Where to Watch and Stream Better Watch Out Free Online

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Where is the best place to watch and stream 'Better Watch Out' as of November 2021? We've compiled an updated list of streaming services that currently have 'Better Watch Out' movies available to watch!

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Watch Better Watch Out Free: November 2021 Update

  • 'Better Watch Out' is available on Netflix and Peacock.
  • 'Better Watch Out' can also be rented or purchased on Amazon Video or YouTube Movies.
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If you've never had the pleasure of watching seasonal slasher 'Better Watch Out' before, do yourself a favor and avoid the trailer at all costs, as it gives pretty much everything away. Don't want any idea as to what's inside this little gift of a movie? Good - go in completely blind and you'll get a lot more out of it (and we promise it won't disappoint you like a pair of socks or a CD you already have). Ashley is babysitting Luke and his friend Garrett, but little does she know that they're in for an evening of blood-splattered mayhem and terror!

Let's find out where you can unwrap 'Better Watch Out' online...

Is Better Watch Out on Netflix?

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Yes - 'Better Watch Out' is available to stream on Netflix. You can't go too wrong with the most popular streaming service, not for $8.99 per month basic, $13.99 standard, or $17.99 premium. Netflix has a huge volume of TV shows, documentaries, and more, and there are many other Christmas movies to enjoy here, too.

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Is Better Watch Out on Hulu?

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No, you won't find this delightful little Christmas treat on Hulu. However, prices for this streaming service currently stand at $5.99 per month, although it's expected there will be some increases. Standard subscriptions are set to go up slightly, while an ad-free version will range from $11.99 to $12.99 per month.

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Is Better Watch Out on Disney Plus?

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To no surprise, this blood-soaked Christmas movie isn't on the family-friendly streaming service Disney+ (or the more adult-friendly STAR).

Home to the likes of 'Star Wars', 'Marvel', 'Pixar', National Geographic', ESPN, STAR and so much more, Disney+ is available at the annual membership fee of $79.99, or the monthly cost of $7.99. If you're a fan of even one of these brands, then signing up to Disney+ is definitely worth it.

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Is Better Watch Out on Amazon Video?

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You can rent 'Better Watch Out' on Amazon Video for $3.99 or buy your own copy for $14.99.

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Is Better Watch Out on HBO Max?

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'Better Watch Out' can't be found on HBO Max. But if you're still interested in the service, it's $14.99 per month, which gives you full access to the entire vault, and is also ad-free. HBO Max recently confirmed that a cheaper version would soon become available, for the price of $9.99 per month, however, this would include those pesky ads.

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Is Better Watch Out on Peacock?

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'Better Watch Out' is available to stream on Peacock. Subscriptions cost $4.99 monthly or $49.99 for the whole year with a premium account.

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Is Better Watch Out on Paramount Plus?

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This is the second streaming service with a plus that doesn't include 'Better Watch Out'. To enjoy this service, though, a basic package will cost you $4.99 per month with ads, while an ad-free premium package will cost $9.99 per month.

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Is Better Watch Out on YouTube Movies?

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Yes - 'Better Watch Out' is on YouTube, so if you don't have access to Amazon Video or any of the streaming services that offer the movie, you had 'better watch' it here, whether it's a rental or purchase!

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If you're a fan of Christmas movies and slasher movies, you can't really go wrong with 'Better Watch Out'. Olivia DeJonge gives an excellent performance as babysitter Ashley, while Levi Miller will leave you begging for a sequel. On the other hand, let's hope that doesn't happen. Like 'Krampus' and 'Fatman', this is one of those dark Christmas gems that will remind you that it's not always the season of goodwill...