Where To Watch Midsommar – Is it on Netflix or Amazon?

Where To Watch Midsommar – Is it on Netflix or Amazon?

Starring Florence Pugh and Jack Reynor, Midsommar is a folk horror film written and directed by Ari Aster.

It was released in 2019 and follows a couple who travel to Sweden with a group of friends for a midsummer festival, only for things to go very, very wrong.

Critically acclaimed, the film grossed $48 million against a budget of just $9 million and has gone on to become a cult classic.


While Florence Pugh is superb in the movie, so too is the supporting cast, which includes William Jackson Harper, Will Poulter, Vilhelm Blomgren, Archie Madekwe, and Ellora Torchia.

So if you want to stream and watch Midsommar, we've got all the streaming platforms you can find it below…

Where to Stream Midsommar?

Streaming Midsommar can be confusing as the film is available on different platforms depending on which country you live in.

But we'll give the rundown for where you can stream it for free and rental details if it's not included in your subscriptions.

United States: Midsommar is available to stream in the USA on Showtime and Direct TV.

United Kingdom: Florence Pugh fans can watch her in action in Midsommar on Netflix.

Australia: With two streaming options, you are in luck if you want to watch Midsommar in Australia. They are Netflix and Stan.

Canada: In Canada, you can watch Midsommar with an Netflix subscription.

Israel: Unfortunately, Midsommar is not available on any streaming platform in Israel, and you cannot rent or purchase either.

Argentina: In Argentina, you can watch Midsommar on Netflix.

Japan: Four different options to stream Midsommar in Japan. They are Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video and U Next.

Europe: It seems that nearly all countries in the EU can watch Midsommar on either Netflix or Amazon Prime Video. That includes Ireland, Belgium, Italy, Spain, and Portugal.

Notable exceptions include Germany (Home of Horror via Amazon) and France (rental only).

What Is Midsommar About?

Dani Ardor is a psychology student who suffers an unimaginable tragedy when her sister commits a murder-suicide, killing herself and her parents.

Already in a strained relationship with cultural anthropology student Christian, she decides to stay with him and reluctantly him and his friends at a midsummer festival in rural Sweden.

What begins as a carefree summer holiday turns sinister when they are invited to take part in the festivities that become increasingly disturbing.

With psychedelic mushrooms, hallucinogenic drinks, ritual suicides and murders, Midsommar is horror and not for the faint-hearted!

Where Was Midsommar Filmed?

Filming on Midsommar began in July 2018 and wrapped towards the end of September of the same year.

Despite being set in Sweden, the movie was not actually made there. Instead, the creators opted for Hungary, using various locations in the country, including Budapest and Korda Studios in Etyek.

The festival setting of the Hårga was filmed in Budakeszi, and back in the US, Dani's apartment is located in Brooklyn, New York.

And for those of you who are interested, the view from her apartment is 66 Ainslie St., Brooklyn.

Midsommar – What Happened To Mark?

It's one of the big questions about the movie – what happened to Mark? So here goes…

Mark (Will Poulter, Dopesick) is Christian's friend who heads to the Midsommar festival with him, Josh (William Jackson Harper, The Good Place) and Dani.

As the festivities are in full swing, Mark unknowingly urinates on a sacred tree and is berated by one of the elders. Later he is lured away by one of the female commune members.

He is then murdered, and we know that because when Josh is dragged away it is by a man wearing Mark's skinned face. Though the murder happens off-screen in the wider release, it is shown in graphic detail in the Director's Cut.

It turns out that for the final ceremony, nine human sacrifices are required to purge the commune of evil. The first four victims, including Mark, are outsiders deliberately brought in by Pelle and Ingemar for that reason.

Where To Watch Midsommar Director's Cut

Despite having a run-time of just under two and a half hours, Aster's original Midsommar is 171-minutes. He was asked to trim it down for a cinema release, which he did.

But the Director's Cut still exists and was released as an Apple TV exclusive on September 24, 2019.

Unfortunately, in 2023, you can only watch Midsommar: Director's Cut in Australia on Binge or Foxtel Now or in New Zealand if you rent it.

Otherwise, it is not available to stream, rent or purchase anywhere in the world.

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