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35 Best Sci-Fi Movies Streaming [May 2022]

The beauty of science fiction is its versatility. Sci-fi movies can take the form of exciting action adventures, bizarre comedies, and haunting horror shows. From deep space to the far future, sci-fi has the power to create new worlds and explore the moral dilemmas of developing technology. There's really no other genre that can wear so many hats so successfully, and today, there's a wealth of sci-fi films available at the touch of a button. Streaming platforms have beloved classics, overlooked sleeper hits, and unique genre experimentations all ready to go for sci-fi fanatics needing a fix. Here are the best sci-fi movies available to stream today.

Updated on May 6, 2022: Much like the aliens who occasionally visit Earth — be it to befriend small children or invade the world — sci-fi movies come and go from streaming services all the time. So be sure to check back here each month, as we'll let you know where you can the very best that science fiction has to offer.

2001: A Space Odyssey - HBO Max

When humanity discovers a mysterious black monolith on the moon that may be linked to the evolution of the species, they send out a deep space expedition to find the origin of the artifact. What gets discovered is beyond anyone's imagination. Based on the Arthur C. Clarke novel, "2001: A Space Odyssey" is a timeless sci-fi classic and one of the crowning achievements of director Stanley Kubrick's career. With its incredible practical effects, the film is a feast for the eyes that stands up to, and often exceeds, modern CGI. The story is a slow burn — spanning millions of years — but it's guaranteed to keep you thinking days after credits roll.

  • Starring: Keir Dullea, Douglas Rain, Gary Lockwood

  • Director: Stanley Kubrick

  • Year: 1968

  • Runtime: 145 minutes

  • Rating: G

  • Rotten Tomatoes Score: 92%

The Adam Project - Netflix

"Free Guy" director Shawn Levy partnered with Ryan Reynolds again for this Netflix feature. Reynolds stars as Adam Reed, a pilot from a dystopian 2050 who uses a time-traveling jet to escape to the past in an attempt to change the future. Adam inadvertently meets up with his younger self in the year 2022. The two of them travel back to 2018 to enlist the help of their late father, who happens to be the man who invented time travel. "The Adam Project" is a wild ride and a hilarious action adventure anyone could enjoy.

  • Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Walker Scobell, Mark Ruffalo

  • Director: Shawn Levy

  • Year: 2022

  • Runtime: 106 minutes

  • Rating: PG-13

  • Rotten Tomatoes Score: 68%

Arrival - Paramount Plus

From stunning visuals to emotional performances to a plot that keeps you guessing until the very end, there's plenty to love about 2016's "Arrival." When large alien ships enter the Earth's atmosphere all over the planet, humanity is prepared for the worst. As a result, linguist Louise Banks and physicist Ian Donnelly are brought in to figure out how to communicate with the aliens, and their discovery goes much further than simply learning a new language. Adapted from Ted Chiang's 1998 "Story of Your Life," this is one of the most unique and beautiful sci-fi movies out there.

  • Starring: Amy Adams, Jeremy Renner, Forest Whitaker

  • Director: Denis Villeneuve

  • Year: 2016

  • Runtime: 116 minutes

  • Rating: PG-13

  • Rotten Tomatoes Score: 94%

Avatar - Disney+

James Cameron's ambitious sci-fi epic helped push CGI technology forward and was one of the few films to really make the 3D experience feel like more than a gimmick. But even if you're watching from home, this moving story still has the power to induce awe. 

The tale takes place on the alien world of Pandora, where humanity has discovered a precious resource. Of course, the native Na'vi are protective of their planet, so humans use artificial Na'vi bodies called Avatars to gain their trust. But when protagonist Jake Sully makes contact with the Na'vi, he begins to question his and humanity's role on the planet. "Avatar" was wildly successful, and with a blend of excellent CGI, rousing action scenes, and a moving romance, it's no wonder the film is the highest-grossing movie of all time.

  • Starring: Zoe Saldaña, Sam Worthington, Sigourney Weaver

  • Director: James Cameron

  • Year: 2009

  • Runtime: 162 minutes

  • Rating: PG-13

  • Rotten Tomatoes Score: 82%

Blade Runner - Netflix/HBO Max

Ridley Scott proved he's truly a master of the sci-fi genre with 1982's "Blade Runner." Philip K. Dick's legendary novel "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?" serves as the basis for the film, a movie where Rick Deckard works as a blade runner hunting down escaped androids on behalf of the Tyrell Corporation. But his life in dystopian Los Angeles is soon upended by a fresh case that has him questioning the morality of his line of work and even his own sense of identity. "Blade Runner" is an undeniable masterpiece featuring top-notch visual effects, an excellent script, and some of the best performances in the genre, especially Rutger Hauer's otherworldly Roy Batty.

