Senior Staff Writer, Tech AdvisorDEC 23, 2022 8:00 am GMT
Benoit Blanc is back to solve another complex murder case in the sequel to 2019’s Knives Out – Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery.
The film follows a tech billionaire called Miles Bron who invites a group of friends to his private island via some convoluted puzzles. Once they arrive, they see that he has put on an elaborate murder mystery game for fun – but Benoit Blanc seems to believe that something more dangerous may be afoot.
Glass Onion had a limited theatrical release at the end of November, but now the film isn’t available to watch on the big screen anymore.
Fortunately, you can now stream it – just in time for Christmas.
When is Glass Onion available to stream?
Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery is out now on Netflix.
In the meantime, you can check out the trailer for Glass Onion below:
Will Glass Onion release on DVD, Blu-ray or VOD?
As of yet, we have not heard of any plans for Netflix to distribute Glass Onion for home release, digitally or physically.
It’s not something Netflix typically does, so our assumption is that it won’t be available from the likes of Amazon, Google Play and iTunes. However, should we hear differently, we will update this article.
How to watch Knives Out
If you’d like to relieve the first Knives Out film, then you’ll need to either rent or buy the film on VOD or DVD. In the US and UK, the film isn’t available to stream on any major service (this wasn’t a Netflix exclusive like Glass Onion).
It’s worth noting that you can easily still watch Glass Onion without seeing Knives Out. Daniel Craig’s Benoit Blanc character does appear in both, but the events of the first film are only really mentioned in passing. That said, it is a brilliant movie.
Here are the places that you can get Knives Out from:
Hannah Cowton is a Senior Staff Writer at Tech Advisor and Macworld, working across entertainment, consumer technology and lifestyle. Her interests and specialities lie in streaming services, film and television reviews and rumours, gaming, wearables and smart home products. She's also the creator of The London Geek, a geek culture and lifestyle blog.