If you are wondering what to watch over the weekend, then here's a list of movies that you can stream online from the comfort of your home and some of them, you can enjoy in the theaters.

"The King's Daughter"

If you are fond of adventure fantasy movies, then "The King's Daughter" is a perfect pick for you. The movie is available exclusively in theaters. The movie revolves around a king who captures a mermaid in order to achieve immortality.

However, his illegitimate daughter ruins the king's plan and it unfolds the story further. The movie is helmed by director Sean McNamara and it stars Kaya Scodelario, Pierce Brosnan, Benjamin Walker, Fan Bingbing and William Hurt.

"The Royal Treatment"

"The Royal Treatment" revolves around a character named Isabella, who is busy running a salon while Prince Thomas is occupied with his royal duties. However, their paths cross at a royal wedding and the two learn how they need to be in charge of their own destiny. The movie is streaming on Netflix and it stars Mena Massoud and Laura Marano. It is helmed by director Rick Jacobson.

"The Edge of War"

If you are fond of biography drama, then you should check out "The Edge of War," which is based on a British diplomat who travels to Munich during World War II and meets a classmate working for the German government. The movie is helmed by director Christian Schwochow and it also stars George MacKay, Jeremy Irons, Jannis Niewöhner, Ulrich Matthes, Jessica Brown Findlay and Liv Lisa Fries. It is streaming on Netflix.

"The Last Thing Mary Saw"

Looking forward to watching a horror drama? then check out "The Last Thing Mary Saw," which is streaming on Shudder. The movie is based on author Robert Harris' book of the same name. The movie is set in 1843 where a young woman is investigated after a mysterious death. The movie stars Isabelle Fuhrman, Judith Anna Roberts, Stefanie Scott, Rory Culkin, Carolyn McCormick and Shane Coffey.

If you have missed our last week’s list of movies, you can check it out here.

Netflix is the market leader but will face increasingly stiff competition as US firms go global
Netflix is the market leader but will face increasingly stiff competition as US firms go global AFP / Olivier DOULIERY