New on Amazon Prime: All the Movies and TV Coming in April

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New on Amazon Prime: All the Movies and TV Coming in April

Coming up in April, we’ve got a series of new TV shows and movies coming to Amazon Prime. Check out our featured recommendations, and read on for the full list of new streaming content.

Ides.jpg The Ides of March
Year: 2011
Director: George Clooney
Available: April 30
Early on in Ides, we learn from campaign advisor Paul Zara (Philip Seymour Hoffman) that the winner of this primary will likely be the next president of the United States. And Paul believes he’s working for the man who can take it all the way. That man is Gov. Mike Morris (Clooney), a war veteran whose message is largely anti-mainstream but seems to resonate with voters. Add Ryan Gosling and Paul Giamatti to the deep bench, and you’ve got a slick, entertaining political thriller. —Jonathan W. Hickman

Maggie-POSTER.jpg Maggie
Year: 2015
Director: Henry Hobson
Available: April 9
After running away from home upon learning she’s one of the “infected” in this zombie thriller, Maggie (Abigail Breslin) is pursued by her father, Wade (Arnold Schwarzenegger), who’s intent on retuning her back to their rural Kansas farm, so she can live the remainder of her days amongst her family and friends. Breslin, a truly gifted young actress, delivers a bracing performance, rendering the portrait of a courageous young lady, facing her terminal illness with equal parts grace and understandable dread.—Scott Wold

deadzone.jpg The Dead Zone
Year: 1983
Director: David Cronenberg
Available: April 1
For a while, Stephen King novels were being made into the best horror-thriller movies around. In 1983, audiences were introduced to a young Christopher Walken playing Johnny Smith in the psychological thriller The Dead Zone. Smith is able to tell the future of a person by simply touching his or her hand. Directed by David Cronenberg, it’s a decidedly creepy, scary, and totally engaging film. Even with dated effects, The Dead Zone continues to startle audiences. —Paste

ronin-532f4f95c72a5.jpg Ronin
Year: 1998
Director: John Frankenheimer
Available: April 1
Ronin boasts two impressive feats: some pretty memorable car chase scenes and the first known example of figure-skating sniper murder in film. Now that’s ice cold…hold your applause, please. Robert De Niro in a spy film is almost a fool-proof cinematic recipe; add the fact that the screenplay is pretty competent and the explosions explode pretty well, and Ronin quickly becomes a beloved example of espionage. —Darren Orf

April 1
Amistad (1997)
The Arrival (1996)
Bananas
Batman (1989)
The Big Lebowski (1998)
Crimes and Misdemeanors
Cube 1997
Cube 2: Hypercube
Cube Zero
Death Wish
The Dead Zone
Dennis the Menace
Deuces Wild
The Devil’s Advocate
Dr. T. and the Women
Dream Lover
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
Gang Related
Gremlins
The Holiday (2006)
Into the Blue
Lars and the Real Girl
Liberty Stands Still
Maximum Overdrive
Men in Black II (2002)
Music from Another Room
Naked Gun 2 & 1/2: The Smell of Fear
Nurse (2013)
Payback (1999)
The Peacemaker (1997)
Pootie Tang (2001)
Pumpkin
Pumpkinhead
Rare Birds
Rescue Dawn
Risky Business
Ronin
Santee
Simon Says (2006)
Skipped Parts
Step into Liquid
Swimming with Sharks
Teen Wolf Too
You’ve Got Mail

April 6
The Transporter Refueled (2015)

April 7
Nasty Baby

April 8
Catastrophe: Season 2 (Amazon original)

April 9
Maggie
Sliding Doors

April 12
Mad Max (1979)

April 15
Thunderbirds are GO!: Season 1 (Amazon exclusive)
The Whistleblower (2010)

April 18
Home Fires: Season 1
The Widower (2013)

April 19
Tangerines

April 21
Veep: Season 2

April 22
Pawn Sacrifice (2015)

April 25
Unity: The Latin Tribute to Michael Jackson

April 27
The Great Fire (2014)

April 30
Ides of March (2011)

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