Monster Hunter Movie - Where to Watch Safely From Home

Wondering where to watch the Monster Hunter movie? Look no further.

March 5, 2021

There seems to be a longstanding curse on video game movie adaptations. While some are laughably bad, most are just plain boring. There has been a little bit of hope in the form of Detective PikachuSonic the Hedgehog, and the Netflix Witcher series, however, the 2020 Moster Hunter movie stomped that flickering hope right out. Not a terrible movie by any means, but simply another boring flick to add to the game movie pile. If you’ve got nothing to do this weekend and you’re curious about another disappointing adaptation, here’s where to watch the Monster Hunter movie.

Prime Video

You can find Monster Hunter on Prime Video right here. You can rent it for $5.99 or buy it for $19.99 if you somehow love it.



You can find Monster Hunter on YouTube right here. It’s the same price to rent or buy as Amazon, $5.99 and $19.99 respectively, so this one is down to browser preference.

Google Play

You can find Monster Hunter on Google Play right here. One of the two 4K options, the prices for the Google Play store are the same as Amazon and YouTube.

Apple TV

You can find Monster Hunter on Apple Plus right here. Apple TV also offers Monster Hunter in 4K, so if you’re looking for the highest quality experience of a relatively forgettable movie, I’d suggest renting or buying it from either Apple TV or Google Plus.

I know what you’re thinking: “What about theaters?” C’mon, don’t do that. We’re in the middle of a pandemic and there are cheaper, safer, and better ways to spend your time than seeing Monster Hunter on the silver screen.

For more on video game movie/TV adaptations, check out this incredible fan illustration of Pedro Pascal as Joel for the upcoming HBO The Last of Us series. For more Monster Hunter stick right here on DualShockers.

Peter Hunt Szpytek

Peter is from Chicago. He's played more JRPG's than he can count despite being not totally great at them and you can usually find him on the weekends dropping hot in Apex Legends. When not holding a controller, he's at the gym trying to get in shape for his next cosplay.

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