If you’re a fan of horror movies like Saw, Would You Rather, or Escape Room, then The Belko Experiment is definitely a film that you want to watch.
The film debuted back in 2016 and is an hour and thirty minutes of non-stop action and deadly decisions that are sure to leave you speechless. It also has a pretty great lineup of actors, including Chambers star Tony Goldwyn, Adria Arjona, John Gallagher Jr., and Guardians of the Galaxy actor Sean Gunn, to name a few.
Want to know if it’s available for streaming on Netflix? We have the answer to that question and tell you everything else you need to know right here.
What is The Belko Experiment about?
The Belko Experiment centers on a group of workers who are forced to play a game where keeping one’s limbs and life is the grand prize. With no choice but to participate, these employees must put their humanity aside to play this monstrous game of life or death.
More in the official synopsis for the film:
In a twisted social experiment, eighty Americans are locked in their high-rise corporate office in Bogotá, Colombia, and ordered by an unknown voice coming from the company’s intercom system to participate in a deadly game of kill or be killed.
You can also check out the trailer for the film here:
Is The Belko Experiment on Netflix?
Currently, The Belko Experiment is not on Netflix, and it’s unclear when or if the film will eventually make its way over to the streaming service. The reason for its absence might be because it’s in a few other places we’ve listed for you below.
Where can I watch The Belko Experiment?
It looks like there are tons of options available to watch this movie. The film is currently streaming for free on Pluto TV. Alternatively, if you want to purchase it, you can also rent the film on Amazon Prime Video, YouTube Movies, and Apple TV for a small fee.
Once or if the film releases on Netflix, we’ll be sure to let you know, but in the meantime, feel free to watch other horror movies similar to The Belko Experiment like The Platform, Circle, or Truth or Dare.Next: 27 best Netflix movies to watch and 13 to skip