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- “The Green Knight” is available to stream at home through video-on-demand retailers.
- You can rent ($6) or buy ($20) the movie via services like Amazon Prime Video, Vudu, and Apple TV.
- The movie debuted at home during an early-access stream through the A24 Screening Room on August 18.
“The Green Knight” is now available to buy or rent through video-on-demand (VOD) services like Amazon Prime Video, Vudu, Apple TV, and more. The online debut of “The Green Knight” happened less than a month after the film’s theatrical premiere on July 30.
“The Green Knight” stars Dev Patel as Sir Gawain, the nephew of King Arthur who goes on a perilous quest of self-discovery. Director David Lowery takes viewers on an eerie, poetic adventure in this loose adaptation of “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.”
“The Green Knight” received positive feedback from critics and is certified fresh on Rotten Tomatoes, a review aggregation website. The film currently has an “88% Fresh” rating based on 206 reviews.
Where to watch ‘The Green Knight’ online
“The Green Knight” is now available to buy or rent through VOD services like Amazon Prime Video, Vudu, Apple TV, Google Play, and Microsoft. You can rent the movie for $6 or purchase it for $15 in up to 4K quality on compatible devices. A standard definition version is available to rent for $5 on some platforms.
After purchasing “The Green Knight” through a VOD retailer, you can watch the movie on-demand whenever you want and as many times as you want. For viewers who choose to rent “The Green Knight,” many VOD retailers give you 30 days to begin watching the rental and 48 hours to finish once the movie has started.
What other A24 movies can I stream right now?
The best way to watch other movies from A24 is to subscribe to Showtime for $11 a month. New subscribers to Showtime can claim a 30-day free trial. The service is also available as part of a special discounted bundle with Paramount Plus. New members to both services can get the bundle for just $10 a month if they sign up by October 20.
You can also access Showtime as a paid add-on through streaming services like Hulu or Amazon Prime Video for $11 a month, but these services only offer a seven-day free trial.
Showtime gives you streaming access to many A24 films, including:
- “Eighth Grade” (2018)
- “Hereditary” (2018)
- “mid90s” (2018)
- “Waves” (2019)
- “The Witch” (2015)
- “Ex Machina” (2014)
- “Green Room” (2015)
- “Moonlight” (2016)
- “Room” (2015)
- “American Honey” (2016)
- “Under the Silver Lake” (2018)
- “Spring Breakers” (2012)
- “Swiss Army Man” (2016)
If you have a Netflix subscription, you can watch the following A24 films and more:
- “It Comes at Night” (2017)
- “Lady Bird” (2017)
- “Uncut Gems” (2019)
- “The Killing of a Sacred Deer” (2017)
- “The Florida Project” (2017)
- “Good Time” (2017)
- “A Ghost Story” (2017)
- “The Disaster Artist” (2017)
Amazon Prime Video also includes a few A24 films for members like:
- “Midsommar” (2019)
- “The Lighthouse” (2019)
- “The Last Black Man in San Francisco” (2019)
- “The Farewell” (2019)