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7 incredible sci-fi movies leaving HBO Max in April 2022

“You are who you choose to be.”

Warner Bros.

7. Teen Titans Go! Meet Batman

A much lighter take on the Dark Knight, Teen Titans Go! Meet Batman follows the Teen Titans crew from the recent animated series as they cross paths with Batman.

Warner Bros.

6. The Amityville Horror

Both the original 1979 version and the 2005 adaptation of this classic haunted house movie leave HBO Max this month. The Amityville Horror is based on a book about a real-life murder (though the ghosts may not exactly be “based on true events.”)

American International Pictures

5. Anna to the Infinite Power

In Anna to the Infinite Power, a child prodigy discovers she’s part of a secret cloning program designed to recreate a brilliant scientist who died before fulfilling her world-changing ambitions.

Columbia Pictures

4. Resident Evil series

The Resident Evil movies fill a specific niche with their absurd action, convoluted lore, and questionable special effects. That makes them unmatched among overwrought, so-bad-they’re-good movies.

Sony Pictures

3. Never Let Me Go

Based on an acclaimed novel by Kazuo Ishiguro, Never Let Me Go is a somber sci-fi movie following the fates of a group of students at a mysterious boarding school in dystopian England.

Fox Searchlight Pictures

2. The Lego Movie

The Lego Movie and its sequel’s sci-fi elements are extremely light, but the inclusion of plenty of superheroes and genre tropes make them fantastically fun for science fiction fans.

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1. The Iron Giant

One of the most beloved animated films ever, The Iron Giant explores militarism, mistrust, and self-determination all through the lens of a sci-fi kids movie. It’s a great pick for audiences of any age thanks to its humor, depth, and gorgeous animation.

Warner Bros.