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Watch ‘Goodnight Mommy,’ Bone Tomahawk’ and More on Hulu and Amazon Prime Next Year

Watch 'Goodnight Mommy,' Bone Tomahawk' and More on Hulu and Amazon Prime Next Year

December is drawing to a close, which means that winter is officially here, Christmas is just a few days away, and New Years is soon to follow. That also means a new wave of titles will be released via streaming services starting in January, making classic films and some of the year’s best indies available with just a few clicks.

We’ve rounded up the best titles from Hulu and Amazon Prime to help you usher in the new year.

READ MORE: Here’s Where You Can Watch the Best Films of the Year

HULU:

Available January 1:
“Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out of Water” (2015)
“52 Pick-Up” (1986)
“Guns Of The Magnificent Seven” (1969)
“Larger Than Life” (1996)
“Mighty Fine” (2012)
“Mission: Impossible” (1996)
“Planes, Trains and Automobiles” (1987)
“Scrooged” (1998)
“Bad Influence” (1990)
“Beverly Hills Cop II” (1987)
“Breakfast at Tiffany’s” (1961)
“The Broken” (2008)
“Catch-22” (1970)
“Caveman” (1981)
“Devil’s Double” (2011)
“Everything or Nothing: The Untold Story of 007” (2012)
“Explorers” (1985)
“Footloose” (1984)
“From Mexico with Love” (2009)
“The Future” (2011)
“The Ghost And The Darkness” (1996)
“The Happy Hooker” (1975)
“Heartbreakers” (2001)

Indiewire Pick: “High Noon” (1952)

Here is one of the most iconic Westerns of all time. Gary Cooper plays a marshal who’s forced to become an army of one against a gang of killers when the townspeople turn their back on him. The film stars Grace Kelly as the marshal’s pacifist Quaker wife, and the two make an on screen pair that still entertains more than sixty years later. “High Noon” broke out of the traditional Western mold in many ways, including the fact that it plays out in almost real time. Dramatic tension is high throughout the film as Cooper meets obstacles at every turn while the clock ticks forward towards his deadly meeting.

“I.Q.” (1994)
“License to Kill”  (1969)
“Mao’s Last Dancer” (2009)
“Married to the Mob” (1988)
“Miami Blues” (1990)

Indiewire Pick: “The Parallax View” (1974)

This is the second installment in Alan Paukla’s “Paranoia Trilogy,” in between “Klute” (1971) and “All the President’s Men” (1976). In this political thriller reporter Joe Frady (Warren Beatty) suspects the Parallax Corporation may be responsible for the assassination of a presidential candidate. As his investigation goes deeper he finds people involved are mysteriously turning up dead, and he begins to fear his own life may be at risk. The film was politically relevant at the time as it had parallels to conspiracies surrounding the JFK assassination, and its overall sense of political paranoia translates just as well in today’s climate.

“Radio Days” (1987)

Indiewire Pick: “Serpico” (1973)

Al Pacino has one of his most iconic roles in this film from Sidney Lumet, based on a true story. Frank Serpico (Pacino) is a NYPD officer who is an outsider on the force, but an outstanding officer. As he starts to work up the ranks, he realizes that corruption is rampant among his peers and superiors, and puts his own safety on the line to blow the whistle on those wrongdoings. Serpico’s inner struggle is brilliantly acted by Pacino in a film that won himself and screenwriters Waldo Salt and Norman Wexler Academy Award nominations.

