Is Beetlejuice on Netflix in UK? – How to Watch Easily

Beetlejuice is an 80s horror movie that has become a must-watch Halloween film and is loved by millions of fans to this day. 

It leaves many fans wondering, ‘can you watch Beetlejuice on Netflix in the UK?’

Beetlejuice is available to stream on Netflix, but not in the UK. Due to geo-blocks, the movie is only available in a few regions like Canada, Australia, and India. It is missing from the British Netflix library.

But there is an easy way to unlock the movie in the UK and binge-watch it any time using a VPN app. Here’s everything you need to know about how to watch Beetlejuice on Netflix in the UK. 

How to Watch Beetlejuice on Netflix in the UK

Follow these steps to watch Beetlejuice (1988) on Netflix in the UK:

  1. Choose a VPN and subscribe to it. I highly recommend Surfshark which is the cheapest VPN with plenty of servers in India.
  2. Download the VPN application on your device.
  3. Log in and connect to a server located in India. 
  4. Go to Netflix and sign in.
  5. Binge-watch the horror film today.

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Why Isn’t Beetlejuice on Netflix in the UK?

At the moment, you can only watch Beetlejuice on Netflix in Canada, India, and Australia. The reason why the movie is not available in the US has to do with streaming rights. Beetlejuice is a Warner Bros production and in the UK, another streaming service has broadcasting rights. 

If you are in the UK and search for Beetlejuice on Netflix, the results will not bring up anything, except Netflix-recommended titles.

Currently, only fans in a few countries can enjoy the movie during Halloween time. But you don’t have to pay extra for Beetlejuice, as you can watch the movie on Netflix from the UK with a virtual private network.

A VPN will assign you a new IP address and give you the ability to watch Netflix from any other region. By connecting to a VPN, you can trick streaming sites like Netflix to think you are in India, giving you access to Beetlejuice from your location.

Using a VPN, you can watch tons of movies and shows that are blocked on Netflix like all Terminator movies on Netflix, Ready Player One streaming on Netflix, and watch Venom on Netflix.

With a VPN, you can unblock and stream any international channel you want. You can watch Hulu, YouTube TV, HBO Max, Showtime, Sling TV, and NBC in UK.

Beetlejuice (1988) Trailer 

Beetlejuice is one of the few classic cult horror movies rated highly on IMDB with a rating of 7.5/10.

Adam and Barbara get into a fatal car accident and wake up in their home, without any memory of how they got there. Soon they find out that both have been dead for a while now.

Adam and Barbara decide to haunt the family that comes to live in their house. Eventually, the family decides to hire an exorcist (Beetlejuice) to help them. The movie is quite popular among the pop culture.

Beetlejuice Cast 

  • Micheal Keaton as Betelguese
  • Alec Baldwin as Adam
  • Geena Davis as Barbara
  • Annie McEnroe as Jane Butterfield
  • Winona Ryder as Lydia
  • Catherine O Hara as Delia

Where can I watch Beetlejuice UK?

You can watch Beetlejuice in the UK on Now TV, SkyGo, and Chili. If you are a Netflix subscriber, you can also watch the movie on Netflix with the help of a VPN to change your region to India where the movie is currently streaming.

Conclusion 

Beetlejuice is an American horror movie that is quite popular among fans to this day. However, as it stands at the moment, the movie is not available on Netflix UK. You can only watch Beetlejuice on Netflix if you live in Canada, Australia, and India. 

Fans in the UK will need to use a VPN to change their Netflix library to another country where the movie is currently streaming like India.

This will allow you to change your region to any country you want and access geo-blocked movies and shows online.

Some other popular movies you can unblock with a VPN are Hairspray on Netflix, Inception on Netflix, and The Lovely Bones streaming on Netflix.

Jack Foster is a tech geek and a binge-watcher with a major interest in streaming. He loves to blog about the latest movies, TV series, all events, and happenings in the steaming and entertainment industry.

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