Movies and series for the weekend of January 14 – 16 on Netflix, Movistar +, Disney +

It seems not, but it has been two weeks since 2022 began and surely someone still thinks that we are in the past year. This is how the third weekend of the year arrives, and there are a handful of interesting titles that are released during the weekend.

For example, on Netflix we have up to five new releases, like the horror thriller File 81, in which while restoring damaged videotapes, an archivist becomes involved in a mysterious plot involving the missing director and a demonic cult. The production is in charge of James Wan, signatory and creator of horror sagas such as SAW and Insidious, as well as Fast & Furious 7 or Aquaman.

Movistar + brings several premieres too, highlighting the film In a New York neighborhood, in which the creator of the musical ‘Hamilton’ and the director of ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ adapt to the big screen this tender Broadway musical about Latino dreamers based on the musical play ‘In the Heights’, created by Lin- Manuel Miranda (who also has a small role in the film and released Encanto last year), the film features a spectacular choreography by Christopher Scott, who had already worked with Chu on ‘Crazy Rich Asians’.

And also the final season of The Discovery of the Witches, a series that culminates its magic and epic plot in the third season that premieres today. In addition, we remind you that titles such as EUPHORIA, with its second season. In addition to a duel between DC and Marvel, with one of the most recent (and worst rated) films of the UCM such as The Eternals – already on Disney + – at the same time as the spin-off series of James Gunn’s Suicide Squad that is El Peacemaker and the second season of Superman & Lois.

Netflix series to premiere for January 2022

January 14, 2021

  • These black eyes
  • After Life, temporada 3
  • Home
  • Stock 81

Premiere Netflix movies for January 2022

January 14, 2021

  • Riverdance: The Animated Adventure
  • Comedian

Movistar + movies released for January 2022

Friday 14

Brooklyn Sevillanas

Movistar Premieres (dial 30). Vicente Villanueva (‘Toc Toc’) directs this romantic comedy of entanglement with a Sevillian scheme: 1st, the woman shows off and the man goes to meet her; 2nd, distances are shortened; 3rd, the spell is broken; 4th … better discover it in the movie. The story begins with Ana, a university student who is the pride of her mother … but the family urgently needs an income. To prevent the young woman from leaving her studies and going to work, her mother devises a way to achieve them: to pretend to be an upper-class family and to get a wealthy American student into her poor neighborhood home.

Saturday 15

In a New York neighborhood

Movistar Premieres 2 (dial 31). The creator of the musical ‘Hamilton’ and the director of ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ adapt to the big screen this tender Broadway musical about Latino dreamers based on the musical play ‘In the Heights’, created by Lin-Manuel Miranda (who also has a small role in the film), the film features spectacular choreography by Christopher Scott, who had previously worked with Chu on ‘Crazy Rich Asians’.

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Sunday 16th

In the Earth

Movistar Premieres 2 (dial 31). An inaccessible forest that cannot be reached by mobile coverage, the legend of a wild spirit depicted in ancient woodcuts, a thick mist of fungal spores … ‘In the Earth’ is a terrifying and hallucinogenic mystical journey with a pinch of gore and another of black comedy, all very much in the style of the first films of the peculiar director and screenwriter Ben Wheatley, such as ‘Turistas (Sightseers)’ or ‘A Field in England’.

Movistar + series premiere for January 2022

Friday 14

The discovery of witches. Season 3

Movistar Series 2 (dial 12). It is not war: it is revolution. The epic denouement of the saga: third and final season of the adaptation of the ‘best-selling’ novel trilogy written by Deborah Harkness. An addictive mix of Fantasy, Story, Suspense and Romance. Returning from their temporary odyssey in 1590, Matthew and Diana encounter an unexpected tragedy at Sept-Tours.

Law and order: Organized crime. Season 2

Calle 13 (dial 17). Detective Stabler returns to the NYPD to fight organized crime. It will not be easy for him, he will have to adapt to the new criminal legal system that changed during the time he was absent.

Movistar + documentaries released for January 2022

Friday 14

Manuel Carrasco. From the beach

Movistar Fest (dial 37). The artist’s most special concert: an acoustic artist with his four musicians on the shore of the beach in his hometown, Isla Cristina (Huelva). Like so many other singers, Manuel Carrasco had to postpone his tour ‘La cruz del mapa’ to 2022 due to the health situation. To shorten the wait, the artist recorded this intimate concert that his fans could access with concert tickets that he had to postpone. ‘Sometimes I imagine you’, ‘Planetary love’ or ‘Ya no’ were some of the songs he performed in an idyllic setting while the sun was setting and the light of a bonfire fire

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Series and premiere movies Amazon Prime Video January 2022

January 14, 2021

Hotel Transylvania: Transformanía

Reunite with your favorite monsters in a new adventure that places Drac on his most terrifying mission yet. When Van Helsing’s mysterious invention, “the Monster Beam,” goes berserk, Drac and his friends transform into humans, while Johnny turns into a monster. In their new and different bodies, Drac, stripped of his powers, and an exuberant Johnny, who adores life as a monster, must team up and travel the world in search of a cure before it’s too late and they drive each other insane. the other.

The last big scam

New Disney + Movies for January 2022

January 14, 2021

  • It’s for your sake
  • Jojo Rabbit

Disney + documentaries released for January 2022

January 14, 2021

  • World’s Biggest Festival: Kumbh Mela

Filmin premiere movies for January 2022

January 14, 2021

The Belly of the Sea

Agustí Villaronga’s last film (“Pa Negre”) adapts a text by Alessandro Baricco about the shipwreck of the French frigate Mèduse at the beginning of the 19th century. A poetic work that combines the languages ​​of cinema and theater and that draws similarities to the current humanitarian crisis in the Mediterranean.