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Where to Find Popular Film Trilogies Streaming Online

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When looking for film series online, most are smartly collected on streaming services to allow a binge of the entire set. For example, the interconnected Star Wars and Marvel movies are all available on Disney+, and the films distributed by Warner Bros., like the Matrix Quadrilogy, are available on HBO Max. Some, however, remain spread out over numerous locations thanks to ever-changing rights and deals between companies. Here is where you can watch some sought-after trilogies on various streaming services across the web.

The Hannibal Lector Trilogy

The three films where Anthony Hopkins portrayed notorious fictional serial killer Dr. Hannibal Lector are beloved but by no means a cohesive viewing experience. Fans of The Silence of the Lambs who want more of Hopkins should seek out Red Dragon, the underrated third installment.

The Silence of the Lambs: Prime Video

Hannibal: Starz

Red Dragon: HBO Max

The ‘Kung Fu Panda’ Trilogy

The ‘Kung Fu Panda’ Trilogy

Jack Black and a remarkable cast of voices appear throughout the three Kung Fu Panda movies, all of which are critically acclaimed and respectful of the martial arts genre.

#1 - Netflix

#2 - $3.99 Rental

#3 - $3.99 Rental

Richard Linklater’s ‘Before’ Trilogy

One of the best and most realistic portrayals of love and all its messy glory, the Before trilogy follows characters played by Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy on three meetings spread out over nine years each.

Before Sunrise - Hoopla

Before Sunset - $2.99 Rental

Before Midnight - Hulu

‘How To Train Your Dragon’ Trilogy

‘How To Train Your Dragon’ Trilogy

Jay Baruchel voices a young Viking in a mystical world; his character, Hiccup, feels inadequate due to his small size but alters his life by befriending a dragon.

#1 - Peacock

#2 - Netflix

#3 - $3.99 Rental

The Cornetto Trilogy

Though only an informal trilogy, the Edgar Wright/Simon Pegg/Nick Frost movies each take on new characters and exciting premises for comedic takes on the zombie horror, cop action/thriller, and alien invasion genres.

Shaun of the Dead - Starz

Hot Fuzz - Peacock

The World’s End - $3.99 Rental

Bonus: Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Trilogy

Bonus: Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Trilogy

Technically, the Christian Bale/Dark Knight films are available on HBO Max, but those who do not have access to WarnerMedia’s streaming service can find the first two films (Batman Begins and The Dark Knight) on Netflix.

Happy watching!

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