Pearl is Now Available To Stream at Home Via Amazon Prime Video – TV Guide

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Stream an "X-traordinary" origin story today
Looking to watch something new that will put a scare in you?
Right now, you can stream Ti West and Mia Goth’s Pearl, the prequel to the horror movie X — which was released in March 2022. If you missed it in theaters, now’s your chance to finally check it out in 4K Ultra HD at home to buy for $20 or to rent for $6, thanks to Amazon Prime Video.
Released in September 2022, Pearl was a hit with film critics and general audiences, alike, with a Metascore of 73 and a user score of 6.8, respectively, at Metacritic.
Overall, it was a hit at the movies with $9.4 million (against a $1 million film budget) at the world wide box office. Interestingly, Pearl was filmed immediately after X wrapped filming, so both movies feel like one single cinematic piece of horror.
Mia Goth, Pearl
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Directed by Ti West (The House of the Devil, The Innkeepers), Pearl follows (you guessed it) Pearl (Mia Goth), an ambitious young woman who is isolated on a farm and tormented by her overbearing mother (Tandi Wright) in 1918 Texas. One day, Pearl snaps and goes on a murderous rampage.
The horror film also stars David Corenswet, Matthew Sunderland, and Emma Jenkins-Purro, with Alistair Sewell.
In addition, Pearl is available to stream in 4K Ultra HD to buy for $20 or to rent for $6 at Vudu. And if you want to stream X, it’s available to buy for $10 or rent for $5 at Prime Video, Vudu, and Google Play Movies & TV.
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