Weekend Watchlist – Sept 10th 2021 – A double dose of real life stories and an indie sci-fi movie that we watched for #WhosInTheBox a few weeks ago. What are you watching this weekend?
The Night House – Rebecca Hall stars in this original and refreshing horror story from David Bruckner. With dread and suspense aplenty, The Night House defies the haunted house subgenre.
Series Pick – Death Note – A stunning anime adaptation of a popular manga, Death Note is a fantastic series for new comers & fans of the genre. With a compelling story and rich characters, Death Note is easy to watch but hard to put down.
Prisoners – A disturbing slow burn that demands the audience’s attention throughout the entire run time. Jake Gyllenhaal and Hugh Jackman headline this thriller crime drama from Dennis Villeneuve
Catch Me If You Can – What do you get when you mix classic Spielberg, peak Tom Hanks, and a young Leonardo DiCaprio? You get a fantastically entertaining crime caper about one of the greatest conmen in the world (Allegedly).
Molly’s Game – Based on a true story, this real life thriller will keep you guessing. With a stunning cast and excellent directing, Molly’s Game is an entertaining movie about the shadowy world of underground gambling.
No Sudden Move – From Steven Soderbergh, a generational talent, comes No Sudden Move. A thrilling crime caper that takes a hard left turn into the complicated and storied history of Detroit.
Road to Perdition – this underrated gem of the gangster genre fills the screen with impressive and intentional visuals that don’t overshadow the sparse, but necessary dialogue.
Special Feature – My Top 10 Worst Movies of All Time – I’ve seen a lot of good movies and a TON of bad movies. Here are the worst movies I’ve ever seen!