This Weekend’s New Releases on Netflix, Peacock, Apple TV, and in Theaters
Halloween is fast approaching and that now is the best time to enjoy horror and thriller movies. The great news is that there’s plenty of new spooky movies to watch this weekend on various streaming platforms , and some in the cinema. If you’re not interested in the adventure, there’s many comedy, action and drama films to pick from.
Halloween KillsSpice make your Saturday more enjoyable by watching an update to 2017 movie “Halloween,” “Halloween Kills.” The film produced by Gordon Green, sees psycho killer Michael Myers, played by James Jude Courtney, return to his bloody job. Jamie Lee Curtis, Kyle Richards, Anthony Michael Hall along with Dylan Arnold also star in the film. It premiered in cinemas the day of Peacock Friday.
Dream of a Fever
“Fever Dream,” directed by Claudia Llosa, is another horror film that is worth watching this weekend. The film is an adaptation of Samanta Schweblin’s widely well-reviewed novel with the same title and was released in theaters earlier this week and has been on Netflix from Wednesday. The film follows a dying young woman and a tiny boy as they recount a devastating tale of broken souls. If you love suspenseful horror films that you can’t resist checking out this film.
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Do you like time travel films? “Needle in a Timestack,” directed by John Ridley, should be in your list of films to watch. The film is about a happy couple, Nick and Janine as the girl’s ex attempts to go back in the past and erase memories of Nick. Orlando Bloom, Leslie Odom Jr., Freida Pinto as well as Cynthia Erivo feature in the film. On Friday, the film premiered in select theaters and also on Apple TV.
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The Final Battle
The much-anticipated historic drama “The Last Duel,” featuring Matt Damon and Ben Affleck is finally hitting theaters in the United States on Friday. The film is inspired by Eric Jager’s book with the same title that was released in 2004. It’s about the 1386 war that took place between Jean de Carrouges and Jacques Le Gris and is believed to be France’s last known trial by combat. Ridley Scott directed the film that also stars Jodie Comer Adam Driver, Caoimhe O’Malley along with Alex Lawther.
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If you’re looking for a comedy that is lighthearted to enjoy, “Bergman Island,” which debuted in theaters across the United States on Friday, is a great option. The film was directed by Mia Hansen-Lve . It is about two filmmakers who travel to Fro Island