“Shane” (1953)
“Stigmata” (1999)
“There Be Dragons” (2011)
“Thief” (1981)
“Two Family House” (2000)
“Dual Survival” Complete Season 4 (Discovery)
“Fast N’ Loud” Complete Season 7 (Discovery)
“Gold Rush” Complete Season 5 (Discovery)
“Street Outlaws” Complete Season 4 (Discovery)
“Sister Wives” Complete Seasons 4&5 (TLC)
“The Little Couple” Complete Season 9 (TLC)
“River Monsters” Complete Season 6 (Animal Planet)
“Homicide Hunter” Complete Season 4 (Investigation Discovery)
“Nightmare Next Door” Complete Season 8 (Investigation Discovery)
“Who the (Bleep) Did I Marry?” Complete Season 5 (Investigation Discovery)
“Survivorman” Complete Season 5 (Science Channel)
“How It’s Made” Complete Season 17 (Science Channel)
“Bering Sea Gold” Complete Seasons 1&2 (Discovery)
“Naked and Afraid: XL” Complete Season 1 (Discovery)
“Billy Bob’s Gags to Riches” Complete Season 1 (Discovery)
“Highway to Sell” Complete Season 1 (Discovery)
“The Kennedy Detail” Complete Season 1 (Discovery)
“Angels Among Us” Complete Season 1 (TLC)
“My Five Wives” Complete Season 2 (TLC)
“Outrageous 911” Complete Season 1 (TLC)
“Risking It All” Complete Season 1 (TLC)
“Dick Clark’s Primetime New Year’s Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seacrest 2016” Special (ABC)

Available January 2:

“Perfect Sense” (2011)

“Project Almanac” (2014)

Available January 3:

“Cell 211” (2009)

“Bordertown” Series Premiere (FOX)

Available January 4:

“Into the Abyss” (2011)

“Cooper Barrett’s Guide to Surviving Life” Series Premiere (FOX)

“Galavant” Season 2 Premiere (ABC)

“Bordertown” Series Premiere (FOX)

Available January 5:

“You Kill Me” (2007)

“Maison Close 2010” Complete Season 1

“Adventure Time” Season 6 New Episodes (Cartoon Network)
 “The Biggest Loser” Season 17 Premiere (NBC)

“It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” Complete Season 10 (FXX)

“Superhuman” Series Premiere (FOX)

“The Bachelor” Season 20 Premiere (ABC)

“Superhuman” Special (FOX)

Available January 6:

“Stolen” (2009)
 “Chicago Fire” New Episodes (NBC)

“Chicago Med” New Episodes (NBC)

“American Idol” Final Season Premiere (FOX)

“Couples Therapy” Winter Finale (VH1)

“New Girl” Season 5 Premiere (FOX)

“Hollywood Game Night” Season Premiere (NBC)

Available January 7:

“The Thin Blue Line” (1988)

“#Lucky Number” (2015)

“Uncle John” (2015)

“Closer to God” (2014)

“Redwood Massacre” (2014)

“The Ouija Resurrection” (2015)

“The Devil’s Mistress” (2008)

“The Temptations” (1998)

“Spinning Boris” (2003)

“Dad for Rent” (2014)

“The Pinkie” (2014)

“Famous Nathan” (2014)

“Amour Fou” (2014)

“The Color of Noise” (2015)

“Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” New Episodes (NBC)

“The Mysteries of Laura” New Episodes (NBC)

“Chicago P.D.” New Episodes (NBC)

Available January 8:

“Sleeping Beauty” (2011)

“A Lonely Place to Die” (2011)

“In The House” (2012)

“Hot Tub Time Machine 2” (2015)

“Shades of Blue” Series Premiere (NBC)

“My Diet is Better Than Yours” Series Premiere (ABC)

“Beyond the Tank” Season Premiere (ABC)

Available January 9:

“Albatross” (2011)

“Red Riding Trilogy: In the Year of Our Lord 1974” (2009)

“Red Riding Trilogy: In the Year of Our Lord 1980” (2009)
“Red Riding Trilogy: In the Year of Our Lord 1983” (2009)

“Love Unto Death” (1984)

“The Voices” (2014)

“Undateable” New Episodes (NBC)

“Truth Be Told” New Episodes (NBC)

“Grimm” (NBC)

Available January 10:

“Life Is A Bed of Roses” (1983)
“Bar Rescue” Winter Finale (Spike)

Available January 12:

“Finding Carter” Winter Finale (MTV)

“Sweat Inc” Winter Finale (Spike)

Available January 13:

“Wubbzy’s Big Movie”

“Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! Amazing Wubbzy”

“Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! Wubbzy and the Fire Engine”

“Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! Wubbzy and the Great Outdoors”

“Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! Wubbzy The Star!”

