Amazon Prime is adding a whole new batch of movies and television shows to its streaming collection throughout the coming month. Below, check out all of the Amazon Prime new releases that will be available to stream this December.
Lost in Oz, December 2: 12-year-old Dorothy Gale finds herself lost in a strange new land with her trusty dog Toto, after being transported from Kansas to Oz on a magical tornado.
Mozart in the Jungle: Season 3, December 9: The latest season of Amazon’s Golden Globe-winning comedic drama series Mozart in the Jungle.
The Man in the High Castle: Season 2, December 16: The second season of the Amazon drama, presents an alternate version of history in which the Allies lost World War II, leaving America to be taken over by Japan and Germany.
The Expanse, December 14: Syfy’s space opera and mystery science fiction drama, takes place hundreds of years into the future and is based on the series of novels by James S. A. Corey.
Blood Diamond, December 1: A mercenary (Leonardo DiCaprio) and a fisherman (Djimon Hounsou) team up on a mission to recover a rare gem.
Choices of the Heart, December 1: A TV movie following Archbishop Oscar Romero and three American nuns who were killed in El Salvador during its Civil War.
Color Me Perfect, December 1: An intellectually disabled woman undergoes an experimental treatment that temporarily transforms her into a genius.
The Day of the Wolves, December 1: A heist flick starring Richard Egan as an ex-sheriff who fights back against seven strange thieves who target a town.
Devils Cargo, December 1: The 14th Falcon film and the third featuring the magician and actor John Calvert.
Elizabeth: The Golden Age, December 1: A 2007 sequel to the 1998 film, Elizabeth.
Ferocious Pal, December 1: A German shepherd and two runaway teens end up at one girl’s uncle’s place in Oregon.
The Fighter, December 1: A biographical sports drama following the lives of professional boxer Micky Ward and his older half-brother Dicky Eklund.
Fisherman’s Wharf, December 1: Relatives cause problems in the relationship between an Italian fisherman (Leo Carrillo) and his foster son (Bobby Breen) in San Francisco.
Flying Blind, December 1: A thriller starring Helen McCrory as an aeronautics specialist who suspects that her younger lover (Najib Oudghiri) is having an affair.
Getting Up and Going Home, December 1: A made for TV drama based on Robert Anderson’s novel of the same name.
Green Eyes, December 1: A TV film centering on Vietnam veteran Lloyd Dubeck (Paul Winfield) and his soul searching journey.
Heats of Humanity, December 1: A priest is forced to leave his parish after rumors spread about him.
High Powered, December 1: Two women towing a lunch wagon pick up a male hitchhiker, leading to an adventure.
Identity Unknown, December 1: A World War II veteran (Richard Arlen) crosses the country meeting people, in search of his identity.
If You Believe, December 1: A grumpy woman is visited by her “inner child,” who helps her rediscover a zest for life.
Mad Youth, December 1: A teenager (Mary Ainslee) and her mother (Betty Compson) compete for the attention of a rumba-cafe gigolo (Willy Castello).
Peck’s Bad Boy, December 1: A drama based on the series of books by George W. Peck.
Range of Motion, December 1: A woman watches over her comatose husband after a jogging accident.
Take My Advice, December 1: The biography of feuding advice columnist twins, Ann Landers and Abby Van Buren.
They Call It Murder, December 1: A small town district attorney is saddled with several major investigations.
Anomalisa, December 17: A stop-motion animated comedy-drama centering on a man crippled by the mundanity of his life — until he experiences something out of the ordinary.
Law of the Jungle, December 1: A scientist and a fugitive woman (Arline Judge) expose Nazis in the jungle.
Love is Strange, December 1: A recently married gay couple (John Lithgow, Alfred Molina) is forced to move into separate households after they lose their home.
Love Island, December 1: The romantic comedy tells the story of a pregnant French woman who lives in Sarajevo with her Bosnian husband and their daughter.
Navigating the Heart, December 1: A career woman shares an unlikely romance with a small town fisherman in this made-for-TV feature.
Passions Way, December 1: A 1999 historical drama film based on the book The Reef by Edith Wharton.
