In the vein of Thriller, Huey Lewis and the News delivered a mini movie for the music video for their song “Doing It All for My Baby” that was an homage to the classic Universal Monsters like Dracual, Frankenstein and Bride of Frankenstein.
Chuck Norris and Lee Marvin lead a special ops rescue mission when Lebanese terrorists hijack a plane in the 1986 Cannon Films classic, The Delta Force, which you can watch in full right here.
Two movies based on true events are out to close out September, along with two thrillers that were not screened for critics, which is always a great sign.
Natalie Portman joins an expedition into a mysterious environmental disaster zone in the follow up to Ex Machina by writer/director Alex Garland, Annihilation.
John Travolta returns to true crime by starring as the infamous John Gotti in a biopic that follows the rise and fall of the “Teflon Don”.
Kingsman: The Golden Circle took down Pennywise at the box office while Friend Request had the worst opening ever for a movie in over 2,500 theaters.
The credits song for The Boz’s debut action movie, Stone Cold, “Dangerous” featured the original 1970’s Doobie Brothers lineup, who had reunited in 1987 for a charity tour and a successful new album, Cycles (Although “Dangerous” is off the less successful Brotherhood album).
Check out the bad ass 2003 William Friedkin movie The Hunted in full right here as Tommy Lee Jones takes on his former student Benicio Del Toro, who Jones trained in the art of survival and killing, in the deep woods of Oregon.
Netflix is bringing another Stephen King story to streaming with an adaptation of King’s novella 1922, where Tom Jane stars as farmer Wilfred James, who murders his wife to keep her from selling their land but is then tormented by rats and other gruesome occurrences.
Although there’s some potentially huge movies this weekend, all of them have gotten mixed to terrible reviews from the critics.