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Movie theaters are slowly reopening, but most of the new releases are headed to streaming services rather than the big screen. Whether you’re staying at home to limit potential risks, or just saving a few bucks by watching from the couch, we’ve organized a huge list with many of the newly added films and some upcoming titles.
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The major lineup of Halloween movies came earlier this month, but that doesn’t mean we’re done with the theme. If you’re looking for something to put in front of the kids, The Whitches is an obvious choice and features Anne Hathaway and Stanley Tucci. On the other hand, if you’re ready for something considerably more graphic, but still funny, Scare Package is a comedy anthology of seven horror stories as told by a video store clerk. Also keep an eye out for The Craft: Legacy coming out in just a few days.
Holiday hijinks aren’t limited to the ghosts and gouls, it’s evidently time to start preparing for the next major (US) holiday. Friendsgiving brings together a big cast of famous faces like Malin Akerman, Cat Dennings, Aisha Tyler, and others for an absurd Thanksgiving feast.
If you want drama without the laughs, it looks like After We Collided might be a great choice. It’s the sequel to After and it looks like an intense and sexy love story.
And speaking of sequels, it’s time to prove old franchises never die with Tremors: Shrieker Island, which somehow convinced Jon Heder to show up. Hey, it looks like it’ll be awful in the funny way, and there’s a ton of YouTube marketing for it.
There are plenty of other movies to check out from the list, and it’s hard to pin down all of the virtues of each, but I would recommend checking out the previews for Monochrome: The Chromism and Rebecca.
And finally, if the current US election cycle has left you feeling drained, disappointed, despondent, or — idk, some other word starting with ‘d’ — and you want to reminisce for the days when things weren’t drowning in chaos, take a look at the documentary The Way I See It. It features the photographer that covered former presidents Bush and Obama and his insights about how things have changed.
Oh, and now that theaters are getting first run movies every week, I’m adding a section at the bottom for new titles that are hitting only the big screen. I’ll keep it to just the last two weeks so as to keep the list a little more maintained. You can find them at the very bottom, after the section for upcoming titles.
Adventure, Comedy, Family | Streaming: October 22 | IMDb
Starring: Anne Hathaway, Octavia Spencer, Stanley Tucci
Based on Roald Dahl’s 1983 classic book ‘The Witches’, the story tells the scary, funny and imaginative tale of a seven year old boy who has a run in with some real life witches!
The Shade Shepherd
Adventure, Drama, Thriller | Streaming: October 9 | IMDb
Starring: Randy Spence, Jordon Hodges, Caroline Newton, Chris Faulisi, Brett Baker
Indiana 1987. Charged with a murder he can’t remember, in the midst of heroin withdrawal, Pike Ables must make a decision now: Go to jail, or flee the country! His only hope, his younger brother Jack, a soon-to-be father and respected doctor. With no food, drugs or weapons, the brothers embark on a journey that will test the meaning of love, family, forgiveness and life or death. Sometimes things aren’t what they seem as the brothers must navigate out of the darkness, into the light and escape before they are caught and someone else dies.
Horror, Comedy | Streaming: October 20 | IMDb
Starring: Jeremy King, Noah Segan, Toni Trucks, Chase Williamson, Baron Vaughn
Chad Buckley is a lonely Horror aficionado, spending his days overseeing a struggling video store and arguing with his only customer, Sam. When an unsuspecting job applicant arrives, Chad sets out to teach him the rules of Horror.
Comedy, Drama | Streaming: October 23 | IMDb
Starring: Malin Akerman, Kat Dennings, Aisha Tyler, Ben Stiller, Christine Taylor, Margaret Cho, Nicol Paone, Jane Seymour, Deon Cole
Abby is looking forward to a laid-back Thanksgiving with her best friend Molly. But the friends’ plans for a quiet turkey dinner go up in smoke when they’re joined by Molly’s new boyfriend and her flamboyant mother. Throw in some party crashers including Molly’s old flame, a wannabe shaman, and a trio of Fairy Gay Mothers, and it’s a recipe for a comically chaotic holiday no one will ever forget—even if they wanted to!
After We Collided
Drama, Romance | Streaming: October 23 | IMDb
Starring: Josephine Langford, Hero Fiennes Tiffin, Louise Lombard
A college student’s relationship with a troubled youth gets put to the test when she meets another man who’s attracted to her.
The Place of No Words
Fantasy | Streaming: October 23 | IMDb
Starring: Bodhi Palmer, Mark Webber, Teresa Palmer, Nicole Elizabeth Berger
Bodhi Palmer sets a real family on an imaginative adventure that explores how we cope with dying and the love, laughter, and pain we can find within it. Bodhi gives a rare tour de force performance while starring alongside his actual mother and father (Mark Webber and Teresa Palmer). Told through both the eyes of a father and his young son the story moves between the authentic real world and a fantasy realm filled with mythical creatures and circumstances.
Monochrome: The Chromism
Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi | Streaming: October 17 | Theaters: DVD also available at monochromeworld.com | IMDb
Starring: Joshua Bangle, Cat Merritt, Ryan Barnes
Traded and sold like currency, the outcast people known as ‘Hues’, are hunted down after turning color in a black and white world.
Drama, Mystery, Romance | Streaming: October 21 | IMDb
Starring: Lily James, Armie Hammer, Keeley Hawes
A young newlywed arrives at her husband’s imposing family estate on a windswept English coast and finds herself battling the shadow of his first wife, Rebecca, whose legacy lives on in the house long after her death.
Drama, Romance, Thriller | Streaming: October 20 | IMDb
Starring: Adel Darwish, Nathalie Williamsdotter, Ahmad Fadel
‘Ghadbe’ follows a Syrian refugee during the summer of the 2015 migration as he falls in love with a majestic forest in Sweden and a mysterious local woman living on its border.
Tremors: Shrieker Island
Action & Adventure, Thriller, Horror | Streaming: October 22 | IMDb
Starring: Jackie Cruz, Jon Heder, Michael Gross
When a group of wealthy trophy hunters genetically modify Graboid eggs to create the ultimate hunting experience, it isn’t long before their prey escapes the confines of their small island and begin terrorizing the inhabitants of a nearby island research facility. The head of the research facility and her second-in-command Jimmy (Jon Heder) locate the one man who is an expert in killing Graboids: the one and only, and now reluctant, Burt Gummer (Michael Gross). Once on board, Burt leads the group in an all-out war against the larger, faster, and terrifyingly intelligent Graboids and the swiftly multiplying Shriekers!
Tales from the Hood 3
Horror | Streaming: October 6 | IMDb
Starring: Patrick Abellard, Frederick Allen, Djouliet Amara
Academy Award-winning director Spike Lee executive produces with writers/directors/producers Rusty Cundieff and Darin Scott in this next installment of the ground-breaking original Tales from the Hood. Following the franchise’s cult classic roots, this all-new anthology, which features Tony Todd and Lynn Whitfield, is four terrifying tales that will scare and thrill audiences with its horrifying twists and social commentary.
The Way I See It
Documentary | Streaming: October 23 | Theaters: September 18 | IMDb
Starring: Doris Kearns Goodwin, Samantha Power, Pete Souza
Former Chief Official White House Photographer Pete Souza’s journey as a person with top secret clearance and total access to the President.
