Now Streaming

Now Streaming: It Follows, The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, and More

by | June 30, 2015 | Comments

This week on streaming video, we’ve got an acclaimed indie horror film, a lighthearted sequel, and a transgender family drama available for purchase. On subscriptions services Netflix and Fandor, we’ve got a few recent films and a couple of classics. Read on for the full list:

Available for purchase


It Follows

Maika Monroe stars as a suburban Michigan teen who becomes infected with a malevolent spirit after a sexual encounter, and it won’t stop pursuing her until she gives it to someone else — or dies.

Available now on: Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, Google Play

The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

This time out, hotel managers Muriel (Maggie Smith) and Kapoor (Dev Patel) are looking to expand the business, while an American novelist (Richard Gere) takes up residence and various other occupants fall in and out of love.

Available now on: iTunes, Google Play,

52 Tuesdays

This family drama centers on a transgender mother in the midst of transition whose bond with his teenage daughter is tested as they meet every Tuesday for a year and witness each other’s changes.

Available now on: iTunes, Vudu


New on Netflix


Beyond the Lights

Gugu Mbatha-Raw stars as a rising pop star who’s rapidly becoming disenchanted with fame. She falls hard for Kaz (Nate Parker), an off-duty police officer, after he helps her out of a jam.

Available now on: Netflix

What Happened, Miss Simone?

This documentary chronicles the life of legendary American singer Nina Simone, utilizing rare footage and previously unheard recordings.

Available now on: Netflix


In this indie sci-fi drama, a woman undergoes a risky neurological procedure in order to help secure her daughter’s future.

Available now on:


New on Fandor


Filmed over the course of several years, and plagued by innumeral problems, Orson Welles’ Othello is nonetheless a visually stunning, gloriously energetic take on Shakespeare’s great tragedy.

Available now on: Fandor

Three Colors: Red

The concluding chapter of Krzysztof Kieslowski’s monumental Three Colors trilogy is the story of a reclusive retired judge, a lonely model, and a lost dog.

Available now on: Fandor

Tag Cloud

stand-up comedy Lifetime Family tv talk technology Sundance Now USA LGBT what to watch 2019 Fox News Marvel sports casting Shondaland anime Box Office Amazon Prime Video zombie Opinion nature ratings Emmy Nominations diversity supernatural Photos Pet Sematary Sundance Valentine's Day Rocky Peacock animated Drama NBC E! Video Games true crime PBS American Society of Cinematographers Holidays dragons streaming travel Dark Horse Comics Tomatazos Tumblr Musical TBS foreign Starz psychological thriller Animation Spring TV BET DC Comics hist Women's History Month vampires Universal Film Festival teaser festivals zero dark thirty Warner Bros. Esquire social media Amazon Prime Chilling Adventures of Sabrina HBO History Emmys Food Network PaleyFest See It Skip It theme song biography AMC Winter TV Infographic Premiere Dates TruTV video DGA LGBTQ Music USA Network natural history doctor who Year in Review Action science fiction ABC Family dceu IFC Films sitcom spanish language CBS All Access political drama adaptation transformers psycho Bravo Heroines Biopics President Fantasy spy thriller Sci-Fi boxoffice period drama 20th Century Fox singing competition DirecTV Creative Arts Emmys El Rey ESPN BBC America The Arrangement Character Guide Star Wars Nominations Comic Book Red Carpet Disney Channel Spike CBS strong female leads mockumentary First Reviews WGN Teen IFC miniseries spain Freeform Cartoon Network Lionsgate children's TV Columbia Pictures Kids & Family SundanceTV Pride Month TV TIFF mutant ABC zombies composers YouTube Red Epix First Look SDCC Trailer Showtime thriller San Diego Comic-Con Ovation aliens Podcast romance Crackle spider-man The CW X-Men BBC FOX sequel Disney Trivia discovery Oscars crime thriller Winners Mary Poppins Returns Awards Cosplay comiccon FXX Thanksgiving APB Mary poppins 2015 Sneak Peek MCU blaxploitation Pop TCA Nat Geo cults GoT Mary Tyler Moore Rock RT History MSNBC Spectrum Originals Sony Pictures Summer docudrama jamie lee curtis Rom-Com Musicals CMT Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt justice league Masterpiece Brie Larson YA space Comedy VH1 Adult Swim CNN Disney streaming service 21st Century Fox The Witch toy story Mudbound elevated horror Star Trek SXSW Mindy Kaling Elton John E3 Watching Series Martial Arts cooking OWN Cannes Christmas Writers Guild of America TV Land game of thrones MTV TNT historical drama Captain marvel GIFs ITV Film comic ghosts Marathons Logo series Superheroe DC Universe harry potter disaster 24 frames Syfy Countdown Reality Competition Shudder HBO Max New York Comic Con police drama talk show 2018 Horror Binge Guide witnail YouTube Premium Grammys Calendar Stephen King A&E television Extras Paramount Network hispanic 2017 Best and Worst National Geographic medical drama anthology unscripted Superheroes Pirates cops Ghostbusters kids Apple Chernobyl Amazon 45 Super Bowl serial killer crime drama WarnerMedia Mystery 71st Emmy Awards Interview Ellie Kemper Rocketman green book 007 richard e. Grant Paramount Reality NYCC GLAAD Pixar Tarantino Election Britbox Nickelodeon Vudu cinemax Set visit 2016 facebook Comedy Central award winner Netflix Awards Tour RT21 Country Schedule robots finale Television Academy Toys spinoff Western Lucasfilm Arrowverse war dc CW Seed quibi adventure TCM TCA 2017 crime Anna Paquin Acorn TV Walt Disney Pictures game show Polls and Games cats politics Black Mirror Trophy Talk revenge Comics on TV Fall TV based on movie FX DC streaming service Certified Fresh TLC cars Song of Ice and Fire crossover Quiz golden globes movies latino book Hulu binge VICE dramedy south america