A couple with relationship issues decide to travel to Sweden to visit a small hometown's famous mid-summer festival. What starts as a pleasant trip quickly turns into an increasingly strange and horrifying experience. This is a horror/drama with elements of comedy scattered throughout - it gets pretty dark at points and we wouldn't recommend this film to anyone if they're not fans of horror. If you're looking for a good film to watch from the director that made Hereditary with a similar feel, then definitely check it out!
Currently you can only stream Midsommar with an Amazon Prime Video subscription. You can use a trial if you want to try out the service before subscribing permanently. You have 30 days to watch the movie, if you cancel before the 30 days is up then you'll pay nothing. Check out the Amazon page here.
Midsommar (2019) is available to buy or rent through iTunes, as well as available to buy or rent through Google Play, and can also be bought or rented through Amazon Prime Video. Currently you can buy or rent Midsommar through Amazon Prime Video, or you can buy or rent the movie through iTunes or Google Play. You can also buy or rent the movie through VUDU.
If you're streaming the movie through Amazon Prime Video, you can watch it completely free if you start the trial then cancel before you get charged. If you want to watch it after the 30 day period is up, you'll have to pay the monthly cost of Amazon Prime Video, which is $8.99 per month. If you want to buy or rent the movie, you can rent it for as little as $0.99 or buy it for as little as $7.99. You can also watch the movie The Lighthouse if you enjoyed the movie Midsommar, as it has similar themes and is similarly disturbing.