Love And Monsters
Adventure, Comedy | Streaming: October 16 | IMDb
Starring: Dylan O’Brien, Jessica Henwick, Michael Rooker
Seven years after the Monsterpocalypse, Joel Dawson, along with the rest of humanity, has been living underground ever since giant creatures took control of the land. After reconnecting over the radio with his high school girlfriend, Aimee, who is now 80 miles away at a coastal colony, Joel begins to fall for her again. As Joel realizes that there’s nothing left for him underground, he decides to venture out to Aimee, despite all the dangerous monsters that stand in his way.
The Opening Act
Comedy | Streaming: October 16 | IMDb
Starring: Jimmy O. Yang, Alex Moffat, Cedric The Entertainer, Neal Brennan, Debby Ryan, Ken Jeong, Bill Burr, Whitney Cummings, Jermaine Fowler, Russell Peters, Tom Segura, Iliza Shlesinger
Will Chu has it all – the job, the girl – but what’s missing is his true passion in life, to become a stand-up comedian. When he gets the opportunity he’s been waiting for, the emcee slot on the road opening for his hero Billy G., the realities of life on the stage come crashing in. Between relentless hecklers, drunk comedy groupies and hard-to-impress morning radio DJs, things get off to a rough start. Even if he can take the opportunity to learn from his idols and overcome the challenges, Will still needs to decide if he should continue with the life he has, or pursue the one he has always dreamt of – the life of a comedian.
Horror, Thriller | Streaming: October 16 | IMDb
Starring: Donald Sutherland, Tyler Posey, Robert Ri’chard
When an outbreak hits, Aidan barricades himself inside his apartment and starts rationing food. His complex is overrun by infected Screamers, and with the world falling apart into chaos, he is left completely alone fighting for his life.
Cody’s Review: If romantic comedies are called RomComs, would we call this a RomHor? Nah, let’s not make that a thing. Alone may technically be horror, but that’s not how it feels. There’s definitely a nervous energy, but it’s often cut by the friendly and funny interactions between our lonely characters. It’s like the feel-good version of the zombie appocalypse. Just be prepared to suspend your belief as the characters routinely do stupid things and occasionally miss obvious clues. Tyler Posey (Teen Wolf) is a bit stiff in his performance, but you can get over it after the first few minutes. Meanwhile, Donald Sutherlin’s limited time on screen comes in the form of an almost oscar-worthy performance filled with a wonderful ‘old man’ quirkiness and charm. I can’t say Alone is a must-see, but I liked it and would recommend it anybody that’s not touchy about zombie chase scenes and pandemic-enduced loneliness. You’ll find it easy to nit-pick little mistakes and the slightly restrictive budget, but the story is endearing and kinda funny in unexpected ways.
Drama, Music | Streaming: October 16 | IMDb
Starring: Fin Argus, Sabrina Carpenter, Madison Iseman
In an inspiring true story, young musician Zach Sobiech discovers his cancer has spread, leaving him just a few months to live. With limited time, he follows his dream and makes an album, unaware that it will soon be a viral music phenomenon. In the end, music gives Zach’s life new meaning and helps him find the perfect way to say goodbye…with a song that will be heard all around the world.
The Devil Has a Name
Drama | Streaming: October 16 | IMDb
Starring: Kate Bosworth, Martin Sheen, Edward James Olmos, Katie Aselton, Haley Joel Osment, Alfred Molina, David Strathairn
A psychotic oil matriarch leaves the whole industry exposed when she attempts to outfight a bullish farmer whose water has been poisoned.
Action, Thriller | Streaming: October 13 | IMDb
Starring: Scott Adkins, Mario Van Peebles, Karlee Perez
Hiding out with his son Taylor on the Mexican coast, Nero (Scott Adkins, Doctor Strange) hopes to put his violent Special Forces career behind him. But after Nero’s home is attacked and Taylor is abducted, the mysterious Mzamo (Mario Van Peebles, Heartbreak Ridge) orders Nero to slaughter the members of three rival crime syndicates. If he fails, Taylor will die. With bullets ﬂying and bodies dropping, Nero must now complete his mission ― and ﬁnd Mzamoʼs hideout, to exact his revenge.
Crime, Drama | Streaming: October 16 | Theaters: September 25 | IMDb
Starring: Evan Rachel Wood, Mark Ivanir, Gina Rodriguez
Two con artists have spent 26 years training their only daughter to swindle, scam and steal at every turn. During a desperate and hastily conceived heist, they charm a stranger into joining them, only to have their entire world turned upside down.
Don’t Look Back
Horror, Mystery, Thriller | Streaming: October 16 | IMDb
Starring: Kourtney Bell, Will Stout, Skyler Hart
When a young woman overcoming her traumatic past is among several witnesses who see a man fatally assaulted and don’t intervene, they find themselves targeted by someone, or something, out for revenge.
The Trial of the Chicago 7
Drama, History, Thriller | Streaming: October 16 | IMDb
Starring: Sacha Baron Cohen, Eddie Redmayne, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II
What was supposed to be a peaceful protest turned into a violent clash with the police. What followed was one of the most notorious trials in history.
Fantasy, Horror, Thriller | Streaming: October 13 | IMDb
Starring: Jonathan Lipnicki, Avery Konrad, Timothy V. Murphy
After troubled 17-year-old Chance goes to live at her draconian grandfather’s estate, she uncovers a dangerous family secret. Her only hope for survival may come from a killer-for-hire who has a fortuitous stroke of culinary genius.
Monster Force Zero
Sci-Fi | Streaming: October 13 | IMDb
Starring: Pat Tanaka, Nathan Letteer, Garret Wang, Heath C. Heine
Ancient Aliens endow Calvin ‘A.I.’ Cashill and his local cos-play pals with their characters’ superpowers to save the multiverse from total annihilation.
The Wall of Mexico
Comedy, Drama | Streaming: October 13 | IMDb
Starring: Jackson Rathbone, Esai Morales, Marisol Sacramento
A wealthy Mexican-American family decides to build a wall around their ranch to stop townspeople from stealing their well water, which is rumored to have unusual properties.
Totally Under Control
Documentary | Streaming: October 13 | IMDb
Starring: Kathleen Sebelius, Taison Bell, Rick Bright
An in-depth look at how the United States government handled the response to the COVID-19 outbreak during the early months of the pandemic.
Documentary | Streaming: October 16 | IMDb
Starring: Agnes Gund, Thelma Golden, John Waters
An exploration of the nexus of art, race and justice through the story of art collector Agnes Gund who sold Roy Lichtenstein’s painting ‘Masterpiece’ in 2017 for $165 million to start the Art for Justice Fund to end mass incarceration.
Documentary | Streaming: October 13 | IMDb
What do a farmer in Kansas, a laid-off factory worker in Ohio, and an Uber driver in Florida have in common? All three are resourceful, positive thinkers who strive to adapt and thrive despite dehumanizing forces at play in the American economy. As the film’s heroes face these roadblocks with courage, certain ideals remain sacred: family, love, and staying strong in the face of adversity. Lush cinematography galvanizes a sense of place and, as the narrative unfolds, the intimacy with the characters results in an emotionally rich observational drama. Ultimately, ‘The Disrupted’ reveals a collective American experience of financial challenge, family resilience, and the quest for the purpose and dignity of work.
