The weekend has rolled around again and it is also the start of a brand new month on Sunday.
But after a glorious few weeks in July, the weather isn’t looking too great this weekend and therefore, it’s probably time to head back indoors and take in a well-earned rest at home.
Or even if you do go out, you may be back early enough to settle down in front of the small screen.
Whatever the case may be for you, if you’re something to keep you entertained for a while, look no further.
Because if find yourself looking for something to watch on one of the many streaming services, worry not as there are plenty more to get stuck into this week.
Now, Amazon Prime Video and Netflix have added a load of new content this weekend with plenty of new releases and all-time favourites added.
To help you navigate the streaming services a little more easily, here are the new films this week.
Netflix Resort to Love
Reeling from a broken heart and career meltdown, a singer takes a gig at a swanky island resort — where her ex-fiancé happens to be getting married.
The Last Mercenary
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A legendary secret agent-turned-mercenary comes out of hiding to save the son he’s never met. Learning how to be a dad may be his toughest mission yet. Jean-Claude Van Damme stars.
The Vault follows a genius engineering graduate who is interested in the Bank of Spain’s safe.
NOW (with Sky Cinema) Knives Out
Knives Out is among the new releases
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A family gathering goes wrong when the patriarch is murdered, and a detective is sent in to investigate. Rian Johnson’s hilarious murder mystery starring Daniel Craig.
A blissful tourist trip turns into a nightmare when five passengers on a seaplane become stranded miles from shore where they have to survive a menacing terror lurking beneath the surface.
Amazon Prime Video Jaws
It’s the seventies classic
The Steven Spielberg classic is making its way to Amazon Prime. If you need reminding of the plot, a large man-eating shark wreaks havoc off the coast of Long Island whilst local sheriff Martin Brody finds himself caught between a panicking community and a town council eager to play down the reported deaths.
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