  • Starring: Harrison Ford, Sean Young, Rutger Hauer

  • Director: Ridley Scott

  • Year: 1982

  • Runtime: 117 minutes

  • Rating: R

  • Rotten Tomatoes Score: 89%

District 9 - Amazon Prime

In 2009, writer/director Neill Blomkamp capitalized on the found-footage craze with "District 9," earning over $200 million against a budget of $30 million. The film is set in Johannesburg, South Africa, where alien refugees have been living in an encampment called District 9 for more than three decades. Wikus van de Merwe works for the company that manages District 9, but when he contracts a mysterious virus that causes changes to his physiology, he journeys into the camp to seek help from the aliens, resulting in a film that features both thrilling action and timely commentary.

  • Starring: Sharlto Copley, Jason Cope, Vanessa Haywood

  • Director: Neill Blomkamp

  • Year: 2009

  • Runtime: 112 minutes

  • Rating: R

  • Rotten Tomatoes Score: 90%

Donnie Darko - HBO Max

"Donnie Darko" is mind-bending sci-fi at its best. The film's bizarre story and the looming sense of unease behind every scene might be why it bombed at the box office. Despite the flop, "Donnie Darko" has become a cult classic in the years since its release. The story centers on teenage outcast Donnie, who begins having visions of a demonic looking rabbit suit named Frank warning him about the coming end of the world. The film is perfect for anyone who likes their stories layered and open-ended.

  • Starring: Jake Gyllenhaal, Drew Barrymore Maggie Gyllenhaal

  • Director: Richard Kelly

  • Year: 2001

  • Runtime: 113 minutes

  • Rating: R

  • Rotten Tomatoes Score: 86%

Dune - HBO Max

Published in 1965, Frank Herbert's "Dune" is a sci-fi landmark, one that tells a story of powerful families, religious wars, and the legacy of imperialism in an expansive galaxy. There have been multiple attempts to adapt the book for the screen, including a David Lynch version released in 1984, but no attempt has come close to the success of Denis Villeneuve's 2021 adaptation. The film perfectly captures the essence of Herbert's novel, effortlessly conveying the scope and scale of the space age epic. The first film in a two-part series, "Dune" only tells half a story, but with its pitch-perfect casting, mind-blowing effects and camerawork, and Oscar-winning score from Hans Zimmer, it perfectly sets up Frank Herbert's incredible world.

  • Starring: Timothy Chalamet, Zendaya, Oscar Isaac

  • Director: Denis Villeneuve

  • Year: 2021

  • Runtime: 155 minutes

  • Rating: PG-13

  • Rotten Tomatoes Score: 83%

Ex Machina - FuboTV

Alex Garland's directorial debut, "Ex Machina" examines the relationship between humans and artificial intelligence and questions the line between man and machine. Nathan Bateman is a tech CEO who's invented an AI in a robot body that he calls Ava. Bateman invites programmer Caleb Smith to his remote estate to help him determine whether or not Ava is truly a thinking and feeling being. But soon, the three of them become involved in a cat-and-mouse game of manipulation that puts all of their lives in danger.

  • Starring: Alicia Vikander, Oscar Isaac, Domhnall Gleeson

  • Director: Alex Garland

  • Year: 2014

  • Runtime: 108 minutes

  • Rating: R

  • Rotten Tomatoes Score: 92%

The Fifth Element - Paramount Plus

It's almost impossible not to love Luc Besson's "The Fifth Element." The film is charming and bizarre, heartfelt and yet full of incredible action. Bruce Willis stars as Korben Dallas, a taxi driver in the year 2263. One day a woman named Leeloo literally crashes into his taxi, and Korben finds himself involved in an ancient alien plot that could lead to the end of the world. Korben and Leeloo must make their way to Egypt to perform a ritual that will stop an evil alien being from destroying the planet. There's nothing quite like "The Fifth Element;" it's every bit as much of a joy to watch today as it was in 1997.

The Fly - Paramount+

David Cronenberg is a legendary horror director, and "The Fly" is one of his crowning achievements. The film stars Jeff Goldblum as scientist Seth Brundle, who's developing a device that can be used to teleport all kinds of matter. Seth decides to test the machine's capability for transporting organic matter by teleporting himself, but when a house fly ends up inside the machine with him, the experiment goes horribly wrong. Seth begins transforming into a human/fly hybrid, much to the horror of his pregnant girlfriend, Ronnie. As Seth loses his humanity, he becomes increasingly violent, and Ronnie begins to fear for her life.

  • Starring: Jeff Goldblum, Geena Davis, John Getz

  • Director: David Cronenberg

  • Year: 1987

  • Runtime: 96 minutes

  • Rating: R

  • Rotten Tomatoes Score: 93%

Galaxy Quest - Paramount+

Cult-classic "Galaxy Quest" is one of the best sci-fi comedies ever made. The film follows a group of down-and-out actors who were once part of the biggest sci-fi series on television. The cast then gets abducted by real aliens who believe the actors are actually the heroes they once portrayed. The aliens desperately need help saving their home world, and the actors find themselves living out an episode of their old show. The astounding performances and pitch-perfect comedy in "Galaxy Quest" made it an instant classic, and fans have wondered for years why it never got a sequel.

  • Starring: Tim Allen, Sigourney Weaver, Alan Rickman

  • Director: Dean Parisot

  • Year: 1999

  • Runtime: 102 minutes

  • Rating: PG

  • Rotten Tomatoes Score: 90%

Gattaca - Netflix

Writer/director Andrew Niccol burst onto the scene with 1997's "Gattaca," which received overwhelmingly positive reviews upon its debut. The story takes place in a version of the future where people are able to exercise incredible control over the genetic makeup of their children. "Valids" are people who have been perfected by eugenics, while "in-valids" are people who were conceived and born naturally. Vincent Freeman is an in-valid who poses as the valid Jerome Morrow, so he can join a space travel program. Maintaining his deception becomes even more difficult when Vincent falls in love with valid Irene Cassini, but he'll have to pull it off to pursue his dream.

Inception - HBO Max

What if you could share dreams with other people? That simple concept is the foundation for Christopher Nolan's trippy, action sci-fi flick "Inception." The film follows Andrew Cobb, an expert in stealing the secrets of corporate executives by entering their dream space. Cobb desperately wants to return home to his children but can't enter the United States after being framed for murder by his wife. However, he's offered the chance to get home if he can pull off one last, unbelievably complicated job. Cobb will need to dive into multiple dream layers to perform inception –- planting an idea in another's mind so firmly it compels their actions. He hires a fresh team for the pseudo-heist, but then their plan goes horribly awry.

  • Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Elliot Page

  • Director: Christopher Nolan

  • Year: 2010

  • Runtime: 148 minutes

  • Rating: PG-13

  • Rotten Tomatoes Score: 87%

Independence Day - Amazon Prime

Written and directed by Roland Emmerich, "Independence Day" is a disaster movie with a sci-fi spin. Aliens have come to Earth, and they aren't here on a diplomatic mission. After major landmarks all around the world are destroyed by extraterrestrial ships, humanity falls into disarray. Scientist David Levinson and fighter jet pilot Captain Steven Hiller, with a little help from the president of the United States, lead an assault on the alien mothership to take back the planet. According to Rotten Tomatoes, "Independence Day" is Emmerich's best reviewed film, and its campy action still holds up more than 25 years later.

  • Starring: Jeff Goldblum, Will Smith, Bill Pullman

  • Director: Roland Emmerich

  • Year: 1996

  • Runtime: 145 minutes

  • Rating: PG-13

  • Rotten Tomatoes Score: 67%

Interstellar - Paramount+

Just four years after "Inception," Christopher Nolan released another sci-fi epic, this time focusing on climate change, space travel, and the future of humanity. With Earth increasingly rocked by climate disasters, former NASA pilot Joseph Cooper is tapped to lead an expedition into deep space to find a new home for humans. The movie is powered by real scientific concepts and filled with the kind of epic space visuals that harken back to "2001: A Space Odyssey." While the film's final act received heavy criticism, as a whole, "Interstellar" is phenomenal and an absolute must for fans of space-centered sci-fi.