The Great American Lie
Documentary | Streaming: October 2 | IMDb
Starring: Saru Jayaraman, Ruby De Tie, Zach Norris, Scott Seitz
The Great American Lie examines the roots of systemic inequalities through a unique gender lens. With America facing widening economic inequality and stagnant social mobility, this film takes audiences on an empathy journey, inspiring a path forward.
Comedy, Mystery | Streaming: October 7 | IMDb
Starring: Peyton List, Adam Sandler, Julie Bowen
Despite his devotion to his hometown of Salem (and its Halloween celebration), Hubie Dubois is a figure of mockery for kids and adults alike. But this year, something is going bump in the night, and it’s up to Hubie to save Halloween.
Comedy, Fantasy, Sci-Fi | Streaming: October 6 | IMDb
Starring: Katherine Langford, Piper Perabo, Charlie Plummer
Get ready for the outrageous coming-of-age love story about growing up…and blowing up. When students in their school begin exploding (literally), seniors Mara and Dylan struggle to survive in a world where each moment may be their last.
The War with Grandpa
Comedy, Drama, Family | Streaming: October 9 (maybe later?) | IMDb
Starring: Robert De Niro, Uma Thurman, Rob Riggle
Peter and his grandpa used to be very close, but when Grandpa Jack moves in with the family, Peter is forced to give up his most prized possession: his bedroom. Peter will stop at nothing to get his room back, scheming with friends to devise a series of pranks to drive him out. However, grandpa doesn’t give up easily, and it turns into an all-out war between the two.
American Pie Presents: Girls’ Rules
Comedy | Streaming: October 6 | IMDb
Starring: Madison Pettis, Lizze Broadway, Natasha Behnam
It’s Senior year at East Great Falls. Annie, Kayla, Michelle, and Stephanie decide to harness their girl power and band together to get what they want their last year of high school.
Action, Comedy, Horror | Streaming: October 6 | IMDb
Starring: Maaike Neuville, Bart Hollanders, Benjamin Ramon
A young couple travels to a shady Eastern European hospital for plastic surgery. The young woman wants a breast reduction. Her mother comes along for yet another face-lift. Wandering through an abandoned ward the boyfriend stumbles upon a young woman, gagged and strapped to an operating table; she’s the result of experimental rejuvenation treatment. He frees her but doesn’t realize she’s patient zero and he just caused the outbreak of a virus that will change the doctors, patients, and his mother-in-law into bloodthirsty zombies.
Comedy | Streaming: October 6 | Theaters: October 6 | IMDb
Starring: Emily Campbell, Michael Hurst, Tomai Ihaia
Marbles, a hapless stoner, can see ghosts. Tagg, a recently dead wannabe super-cop, needs to find a serial killer. Can a critical ghost cop and a directionless stoner get over their prejudices and work together to save lives – and deaths?
The Wolf of Snow Hollow
Comedy, Horror, Thriller | Streaming: October 9 | IMDb
Starring: Jim Cummings, Riki Lindhome, Robert Forster
Terror grips a small mountain town as bodies are discovered after each full moon. Losing sleep, raising a teenage daughter, and caring for his ailing father, officer Marshall struggles to remind himself there’s no such thing as werewolves.
Drama, Horror, Mystery | Streaming: October 6 | IMDb
Starring: Peter Sarsgaard, Joey King, Cas Anvar
A father and daughter are on their way to dance camp when they spot the girl’s best friend on the side of the road. When they stop to offer the friend a ride, their good intentions soon result in terrible consequences.
The Devil to Pay
Thriller | Streaming: October 6 | IMDb
Starring: Danielle Deadwyler, Catherine Dyer, Jayson Warner Smith
After the disappearance of her husband, a struggling farmer in an isolated Appalachian community fights to save her son when the cold-hearted matriarch of the oldest family on the mountain demands payment of a debt that could destroy a decade’s old truce.
Action, Thriller | Streaming: October 9 | IMDb
Starring: Ruby Rose, Jean Reno, Aksel Hennie
In this punishing action – thriller starring Ruby Rose ( John Wick: Chapter 2), a former Marine turned doorman at a luxury New York City high-rise must outsmart and battle a group of art thieves and their ruthless leader (Jean Reno, Léon: The Professional ) while struggling to protect her sister’s family. As the thieves become in creasingly desperate and violent, the doorman calls upon her deadly fighting skills to end the showdown.
Cody’s Review: Tell me if this sounds familiar… A team of dangerous thieves take over a mostly-empty building and take the remaining inhabitants hostage while they work on stealing a fortune, meanwhile a lone hero is accidentally trapped in the same building and sneaks around picking off the bad guys one-by-one. That’s the 1988 classic Die Hard, right? Yes, but it also describes The Doorman. You can find lots of other similarities, even including many of the same antics and plot events, but that all actually serves to make this rendition of the formula a bit more enjoyable. The Doorman doesn’t rise anywhere near the level of a ‘must-see,’ but it stands up well to scrutiny as a ‘why not.’ The cast delivers decent performances, but they lack the characters and gravitas to be as memorable as a John McClane or Hans Gruber. Nevertheless, given the low bar set throughout 2020, it’s quite possible this is the best action movie I’ve seen so far. There’s nothing new or revolutionary here, but if you’ve watched Die Hard too many times (is that possible?) and want to mix things up without changing lanes, The Doorman is a worthy distraction.
From The Vine
Drama | Streaming: October 9 | IMDb
Starring: Joe Pantoliano, Paula Brancati, Marco Leonardi
A downtrodden man experiences an ethical crisis and travels back to his hometown in rural Italy to recalibrate his moral compass. There he finds new purpose in reviving his grandfather’s old vineyard, offering the small town of Acerenza a sustainable future, and reconnecting with his estranged family in the process.
Ms. White Light
Drama | Streaming: October 6 | IMDb
Starring: Roberta Colindrez, Zachary Spicer, John Ortiz
Ms. White Light is the story of Lex Cordova, a young woman who counsels terminally ill clients that have trouble letting go. While proving uniquely talented in her ability to connect with the dying, Lex is at a total loss when it comes to dealing with everyone else. When Valerie, a sharp-tongued free spirit who simply has no time for her own mortality, refuses to play by Lex’s rules, Lex is forced to question her own decisions, and must decide if the business of dying is truly worth it…even at the cost of living her life.
Fly Like A Girl
Documentary | Streaming: October 9 | IMDb
Starring: Taylor Richardson, Tammy Duckworth, Nicole Stott
Follows women who dared to aim higher from Lego-loving young girls who includes female pilots in her toy airplanes, to a courageous women who helped lead shuttle missions to space.
Documentary | Streaming: October 6 | IMDb
Starring: Austen Eleanore Rachlis
Filmmaker Austen Rachlis profiles women authors who became famous after self-publishing their erotic romance novels.
Documentary | Streaming: October 6 | IMDb
Starring: Zachary Capp, Larry Lang, Gene Simmons
An aging chef from Minnesota has his life turned upside down when a relentless filmmaker from Las Vegas tries to make the chef’s onion rings world famous.
Horror | Streaming: July 23 (It’s not new, but let’s bring it back for Halloween) | IMDb
Starring: Carla Juri, Alec Secareanu, Imelda Staunton
An ex-soldier, living homeless in London, is offered a place to stay at a decaying house inhabited by a young woman and her dying mother. As he starts to fall for her, he cannot ignore his suspicion that something sinister is going on.
