The latest actionfest from Gerard Butler hit theaters this weekend along with the return of Johnny English, the directorial debut of Jonah Hill and the latest faith-based drama.
Michael Myers returns to battle Laurie Strode in Halloween while Robert Redford heads off into the sunset with The Old Man and The Sea and The Hate U Give expands wide after getting lots of critical praise and a strong limited run this weekend at the box office.
Damien Chazelle and Ryan Gosling re-team for the story of Neil Armstrong in the lead up to the first moon landing, Slappy is back for more mayhem in Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween and an all-star cast of strangers converge in Bad Times at the El Royale this weekend.
October kicks off with polar opposites as the apparently terrible and insane film debut of Venom takes on the remake of musical drama A Star is Born with Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga.
September 2018 closes out with amusement park horror in Hell Fest, Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish in Night School and Channing Tatum voicing a Yeti in Smallfoot.
Eli Roth goes family-friendly, Michael Moore tackles Trump and Dan Fogelman tries to replicate his This is Us success on the big screen this weekend at theaters.
The Predator arrives in theaters this weekend alongside a Paul Feig directed thriller, the sequel to Unbroken and a “based on a true story” drug/crime story starring Matthew McConaughey.
September kicks off with Jennifer Garner back in action in a revenge thriller, the latest chapter in The Conjuring Universe and a faith-based drama, all of which are Rotten according to the critics.
Summer 2018 closes out with a thriller based on true events, Operation Finale, and the sci-fi adventure/family drama Kin, which features an evil James Franco.
The Happytime Murders arrives but, according to critics, it’s an unfunny mess and there’s also the, not screened for critics, AXL and critically acclaimed thriller Searching.