Johnny Mnemonic - Netflix

1995's "Johnny Mnemonic" was based on a short story written by legendary sci-fi author William Gibson. The titular Johnny, played by Keanu Reeves, is a data courier who loads sensitive information into a computer chip in his head to safely deliver it to clients. With his latest job, Johnny has bitten off more than he can chew, and he needs to get the data removed from his head before it kills him. The movie was a major commercial flop, and it didn't fare well critically either. However, there aren't many true cyberpunk movies out there, and the uniqueness of Johnny's world, as well as the film's bizarre performances, keep people coming back decades later.

  • Starring: Keanu Reeves, Dolph Lundgren, Dina Meyer

  • Director: Robert Longo

  • Year: 1995

  • Runtime: 96 minutes

  • Rating: R

  • Rotten Tomatoes Score: 19%

Looper - Hulu/Netflix

Before Rian Johnson created the most divisive "Star Wars" movie of all time, he wrote and directed one of the best sci-fi films of the 2010s. "Looper" takes place in a world where time-travel technology is readily available to black market buyers with deep pockets. The mob now handles its executions by sending targets into the past to be killed where the evidence will never be discovered. Joe ekes out a living as mob hitman, but when his target turns out to be a future version of himself, his entire livelihood is upended. "Looper" executes its exciting premise masterfully and is a must-watch for sci-fi fans.

Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior - HBO Max

For fans of post-apocalyptic action, "The Road Warrior" is about as close to a perfect movie as possible. Set in the Australian outback, the film follows anti-hero Max as he drives the open roads, doing his best to survive in a world plagued by wandering marauders and bloodthirsty raiders. After making his way to a small encampment of survivors, Max becomes the group's de facto defender when the hulking raider boss Lord Humungus tries to claim their resources as his own. The movie is filled to the brim with pulse-pounding stunts, wry humor, and memorable characters with even more memorable weaponry.

  • Starring: Mel Gibson, Mike Preston, Kjell Nilsson

  • Director: George Miller

  • Year: 1981

  • Runtime: 95 minutes

  • Rating: R

  • Rotten Tomatoes Score: 94%

The Matrix - HBO Max

Computer hacker Neo believes that there's a deep secret in the world, and his search for the truth puts him in contact with underground figures Trinity and Morpheus. With their help, Neo steps through the looking glass, so to speak, and enters a world unlike anything that he could have possibly imagined, becoming involved in a war for the fate of humanity itself. Revolutionary filming techniques were developed to capture the film's unique action sequences, and the influence of "The Matrix" can still be felt in movies today. While the sequels are divisive, "The Matrix" is nothing short of a masterpiece.

  • Starring: Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss, Laurence Fishburne

  • Director: Lana Wachowski, Lilly Wachowski

  • Year: 1999

  • Runtime: 136 minutes

  • Rating: R

  • Rotten Tomatoes Score: 88%

Melancholia - Amazon Prime

Kirsten Dunst won the best actress award at the Cannes Film Festival for her stunning performance in "Melancholia." The film is undeniably a glorious sci-fi success, but as the name implies, viewers shouldn't go into it expecting a fun, happy tale. The story focuses on sisters, Dunst's Justine and Charlotte Gainsbourg's Claire, each at very different places in their lives. Justine is recently married and struggling with depression, and Claire is in a marriage that has seen better days. Complicating both their stories is the surprising news that a planet is moving through space on a direct collision course with Earth.

  • Starring: Kirsten Dunst, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Alexander Skarsgård

  • Director: Lars von Trier

  • Year: 2011

  • Runtime: 135 minutes

  • Rating: R

  • Rotten Tomatoes Score: 80%

Moon - HBO Max

It doesn't take a legion of great performers to make an excellent film, just a solid script and a solid lead. Sam Rockwell stars almost by himself in Duncan Jones's 2009 directorial debut. The film follows Rockwell as Sam Bell, the solitary overseer of a moon-based mining facility. Sam is looking forward to the end of his three-year mission on the base, but as his day of freedom approaches, his health sharply declines. Then, Sam finds himself face-to-face with a man who looks exactly like him. He'll need to solve the mystery of the station if he ever hopes to return home to his wife and daughter.