Then Came You
Comedy, Romance | Streaming: October 2 | IMDb
Starring: Kathie Lee Gifford, Craig Ferguson, Ford Kiernan, Elizabeth Hurley
A lonely widow plans a trip around the world with her husband’s ashes, to visit the places they loved in the movies. The first stop on the journey changes her life forever.
Sci-Fi, Thriller | Streaming: October 2 | IMDb
Starring: Kodi Smit-McPhee, Ryan Kwanten, Leeanna Walsman
By the year 2067, Earth has been ravaged by climate change and humanity is forced to live on artificial oxygen. An illness caused by the synthetic O2 is killing the worlds’ population and the only hope for a cure comes in the form of a message from the future: “Send Ethan Whyte”. Ethan, an underground tunnel worker, is suddenly thrust into a terrifying new world full of unknown danger as he must fight to save the human race.
Death of Me
Horror | Streaming: October 2 | IMDb
Starring: Maggie Q, Luke Hemsworth, Alex Essoe
A vacationing couple must discover the mystery behind a strange video that shows one of them killing the other.
The Great American Lie
Documentary | Streaming: October 2 | IMDb
Starring: Nicholas Kristof, Linda Darling-Hammond, Libby Schaaf
The Great American Lie examines the roots of systemic inequalities through a unique gender lens. With America facing widening economic inequality and stagnant social mobility, this film takes audiences on an empathy journey, inspiring a path forward.
Biography, Drama, History | Streaming: September 30 | IMDb
Starring: Julianne Moore, Alicia Vikander, Janelle Monáe
The story of feminist icon Gloria Steinem’s itinerant childhood’s influence on her life as a writer, activist and organizer for women’s rights worldwide.
The Boys in the Band
Drama | Streaming: September 30 | IMDb
Starring: Jim Parsons, Zachary Quinto, Matt Bomer
At a birthday party in 1968 New York, a surprise guest and a drunken game leave seven gay friends reckoning with unspoken feelings and buried truths.
Welcome to Sudden Death
Action, Comedy | Streaming: September 29 | IMDb
Starring: Michael Jai White, Michael Eklund, Sabryn Rock
A security guard battles a group of tech-savvy terrorists after they take hostages inside a basketball arena.
Drama | Streaming: September 29 | IMDb
Starring: Katie Kelly, Paola Andino, Michael Lombardi
Sixteen year old honor students Kristen and Hannah are popular, smart and addicted to heroin. The unlikely pair spiral down a path of destruction hiding their secret from well-meaning but busy adults behind pink bedrooms and school uniforms.
Comedy, Drama, Sci-Fi | Streaming: September 29 | IMDb
Starring: Jimi Jackson, Thomas Sainsbury, JoJo Waaka
Life was pretty normal for Riko until two aliens crash land near his house. He welcomes the aliens and develops an epic relationship.
She’s In Portland
Comedy, Drama | Streaming: September 26 | IMDb
Starring: Tommy Dewey, Ricco Ross, Minka Kelly
Hoping to reconnect with his disillusioned college buddy, a 30-something businessman drags him along on a road trip to find ‘the one that got away.’
Lost Girls and Love Hotels
Drama, Thriller | Streaming: September 18 | IMDb
Starring: Alexandra Daddario, Takehiro Hira, Carice van Houten
Haunted by her past, an English teacher explores love and dust with a dashing yakuza gangster in Tokyo.
12 Hour Shift
Comedy, Horror, Thriller | Streaming: October 2 | IMDb
Starring: Angela Bettis, David Arquette, Chloe Farnworth
Bodies start to pile up when a drug-user nurse and her cousin try to find a replacement kidney for an organ trafficker.
Rogue Warfare: Death of a Nation
Action, War | Streaming: September 25 | IMDb
Starring: Will Yun Lee, Jermaine Love, Rory Markham, Bertrand-Xavier Corbi, Katie Keene, Fernando Chien, Gina Decesare
Stephen Lang returns for the final chapter in the action-packed trilogy. When an elite team of soldiers uncover plans for a deadly bomb set to detonate in 36 hours, they must race against time to find it and defeat their enemy once and for all.
Thriller, Sci Fi | Streaming: September 25 | IMDb
Starring: Jessica Chastain, John Malkovich, Common, Geena Davis, Ioan Gruffudd, Colin Farrell
Ava is a deadly assassin who works for a black ops organization, traveling the globe specializing in high profile hits. When a job goes dangerously wrong she is forced to fight for her own survival.
Drama, Comedy, History | Streaming: September 25 | IMDb
Starring: Keira Knightley, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Jessie Buckley
A team of women hatches a plan to disrupt the 1970 Miss World beauty competition in London.
Adventure, Crime, Drama | Streaming: September 23 | IMDb
Starring: Millie Bobby Brown, Henry Cavill, Sam Claflin, Helena Bonham Carter
When Enola Holmes-Sherlock’s teen sister-discovers her mother missing, she sets off to find her, becoming a super-sleuth in her own right as she outwits her famous brother and unravels a dangerous conspiracy around a mysterious young Lord.
Drama, Sci-Fi | Streaming: September 25 | IMDb
Starring: James D’Arcy, Gina McKee, Delroy Lindo
A terminally ill man tries to secure the future of his family in a world where the toxicity of the sun forces people to stay inside during the daytime.
Jay Sebring….Cutting To The Truth
Biography | Streaming: September 22 | IMDb
Starring: Steve Allen, Paul Anka, Michael Baden, Jay Sebring
The life of artist, designer, and entrepreneur Jay Sebring, who was murdered alongside Sharon Tate by followers of Charles Manson.
Stuntwomen: The Untold Hollywood Story
Documentary | Streaming: September 22 | IMDb
Starring: Michelle Jubilee Gonzalez, Michelle Rodriguez, Paul Feig
STUNTWOMEN: THE UNTOLD HOLLYWOOD STORY is the inspiring untold story about the unsung professionals, their struggles on screen to perform at the highest level, and their fight off-screen to be treated fairly and equally. The movie takes us behind-the-scenes and introduces us to the female stunt performers who drive the action and thrills of Hollywood’s biggest blockbuster movies from the silent age of cinema to present day.
Red Shoes and the Seven Dwarfs
Animation, Action, Adventure | Streaming: September 18 | IMDb
Starring: Chloë Grace Moretz, Sam Claflin, Gina Gershon
Princes who have been turned into Dwarfs seek the red shoes of a lady in order to break the spell, although it will not be easy. A parody with a twist.
Drama | Streaming: September 18 | IMDb
Starring: Susan Sarandon, Kate Winslet, Sam Neill, Mia Wasikowska
Lily and Paul summon their loved ones to their beach house for one final gathering before Lily decides to end her long battle with ALS. The couple is planning a loving weekend complete with holiday traditions, but the mood becomes strained when unresolved issues surface between Lily and her daughters Jennifer and Anna.
Horror, Mystery, Thriller | Streaming: September 18 | IMDb
Starring: Janelle Monáe, Eric Lange, Jena Malone
Successful author Veronica Henley finds herself trapped in a horrifying reality that forces her to confront the past, present and future — before it’s too late.
Horror, Thriller | Streaming: September 18 | IMDb
Starring: Keegan Allen, Holland Roden, Denzel Whitaker, Ronen Rubinstein, Pasha Lynchnikoff, George Janko, Siya
A social media star travels with his friends to Moscow to capture new content for his successful VLOG. Always pushing the limits and catering to a growing audience, he and his friends enter a cold world of mystery, excess and danger. As the line between real life and social media is blurred, the group must fight to escape, and survive.
