The 3 best Prime Video movies to stream in November 2023

BTS: Yet To Come
BTS: Yet To Come /

November is here! And, just like you are, we’re working on narrowing down our watch lists for the month. Prime Video, as usual has a lot on offer, but if you’re looking to curate to a few movies, we have you covered!

First, we’re in an era of concert films. Taylor Swift basically saved the fall box office thanks to the release of her Eras Tour movie in theaters and Beyoncé is primed to make waves with Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé starting Dec. 1. But these icons aren’t the only ones who have the internet abuzz. BTS do as well thanks to the coming streaming premiere of BTS: Yet to Come on Thursday, Nov. 9. You’ll be able to sing along and dance to the boy band’s music right from your couch or bed with only a few presses of a button.

If you’re looking for documentary to dive into, look no further than Maxine’s Baby: The Tyler Perry Story. There’s truly something special about getting to learn the inner workings of a creator and to be given the opportunity to see how they bring their art to life. It’s inspiring especially since you get a chance to see the person behind the movie or show or role. The film premieres Friday, Nov. 17.

Rounding out our selection of movies is Evil Dead Rise. Not everyone is ready to pack horror away just because October has come and gone, so if you’re in need of a good scare, you’ll want this film on your watch list. But maybe watch it with the lights on if you’re easily frightened. The movie makes its Prime Video debut on Thursday, Nov. 23.

Keep reading for more information on this three films including age rating, runtime, and full synopses.

Prime Video movies to watch in November 2023

BTS: Yet To Come
BTS: Yet To Come /

BTS: Yet to Come

  • Premiere date: Nov. 9
  • Rating: Not Rated
  • Runtime: 1 hour, 44 minutes

The concert film, BTS: Yet to Come, was filmed in October 2022 and hit theaters in February 2023 for a limited run. Fans have been waiting over a year for the movie to land on streaming but, finally, it’s happening. If you’re ARMY, you know exactly what to expect, but if you’re a casual fan or a Prime Video subscriber simply intrigued by the boy band, here’s what you need to know.

The concert took place at Asiad Main Stadium with approximately 50,000 fans getting their life to the high energy music of j-hope, Jin, Jimin, Jung Kook, RM, SUGA, and V. The band played their hits including “Yet to Come (The Most Beautiful Moment),” Butter, “Dynamite, “RUN,” and “MIC Drop” in a setlist of 19 songs. During the film, you’ll bear witness to BTS‘ brilliance, touching speeches, their infectious sound, and incredible performances for an experience unlike any other from the comfort of your home.


Maxine’s Baby: The Tyler Perry Story

  • Premiere date: Nov. 17
  • Age rating: PG-13
  • Runtime: 1 hour, 55 minutes

Tyler Perry is a polarizing figure in the entertainment industry but whether you love his movies and shows or they’re not to your taste, there’s no denying the man created a lane for himself where there wasn’t one. For the first time, with Maxine’s Baby: The Tyler Perry Story, the multihyphenate creator, storyteller, and artist is giving viewers unfettered access to his life through the collaboration between directors/filmmakers Gelila Bekele and Armani Ortiz.

According to Prime Video, the documentary is “a tender and intimate portrait of visionary and innovator Tyler Perry [and] his harrowing but faithful road to the top of an industry that didn’t always include him.” Perry is not only known for the mark he’s made in the industry but also for his heart and his desire to open doors for creatives like himself who simply need the opportunity to shine and certainly aren’t lacking in talent.

Maxine’s Baby: The Tyler Perry Story also paints a portrait of Perry as a man and father (Bekele has a son with the filmmaker). As much as his past informs his work, so does his present. To put a fine point on it, Perry embodies the sentiment that you must remember where you came from in order to know the direction you want to go.

Evil Dead Rise movie soundtrack
Evil Dead Rise, Warner Bros. Production released April 21, 2023 /

Evil Dead Rise

  • Premiere date: Nov. 23
  • Age rating: R
  • Runtime: 1 hour, 36 minutes

If you’re looking to keep the chills and thrills going well into November, or you want a fright on Thanksgiving night, Evil Dead Rise is ready to be of service. The horror movie, which is the fifth film in the Evil Dead series, has been on offer to stream via Max but it’ll now be making the leap to Prime Video. If you’ve been meaning to check the film out, you should know that this is a standalone movie and you don’t need to watch the other entries in the franchise to follow along.

Evil Dead Rise is about a pair of estranged sisters who are reunited but it’s not too long before their time together turns horrific. That’ll happen when flesh-possessing demons begin to run amok and you’re thrust into a fight to survive. To make matters worse, they have to face off against a nightmare version of family. Let the screaming and breathtaking narrow escapes commence!

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