Full list of Acorn TV movies

Acorn TV may specialise in British series, but a small selection of feature films is also available.

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This table was last updated on 27 Jan 2022. There are 22 movies in the Acorn TV library.
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Why Didn't They Ask Evans? DramaWatch now
The Scarlet Pimpernel DramaWatch now
Sparkling Cyanide DramaWatch now
Seven Dials Mystery DramaWatch now
The Silence (2006) DramaWatch now
The Black Velvet Gown DramaWatch now
Still Life: A Three Pines Mystery DramaWatch now
B&B DramaWatch now
The Scapegoat DramaWatch now
Glorious 39 DramaWatch now
Goodbye, Mr. Chips DramaWatch now
Wreckers DramaWatch now
Belonging DramaWatch now
The Man Who Lost His Head DramaWatch now
Sisters of War Period DramaWatch now
Complicit CrimeWatch now
Lawless CrimeWatch now
Cider with Rosie MiniseriesWatch now
The Wipers Times ComedyWatch now
Care Feature FilmWatch now
The Boy with the Topknot Feature FilmWatch now
Agatha Christie: 100 Years of Poirot and Miss Marple DocumentaryWatch now

Streaming service Acorn TV is fairly niche – it offers a wide collection of British TV shows. You can stream classic comedies like Doc Martin, period dramas like Foyle’s War, and intriguing mysteries like Midsomer Murders or Agatha Raisin.

However, the platform also hosts several feature films, so you can sit back and relax with a movie in-between your TV binges. Check their library above to see what’s on offer.

Acorn TV is affordable at only $6.99/month and works with PCs/Macs, smartphones and tablets, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Chromecast. New subscribers get a one-week free trial, so you can give the service a test drive and decide whether it’s worth adding it to your entertainment roster.

Alternatively, if you want a more all-inclusive type of on-demand video service, you might want to take a look at Netflix, Stan, Disney+, or Amazon Prime Video.

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