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Here's Where You Can Watch The Escape Plan Trilogy

Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger both belong to a class of action stars so ubiquitous, so synonymous with the genre, that you'd expect them to have bumped into each other multiple times throughout their careers. But in truth, Stallone and Schwarzenegger were never in a movie together until very, very recently.

Their first collaboration happened in 2013 and, appropriately, it came in the form of "Escape Plan," a high-octane prison escape flick with all the gruff style and scrumptious B-movie goofiness we could want out of such a momentous encounter. "Escape Plan" was a worldwide box office hit that sparked a franchise, with Stallone starring in two more movies as lawyer-turned-security-expert Ray Breslin, the world's greatest escape artist.

"Escape Plan 2: Hades," which added Dave Bautista to the cast, wasn't particularly well-received. Stallone himself wrote on social media that it was "TRULY THE MOST HORRIBLY PRODUCED FILM I have ever had the misfortune to be in" (via MovieWeb). But the third installment, "Escape Plan: The Extractors," brought the series back to good standing with fans and casual viewers. Both sequels were released in the home video market in the US, with theatrical releases in some other countries. Assuming you don't already own those blu-rays, here's where you can stream the "Escape Plan" movies today.

All three Escape Plan films are available on Amazon Prime

If you're willing to shell out money for a physical media purchase, or if you happen to live next to the world's last Blockbuster in Bend, Oregon, then you might just be able to watch the "Escape Plan" sequels the way B-movies have been watched for generations: straight to DVD. Otherwise, the easiest way to watch the whole trilogy is to stream it on Amazon Prime Video.

The first "Escape Plan" installment is not part of Prime Video's standard subscriber catalog. Instead, it's available for subscribers to the additional AMC "Prime Video Channel" package. "Escape Plan 2: Hades" and "Escape Plan: The Extractors," meanwhile, are both available for free if you have a Prime membership.

Whether or not you meet those conditions, it's still possible to stream each of the "Escape Plan" movies on Prime Video by renting them or buying them individually. All three movies cost $3.99 to rent, and the first and third ones cost $7.99 to outright buy, while the second and worst film inexplicably costs $9.99. Pick your poison.