We are back in the era of creepy dolls terrorizing humans and here are the details about where to watch it.
The era of killer dolls has been revived by Megan in 2023 ( stylized as M3GAN ) as the immaculately designed companion robot for a kid wrecks havoc. After the initial release of its poster which showed the killer robot sporting gen-z makeup trends, the film met some initial backlash and negative criticism. But now the numbers speak for themselves since M3GAN’s release in the theaters has dragged in horror enthusiasts and has grossed $48 million worldwide against a budget of $12 million. So if you are wondering where can you stream M3GAN anytime soon, we got you covered with every bit of detail listed below.
Currently, you can only check the blend of campy horror spectacles in theaters. But since the film is made by Blumhouse Productions, which has a record of releasing numerous horrors films in the past few years, and all of them ending up on the streaming platform of Peacock, it’s highly likely that M3GAN will end up streaming on the same platform as well. However, there is no official information regarding the release date of M3GAN on OTT platforms yet. In case it does end up airing on Peacock, you’ll be needing a $4.99 per month or $49.99 per year subscription plan to stream M3GAN.
There is no official information regarding a DVD and Blu-Ray release of the horror film yet.
A genius roboticist, Gemma designs a realistic doll that is programmed to be the best companion of a kid and names it M3GAN. When Gemma’s niece Cady comes to live under her care, she decides to assign the robotic doll to accompany Cady and become her best friend. But the playmate and protector of Cady quickly turns hostile, and it leads to unexpected consequences and bloodshed.
The cast included some fresh new faces along with some established actors. Playing the role of M3GAN is Amie Donald, and the killer doll is voiced by Jenna Davis. Allison Williams plays the roboticist Gemma and her niece Cady is played by Violet McGraw. The film is directed by Gerard Johnstone.
Yes, we have a trailer for the movie right here.
Yes, we have the creepy yet intriguing poster for the movie too.