Monday, April 15, 2024

Is ‘Land Of Bad’ Streaming on Netflix or HBO Max?

Director William Eubank clearly knew exactly what he was doing when he decided to release his hunk-filled action thriller Land of Bad the same week as Valentine’s Day. Luckily, we have you covered on all the ways you can watch this new flick!

When a Special Forces operation in the South Philippines goes awry, rookie officer Kinney (Liam Hemsworth) must team up with a seasoned drone operator Reaper (Russell Crowe) in the ultimate battle for survival. Aside from Hemsworth and Crowe, Land of Bad also stars Milo Ventimiglia, Luke Hemsworth and Ricky Whittle.

So, where can you watch Land of Bad? Is it on Netflix? What about Max?

Here’s everything we know about the upcoming movie:

WHERE TO WATCH LAND OF BAD:

As of now, the only way to watch Land of Bad is to head out to a movie theater when it releases on Friday, Feb. 16. You can find a local showing on Fandango. Otherwise, you’ll just have to wait until it becomes available to rent or purchase on digital platforms like Vudu, Apple, YouTube and Amazon.

WHEN WILL LAND OF BAD BE STREAMING? WILL LAND OF BAD BE ON PRIME VIDEO?

Yes, Land of Bad will likely be available to rent or buy on Prime Video. While a release date has not yet been announced, most movies typically come to digital platforms around 45 days after they’re released in theaters. If Land of Bad follows the same trajectory, we could be watching it from the comfort of our living rooms by late March 2024.

'Land of Bad'
Photo: The Avenue

WILL LAND OF BAD BE ON HBO MAX?

No, Land of Bad will not be on Max since it’s not a Warner Bros. movie. The platform — previously known as HBO Max — also no longer does direct-to-streaming releases. Instead, they’ve implemented a 45-day window between the theatrical release and the Max release.

WILL LAND OF BAD BE ON NETFLIX?

No, Land of Bad will not be on Netflix — at least not any time soon. While it’s possible the film may come to the streamer at some point in the future, you’ll just have to head out to a movie theater or wait for it to become available on digital platforms in the meantime.


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