Thriller | Streaming: September 18 | IMDb
Starring: Jules Willcox, Marc Menchaca, Anthony Heald
A recently widowed traveler is kidnapped by a cold blooded killer, only to escape into the wilderness where she is forced to battle against the elements as her pursuer closes in on her.
Horror, Thriller | Streaming: September 18 | IMDb
Starring: Thomas Cocquerel, Camille Stopps, Angus Macfadyen
A severely injured man and woman awake in an abandoned sanitarium only to discover that a sadistic caretaker holds the keys to their freedom and the horrific answers as to their real identity.
H is for Happiness
Comedy, Drama, Family | Streaming: September 18 | IMDb
Starring: Miriam Margolyes, Daisy Axon, Alessandra Tognini
A twelve year old girl with boundless optimism and a unique view of the world, is inspired by the strange new boy at school and sets out to mend her broken family – whatever it takes.
Horror | Streaming: September 15 | IMDb
Starring: Jenna Burd, Kelly Savanna Deaton, Chris Leary
Four people enter a corn maze for Halloween and are picked off one by one by the twisted family who own the scare attraction.
Cody’s Review: File this in the category: It’s so bad, it’s good. Look, there’s no point pulling punches, Fear PHarm is objectively bad — but it’s also weirdly fun. If you care about movies, you might be driven nuts by the weak acting, inconsistent pacing, frequent continuity and editing mistakes, and the dialog… omg, the dialog can get pretty bad. However, there are some delightfully self-aware moments that left me wondering if the filmmakers were budding geniuses or just some occasionally lucky idiots. Honestly, I think this would have made an incredible episode of Tales from the Crypt, which would work great if they cut all of the excess establishing shots from the 77 minute runtime. Regardless, if you can deal with or enjoy all of the B movie staples (i.e. countless eye-rolling moments, lots of stolen horror and slasher tropes, and a criminal abuse of the Chekhov’s Gun principle), this actually might be worth watching. It’s almost worth it just for the chainsaw guy’s dialog, which is absolutely artful.
The Devil All the Time
Crime, Drama, Thriller | Streaming: September 16 | IMDb
Starring: Robert Pattinson, Tom Holland, Bill Skarsgård
Sinister characters converge around a young man devoted to protecting those he loves in a postwar backwoods town teeming with corruption and brutality.
One Hour Outcall
Drama | Streaming: September 15 | IMDb
Starring: Natalia Ochoa, William Norrett, Kristin Carey
A middle-aged man’s interludes with a high-class escort force him to confront his relationship with his family and his own demons.
Drama, Crime, Thriller | Streaming: September 6 | IMDb
Starring: Johnny Whitworth, Zazie Beetz, Afton Williamson
A New York journalist who gets assigned the story of a missing African-American young girl, risks his career and takes the matter into his own hands trying to find her.
Thriller | Streaming: September 11 | IMDb
Starring: Tony Todd, Dylan Baker, Samm Levine
Thrown into the face of death only to emerge unharmed, the characters of Immortal are left staring at eternity in the face with uncertainty and fear like they’ve never imagined. The film follows Chelsea, a high school track star who comes clean about sexual misconduct with her coach only to find out her confession might be too late, Gary and Vanessa, a young, expecting married couple who scheme a morbid solution to their financial issues, Ted, a man filled with sorrow who agrees to euthanize his cancer-ridden wife Mary, and Warren, a young man with little direction in life who is forced to discover his new gifts after a tragic accident.
September 10 | Comedy, Drama | IMDb
Starring: Giancarlo Esposito, Haley Lu Richardson, Mary McCormack
A 17-year old Missouri teen named Veronica discovers she has gotten pregnant, a development that threatens to end her dreams of matriculating at an Ivy League college, and the career that will follow.
I Am Woman
September 11 | Biography, Drama, Music | IMDb
Starring: Evan Peters, Tilda Cobham-Hervey, Danielle Macdonald
In 1966, single mother Helen Reddy (Tilda Cobham-Hervey) leaves her old life in Australia for New York and stardom, only to find that the industry’s male gatekeepers don’t take her seriously. Helen finds an encouraging friend in legendary rock journalist Lillian Roxon (Danielle Macdonald), who becomes her closest confidant. When ambitious aspiring talent manager Jeff Wald (Evan Peters) sweeps Helen off her feet, everything changes as he becomes both her husband and manager and relocates the family to California. With a strong push from Helen, Jeff secures her a recording contract and subsequent string of hit singles, including the iconic megahit ‘I Am Woman.’ Increased fame leads to added pressures on themselves and their relationship, forcing Helen to find the strength to take control of her own destiny. I Am Woman is the inspiring story of singer Helen Reddy, who wrote and sang the song ‘I Am Woman’ that became the anthem for the women’s movement in the 1970s. The film is a story of fearless ambition and passion, of a woman who smashed through the patriarchal norms of her time to become an international singing superstar.
September 11 | Animation, Adventure, Comedy | IMDb
Starring: Natalie Dormer, Eddie Marsan, Jeff Burrell
When Roger (a Robin Hood-esque, stray dog) and Belle (an elegant yet spoilt pet cat) are thrown together amidst the chaos of a robot take-over of their home city, they must push all their preconceptions aside in order to survive, as they embark on a high-stakes, action-packed adventure.
September 11 | Animation, Adventure, Family | IMDb
Starring: Alexandra Neldel, Axel Prahl, Sylvain Urban
Marnie, a pampered house cat, trades a life of luxury for a new adventure as a private eye. With help from new friends and her favorite detective TV shows, Marnie sets out to solve a mystery and prove she’s more than just a house cat.
September 8 | Thriller | IMDb
Starring: Celeste M Cooper, Sean Patrick Leonard, Michael B. Woods
A woman hiking through an isolated trail runs into trouble when her pack is hijacked by two men hiding out in the woods, desperate and on the run. Now, stranded and left to fend for herself, she has a choice: crawl back to her normal life in defeat, or push forward and take back what was stolen from her.
September 11 | Thriller | IMDb
Starring: Wil Wheaton, Brian Landis Folkins, Amy Rutledge
Set in 1990, a lonely bachelor named David (Brian Landis Folkins) searches for an escape from the day-to-day drudgery of caring for his aging mother (Kathleen Brady). While seeking a partner through a video dating service, he discovers a strange VHS tape called Rent-A-Pal. Hosted by the charming and charismatic Andy (Wil Wheaton), the tape offers him much-needed company, compassion, and friendship. But, Andy’s friendship comes at a cost, and David desperately struggles to afford the price of admission.
Be the Light
September 11 | Drama, Musical | IMDb
Starring: Cara Santana, Malcolm Goodwin, Michael DeLorenzo
BE THE LIGHT is the story of a down and out girl, Celina, who tries to make amends with and save her dying father. To do this, she sparks a musical movement that will save her family in the most beautiful of ways, they’ll believe again.
Find Your Voice
September 11 | Comedy, Drama | IMDb
Starring: Keisha Castle-Hughes, Adam Saunders, Tama Lundon
E wants to write a hit song, but he is a rapper with nothing original to say. Roaming the streets of Sydney, he searches for the meaning of life, running into some seedy characters while trying to find himself. He ends up going on an adventure to learn about his cultural roots but meets a mysterious girl who upends his life so that E must hit rock bottom before he can find his voice.
