Is The World’s Loneliest Boy on Netflix? (where to see)

The loneliest boy in the world is out now and it’s the perfect movie to watch with a group of friends over the weekend. But where can it be seen? That’s no problem for us! We know exactly where you can see this film. So read on to find out!

The loneliest boy in the world is a comedy film directed by Martin Owen from a screenplay by Piers Ashworth. Ashworth, Matt Williams, Pat Wintersgill and Ryan Hamilton also produced the film.

It’s about a young, sheltered boy named Oliver who, after the sudden death of his mother, is tasked with making new friends. However, Oliver decides to find his friends in the most unexpected place: the graveyard. After digging up several bodies, he brings them home, not knowing what lies ahead in the morning. The next morning, Oliver awakes to his “new friends” who are mysteriously alive and must find a way to hide them from the rest of the world.

The cast includes Max Harwood, Hero Fiennes Tiffin, Evan Ross, Ben Miller, Ashley Benson, Susan Wokoma and many others.

Is The World’s Loneliest Boy on Netflix?

Unfortunately you will not find it The loneliest boy in the world on Netflix. However, there is a possibility that Netflix will acquire streaming rights to the film in the future. That’s just not the case at the moment.

But no worry. Netflix currently offers tons of similar streaming content on its platform. We recommend checking out day shift, The Babysitter and Small evil. If none of the titles just mentioned are your cup of tea, we recommend browsing through Netflix’s endless catalog of horror comedies for yourself. I’m pretty sure you’ll find something interesting.

Where can you watch The Loneliest Boy In The World?

From October 14, the film can only be seen in selected cinemas. You can check the film’s fandango page to see if there’s a screening near you and buy tickets. However, if you’d rather watch the film from the comfort of your own home, you can pre-order it on Apple TV for $14.99. It will be available on October 18th.

Check out the official trailer for a sneak peak! Is The World’s Loneliest Boy on Netflix? (where to see)


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