Where to watch Door Lock? Is it on Netflix or Amazon Prime?

Door Lock is a 2018 South Korean thriller movie that follows Kyung-min, a girl who lives alone in a tiny apartment. One night, she finds something HUGE messed up, her super-secure lock cover is open!

The cops don’t believe her, so guess what? This brave girl takes matters into her own hands and turns detective. Will she able to find the culprit before it’s too late?

Based on 2011 Spanish movie Sleep Tight, the psychological thriller film is directed by Lee Kwon and stars Gong Hyo-jin and Kim Ye-won in the main roles of Cho Kyung-min and Oh Hyo-joo.

If you’re hoping to watch this creepy movie, here’s your streaming guide.

Is Door Lock on Netflix?

No, “Door Lock” isn’t streaming on Netflix right now but there are various thriller Korean films and TV shows that you can watch like The 8th Night (2021), Unlocked (2023), Carter (2022), Burning (2018), Erkek Severse (2022), Squid Game (2021), Gyeongseong Creature (2023), Pandora (2016), Night in Paradise (2020), etc. with your Netflix subscription.

Is Door Lock on netflix

Is Door Lock on Amazon Prime?

Just like Netflix, this creepy horror film is not available for Prime Video subscribers. Even though, the film isn’t included in the regular subscription of Amazon Prime, it’s available to rent or purchase digitally from Amazon in most countries but not in US and UK, due to location restrictions.

Where to watch Door Lock?

The 2018 film “Door Lock” was originally released on Dec 5, 2018 in South Korean cinemas under the distribution of Megabox Plus M, and is now available on Viu, an online streaming platform with limited regional availability.

Door Lock movie is now streaming on Viu

Currently, Viu is accessible in 16 markets including Hong Kong, Singapore, and Middle East but it’s not available in US and UK. This makes it difficult for viewers in these regions to experience the film through official streaming channels.

Viu primarily focuses on Asian content, making it a haven for fans of Korean cinema and beyond. However, if you are unable to access Viu, then there’s no use of it. You have to look for another way.

Digital Downloads

For those that prefer digital formats, ‘Door Lock’ can be rented or purchased through VOD platforms like Amazon, Spectrum, YouTube, Google Play, Microsoft Store, Apple TV and Vudu.

Prices typically range from $3.99 to rent and $12.99 to purchase in HD. Going the digital route allows you to watch the film instantly on your connected devices.

Physical Copies

If you want to add the film to your physical media collection, you can purchase the Blu-ray and DVD copies of “Door Lock” from major retailers like Amazon and Walmart, usually for around $15.

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Owning the Blu-ray means you can enjoy added features like subtitles, audio commentary and behind-the-scenes footage whenever you want. You can also purchase the physical copy of One Punch Man if you like anime or Secret Society 3, if you love romance.

Can I watch Door Lock for Free?

While not officially available on any free streaming platforms in the US, some websites might offer “Door Lock” for free. However, we strongly advise against accessing movies through illegal or unauthorized sources.

These websites can be riddled with malware and pose security risks. Stick to the safe and legal options mentioned above to enjoy the thriller film with peace of mind.

What If I Can’t Watch ‘Door Lock’?

Don’t worry, if you are unable to watch ‘Door Lock’ in your region. Here are some South Korean psychological thriller alternatives in a similar vein:

Forgotten (2017) – After his abducted brother returns strangely altered, Jin-seok tries unraveling the mystery behind his disappearance to horrific results. Available on Netflix.

The Handmaiden (2016) – A con man plots to seduce and institutionalize a Japanese heiress to steal her fortune, with the help of a handmaiden secretly plotting her own scheme. Available on Prime Video.

Burning (2018) – When an old friend’s enigmatic new companion leads to unexpected disasters, Jongsu’s rage threatens to combust. Available on Peacock, Netflix, Prime Video, Hooply, Kanopy (FREE).

The Wailing (2016) – After a mysterious sickness ravages his village, officer Jong-goo investigates possible supernatural causes behind the epidemic. Available on Rakuten Viki (Secret Boutique), Netflix, Prime Video, Kocowa, Kanopy (FREE).

Oldboy (2003) – After being held captive for 15 years for no reason, Oh Dae-su is released, which begins his obsessive quest for answers. Available for rent or purchase on Spectrum, Apple TV, VUDU, and Amazon.

Lakshya Kaushik

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