eggers to your queue and revel in the baffling mystery that is The Lighthouse. This black-and-white nightmare features lead performances from Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe as two lighthouse keepers spiraling into madness. It goes about as well as you'd expect.
How to watch: The Lighthouse is now included with Prime Video.
14. Honey Boy
Written by Shia LaBeouf and based on his own experiences growing up, Honey Boy is a surprisingly heartfelt and impactful watch. Chronicling the life of a former child actor who spirals into alcoholism, this semi-autobiographical work offers profound insight into the pain and pressure of a man forced to evolve in the public eye.
How to watch: Honey Boy is now included with Prime Video.
13. Fighting with My Family
If you missed writer-director Stephen Merchant's emotional sports comedy — and Florence Pugh's excellent lead performance in it — then make sure to double back for Fighting with My Family. Pugh plays Paige, a character based on a real pro-wrestler, in a delightful look at dreams that Mashable's Angie Han called 'the cinematic equivalent of comfort food, something familiar and unfussy that'll nevertheless leave you satisfied.'
How to watch: Fighting with My Family is now included with Prime Video.
12. Marvel's The Avengers
Start your hero's journey all over again by rewatching the first Avengers movie. Of course, Disney+ has the most Marvel movies of any streaming service, so if you want to do a marathon that's the place to start. But if you're not subscribed there or just want to relive the Battle of New York, then this is a great opportunity to do so. Plus, shawarma!
How to watch: Marvel's The Avengers is now included with Prime Video.
11. Eighth Grade
Director Bo Burnham and star Elsie Fisher dazzle in this timeless and cringe-worthy reflection on growing up. An occasionally painful yet consistently spectacular narrative chronicles a 13-year-old girl's final week of middle school, a chance to set the record straight and reimagine her future high school self.
How to watch: Eighth Grade is now included with Prime Video.
Clue is one of those classically funny movies you just can't not enjoy. Eileen Brennan, Madeline Kahn, Christopher Lloyd, Michael McKean, Martin Mull, Lesley Ann Warren, Colleen Camp, and the iconic Tim Curry band together to run around a mansion, make some of the best puns ever written, and solve a murder like it's a board game.
How to watch: Clue is now included with Prime Video.
Taron Egerton leaves it all on the stage in director Dexter Fletcher's Elton John biopic. Reaching the highest highs and the lowest lows, Rocketman is a roller coaster of emotional turmoil, addiction, and unparalleled showmanship that somehow manages to impart meaningful perspective on legacy and staying true to yourself. Come for the songs, stay for the heartbreak. And the glitter. So much glitter.
How to watch: Rocketman is now included with Prime Video.
8. The Cabin in the Woods
If you have somehow managed to go your whole life without having this movie spoiled for you, head directly to Prime Video. Do not pass Go, do not collect $200, just go watch it. If you haven't, watch it again! There's never a bad time to enjoy Joss Whedon's unmatched horror comedy movie. It's got intrigue, it's got zombies, it's got Chris Hemsworth on a motorcycle. Go forth and rewatch!
How to watch: The Cabin in the Woods is now included with Prime Video.
7. The Report
With so many phenomenal Adam Driver movies out in 2019 (Marriage Story, The Dead Don't Die, The Rise of Skywalker) you may have missed The Report. Directed by Scott Z. Burns, this drama takes a chilling look at the Senate Intelligence Committee's investigation of the CIA's use of torture following the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Supporting performances by Annette Bening, Jon Hamm, Michael C. Hall, Ted Levine, and more make this an ensemble effort worthy of your time.
How to watch: The Report is now included with Prime Video.
6. Train to Busan
Train to Busan delivers in every way a zombie apocalypse film should. Director Yeon Sang-ho's breakneck vision of a passenger train suddenly fighting off undead predators has great action, sensational character development, and special effects you won't soon forget.
How to watch: Train to Busan is now included with Prime Video.
Director Ari Aster's second feature-length film combines colorful dreamscapes with terrifying occult rituals for a totally engrossing horror experience. Half scary movie, half fantasy story book, Midsommar isn't a casual watch. Save this one for when you have time process. Then, pair it with Hereditary (which Prime Video has too) for a terrifying Aster movie marathon.
How to watch: Midsommar is now included with Prime Video.
4. The Farewell
Awkwafina delivers a stunning lead performance in writer-director Lulu Wang's captivating tale of a granddaughter saying goodbye to her grandmother, played by Zhao Shu-zhen. A transporting blend of comedy and heartbreak — featuring a chihuahua named Ellen to boot — The Farewell touches on timeless themes of compassion and grief in a way that is both clever and moving.
How to watch: The Farewell is now included with Prime Video.
3. The Last Black Man in San Francisco
In director Joe Talbot's feature-length film debut, leads Jimmie Falls and Jonathan Majors present a friendship so compelling you'll have a soft spot in your heart for it always. Falls, playing a semi-autobiographical version of himself, embarks on a journey to restore his grandfather's Victorian-style home in the midst of the rapidly gentrifying city.
How to watch: The Last Black Man in San Francisco is now included with Prime Video.
2. Knives Out
Rian Johnson's Academy Award-nominated whodunit Knives Out checks every box on a movie lover's list. It's got Chris Evans in a cable-knit sweater, Daniel Craig doing the worst accent you've ever learned to accept, Ana de Armas just existing. Join the wealthy Thrombey family for a wholesome night of backstabbing in this delightful murder mystery.
How to watch: Knives Out is now included with Prime Video.
1. Almost Famous
From its iconic scenes ('Tiny Dancer,' 'I am a golden god,' 'Marianne with the pot!') to its hidden gems (I've said it before, and I'll say it again: Rainn Wilson as Dave Felton!), Almost Famous remains one of the most re-watchable movies in history. Patrick Fugit stars as a teen rock journalist — a semi-autobiographical character based on writer-director Cameron Crowe's experience writing for Rolling Stone in the '70s — opposite Kate Hudson, Billy Crudup, Frances McDormand, and more. Just watch it. Again. And again.
How to watch: Almost Famous is now included with Prime Video.