Where can I watch I See You on Netflix?

I See You is the name of the brand new movie starring Helen Hunt. She plays the role of a mother whose boy suddenly disappeared, and now things are turning strange. What happened to the boy? Would you like to watch I See You on Netflix? I will tell you how and where to stream the movie on Netflix!

I See You is an awarded movie and it is full of all sorts of twists, you know, those in which the story takes sudden turns that you wouldn’t have expected at all. The 2019 movie I See You currently has a 6,3/10 score on IMDb. That isn’t a very impressive score, but it also tells us that the movie has quite a lot of fans out there.

I See You on Netflix

I will write more about the movie later, but first, let me tell you how and where to stream I See You on Netflix.

Watch I See You on Netflix (2019)

You can currently watch this movie on Netflix in one single country, in Australia. I have already written an article on how to watch Australian Netflix elsewhere, but to make it short, this is what you need to do.

  • Buy a VPN subscription to the VPN provider SurfsharkVPN.
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  • Download the VPN application of SurfsharkVPN.
  • Connect to a server in Australia using SurfsharkVPN.
  • Search for I See You on Netflix.
  • Watch I See You on Netflix.
I See You 2019

What do people say about I See You?

I have been looking through some of the user reviews on IMDb, and here you have some of the most popular and helpful comments.

Very well directed with eerie feel. I often wonder why more thrillers like this don’t utilize the power of sound and musical scores to build tension in a scene. Anyways I was pleasantly surprised by this in a year that hasn’t released many good movies. I hope to see more from this director!


Here you have another short review written by someone sharing very similar feelings.

If you want a movie that offers some good suspense and one that does a pretty good job with misdirection along with some WTF head scratching moments then you can’t go wrong with this film.


And then you have one more review even more positive.

Novice director Adam Randall did an excellent job behind the camera and in directing his cast. All casting and performances were spot-on, with the exception of Helen Hunt, who seemed spaced-put and truly on all those pills she was popping. The score was perfection, creating the perfect tension and suspense. This film was actor Devon Graye’s first screenplay, and he hit it out of the ballpark. Some of the twists were certainly over the top and there were some plot and technical issues, but for an amateur screenwriter, he did better than some recent seasoned writers’ films I’ve seen lately. In comparison, his writing was genius. The 96 min runtime was perfect, but I felt the start was too slow and the ending too fast. I would’ve liked to have seen more even pacing. Nevertheless, I really enjoyed it and my head is still spinning from the plot twists. I’m definitely going to see it again. A well deserved 9/10 from me


So, what do you say? Are you ready to stream the movie on Netflix, or do you want to watch the trailer first? If you haven’t seen the trailer of I See You yet, take a look at the trailer right now.

Please share your thoughts with me

Have you seen I See You? Did you enjoy the movie? Please write a comment and share your thoughts with me. If you have further comments or questions related to streaming the movie, please let me know. I always try to answer any Netflix and VPN related question as quickly as possible.

Enjoy the movie!

What is the price of a Netflix subscription in Australia?

Are the prices for a Netflix subscription universal? Or do the people in Australia pay more or maybe less than the people in the United States? What is the price of a Netflix subscription in Australia?

During a recent Netflix price comparison, it was easy to discover that the prices of the different Netflix subscriptions vary a lot between the different nations. So, what is the price of a Netflix subscription in Australia?

What is the price of a Netflix subscription in Australia?
How much do Aussies pay for the Netflix subscription?

The price of a Netflix subscription in Australia

The current prices of a Netflix subscription in Australia are:

  • Netflix Basic package: 9,99AUD
  • Netflix Standard package: 13.99AUD
  • Netflix Premium package: 19,99AUD

As you have noticed, those are the prices in Australian Dollars. How much is that in USD? Here you have your answer.

  • Netflix Basic package: $6.63
  • Netflix Standard package: $9.29
  • Netflix Premium package: $13,28

The numbers might not mean a lot to you, but if you compare the prices with those of other countries, you will notice that Netflix in Australia is cheaper than in the United States, in most EU countries, and it is almost half the price of what they pay in Switzerland.

In other words, Netflix can be considered a fairly cheap source of entertainment in Australia. It is also worth noticing that Australian Netflix gives you access to quite a lot of awesome movies and great TV shows that you cannot watch elsewhere. For example, the popular DC Comics movie named Shazam can be streamed on Netflix in Australia (as the only Netflix country offering this movie currently).

You can also find a lot of Australian movies and TV shows, making it ideal both for local content and for popular Hollywood movies and blockbusters.

Take a look around here at netflix.fromabroad.org to find inspiration and information on how to access Netflix content in different countries. You can also learn about new movies released on Netflix, and from time to time reviews and other Netflix related material.

Best way to watch Netflix in Australia!

Australia is one of those nations without Netflix, but still there are hundreds of thousands of Netflix users active in the nation. What are they doing to be able to watch Netflix in Australia? Do you want to watch Netflix in Australia as well?

Watch Netflix in Australia
Watch Netflix in Australia

As you might know Netflix is available in certain nations in Europe and in some American nations. That is why you will need to get yourself an IP address in one such nation to be able to watch Netflix in Australia. That might see very hard and complicated, but luckily it is incredibly easy, meaning that anyone who can read and has five minutes available can start watching Netflix in Australia.

Watch Netflix in Australia

As you want to watch Netflix in Australia you only need to sign up for the services of a VPN provider. There are lots of good VPN providers for this purpose, but one that can be recommended is HideMyAss. I prefer them personally because they have the very best refund policy, something that gives a lot more security before signing up and meaning that there is absolutely no risk in signing up. If you are not satisfied, then simply ask for your money back, but I do believe that you will be satisfied and then there will be no need for asking for a refund.

I have written a new article on how to access Netflix in Australia while abroad. Please read that article. If you want to access any other Netflix region or maybe watch US Netflix when in Australia, click that link.

What is great with HideMyAss is that they have servers not only in the United States, but also in Canada, in Ireland, in the United Kingdom, in Norway, in Sweden, in Germany, in Austria and lots of other nations, and thus you can connect to any server in one of these nations, and then you can sign up for the free 30-day trial for Netflix. Later you can also change between servers in the different nations to be able to watch UK Netflix, US Netflix and so on with one single Netflix subscription. To know more about HideMyAss, read the brand new HideMyAss review published in the IP Address Guide.

This post has been published in the Netflix in Asia category… Sorry about that, as I do know that Australia is not located in Asia, but since we did not really have a category for Netflix in Oceania, I decided to add it to the Asia category instead. No hard feelings for that, hopefully!

If you have tried this, please write a comment to share your experience, and if you have further insight on the subject of watching Netflix in Australia, I would love to hear from you!