  • Starring: Sam Rockwell, Kevin Spacey, Dominique McElligott

  • Director: Duncan Jones

  • Year: 2009

  • Runtime: 97 minutes

  • Rating: R

  • Rotten Tomatoes Score: 90%

Mute - Netflix

Netflix's "Mute" is part cyberpunk crime thriller, part gimmicky sci-fi movie. Alexander Skarsgård stars as mute bartender Leo. One day his girlfriend Naadirah goes missing, and while searching for her, Leo comes up against Berlin's criminal underworld. What follows is a messy and violent tour through the seedier parts of this futuristic world. Though the film suffered critically, its unique premise, gorgeous cinematography, and strong performances from Skarsgård and Paul Rudd in particular make it more than worth a watch.

  • Starring: Paul Rudd, Alexander Skarsgård, Justin Theroux

  • Director: Duncan Jones

  • Year: 2018

  • Runtime: 126 minutes

  • Rating: R

  • Rotten Tomatoes Score: 21%

Possessor - Hulu

"Possessor" is just the second feature film directed by Brandon Cronenberg, son of the famed body horror director David Cronenberg, and it's every bit as horrifying as one might expect. The story is set in a near future where technology has been developed that allows people to take control of others' bodies. One company uses this tech to hire out assassinations, but when their best employee begins having trouble connecting with her host, the result is a hyper-violent disaster. "Possessor" is high-caliber sci-fi horror that's not for the faint of heart.

  • Starring: Andrea Riseborough, Christopher Abbott, Jennifer Jason Leigh

  • Director: Brandon Cronenberg

  • Year: 2020

  • Runtime: 104 minutes

  • Rating: R

  • Rotten Tomatoes Score: 94%

Prospect - Hulu

A story of the relationship between a father and his daughter, "Prospect" uses a budget of less than $4 million to create a fully realized sci-fi world. Damon and his daughter Cee are desperate for money that will let them move on from their low-class mining jobs. They take a risky trip down to a dangerous, isolated planet hoping to make a big score, but the situation quickly spirals out of control when two prospectors show up on the scene. Strong performances and visuals that shouldn't be possible with such a small budget make this film a joy to watch.

  • Starring: Sophie Thatcher, Pedro Pascal, Jay Duplass

  • Director: Zeek Earl, Chris Caldwell

  • Year: 2018

  • Runtime: 100 minutes

  • Rating: R

  • Rotten Tomatoes Score: 89%

Ready Player One - HBO Max

Big budgets can also create a feast for the eyes. Based on the sci-fi novel of the same name by Earnest Cline, "Ready Player One" cost $175 million to make, and virtually every scene is filled to capacity with stunning CGI, visual effects, and more references than you'll catch in a single viewing. Wade Watts and scores of people across the planet scour a massively popular virtual reality world called the Oasis for Easter eggs left by the game's founder. Anyone who finds the hidden clues can become sole owner of the Oasis, but Wade and his friends face fierce competition from evil tech corporation IOI. 

  • Starring: Tye Sheridan, Olivia Cooke, Mark Rylance

  • Director: Steven Spielberg

  • Year: 2018

  • Runtime: 139 minutes

  • Rating: PG-13

  • Rotten Tomatoes Score: 72%

Sorry to Bother You - Netflix

From the wild mind of Boots Riley, "Sorry to Bother You" is a scathing critique of capitalism, one that's dripping with dark comedy and wrapped with a trippy sci-fi bow. Cash Green is a Black telemarketer who finds he can use a "white voice" (one that sounds a whole lot like Tobias Funke) to get ahead in business. His newfound success leads him deeper and deeper into the all-powerful RegalView company. And the further Cash goes, he learns how truly corrupt the world of capitalism can get in this shockingly hilarious sci-fi comedy.

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan - Paramount+

The original "Star Trek" cast had a successful run of films after the show ended, and "The Wrath of Khan" is by far the best of the bunch. James T. Kirk, Captain Spock, and the rest of the Enterprise crew are brought into conflict with an old enemy, Khan Noonien Singh, when he captures two of their own. Both a fun "Star Trek" film and a melancholy examination of growing old, "Wrath of Khan" is bolstered by Ricardo Montalban's unhinged performance as the vengeful, Herman Melville-spouting supervillain. Couple with the classic chemistry between Kirk and Spock, and it's no wonder "Wrath of Khan" is the best "Star Trek" film to date. 

