It’s the end of one chapter of the MCU and the beginning of another this weekend with Spider-Man: Far From Home while Hereditary director Ari Aster delivers another horrific journey into madness with Midsommar.
A group of friends heads to a small village in Sweden for the summer to experience a festival that only happens once every 90 years but they soon realize the festival’s disturbing true nature in the next movie from Hereditary director Ari Aster, Midsommar.
A group of friends travels to a remote European village to experience a festival that only occurs once every 90 years but things going horrifically awry in the follow-up to Hereditary by director Ari Aster, Midsommar.
A trashy Halle Berry action movie, an apparently disastrous adaptation of Stephen King’s epic and a critically acclaimed historical drama are all out this weekend.
Kathryn Bigelow is back for another movie based on true events, this time detailing the five days of chaos that occurred in 1967 in Detroit as riots broke out across the city.
Leonardo DiCaprio plays Hugh Glass, a guide and hunter in the 1820’s who is attacked by a bear and left for dead by a treacherous comrade (Tom Hardy) and struggles to fight his way across the brutal landscape to reach civilization and get revenge.
A giant, deadly maze keeps a group of young men prisoner in the upcoming YA action/adventure, The Maze Runner.