What’s leaving Amazon Prime Video UK in September / October 2018?
Staff Reporter | On 23, Sep 2018Reading time: 2 mins
Autumn is in the air, but before the sun can disappear out of sight, it’s got some competition from a flock of Amazon Prime Video titles, which are racing over the horizon as their streaming rights expire. From spooky horror and intensely performed drama, this month is your last chance to stream the following on Amazon Prime Video UK:
Flight – 23rd September
Denzel Washington soars in this worthy drama about an alcoholic pilot struggling to deal with the aftermath of a plane crash.
Lion – 27th September
Dev Patel is sensational in this powerfully moving drama about a five-year-old Indian boy, who gets lost on the streets of Calcutta, thousands of kilometers from home. 25 years later, after being adopted by a family in Australia, he sets out to find his lost family.
Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark – 30th September
Katie Holmes and Guy Pearce star as the parents of a young girl who finds the family’s new mansion is also home to critters in the basement that only come out when the lights are off. Guillermo Del Toro’s co-written script keeps the kids’ perspective creepily convincing, while Troy Nixey’s direction plays on moving shadows with genuinely spooky tension.
The Girl on the Train – 6th October
Emily Blunt is excellent in this uneven adaptation of Paula Hawkins’ gripping novel.
Other titles leaving Amazon Prime Video UK in September / October 2018:
A Football Life – Dick Butkus & Gale Sayers
A Football Life – Mike Singletary
A Football Life – Bill Belichick
A Football Life – Brett Favre
The Time Machine (2002)
The Final Destination
Final Destination 2
My Sister’s Keeper
He’s Just Not That Into You
How to be Single
Fireman Sam: Heroes of the Storm
Fireman Sam: The Great Fire of Pontypandy
Imagine Dragons: Smoke + Mirrors Live
Twelfth Night (2018)
Into the Storm (2014)
The Bye Bye Man
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