All In: The Fight for Democracy
September 9 | Documentary | IMDb
Starring: Stacey Abrams, Debo Adegbile, Jayla Allen
All In: The Fight for Democracy examines the often overlooked, yet insidious issue of voter suppression in the United States in anticipation of the 2020 Presidential Election. The film interweaves personal experiences with current activism and historical insight to expose a problem that has corrupted our democracy from the very beginning. With the perspective and expertise of Stacey Abrams, the former Minority Leader of the Georgia House of Representatives, the documentary will offer an insider’s look into laws and barriers to voting that most people don’t even know is a threat to their basic rights as citizens of the United States.
The Social Dilemma
September 9 | Documentary, Drama | IMDb
Starring: Skyler Gisondo, Kara Hayward, Vincent Kartheiser
We tweet, we like, and we share–but what are the consequences of our growing dependence on social media? As digital platforms increasingly become a lifeline to stay connected, Silicon Valley insiders reveal how social media is reprogramming civilization by exposing what’s hiding on the other side of your screen.
September 1 | Horror, Mystery, Thriller | IMDb
Starring: Keegan Connor Tracy, Jett Klyne, Sean Rogerson, Sara Canning, Stephen McHattie, Chandra West
When Beth’s son brings home an imaginary friend named “Z,” she becomes concerned that he is falling too deep into a world of make believe. He starts to display extremely destructive behavior, blaming Z for all of his actions. But after he gets kicked out of school, Beth is forced to find a solution. She medicates her son, making him unable to see his imaginary companion. But now Beth sees Z…and he wants to be her friend.
In the Life of Music
August 26 | Drama, Family, History | IMDb
Starring: Ellen Wong, Small World Small Band, Ratanak Ben
In the Life of Music, a story told in three chapters, tells of how one song ‘Champa Battambang,’ made famous by Sinn Sisamuth (the King of Khmer Music), plays a role in the lives of three different generations.
September 4 | Action, Adventure, Drama | IMDb
Starring: Yifei Liu, Donnie Yen, Jet Li, Li Gong
When the Emperor of China issues a decree that one man per family must serve in the Imperial Army to defend the country from Northern invaders, Hua Mulan, the eldest daughter of an honored warrior, steps in to take the place of her ailing father. Masquerading as a man, Hua Jun, she is tested every step of the way and must harness her inner-strength and embrace her true potential. It is an epic journey that will transform her into an honored warrior and earn her the respect of a grateful nation…and a proud father.
September 4 | Comedy | IMDb
Starring: Dan Fogler, Emma Bell, Maggie Q
Lisa (Charlotte McKinney) and Jack (Dan Fogler) get into an argument at their cocktail party that escalates until it brings an abrupt end to the festivities. To determine who was right they decide to recreate the night again and again.
September 4 | Action, Horror, Thriller | IMDb
Starring: Maisie Williams, Sylvester McCoy, Rita Tushingham
A group of friends think they found the perfect easy score — an empty house with a safe full of cash. But when the elderly couple that lives there comes home early the tables are suddenly turned. As a deadly game of cat and mouse ensues the would-be thieves are left to fight to save themselves from a nightmare they could never have imagined.
September 4 | Comedy | IMDb
Starring: Pauly Shore, Mike Castle, Aimee Teegarden, Billy Zane
Pauly Shore and Steve-O kick this outrageous, raunchy comedy into high gear. When engaged couple Sarah (Aimee Teegarden) and Blake (Mike Castle) buy their dream home, there’s a catch: a party animal named Randy (Shore) in the guest house who refuses to leave! When Randy throws a wild, sexy pool party, the cops show up –and Blake gets arrested. Can he and Sarah get through their backyard wedding without a certain loser crashing the party…and ruining their marriage?
September 4 | Drama | IMDb
Starring: John Leguizamo, Rachel Bay Jones, Michael Kenneth Williams
Based on a true story from 1998, five LatinX and Black teenagers from the toughest underserved ghetto in Miami fight their way into the National Chess Championship under the guidance of their unconventional but inspirational teacher.
I’m Thinking of Ending Things
September 4 | Drama, Thriller | IMDb
Starring: Jesse Plemons, Jessie Buckley, Toni Collette, David Thewlis
Despite second thoughts about their relationship, a young woman (Jessie Buckley) takes a road trip with her new boyfriend (Jesse Plemons) to his family farm. Trapped at the farm during a snowstorm with Jake’s mother (Toni Collette) and father (David Thewlis), the young woman begins to question the nature of everything she knew or understood about her boyfriend, herself, and the world. An exploration of regret, longing and the fragility of the human spirit, I’M THINKING OF ENDING THINGS is directed and written by Academy Award (R) winner Charlie Kaufman (ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND). Inspired by Iain Reid’s bestselling namesake novel.
September 3 | Comedy, Romance | IMDb
Starring: Rachael Leigh Cook, Damon Wayans Jr., Caitlin Howden
To save her small law firm, earnest lawyer Susan (Rachael Leigh Cook) takes a high-paying case from Nick (Damon Wayans Jr.), a charming new client who wants to sue a dating website that guarantees love. But as the case heats up, so do Susan and Nick’s feelings for each other.
September 1 | Adventure, Sci-Fi | IMDb
Starring: Sam Gittins, Mino Sferra, Ellie Poussot
A father and son team of scientists unlock the secret of time travel while researching time movement. During their first test they get trapped in a Time Loop, where their actions, in the past, have grave consequences, for the present and future.
September 1 | Action | IMDb
Starring: Ryan Phillippe, Casper Van Dien, Jack Griffo
While picking his son up from college, Secret Service Agent Vic Davies finds himself in the middle of a high stakes terrorist operation and now must use his entire set of skills against the armed faction.
September 1 | Horror | IMDb
Starring: Michael Greyeyes, Forrest Goodluck, Elle-Maija Tailfeathers
The dead are coming back to life outside the isolated Mi’gMaq reserve of Red Crow, except for its Indigenous inhabitants who are strangely immune to the zombie plague. Traylor, the tribal sheriff, must protect his son’s pregnant girlfriend, apocalyptic refugees, and reserve riff raff from the horde of walking white corpses.
September 1 | Documentary, Biography | IMDb
Starring: Robin Williams, Shawn Levy, David E. Kelley
Robin’s Wish tells the powerful true story of actor/comedian Robin Williams’ final days. For the first time, Robin’s fight against a deadly neurodegenerative disorder, known as Lewy Body Dementia, is shown in stunning detail. Through a gripping journalistic lens, this incredible story sheds an entirely new light on the tragedy, beauty and power behind the mind of one of the greatest entertainers of all time.
September 1 | Thriller | IMDb
Starring: Craig Sheffer, KateLynn E. Newberry, Dominic Luongo
An author who spends a weekend locked in a haunted lighthouse as a publicity stunt for his next book becomes a target for powerful supernatural forces.
Children of the Sea
September 1 | Animation, Adventure, Drama | IMDb
Starring: Anjali Gauld, Lynden Prosser, Benjamin Niewood
When Ruka was younger, she saw a ghost in the water at the aquarium where her dad works. Now she feels drawn toward the aquarium and the two mysterious boys she meets there, Umi and Sora. They were raised by dugongs and hear the same strange calls from the sea as she does. Ruka’s dad and the other adults who work at the aquarium are only distantly aware of what the children are experiencing as they get caught up in the mystery of the worldwide disappearance of the oceans’ fish.
