Amazon Prime Brings January Line-Up

Amazon Prime has dropped the list of all the movies that are coming on its platform this January. The movies list is a mix of comedy drama and scifi. All in all, Prime has a lot to offer to people who are interested in curling up at home with a good movie this January. Here’s the list:


Nicholas Cage’s sci-fi outing Next is coming to Amazon Prime. Cage plays Cris Johnson, a magician who has limited pre-recognition. Meaning, he can foresee incidents in the immediate future. This, of course, gets him the crosshairs of a secret group as well as the legal authorities, who want his help.

Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan

Critics hail Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan as the greatest Star Trek movie. If you couldn’t catch it all these years and didn’t want to fork out money for a Blu-Ray, Prime is giving you a chance in January to watch the movie and be done with it.

The Goonies

Watch The Goonies Trailer here:

The ultimate classic children’s adventure movie is also available on Amazon Prime now. Make no mistake about it, if there was no Goonies, we wouldn’t have had an IT or a Stranger Things. This movie is about four kids who are looking out for treasure.

Ted Bundy; Falling for a Killer

Watch Ted Bundy: Falling for a Killer Trailer here:

The outrage about ‘too much Bundy’ has subsided and Amazon Prime is coming up with a unique take on the serial killer. This series is a documentary drama about the one person who knew Bundy intimately, his girlfriend. The series has footage of his girlfriend, Elizabeth and her daughter, Molly, speaking about their experience with Ted Bundy.

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