Two groups of people discover evidence that suggests spirits may be trying to invade the human world through the Internet.Pulse featuring Haruhiko Katō and Kumiko Aso is streaming with subscription on Peacock Premium, streaming with subscription on Philo, streaming on AMC+, and 11 others. It's a horror and mystery movie with an average IMDb audience rating of 6.5 (24,340 votes).
Where to Watch Pulse Now
Streaming with Premium
Pulse - Watch Online: Streaming, Buy or Rent
Currently you are able to watch Pulse streaming on AMC+ (Via Prime Video), Popcornflix, Tubi, Warriors & Gangsters (Via Prime Video), Plex, Hoopla, Peacock Premium, Peacock, PlutoTV, Philo, and AMC+. It is also possible to buy Pulse on Prime Video, VUDU, iTunes, and Apple TV or rent it on Prime Video, VUDU, iTunes, and Apple TV.
Why to Watch Pulse
Pulse offers a unique blend of genres, combining elements of Science-Fiction, Mystery, Horror, and Thriller to create a suspenseful and intriguing narrative. This makes it a great choice for viewers who enjoy multifaceted, genre-bending stories.
The movie's premise of spirits attempting to invade the human world through the Internet is a novel concept that adds an interesting twist to the traditional ghost story. This innovative plot could appeal to viewers looking for a fresh take on supernatural themes.
With a Reelgood score of 72 and an IMDb audience rating of 6.5, Pulse has received positive feedback from audiences. These ratings suggest that the movie is well-received and could be an enjoyable watch for many viewers.
RATINGS & REVIEWS
People Also Liked
Cast & Crew
Available to watch free online (Tubi, PlutoTV, Peacock, and 2 others).
Available to stream on a subscription service (Peacock Premium, Philo, AMC+, and 2 others).
Available to rent or buy from $2.99 on 4 services (iTunes, Apple TV, Prime Video, and 1 other).
Not available to stream on a TV everywhere service.
Pulse has an average IMDb audience rating of 6.5 (24,340 votes). The movie is somewhat popular with Reelgood users lately.
Two groups of people discover evidence that suggests spirits may be trying to invade the human world through the Internet.