Subscribers on Netflix are probably curious to know if the horror reboot Firestarter from Blumhouse is available to stream on Netflix? Keep reading to put out the flames of mystery and blaze into some answers below!
The master of horror, Stephen King, has put out some spine-chilling stories that have been adapted into some worthwhile cinematic endeavors and entertaining TV shows. Then there are also all of the remakes, sequels, and reboots that have come from the classic adaptations like Doctor Sleep, It, and the 2022 film Firestarter.
Bringing this classic back to life is none other than the talented people at Blumhouse. The reliable name in the horror game looking to scorch the screens with Firestarter is responsible for some of the industry’s scariest, including The Invisible Man, Halloween Kills and Get Out.
The reboot of the 1984 movie of the same name follows a father’s efforts to protect his daughter from a secret government agency looking to control and exploit her pyrokinesis ability. Ryan Kiera Armstrong plays Charlene “Charlie” Magee, the little girl who can control heat and fire. The role was originally played by Drew Barrymore. Also starring in the Firestarter reboot are Zac Efron, Sydney Lemmon, Kurtwood Smith, John Beasley, Michael Greyeyes and Gloria Reuben.
Is Firestarter available on Netflix?
The demand for this frightful feature has been ignited, and it will be difficult to stop the spread of hype surrounding the terrifying horror flick. Many people, including subscribers, are eager to check out the Blumhouse motion picture, but for those hoping to watch it on the popular streamer should know that Firestarter isn’t an option on Netflix.
But as far as horror choices go, the streamer Netflix has a plethora of nightmare-inducing options. Some of the terrifying titles ready to stream now include Blood Red Sky, Choose or Die, All of Us Are Dead and Oxygen. In addition, Stephen King adaptations on Netflix include Gerald’s Game, In the Tall Grass and 1922.
Where you can stream Firestarter
Firestarter is available in theaters and is also streaming exclusively on Peacock.
You can check out the trailer below: