Gretel and Hansel is an American horror film based on a German fork lore tale titled Hansel and Gretel. Oz Perkins co-wrote and directed the film. Sophia Lillis and Sam Leakey portray the main characters in the film, and they star alongside actors such as Charles Babalola and Alice Krige.

The story is set in a fairy tale country, and it centers on a young girl and her little brother. It all goes wrong for the siblings as they venture into the dark woods in search of food and work. The film was released on 31st January 2020 in the United States.

Gretel and Hansel is set to be an entertaining horror film. This piece will let you in on where it will be available for streaming.

Will Gretel and Hansel come to Netflix?

It is unlikely that Gretel and Hansel will come to Netflix in the US. The film was produced by MGM’s Orion Pictures, and it will be distributed by United Arts Releasing. United Arts Releasing is a joint distribution venture between MGM and Annapurna Pictures.

Ever since the venture came to being, United Arts Releasing films rarely make it to Netflix US. However, other regions of Netflix receive United Arts Releasing films. For instance, Netflix UK has a sizable catalog of United Arts Releasing films.

Where will Gretel and Hansel be available for streaming?

The most likely streaming destination for Gretel and Hansel will be Hulu. Back in 2017, Annapurna Pictures signed a multi-year streaming deal with Hulu that would see films distributed by the company head to Hulu.

It’s unclear whether MGM adopted that deal after the merger with Annapurna, but we have seen most MGM films head to Hulu for streaming. We expect that Gretel and Hansel will also head to Hulu for streaming.

Similar films on Netflix.

Luckily, there are several horror films on Netflix that you can watch.

American Psycho – Christian Bale stars in this chilling serial-killer story that is filled with plenty of laughs. The film also offers a unique perspective into privilege and life in the ‘80s. It’s the film for you if you want a bit of humor to go with the horror.

Calibre – This film follows two Scottish pals who accidentally shoot a child during a hunting excursion. Instead of owning up to their actions, the lads try to cover up the murder. However, they soon begin to suffer the grim consequences of their actions.

The Autopsy of Jane Doe – This 2016 film follows a coroner and his son after a dead body is delivered on their doorstep. The body looks fine on the outside, but inside, the body is a mess. Things keep getting creepier as the duo tries to figure out what happened to Jane Doe.