Crazy Rich Asians held onto the top spot at the box office for the third week in a row as Summer 2018 came to a close over the Labor Day holiday weekend.
One of the last big blockbusters of Summer 2018, Jason Statham battles a gigantic, prehistoric shark in The Meg, loosely based on the pulpy horror novel by Steve Alten.
August 2018 closes out the summer with an eclectic mix of movies from Jason Statham vs a giant shark in The Meg to R-rated Muppets in The Happytime Murders, the latest Marky Mark action movie Mile 22, the internet’s favorite horror icon Slender Man and much more.
The Rock gets his Die Hard on in Skyscraper this weekend while Adam Sandler’s Dracula and the rest of the Hotel Transylvania crew go on a cruise in the third entry of that series.
Netflix, Blumhouse and Indian proudcer Anurag Kashyap are teaming up to bring some Indian horror to Netflix in August with the mini-series Ghoul, where demons and other horrors are unleashed at a remote Indian military prison.
Sicario: Day of the Soldado is a decent but wholly unnecessary sequel to Denis Villeneuve’s incredible 2015 thriller that finds Josh Brolin and Benicio Del Tor back in Mexico trying to start a war between two rival cartels.
The Rock, Tom Cruise and Denzel Washington are all here this month with big action blockbusters, there’s horror from The Purge and Unfriended, a light MCU adventure from Ant-Man and The Wasp and more.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is the only new release out this weekend and its looking to be as big, if not bigger, than its predecessor.
After 14 years, The Incredibles are finally back for a long awaited sequel and it’s joined by an R rated comedy based on true events and a reboot of a blaxploitation classic.
The Ocean’s series is back with Sandra Bullock leading an all female heist team, this summer’s critically acclaimed horror movie from A24, Hereditary, and the John Wickesque Hotel Artemis are this weekend’s new releases.