The Mole Agent
September 1 | Documentary | IMDb
Starring: Sergio Chamy
When a family grows concerned for their mother’s well-being in a retirement home, private investigator Romulo hires 83-year-old Sergio to pose as a new resident and undercover spy inside the facility. The Mole Agent follows Sergio as he struggles to balance his assignment with his increasing involvement in the lives of the many residents he meets.
Tom of Your Life
September 1 | Drama | IMDb
Starring: Baize Buzan, Jeremy Sklar, James Sharpe
When a child is born at a rural hospital who inexplicably ages four years every hour, a rebellious nurse smuggles him out and takes him on the road to let him experience the world on the one day he’ll have to live in it. This is the tale of TOM OF YOUR LIFE, a heartwarming, music-driven comedy about taking a beautiful new view on life.
Here are some of the movies that are scheduled to come out soon. Links are added when possible, but many services won’t have pages for these services until they go live. Release dates may change without notice, so not all of these dates will turn out to be accurate.
Drama, Thriller | Streaming: October 27 | IMDb
Starring: Khali Addair, Ken Arnold, Mackenzie Astin
In Bishop, a small town filled with secrets, where the Simon sisters are trying to cope with their mother’s absence and maintain a normal life while enduring Catholic school and typical teen struggles under the watchful eye of their demanding counselor Mr. Barnes. Silently and firmly repressing them is their damaged father who, quite adrift himself, is growing increasingly obsessed with The Rapture that he believes is imminent. Through rebellious acts, punishments, and religious impulses, home is anything but a refuge, and the sisters must cling to one another to survive. On the night that Rick believes to be The Rapture, he will attempt to take his daughters to ‘the other side’ but as the bell tolls, true colors shine through and the mystery of their mother’s disappearance is revealed to her daughters in a shattering climax.
Documentary | Streaming: October 27 | IMDb
Starring: Jim Baumer, Kevin Powell, Julie Sokolow, Mary Baumer
Portrait of Mark Baumer, an environmental activist, avant-garde writer, and vegan, who hiked barefoot for over 100 days across America to draw attention to climate change. In a voice The New Yorker praised as “reminiscent of Andy Kaufman”, Baumer narrates his offbeat take on life and how we all can make a difference.
Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula
Action, Horror, Thriller (Korean) | Streaming: October 27 | Theaters: August 21 | IMDb
Starring: Dong-Won Gang, Jung-hyun Lee, Re Lee
Four years after South Korea’s total decimation in TRAIN TO BUSAN, the zombie thriller that captivated audiences worldwide, acclaimed director Yeon Sang-ho brings us PENINSULA, the next nail-biting chapter in his post-apocalyptic world. Jung-seok, a soldier who previously escaped the diseased wasteland, relives the horror when assigned to a covert operation with two simple objectives: retrieve and survive. When his team unexpectedly stumbles upon survivors, their lives will depend on whether the best-or worst-of human nature prevails in the direst of circumstances.
The Craft: Legacy
Drama, Fantasy, Horror | Streaming: October 28 | IMDb
Starring: Michelle Monaghan, Cailee Spaeny, Gideon Adlon
In Blumhouse’s continuation of the cult hit The Craft, an eclectic foursome of aspiring teenage witches get more than they bargained for as they lean into their newfound powers.
Comedy, Romance | Streaming: October 28 | IMDb
Starring: Tiffany Paulsen, Emma Roberts, Andrew Bachelor, Frances Fisher, Luke Bracey, Kristin Chenoweth, Jessica Capshaw
Sloane (Emma Roberts) and Jackson (Luke Bracey) hate the holidays. They constantly find themselves single, sitting at the kids table, or stuck with awkward dates. But when these two strangers meet during one particularly bad Christmas, they make a pact to be each other’s “holidate” for every festive occasion throughout the next year. With a mutual disdain for the holidays, and assuring themselves that they have no romantic interest in the other, they become each other’s perfect plus-one which leads to some hilarious and provocative hijinks. However, as a year of absurd celebrations come to an end, Sloane and Jackson find that sharing everything they hate may just prove to be something they unexpectedly love.
The True Adventures of Wolfboy
Drama | Streaming: October 30 | IMDb
Starring: John Turturro, Stephen McKinley, Josh Godfrey, Declan Baldwin, Benjamin Blake, Sophie Giannamore, Olivia Dufault, Jaeden Lieberher
Paul lives an isolated life with his father in upstate New York. He finds making friends impossible due to a rare condition he has known as congenital hypertrichosis – an affliction that causes an abnormal amount of hair growth all over his face and body. On his 13th birthday, Paul receives a mysterious gift that compels him to run away and seek out the mother he has never known.
Action | Streaming: October 30 | IMDb
Starring: Felix Limardo, Rafael Amaya, Carolina Guerra, Ricardo Chavira
Narco Soldiers is a timely, action-packed crime thriller that explores the resurgence of the Caribbean drug routes and one couple’s violent, Bonnie and Clyde-style rise to power.
Blackjack: The Jackie Ryan Story
Drama | Streaming: October 30 | IMDb
Starring: Antonio Macia, Ashley Greene, Robert Davi, Tara Westwood, Brandon Thomas Lee, David Arquette, Sean Avery, James Madio
Story of hot-tempered and self-centered the Brooklyn native and street basketball legend Jackie Ryan. His dreams of playing professional basketball seem to have passed him by after years of hard partying and neglect. He works construction alongside his overbearing father (Arquette), and his wisecracking best friend Marty (Madio). After being spotted at the famous West 4th basketball court for his incredible talent, Ryan is invited to try-out for the New Jersey Nets and is forced to confront his inner demons, family conflicts, relationship drama, and turn his life around.
Drama, Horror, Mystery | Streaming: October 30 | IMDb
Starring: Gillian Jacobs, Jacob Chase, Winslow Fegley, Jayden Marine, John Gallagher Jr., Azhy Robertson, Rachel Wilson
Azhy Robertson stars as Oliver, a lonely young boy who feels different from everyone else. Desperate for a friend, he seeks solace and refuge in his ever-present cell phone and tablet. When a mysterious creature uses Oliver’s devices against him to break into our world, Oliver’s parents (Gillian Jacobs and John Gallagher Jr.) must fight to save their son from the monster beyond the screen.
The Dark and the Wicked
Horror | Streaming: November 6 | IMDb
Starring: Marin Ireland, Michael Abbott Jr. and Xander Berkeley
On a secluded farm, a man is slowly dying. Bedridden and fighting through his final breaths, his wife is slowly succumbing to overwhelming grief. To help their mother and say goodbye to their father, siblings Louise (Marin Ireland) and Michael (Michael Abbott Jr.) return to their family farm. It doesn’t take long for them to see that something’s wrong with mom, though—something more than her heavy sorrow. Gradually, as their own grief mounts, Louise and Michael begin suffering from a darkness similar to their mother’s, marked by waking nightmares and a growing sense that something evil is taking over their family.
