While on a tour of the White House with his young daughter, Capitol policeman (and Secret Service hopeful) John Cale springs into action to save his child and protect the president from a heavily armed group of paramilitary invaders.
April 2019 kicks off with the latest from DC, a Stephen King remake and a true story from 1970s South Carolina.
The Creed family discovers a disturbing local legend in their backyard when they move from Boston to rural Maine in this spring’s new version of the Stephen King classic Pet Semetary.
When his ex-wife comes back into his life and asks him to murder her new, abusive husband, charter fisherman Baker Dill has to figure out what he’s going to do in next year’s thriller, Serenity, from Redemption and Locke director Steven Knight.
The string of excellent Stephen King projects hopefully continues next April as a new version of Pet Semetary arrives with Jason Clarke starring as Dr. Louis Crandall, who learns the horrible secret of his new Maine home when tragedy strikes.
Ryan Gosling steps into the spacesuit of Neil Armstrong to tell the story of the Apollo 11 mission from his perspective with La La Land director Damien Chazelle behind the camera in October’s First Man.
Jungle Cruise gets it’s villains that will face off against The Rock and Emily Blunt, The Goldbergs spin-off is retooled and picked up for a full season, Ash vs Evil Dead has been cancelled, the MASK movie gets a director, Xander Cage will be back for a fourth movie and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
April kicks off with critically acclaimed new entries in the horror and comedy genres and two dramas based on true events.
Helen Mirren plays Sarah Winchester, the real life heiress to the Winchester firearm fortune who, in 1884 had a bizarre seven story mansion constructed full of dead ends and hidden passageways that popular belief says was her attempts to confuse the angry spirits of people killed by her family’s weapons that haunted her.
A ton of movies available this weekend to close out September, but only two are worth checking out according to the critics.