• "Army of the Dead" is available on Netflix
  • "P!NK: All I Know So Far" is streaming on Amazon Prime
  • A bunch of movies are also available in theaters 

Even though the traditional release of movies in theaters are slow, various streaming platforms are making up for it by launching much anticipated flicks.

Although Hollywood and audiences are trying to adjust to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it is worth noting there are many more movies releasing every week compared to the pre-pandemic era.

Here's a list to help you out to learn the latest releases along with the streaming services you can watch them on!

Fresh Release - Army of the Dead

"Army of the Dead" is helmed by Zack Snyder and exclusively available on Netflix. The zombie heist thriller is based in Las Vegas, which revolves around a father-daughter reconciliation story. Dave Bautista and Ella Purnell portrayed the father and daughter duo, Scott and Kate, respectively in the movie.

It is a two-hour and 28 minutes’ action pack movie, which also includes a climax featuring a nuclear bomb dropped in the city. The movie released Friday under The Stone Quarry production.

Fresh Release - P!NK: All I Know So Far

Another new release, "P!NK: All I Know So Far" is a documentary based on singer and songwriter Pink's life. The 99-minute documentary is directed by Michael Gracey, and was filmed during three weeks of her "Beautiful Trauma World Tour."

The documentary is available on Amazon Prime. The singer shares two kids Willow Sage Hart and Jameson Moon Hart with her husband Carey Hart, who also featured in the documentary.

Besides streaming online, there are some movies releasing only in theaters.

Dream Horse - Only in Theaters

Euros Lyn's "Dream Horse" is a sports drama produced by Katherine Butler and Tracy O’Riordan. The movie is based on the true story of the Dream Alliance. It stars Toni Collette, Damian Lewis, Joanna Page and Katherine Jenkins in the key roles.

Similarly, movies like Luke Holland's "Final Account," Michel Franco's "New Order," and Caroline Link's helmed "When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit" are available exclusively in theaters.

Movies like "Blast Beat" and "Seance" are available in theaters and on-demand.

Streaming leader Netflix is facing increased competition from Disney and other rivals
Streaming leader Netflix is facing increased competition from Disney and other rivals AFP / Olivier DOULIERY