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Here’s what’s new for home viewing on Video on Demand, Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, HBO, and other streaming services, starting Friday.
Best streams of the week
In the teenage thriller “One of Us Is Lying: Season 1” (TV-MA), a high school student in custody is murdered and the four survivors all have a motive and an opportunity. This murder mystery twist on “The Breakfast Club” is based on the bestselling novel. Three episodes are available, with new episodes arriving on Thursdays. (Peacock)
Scarlett Johansson reprizes her role as Natasha Romanoff in “Black Widow” (2021, PG-13), a superhero adventure as a conspiracy thriller that sends Natasha delving into her past. Previously a premium rental, it now broadcasts to subscribers. (Disney +)
Impactful, award-winning documentary “Jacinta” (2021, TV-14), shot over three years, delves into the brutal reality of addiction as it follows a 26-year-old single mother and addict recovering as she tries to break the cycle that took hold of his own mother. (Hulu)
The episodes of the new season of “Saturday Night Live” (TV-14) debut simultaneously on Peacock and the following day on Hulu.
News: Free ad-supported Kino Cult streaming launches with hundreds of hours of horror and cult movie programming. More information at www.kinocult.com.
The Great Gonzo takes the helm of “Muppets Haunted Mansion” (2021, TV-PG), a musical starring the Muppets as ghosts and a human cast including Will Arnett, Yvette Nicole Brown, Darren Criss and Taraji P Henson. (Disney +)
Netflix begins its Halloween originals with “There’s Someone Inside Your House” (2021, TV-MA), about a masked killer targeting high school kids. For younger audiences there is the interactive film “Escape The Undertaker” (2021, TV-PG) starring WWE Superstars, and the animated series “A Tale Dark & Grimm: Season 1” (TV -Y7). (Netflix)
“Madres” (2021, unrated), about a Mexican-American couple waiting with strange symptoms, and “The Manor” (2021, unrated), set in a nursing home attacked by force supernatural, debut by Blumhouse. (Amazon Prime)
Classic Choices: Go back to the golden age of American horror with the original “Dracula” (1931) starring Bela Lugosi (Peacock), “The Mummy” (1932) starring Boris Karloff (Peacock and Criterion Channel), “The Invisible Man” (1933) (Peacock and Criterion Channel), and the magnificent “Bride of Frankenstein” (1935) (Peacock and Criterion Channel).
Favorite: the Spanish version of “Dracula” (1931), shot on the same sets, is sexier than the original. (Channel criterion)
Pay-Per-View / Video on demand
Tim Blake Nelson is “Old Henry” (unrated) in the skinny western about a farmer whose hidden past resurfaces when his farm is besieged. Premium VOD.
“Space Jam: A New Legacy” (2021, PG) with LeBron James, and the sequel to the horror film “Escape Room: Tournament of Champions” (2021, PG-13) are also on DVD and on Redbox.
The young adult sitcom “Pretty Smart: Season 1” (TV-14) features former Disney Channel stars Emily Osment and Gregg Sulin.
Amazon Prime Video
“Justin Bieber: Our World” (2021, PG) is offering a backstage pass for the 2020 New Years concert.
The documentary “15 Minutes of Shame” (TV-MA) delves into the culture of public shame and cyber-harassment.
The documentary “Madame X” (2021, unrated) takes viewers behind the scenes of Madonna’s latest tour.
New on disc and at Redbox
“Space Jam: New Legacy” and “Escape Room: Tournament of Champions”.
Axmaker is a Seattle film critic and writer. His streaming movie and TV reviews can be found at streamondemandathome.com.