Everyone seems to be trying to cram their movie into the end of summer 2019 as most weekends this month have 4 to 5 movies opening, including Hobbs & Shaw, Angel Has Fallen, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, Dora and The Lost City of Gold, 47 Meters Down: Uncaged, Ready or Not and more.
This July is not quite as jam-packed as previous summers but most of the movies are massive with Spider-Man: Far From Home, The Lion King, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and more.
The son of his traitorous former partner (played by Vincent D’Onofrio in the first Escape Plan) kidnaps Ray Breslin’s girlfriend Abby and takes her, along with other captives, to the horrible Devil’s Station prison in the third Escape Plan, Escape Plan: The Extractors.
After serving in the SAS in World War II, Alfred Pennyworth starts a private security firm and is hired by Thomas Wayne in 1960s London, where Wayne has uncovered a conspiracy that threatens himself and the entire government of England.
What’s old is new again for June as Men in Black, Child’s Play and Shaft all return in new forms along with Toy Story 4, the final chapter of the X-Men as we know them in Dark Phoenix and more.
The collected stories of Alvin Schwartz and the horrifically great art by Stephen Gammell come to life in August with Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark from director André Øvredal and producer Guillermo Del Toro.
After over 35 years, Netflix is bringing viewers back to the world of Thra for a prequel series to Jim Henson’s cult classic dark fantasy, The Dark Crystal, as three young Gelflings discover the secret of the vile Skeksis’ power and try to form a rebellion to stop them.
Writer/Director Jennifer Kent is back with her follow-up to The Babadoook, the brutal and disturbing revenge movie The Nightingale, where a young woman in 1800’s Australia seeks revenge on the army officer who abused and committed a horrible crime against her.
Each of the new episodes of Black Mirror that will arrive on Netflix on June 5 has gotten its own trailer that gives a little bit more about what we can expect from the new season.
The ninth film from Quentin Tarantino follows 60 TV star Rick Dalton and his stuntman, Cliff Booth, as they try to break into movies in 1969 Hollywood and possibly get drawn into the orbit of the notorious Charles Manson and his followers.