This week, The Bob’s Burgers Movie finally comes to streaming on Hulu. There’s a whole lot of great new movies where that came from, though, with new releases from Netflix in the way of the Spanish zombie action movie Valley of the Dead and the Italian romantic drama Under the Amalfi Sun.
There’s also a ton of new releases on VOD, including the the Buddhist sci-fi mystery Karmalink, the satirical horror thriller American Carnage, the psychological thriller Neon Lights, and much more.
Here are the new movies you can watch at home this week.
THE BOB’S BURGERS MOVIE
Where to watch: Available to stream on Hulu
The Bob’s Burgers Movie follows the Belcher family who, after a ruptured water main opens a sinkhole in front of Bob’s Burgers, try to salvage what’s left of their summer. With Bob and Linda distracted, the kids embark on an adventure to solve a mystery that could save the restaurant.
From our review:
It’s hard to levy any serious complaints against The Bob’s Burgers Movie, just as it’s hard to find a truly bad burger. While every burger fan will always have their favorite, it’s rare to find one worth avoiding. Mostly, the problem with The Bob’s Burgers Movie comes down to the only aspect of a quality burger unrelated to taste: the price. A truly great burger is affordable. Bob’s Burgers airs for free on broadcast television, a hell of a deal. Is it good enough to warrant a movie ticket? Yeah, sure. But there’s no need to splurge if you don’t want to.