Movies And TV Shows Coming To Amazon Prime UK In July 2022

There are some great movies and TV shows coming to Prime this month but as ever, we don’t have a complete list as Prime tends to drop titles randomly throughout the month.

Below is a preview of the titles that have been confirmed so far.

1st July

The Terminal List: Season 1

Chris Pratt stars as James Reece, a former Navy SEAL officer who tries to find out why his entire platoon was ambushed during a high-stakes covert mission. During his investigation, he discovers dark forces may be working against him. The series is based on a book by former Seal Jack Carr and if successful, we are likely to see further adaptations of the book series.

Saint Maud (2019)

Unsettling horror about a live-in nurse who becomes dangerously obsessed with saving the soul of the woman in her care.

This Is The Year (2022)

A nerdy high school senior does what he can to win over the girl of his dreams in this fun and rather innocent coming-of-age comedy.

8th July

Birds Of Prey (2020)

After splitting up from “Mistah J,” Harley Quinn joins forces with superheroines Black Canary, Huntress and Renee Montoya to save a young girl who has been abducted by an evil crime lord. This bright and colourful comic book flick is the perfect antidote to Zach Snyder’s darker, more doom-laden DC outings.

At Eternity’s Gate (2018, via Freevee)

Willem Dafoe expertly portrays Vincent Van Gogh in this well-crafted biopic from director Julien Schnabel.

15th July

Don’t Make Me Go (2022)

Get your handkerchiefs at the ready as this promises to be a bit of a tear-jerker. The film tells the story of a single father (John Cho), who learns that he has a fatal brain tumour. He takes his teenage daughter (Mia Isaac) on a road trip to find the mother who abandoned her years before and teaches her a few life lessons along the way. Kaya Scodelario and Jermaine Clement also star in this emotional drama.

Love Accidentally (2022, via Freevee)

Yet another romcom about two workplace rivals who mistakenly start sending one another romantic texts. Brenda Song and Aaron O’Connell star as the love-starved couple who get mixed up in this silly predicament but personally speaking, I think this is probably one movie you should hang up on.

Blood on Her Name (2019, via Freevee)

A Southern Gothic tale about a woman whose life starts to spin out of control after she accidentally kills a man. Bethany Ann Lind and Will Patton star in this tense and twisty thriller.

James May: Our Man In Italy

After travelling around Japan, Top Gear presenter James May packs his bags once again, this time for a trip to sunny Italy. Beginning in the Sicilian capital of Palermo and finishing in the Dolomites, May shines a light on the country’s culture, food, and its people.

22nd July

Anything’s Possible (2022)

A refreshingly modern coming-of-age tale about trans teen Kelsa (Eva Reign) and her relationship with a cisgender classmate during her senior year. Will true love conquer the controversy that ensues? Well, anything’s possible!

Prizefighter: The Life of Jem Belcher (2022)

A young bare-knuckle fighter battles his way to the top in this 19th-century set tale starring Matt Hookings, Russell Crowe, and Ray Winstone. According to history, Belcher was renowned for his handsome good looks, impeccable manners and an eccentric boxing style that involved him telling jokes to his opponents during combat!

29th July

Paper Girls: Season 1

This 80’s set series follows four young girls who get caught up in a time-travelling adventure while delivering newspapers on their morning round. They travel between the present, the past, and the future, after a group of time travelers task them with saving the world. Do they succeed? Will Mrs Brooks at no.42 still get her morning newspaper?

All will be revealed (with the exception of that last query) when the series lands on Amazon this month.

Scoob! (2020)

Despite the talented voice cast consisting of Will Forte (Shaggy), Gina Rodriguez (Velma), Zac Efron (Fred), and Amanda Seyfried (Daphne), this is yet another bad movie spin-off based on a classic kids’ TV show. Still, it gets an extra point for dragging Dastardly, Mutley, and Captain Cavemen into the mix…and then immediately loses said point for bringing in Simon Cowell who voices himself!

Also streaming…

1st July

Most Dangerous Game (2020)

Venom (2018)

100% Wolf (2020)

Animal Farm (1954)

Den of Thieves (2018)

Favorite Son (2008)

Fifty Shades of Gray (2015)

Fifty Shades Darker (2017)

Get Lucky (2013)

Wimbledon (2004)

Wind River (2017)

The Animals of Farthing Wood: Seasons 1-3

The Business (2005)

The Call Up (2016)

Count Arthur Strong: Season 3

…And Justice for All (1979, via Freevee)

Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within (2001, via Freevee)

Les Misérables (2012, via Freevee)

Parenthood (1989, via Freevee)

Ricki and the Flash (2015, via Freevee)

St. Elmo’s Fire (1985, via Freevee)

Stepmom (1998, via Freevee)

8th July

The Breakfast Club (1985, via Freevee)

Scenes of a Sexual Nature (2006, via Freevee)

15th July

Forever Summer: Hamptons: Season 1

Ascension (via Freevee)

Traffic (2000, via Freevee)

22nd July

Abduction (2011, via Freevee)

The Grudge (2004, via Freevee)

The Grudge 2 (2006, via Freevee)

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