15 Movies to Watch on EPIX This July

There’s so many great movies on EPIX this month, we’re having trouble telling you which to watch first! We’re psyched to have such fan favorites you can watch right now as well as the world television premiere of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Pt. 1 later in July. Take a look at what’s new to EPIX this month and get watchin’ online at EPIX.com, on demand with the EPIX app or just by turning your TV to EPIX!

 

1. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Pt. 1 (2014)

You won't want to miss the third installment of The Hunger Games, premiering July 25th on EPIX. The time has come for Katniss to choose her path: will she become the fierce symbol of revolution, or is the cost too great?

You won’t want to miss the third installment of The Hunger Games, premiering July 25th on EPIX. The time has come for Katniss to choose her path: will she become the fierce symbol of revolution, or is the cost too great?

 

2. Harlem Nights (1989)

Richard Pryor and Eddie Murphy. Should be enough said, but if that doesn't quite hook you, Della Reese, Arsenio Hall, Jasmine Guy and Danny Aiello join them.

Richard Pryor and Eddie Murphy. Should be enough said, but if that doesn’t quite hook you, Della Reese, Arsenio Hall, Jasmine Guy and Danny Aiello join them.

 

3. Wayne’s World 2 (1993)

The boys are back for round 2, and this time, Waynestock awaits.

The boys are back for round 2, and this time, Waynestock awaits.

 

4. King Kong (1976)

Even if you've seen the original from 1933 or Peter Jackson's 2005 epic remake, you won't want to skip this version. It stars Jessica Lange in her feature film debut.

Even if you’ve seen the original from 1933 or Peter Jackson’s 2005 epic remake, you won’t want to skip this version. It stars Jessica Lange in her feature film debut.

 

5. The Odd Couple (1968)

From small screen to silver screen, this is one movie that's just as good as the TV show it's based off of - watch it for the first time or once more for lots of laughs!

From small screen to silver screen, this is one movie that’s just as good as the TV show it’s based off of – watch it for the first time or once more for lots of laughs!

 

6. The Bad News Bears (1976)

Make sure the kids are in bed before you turn this hysterical movie starring Walter Matthau on.

Make sure the kids are in bed before you turn this hysterical movie starring Walter Matthau on.

 

7. Payback (1999)

Is it just us, or do you also miss the good ol' days of Mel Gibson action movies? Watch Payback to remember when...

Is it just us, or do you also miss the good ol’ days of Mel Gibson action movies? Watch Payback to remember when…

 

8. The Brady Bunch Movie (19995) (and A Very Brady Sequel (1996) if you’re really feelin’ it)

OK, so this isn't one of those "as good as the TV show" movies, but it's still worth a watch. As is A Very Brady Sequel also playing this month on EPIX.

OK, so this isn’t one of those “as good as the TV show” movies, but it’s still worth a watch. As is A Very Brady Sequel also playing this month on EPIX.

 

9. Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, Star Trek V: The Final Frontier and Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country

Not sure which one to watch, then how about an all day marathon?

Not sure which one to watch, then how about an all day marathon?

 

10. Leap of Faith (1992)

We're huge fans of Steve Martin and while Leap of Faith isn't his greatest movie, it's definitely a good one - and often, underrated. Do yourself a favor and watch it!

We’re huge fans of Steve Martin and while Leap of Faith isn’t his greatest movie, it’s definitely a good one – and often, underrated. Do yourself a favor and watch it!

 

11. The Warriors (1979)

Warrrrrriors! Come out to play! The 1979 movie is a dazzling cinematic experience, capturing the dark urban jungle of New York City. It's an iconic film and a must watch for any film buff.

Warrrrrriors! Come out to play! The 1979 movie is a dazzling cinematic experience, capturing the dark urban jungle of New York City. It’s an iconic film and a must watch for any film buff.

 

12. Dirty Dancing (1987)

After seeing this about 100 times we still watch Dirty Dancing every chance we get. Baby and Johnny's love story will never get old and we'll never put it in the corner!

After seeing this about 100 times we still watch Dirty Dancing every chance we get. Baby and Johnny’s love story will never get old and we’ll never put it in the corner!

 

13. Dirty Dancing 2: Havana Nights (2004)

OK, if you do need a break from the original, why not watch the 2004 follow up? Sure it's not as great as the original (what could be?!) but it's an entertaining watch with killer moves.

OK, if you do need a break from the original, why not watch the 2004 follow up? Sure it’s not as great as the original (what could be?!) but it’s an entertaining watch with killer moves.

 

14. Lisa Lampanelli: Back to the Drawing Board (2015)

The Queen of Mean made her EPIX debut back in June, but we're still LOLing. If you haven't had a chance to catch her new comedy special Back to the Drawing Board, do so.

The Queen of Mean made her EPIX debut back in June, but we’re still LOLing. If you haven’t had a chance to catch her new comedy special Back to the Drawing Board, do so.

 

15. Night Falls on Manhattan (1997)

Andy Garcia stars as Sean Casey a former cop turned Manhattan DA who steps into the limelight after prosecuting a high-profile case. Based on Robert Daley's novel "Tainted Evidence" this dark drama tells the story of one man's life as it is turned upside down the further he goes into the NYC criminal justice system.

Andy Garcia stars as Sean Casey a former cop turned Manhattan DA who steps into the limelight after prosecuting a high-profile case. Based on Robert Daley’s novel “Tainted Evidence” this dark drama tells the story of one man’s life as it is turned upside down the further he goes into the NYC criminal justice system.