If the weather gets on your feet and you have to retreat to your cozy rooms, don’t be despairing! Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Disney + all ensure a special film or series highlight on the weekend.

Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness auf Netflix

Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness is unleashing its animated zombies on Netflix, but nobody really knows if that’s that good. Some don’t even know after seeing it! Are the dialogues bad or good, or both? Why is Claire so rarely seen? Leon’s upper body! You don’t have to be afraid of too many consequences, after all, there are only four. Decide for yourself how good or bad Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness is.

Streams Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness now on Netflix.

Black Widow on Disney + (with VIP subscription)

The new Marvel blockbuster Black Widow was released in theaters across Germany on July 8th, but you can also stream it on Disney + since July 9th. This only works as a result of a one-off payment of 21.99 euros (in addition to the Disney + subscription), but you can watch the film as often as you want. In Black Widow you accompany Natasha Romanoff on a mission between the films The First Avenger: Civil War and Avengers: Inifinity War.

Now streaming Black Widow on Disney +.

Dunkirk on Amazon Prime Video

Amazon Prime Video also has a nice film to offer, which will run regularly with a Prime subscription from Sunday, July 11th: Christopher Nolan’s war film Dunkirk will appear on Prime Video, an action drama that depicts the desperate evacuation of the Allies from France Portrayed Dunkirk in WWII. Nolan’s handwriting is recognizable in every scene of the film, but especially in the different time levels.

Stream Dunkirk on Amazon Prime Video starting July 11th.

Since the cinemas are open again, of course, there are even more options open to you: Films like Black Widow or Conjuring 3: Under the Spell of the Devil should be in the cinema program at the moment. But older releases that just didn’t make it to the big screen because of the closings are currently being shown in cinemas.