After Theatrical Release, Is Violent Night on Amazon Prime?

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Is Violent Night on Amazon Prime?
After Theatrical Release, Is Violent Night on Amazon Prime? (PicSource: Instagram/ Violent Night)

Universal Pictures’ action comedy ‘Violent Night’ has finally been released in the USA theaters and received a mixed response from critics and audiences[1]. Directed by Tommy Wirkola, ‘Violent Night’ stars David Harbor, John Leguizamo, Alexis Louder, Alex Hassell, and Edi Patterson. The writers of the film are Pat Casey and Josh Miller. Produced by Kelly McCormick, David Leitch, and Guy Danella under the production banners of 87North Productions, and Universal Pictures will distribute it.

Is Violent Night on Amazon Prime?

After Theatrical Release, Is Violent Night on Amazon Prime?
After Theatrical Release, Is Violent Night on Amazon Prime? (PicSource: Instagram/ Violent Night)

Yes, Universal Pictures’ action comedy ‘Violent Night’ will be available on Amazon Prime Video in the USA after its theatrical release, but only in rental or pay-per-view versions at $4.99 to $19.99, not for official streaming. Not only on Amazon Prime Video, but it will also be available for rental version on Vudu, Youtube, Itunes, Google Play Movies, and Redbox, and according to reports, it will be available on-demand version within a month of its theatrical release; before its official streaming.

Talking about official streaming, due to the official production of Universal Pictures, ‘Violent Night’ will be officially streaming on Universal’s Peacock after 3-4 months of its theatrical release. Overall, if R-rated ‘Violent Night’ is on your watching list, then you can watch this on Peacock (streaming) and Amazon Prime (rental). If not, so, just leave it.


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