Here’s where to watch the Silo movie. Which streaming services is the 2021 film available on? Is it currently on Netflix?
There are plenty of films still to look forward to in 2021.
Among the most anticipated of the year are delayed blockbusters, from No Time to Die to Dune. However, there are lots of smaller productions that audiences are eager to dive into too.
One such movie is Silo, directed by Marshall Burnette.
The film premiered back in 2019 at Louisville’s International Festival of Film but general viewers are now invited to check out this unique tale of terror.
So, here’s where to watch the Silo movie…
Silo movie: Where to watch
- Silo is available to rent or buy on the likes of Amazon Prime Video and through the movie’s website.
In the UK, Silo costs £5.99 to rent and £9.99 to buy on Amazon. US audiences can rent the film for $6.99 or purchase it for $14.99.
Alternatively, you can head over to the website and access screenings. It’s included that a portion of all proceeds from website sales will be donated to the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation, Progressive Agriculture and the John Bowne Agricultural Program.
Over on the website, it also gives you the option to locate cinema screenings, buy a DVD or Blu-ray and host a screening.
As for the film itself, it centres on a teenager in a small US farm town who becomes the victim of a grain entrapment. Fighting for life inside a silo, the corn acts as quicksand and the locals must race against the clock, working fast to save his life.
Is Silo on Netflix?
No, Silo is not available on Netflix.
However, there are a number of ways that audiences can access the 2021 movie in their homes, as highlighted above.
As of yet, there is no news to suggest that the film will be added to the popular streaming service in the near future.
Silo: 2021 film cast
Listed below are the Silo cast members and their respective roles:
- Jeremy Holm Frank
- Jill Paice Valerie
- Jack DiFalco as Cody
- Jim Parrack as Junior
- Chris Ellis as Mr. Adler
- James DeForest Parker as Sutter
- Danny Ramirez as Lucha
- Daniel R. Hill as Bill
- Reegus Flenory as Welch
- Rebecca Lines as Sheriff Jessica Baxter
- Erik Moth as Berges
- Mike Seely as Merrick
- Emmalee Parker as Georgia
- Anthony Pineda as Lucha’s Brother
- Tiffany Smith as Sheryl
Silo is now available on VOD.
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