  • Starring: William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, Ricardo Montalban

  • Director: Nicholas Meyer

  • Year: 1982

  • Runtime: 113 minutes

  • Rating: PG

  • Rotten Tomatoes Score: 86%

Sunshine - Paramount+

"Sunshine" is a masterful deep space disaster film. With the sun slowly burning itself out, Earth sends a crew of astronauts out on a mission to reignite the star and save the entire species from extinction. While making its way to the sun, the ship picks up a distress signal from a previous mission that failed to reach completion. Torn between helping the other stranded astronauts and continuing on their world saving quest, the ship's crew makes one mistake that threatens to end all human life.

  • Starring: Cillian Murphy, Rose Byrne, Chris Evans

  • Director: Danny Boyle

  • Year: 2007

  • Runtime: 107 minutes

  • Rating: R

  • Rotten Tomatoes Score: 76%

Swan Song - Apple TV+

Some of the best sci-fi films take a scientific concept that's just on the verge of being realized and explore its moral implications. In "Swan Song," Mahershala Ali stars as Cameron Turner, a husband and father who's been diagnosed with a terminal illness. Cameron is offered the opportunity to have himself cloned and replaced so his family won't have to experience the devastation of his loss. Ali's performance takes the drama of the film's moral dilemma to an entirely new level.

  • Starring: Mahershala Ali, Naomie Harris, Awkwafina

  • Director: Benjamin Cleary

  • Year: 2021

  • Runtime: 111 minutes

  • Rating: R

  • Rotten Tomatoes Score: 79%

The Terminator - Amazon Prime

James Cameron's "The Terminator" is a classic of sci-fi cinema for good reason. The film takes a solid premise and matches it with great actors and some truly spectacular action sequences, as well as some slasher-style horror. In the far future humanity, led by John Connor, fights a war against sentient machines. Desperate, the machines send a death-dealing robot back in time to kill Connor's mother before he can ever be born. The humans send their own soldier back in time to protect her, but surviving the Terminator's assault is anything but easy.

Terminator 2: Judgment Day - HBO Max

Creating a sequel that could proudly stand beside the original "Terminator" was a near impossible task, but director James Cameron returned to do it with style. "Terminator 2" picks up more than a decade after the original film, and John Connor is now a young boy on the run with his mother. They're pursued by a new, shape-shifting Terminator sent from the future, but they also have a new friend. The rebels of the future managed to reprogram the T-800 to act as John's protector. The fate of humanity now rests in the Terminator's hands.

TRON - Disney+

Kevin Flynn owns a video game arcade after leaving behind his job as a software engineer for the somewhat sketchy tech company ENCOM. Kevin tries to hack into ENCOM's mainframe, but when he gets caught by the company's Master Control Program, he gets transported into a virtual world where programs have all the power. Back in 1982, "TRON" was a breathtaking visual experience, and though the effects don't quite hold up in the 21st century, the film still holds interest because of its compelling story and important place in the history of sci-fi cinema.

  • Starring: Jeff Bridges, Bruce Boxleitner, Cindy Morgan

  • Director: Steven Lisberger

  • Year: 1982

  • Runtime: 96 minutes

  • Rating: PG

  • Rotten Tomatoes Score: 71%

Unbreakable - Amazon Prime

"Unbreakable" was director M. Night Shyamalan's follow-up to 1999's "The Sixth Sense," where once again teamed with Bruce Willis — this time to tell the story of a superhero in the making. Willis plays David Dunn, a security guard who survives a brutal train crash without any injury. When he's discovered by the incredibly fragile comic book collector Elijah Price, Dunn starts to realize that he may indeed be a real-life superhero. "Unbreakable" is one of Shyamalan's best reviewed movies and shows why he, despite his frequent missteps, is a director worth watching.

  • Starring: Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, Robin Wright Penn

  • Director: M. Night Shyamalan

  • Year: 2000

  • Runtime: 106 minutes

  • Rating: PG-13

  • Rotten Tomatoes Score: 70%

Vivarium - Amazon Prime

Gemma and Tom are looking to buy a house, and they're taken to a suburb called Yonder where all of the houses look unnervingly identical. Shortly after arriving, the couple realizes that no matter how they try to leave the development, they always end up back at house #9 ... and soon, they find they have an unwelcome visitor. What follows is a deeply creepy sci-fi horror experience powered by two fantastic performers that will haunt you long after the film ends.

  • Starring: Jesse Eisenberg, Imogen Poots, Senan Jennings

  • Director: Lorcan Finnegan

  • Year: 2019

  • Runtime: 98 minutes

  • Rating: R

  • Rotten Tomatoes Score: 72%