Available January 14:

“Second Chance” Series Premiere (FOX)

Available January 16:

“Hell’s Kitchen” Season 15 Premiere (FOX)

Available January 17:

“Saturday Night Live” New Episodes (NBC)

Available January 18:

“The Strange Truth” Series Premiere (Nat Geo)

“History of the World” Series Premiere (Nat Geo)

Available January 22:

“4:44 Last Day on Earth” (2011)

“DC’s Legends of Tomorrow” Series Premiere (CW)

“The 100” Season 3 Premiere (CW)

Available January 23:

“Reign” Winter Finale (CW)

Available January 25:

“Regular Show” Complete Season 6 (Cartoon Network)

“The X-Files” Season 10 Premiere (FOX)

Available January 26:

Indiewire Pick: “Mommy” (2014)

Xavier Dolan is one of the most exciting new directors in independent film, and his 2014 film “Mommy” cemented his status as an emerging auteur. This is the fifth film from the 26-year-old director, centering around a violent son struggling with ADHD and a dangerous temper, and his mother (Anne Dorval) who has to do what she can to keep him under control. Steve’s unpredicatabliity creates a constant tension between himself and his mother, a tension that always seems to be building to a violent end. “Mommy” is a vivid and emotionally tense film that will leave viewers waiting for what Dolan has in store next.

“Fear the Walking Dead” Complete Season 1 (AMC)
“Lucifer” Series Premiere (FOX)
“The Westbrooks” Winter Finale (BET)
Available January 27:
“The Boonies” Series Premiere (Nat Geo)
“Mine Hunters” Series Premiere (Nat Geo)
Available January 30:”Aqua Teen Hunger Force Forever” All Episodes (Adult Swim)

Amazon Prime

Available January 1:
“Thundercats” Season One

Indiewire Pick: “Bone Tomahawk” (2015)

While most people will see Kurt Russell and his impressive facial hair in Quentin Tarantino’s “The Hateful Eight” later this year, he has an equally impressive leading role in “Bone Tomahawk” as a sheriff tasked with tracking down a band of violent, deadly Native Americans when they kidnap the town doctor. This film’s gruesome violence and Wild West setting along with a lean towards cult film aesthetics have led people to call it a “horror western,” a rare and unique blend of genres that makes “Bone Tomahawk” stand out from the crowd.

“I’ll See You In My Dreams” (2015)

“Annie” (2014)

“The Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out of Water” (2015)

“Paper Planes” (2014)

“Miracle On 34th Street” (1947)

“The Da Vinci Code” (2006)
Journey To The Center Of The Earth”

“Taps” (1981)

“An Affair To Remember” (1957)

“The St. Valentine’s Day Massacre” (1967)

“Dazed and Confused” (1993)

Available January 4:

“Breakfast At Tiffany’s” (1961)

“Planes, Trains & Automobiles” (1987)

“Margin Call” (2011)
“Serpico” (1973)

Available January 5:
“1408” (2007)

 Available January 8:

“Hot Tub Time Machine” (2010)

Available January 9:

Indiewire Pick: “Goodnight Mommy” (2015)

The first feature film from Austrian directing duo Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala is one of those films that transcended both its genre and its foreign film status to become one of the most talked about independent films of this year. This psychological horror film centers around twin boys who become convinced their mother is an impostor when she comes home from surgery with bandages on her face. The tension between the mother and her sons evolves over the course of the film, always leaving viewers guessing about what’s really going on and ending in a way that is as unexpected as it is horrifying.

Available January 11:

“All Creatures Big and Small” (2015)

Available January 13:

“The Missing” (2003)

Available January 14:

“The Second Mother” (2015)

Available January 15:

“Just Add Magic”: Season 1

Available January 16:

“Frank Miller’s Sin City” (2005)

“Spare Parts” (2015)

Available January 22:

“Mad Dogs” Season 1

Available January 23:

“Mortdecai” (2015)

Available January 26:

“Man of Tai Chi” (2013)

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