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The streaming platforms do not seem to take vacations, and during the month of August interesting news continues to arrive on each of them. Proposals of all kinds, both in the field of series and in cinema, on platforms such as Filmin, Prime Video and Movistar Plus+. These are some of the most interesting things that we can find during this hot month.

Prime Video: new movies, series and documentaries

‘Samaritan’

Not even Sylvester Stallone himself is free from prying into the popular superhero genre, although in his case he is going to bet on something more crepuscular that fits with this stage of his career. This film by Julius Avery (‘Overlord’) follows the adventures of a superhero left for dead 20 years ago, but who may have to return to action due to rising crime and the conviction of a young teenager who calls for his help.

Other Prime Video releases

  • ‘All or Nothing: Arsenal’ (08/04)
  • thirteen lives‘ (05/08)
  • ‘A League of Their Own’ (08/12)
  • ‘Cosmic Love’ (08/12)
  • ‘I can’t without you’ (08/12)
  • ‘News of a kidnapping’ (08/12)
  • Game of assassins‘ (08/18)
  • ‘Making the Cut’, S3 (08/19)
  • ‘First Love’ (08/19)
  • Samaritan‘ (08/26)
  • ‘Untrapped: The Story of Lil Baby’ (08/26)

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Filmin: new films, series and documentaries

‘The Humans’

After having sounded last fall to be one of the possible independent sensations of the season -after all, it comes with the A24 seal-, ‘The Humans’ finally arrives here through Filmin. Playwright Stephen Karam’s first directorial film puts us in the bosom of a peculiar family that gathers to celebrate Thanksgiving, although strange things begin to happen in the building where they congregate. The film is guaranteed by always remarkable actors like Richard Jenkins, Steven Yeun and Beanie Feldstein.

Other premieres in Filmin

  • ‘The emigrants’ (08/02)
  • ‘Counting sheep’ (08/05)
  • ‘I want to talk about Duras’ (08/05)
  • ‘Kung Fu Zohra’ (08/05)
  • ‘The teacher’ (08/09)
  • ‘She Will’ (08/12)
  • ‘All You Need’ S1 and S2 (08/12)
  • Traces‘Season 2 (08/16)
  • ‘Summer nights’ (08/19)
  • ‘Perni’ S2 (08/23)
  • ‘The Humans’ (08/26)
  • ‘Sanditon’ Season 2 (08/31)

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Movistar+: new movies, series and documentaries

‘Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City’

Following the much-discussed Netflix series based on the popular video games, another attempt at adaptation arrives at Movistar that sought to distance itself from the line marked by the first Paul WS Anderson saga. Its unremarkable stint in theaters makes it difficult for ‘Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City’ to continue its own saga, although it was a more than estimable and different version, with so many nods to games such as classic horror and action references ranging from the zombies from George A. Romero to John Carpenter, and also with a gratefully macabre sense of humor. He deserved better fortune at the time.

Other premieres on Movistar Plus +

The streaming platforms do not seem to take vacations, and during the month of August interesting news continues to arrive…

The streaming platforms do not seem to take vacations, and during the month of August interesting news continues to arrive…

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