Here at Anarchists’ Convention, we’re thrilled that more and more of John’s films are available to more of you, so we’ve updated our list of where to watch his films to make it even easier for you to find them.
The list of John Sayles films at your fingertips has kept growing, with BABY IT’S YOU and THE SECRET OF ROAN INISH newly available on Blu-Ray and Netflix, respectively. Fortunately, the number of hard-to-find films has been shrinking steadily over the past few years.Unfortunately, MATEWAN and MEN WITH GUNS are not currently available for streaming or download. We’ll continue to do our best to make those films available to you, too.
We’ll make sure to continue updating this list because many of these digital channels rotate their titles regularly. If we missed any, please let us know in the comments section.
Here’s our list of how and where you can watch (almost) all of John’s movies in the United States, as of July 2015:
Return of The Secaucus 7 (1979): Hulu (free), iTunes, SundanceNow
Lianna (1983): Amazon, Netflix, iTunes, SundanceNow
Baby It’s You (1983): Olive Films or Amazon (buy on Blu-Ray)
The Brother From Another Planet (1984): Amazon, Netflix, iTunes, IndieFlix
Eight Men Out (1988): Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, Xbox Video, DirecTV, Google Play, Youtube Pay
City Of Hope (1991): Amazon, iTunes, Flixster, Xbox Video, Vudu, CinemaNow, Google Play, Youtube Pay
Passion Fish (1992): Netflix
The Secret of Roan Inish (1994): Amazon (streaming and DVD), Netflix, iTunes, Vudu, Google Play, Youtube Pay, Xbox Video
Lone Star (1996): iTunes, Vudu, Google Play, Youtube Pay
Limbo (1999): Amazon, iTunes, Xbox Video, CinemaNow, Flixster, Vudu, Google Play, Youtube Pay
Girlfight (2000) Produced by John and Maggie, Directed by Karyn Kusama: Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, Flixster, CinemaNow, DirecTV, Xbox Video, Google Play
Sunshine State (2002): Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, Flixster, CinemaNow, DirecTV, Xbox Video
Casa De Los Babys (2003): Amazon, iTunes, Hulu+, SundanceNow
Honeydripper (2007): Amazon, iTunes, Hulu
Amigo (2011): Amazon, iTunes, Hulu+, Flixster, Anarchists’ Convention (buy on DVD)
Go For Sisters (2013): Amazon, iTunes, Google Play, Youtube Pay, Vudu