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Mr. Robot is among the new shows being added to Amazon Prime in June.

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Mr. Robot is among the new shows being added to Amazon Prime in June.

In June, Amazon Prime adds some notable movies to its selection, ranging from choice classics (Apocalypse Now, Carrie, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly) to new biopics (Lance Armstrong and The Program, Brian Wilson and Love & Mercy, Dalton Trumbo and, uh, Trumbo.) In addition, the streaming service will be adding new seasons of critically acclaimed shows like The Good Wife, Mr. Robot and Downton Abbey. For a full list, read below:

Jun. 1:

Apocalypse Now/Apocalypse Now Redux

As this year’s Cannes Film Festival comes to a close and a winner of the top Palme D’Or award is to be announced, you’ll soon have a chance to see the winner from 37 years ago. Francis Ford Coppola’s 1979 masterpiece adapts Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness as a delirious journey through the backdrop of the Vietnam War. The addition of nearly an hour of new material in 2001’s Apocalypse Now Redux was divisive, but viewers can decide for themselves, as both versions are being added to Amazon Prime.

The Black Stallion

Carrie (1976)

For a long time, Kimberly Pierce’s 2013 remake of Carrie was available to watch on Amazon Prime, and now the streaming service is bringing over Brian De Palma’s 1976 original. Sissy Spacek and Piper Laurie were nominated for Oscars (a rarity in the horror genre) for their respective performances as the meek but powerful teenager Carrie and her religious fanatic mother, and the climatic prom sequence has lost none of its power 40 years after its initial release.

Criminal Law

Death Wish 2

Double Whammy


The Golden Child

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

The Spaghetti Western film by Sergio Leone that even non-Leone lovers know, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly concludes the director’s Dollars Trilogy. The film features iconic performances by Clint Eastwood as the Man with No Name (the good), Lee Van Cleef as Angel Eyes (the bad) and Eli Wallach as Tuco (the ugly) as they hunt for buried gold, leading to a three-man showdown backed by the rousing score of recent Oscar winner Ennio Morricone.

Ground Control



In & Out

Iron Eagle on the Attack

The Million Dollar Hotel

Mulholland Falls

One from the Heart

The Presidio

The Rage: Carrie 2

Runaway Bride

Six Degrees of Separation




Trading Mom

Ulee's Gold


Wayne's World

Jun. 2

Poltergeist III

The Program

Jun. 3

The Rules of Attraction

Roger Avary’s vastly underrated 2002 film adapts Brett Easton Ellis’ novel, which follows a group of students at the fictional liberal arts school Camden College that harbor unrequited loves and settle for sleeping with others. The movie features a dark against-type performance by Dawson’s Creek star James Van Der Beek, some unforgettable scenes including a hyperactive European vacation montage and some inspired needle-drops (it'll be hard to ever think of Air Supply the same away again.)

Jun. 4

Love & Mercy

Jun. 6

The Cokeville Miracle

Downton Abbey (Season 6)


Lego Ninjago (Season 1)

Jun. 8

12 Rounds 3: Lockdown


Jun. 13

Mr. Robot (Season 1)

One could be forgiven for initially overlooking something called Mr. Robot on the USA Network. But the show, which stars Rami Malek as a cybersecurity engineer suffering from social anxiety who is recruited to be a hacktivist by the mysterious titular Mr. Robot, became one of the most critically acclaimed new television series of last year. If you haven’t watched it yet, catch up on it before the second season premieres on Jul. 13.

Jun. 14

The Adderall Diaries

Jun. 15

No Stone Unturned: The Loughinsland Story

Jun. 16


Jun. 17

Braindead (Season 1)

Jun. 20

The Good Wife (Season 7)


Pup 2

Jun. 22

Stand Up Guys

Jun. 25

Open Grave

Jun. 26

American Gothic (Season 1)

Jun. 29

6 Souls

[Last modified: Friday, May 20, 2016 1:55pm]


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