The Care and Handling of Roses, December 1: A shared passion for old movies leads to mutual attraction between two married film-club members (Ann Jillian, Lee Horsley).
Café Society, December 22: A romantic comedy drama from Woody Allen following a young man in the 1930s who moves to LA to work for his talent agent uncle where he falls in love with his uncle’s assistant.
Cobra, December 1: Sylvester Stallone plays a cop who protects the only witness to a murderous cult.
Corregidor, December 1: A war film starring Otto Kruger, Elissa Landi, and Donald Woods.
Diamond Trail, December 1: A 1933 Western directed by Harry L. Fraser.
Flaming Lead, December 1: A 1939 Western starring Ken Maynard as cowhand Ken Clark.
Forbidden Jungle, December 1: A hunter is hired to take an expedition into the African jungle to search for a boy who was lost in a plane crash.
In Old Santa Fe, December 1: A Western film that marked singing cowboy, Gene Autry’s screen debut.
The Irish Gringo, December 1: A Western following the titular gunfighter from south of the border who is half Mexican and half Irish.
Journey to Freedom, December 1: A journalist is wanted by the secret police for his attacks against the Communist Party.
Kept Husbands, December 1: A 1931 American Pre-Code drama film, starring Dorothy Mackaill and Joel McCrea.
King of the Sierras, December 1: A 1938 Western that follows along as an old man recounts a tale of white and black stallions fighting over mares.
The Law of the 45’s, December 1: A 1935 Western centering on two wandering cowboys, Tucson “Two-Gun” Smith (Guinn “Big Boy” Williams) and Stoney Martin (Al St. John).
Phantom Ranch, December 1: A Western following Ken Mitchell (Ken Maynard) who encounters resistance after he attempts to take possession of a ranch left to him by his uncle.
Range War, December 1: A 1939 Western starring William Boyd, Russell Hayden, and Willard Robertson.
Renegade Trail, December 1: William Boyd stars as Hopalong Cassidy who helps a widow save her herd from rustlers.
Rob Roy, December 1: Liam Neeson stars as an 18th-century Scottish clan chief who battles with an unscrupulous nobleman in the Scottish Highlands.
Riddle Ranch, December 1: A 1935 Western that follows a Mexican bandit as he rigs a horse race so that he can win his opponent’s horse race.
Six Shootin’ Sheriff, December 1: A 1938 western directed by Harry L. Fraser and starring Ken Maynard and Marjorie Reynolds.
Tough Kid, December 1: A young prizefighter starts a one-man war against crooked gamblers after they double-cross his big brother.
When a Man’s a Man, December 1: A 1935 Western starring George O’Brien.
Wrangler’s Roost, December 1: A 1941 Western following the reappearance of notorious outlaw, Black Bar.
Dixie Jamboree, December 1: The Mississippi showboat has a singer, a wacky captain, and bunch of crooks on board.
Half Shot at Sunrise, December 1: A film starring the comedy duo Wheeler and Woolsey and Dorothy Lee.
Lars and the Real Girl, December 1: A comedy drama starring Ryan Gosling, a sweet but socially inept young man who develops a relationship with a sex doll.
Lost in the Stratosphere, December 1: A classic comedy drama starring William Cagney, the lookalike brother of James Cagney.
Skyway, December 1: A 1933 American Pre-Code romantic comedy film directed by Lewis D. Collins.
The Lobster, December 2: A 2015 absurdist dystopian comedy-drama follows a single man who must find a mate within 45 days or be transformed into an animal.
Daddy’s Home, December 10: A kindhearted radio executive tries to win the affections of his stepchildren.
6 Souls, December 1: Julianne Moore stars as a forensic psychiatrist who works with a patient who assumes the personalities of murder victims.
Man with Two Lives, December 1: Edward Norris stars as a man whose behavior changes for the worse when a scientist injects him with the soul of a criminal.
Therapy for a Vampire, December 7: Sigmund Freud’s new patient is a vampire fed up with his everlasting relationship with his wife.
Simba: King of the Beasts, December 1: A 1928 black-and-white silent documentary film that chronicles adventurers Martin and Osa Johnson as they observe lions, zebras, elephants, and other wild animals of Africa.
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