Thriller, Action, Horror, Teen | Streaming: November 6 | IMDb
Starring: Sean Cameron Michael, Liesl Ahlers, Reine Swart
Nine friends, all harboring a dark secret, go camping in the woods. After a wild night of partying, they wake up with suicide bombs strapped to their chests, all with varying times on their countdown clocks. They decide to work out how to disarm the bombs or find help – until they discover they can ‘take’ one another’s time by killing each other.
Action, Crime, Drama | Streaming: November 13 | IMDb
Starring: Patrick Schwarzenegger, Gilles Geary, Hayley Law, Jacob Alexander, Oliver Cooper, Kate Linder, Lesley Ann Warren, Alex Pettyfer and Michael Shannon
Two-time Academy Award® nominee Michael Shannon (Knives Out) stars in this gripping crime-thriller filled with pulse-pounding twists and turns. A recent college graduate Lance Zutterland (Patrick Schwarzenegger) leaves school in debt, realizing everything he had worked towards was built on a lie. When he is pulled into a criminal underground operation, he finds his peers fighting the system by stealing from the rich and giving to… themselves. With nothing to lose, they leave behind a trail of destruction but with the cops closing in, tensions mount and Lance soon discovers he is in over his head with no way out.
Comedy, LGBTQ, Romance, Drama | Streaming: November 13 | IMDb
Starring: Fionn O’Shea, Lola Petticrew, Sharon Horgan, Barry Ward
A closeted gay teen and his lesbian counterpart pretend to be a couple to avoid suspicion.
Action, Comedy, Thriller | Streaming: November 17 | IMDb
Starring: Mel Gibson, Walton Goggins, Marianne Jean-Baptiste
To save his declining business, Chris Cringle, also known as Santa Claus, is forced into a partnership with the U.S. military. Making matters worse, Chris gets locked into a deadly battle of wits against a highly skilled assassin, hired by a precocious 12-year-old, after receiving a lump of coal in his stocking.
Horror | Streaming: November 17 | IMDb
Starring: Hyeri Lee, In-kwon Kim, Myung-Min Kim, Woo-sik Choi
In MONSTRUM, a plague has taken over and fear runs rampant in the streets. When rumors of a vicious monster roaming Mount Inwangsan begin to spread, fear turns into panic. In order to quell the rising hysteria, the King brings his most trusted general out of retirement. Joined by his daughter, his right-hand man, and a royal court officer, the general sets out to find and defeat the mysterious creature.
Thriller, Action | Streaming: November 17 | Theaters: August 21 | IMDb
Starring: Russell Crowe, Caren Pistorius, Jimmi Simpson
Academy Award-winner Russell Crowe stars in Unhinged, a psychological thriller that takes something we’ve all experienced–road rage–to an unpredictable and terrifying conclusion. Rachel (Caren Pistorius) is running late getting to work when she crosses paths with a stranger (Crowe) at a traffic light. Soon, Rachel finds herself and everyone she loves the target of a man who feels invisible and is looking to make one last mark upon the world by teaching her a series of deadly lessons. What follows is a dangerous game of cat and mouse that proves you never know who you’re driving next to.
Action, Sci-Fi | Streaming: November 20 | Theaters: November 20 | IMDb
Starring: Nicolas Cage, Alain Moussi, Frank Grillo, Rick Yune, Marie Avgeropoulos, Juju Chan with Tony Jaa
An ancient order of Jiu Jitsu fighters faces a vicious race of alien invaders in an epic battle for the survival of Earth.
Action, Adventure, Family | Streaming: November 20 | IMDb
Starring: Jackie Chan, Jason Flemyng, Arnold Schwarzenegger
Early 1700: Cartographer Jonathan Green (Jason Flemyng) from Forbidden Kingdom (2014) is back to map the Russian Far East. He’s forced on to China, where he confronts the Dragon Master et al. The iron masked Russian Czar escapes the Tower of London to a Russian ship.
Smiley Face Killers
Thriller | Streaming: December 8 | IMDb
Starring: Ronen Rubinstein, Mia Serafino, Crispin Glover
As a strange wave of mysterious drownings of male college students plagues the California coast, Jake Graham (Rubinstein) struggles to keep his life together at school. Finding himself stalked by a hooded figure (Glover) driving an unmarked van, Jake fears he may become the next victim in the killers’ horrific spree.
Comedy | Streaming: December 8 | Theaters: October 9 | IMDb
Starring: Alexandra Kotcheff, Hannah Leder, Phil Parolisi
Awkward telemarketer Martha Plant lives a lonely existence burying treasure and eating split pea soup. When she takes in a vagrant with multiple personalities, she discovers having three friends in one may be more than she can handle.
The Very Excellent Mr. Dundee
Comedy | Streaming: December 11 | IMDb
Starring: Paul Hogan, John Cleese, Chevy Chase, Luke Hemsworth, Mel Gibson, Olivia Newton-John
Retired in L.A. and overshadowed by his Crocodile Dundee character, Hogan is offered a knighthood by the Queen of England. But before he can accept it, Hogan gets caught up in a series of comical scandals that dominate gossip shows and social media feeds. Can he keep his reputation clean long enough to hang onto his prize — and his dignity? Hilarious celebrity co-stars include Chevy Chase, John Cleese, Olivia Newton-John, and more!
If you’re up for hitting the theaters, here’s a list of releases that just made it to the big screen. Only titles from the last two weeks will be listed here.
Action, Crime, Drama | Theaters: October 16 | IMDb
Starring: Liam Neeson, Kate Walsh, Jai Courtney
Hoping to cut a deal, a professional bank robber agrees to return all the money he stole in exchange for a reduced sentence. But when two FBI agents set him up for murder, he must now go on the run to clear his name and bring them to justice.
The Empty Man
Crime, Drama, Horror | Theaters: October 23 | IMDb
Starring: David Prior, Owen Teague, Marin Ireland, Stephen Root
The Empty Man is a supernatural horror film based on a popular series of Boom! Studios graphic novels. After a group of teens from a small Midwestern town begin to mysteriously disappear, the locals believe it is the work of an urban legend known as The Empty Man. As a retired cop investigates and struggles to make sense of the stories, he discovers a secretive group and their attempts to summon a horrific, mystical entity, and soon his life—and the lives of those close to him—are in grave danger.
Drama, Romance | Theaters: October 16 | IMDb
Starring: Radha Mitchell, Jacob Elordi, Adan Canto
For two couples the future unfolds in different decades and different places, but a hidden connection will bring them together in a way no one could have predicted.
Animation, Adventure, Comedy | Theaters: October 23 | IMDb
Starring: Abbi Jacobson, Danny McBride, Maya Rudolph
Katie Mitchell is accepted into the film school of her dreams. Her whole family drives Katie to school together when their plans are interrupted by a tech uprising. The Mitchells will have to work together to save the world.
Drama, Horror, Sci-Fi | Theaters: October 23 | IMDb
Starring: Jamie Dornan, Katie Aselton, Aaron Moorhead, Anthony Mackie, Ally IIoannides, Justin Benson
When New Orleans paramedics and longtime best friends Steve (Anthony Mackie) and Dennis (Jamie Dornan) are called to a series of bizarre, gruesome accidents, they chalk it up to the mysterious new party drug found at the scene. But after Dennis’s oldest daughter suddenly disappears, Steve stumbles upon a terrifying truth about the supposed psychedelic that will challenge everything he knows about reality—and the flow of time itself.
We’ll keep this list updated frequently, so keep coming back to see what’s new.
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