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Weekend Watchlist – October 21, 2022

Weekend Watchlist 10/21/2022 – A jam packed creepy weekend awaits in this weekend watchlist featuring horror from all over the world.

My top 3 picks for this weekend are: 

  1. His House
    • Shout out 70MM pod for reminding me this movie exists. I watched it last year for an episode of my defunct podcast, and I thoroughly enjoyed this one. It was a disturbing and insightful in so many ways all at the same time. Matt Smith has been killing it for a long time (except Morbius) and this is one of my favorite rolls of his.  
  2. Last Night in SoHo
    • I went and saw this movie on opening weekend last year and remember enjoying it. I have not seen it since, but it’s definitely time for a rewatch. It’s another Matt Smith banger with the ever popular Anya Taylor Joy and an upcoming Thomasin McKenzie. Directed by Edgar Wright, this is a classic rock infused horror thriller with an awesome concept. After you give it a watch, give my review a look.
  3. The Wailing
    • Na Hong Jin directs this excellent Korean horror thriller. With an impeccable concept and amazing tension, The Wailing is near perfect. I never did a full review, but it was another movie we watched for the defunct podcast. It does start to feel a little long at the 2 hour mark, but it is still entertaining through the entire run time. And there’s a special alternate ending that you can watch if you really enjoy it, which I’m sure you will.
Dylan M
Dylan M

Dylan created Movies Not Films as a fun project to stay occupied during the start of the global COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. Movies and TV shows had always been a big part of his life, but he never thought to share his thoughts online. Dylan started with a simple movie diary on a spreadsheet and eventually transformed it into MoviesNotFilms.com with a robust catalog of reviews, suggestions, and ranking lists. Currently living with his now-fiancé and two dogs, Dylan has a full time career but still makes time to watch all the latest movies and most of the new TV shows. Movies Not Films boasts a modest subscriber count and releases several new posts per week.

What are you watching this weekend?

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