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Every movie coming to theaters in september 2023.

September 2023 will see two horror movies, the return of the Portakolos family, Hercule Poirot, a new mission from the Expendables team, and more.

  • September 2023 brings a variety of movies to theaters, including horror stories from major franchises like The Conjuring and Saw, along with new stories from different genres.
  • The Equalizer 3 follows retired Marine Robert McCall as he uncovers the control of the Sicilian Mafia over his new friends, forcing him to protect them using his past skills.
  • My Big Fat Greek Weeding 3 reunites viewers with the Portokalos family as they embark on a trip to Greece for a family reunion, filled with love, twists, and funny moments.

September 2023 will see a variety of movies coming to theaters, including some horror movies to kick off the spookiest season of the year, such as two horror stories from major franchises, the third entry in an action film series, the return of the Portokalos family, a new Hercule Poirot adventure, the latest mission from the Expendables team, and more. August 2023 welcomed some exciting stories, as were Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem , the sci-fi action horror movie Meg 2: The Trench , the supernatural horror movie The Last Voyage of the Demeter , the biographical sports movie Gran Turismo , and DC’s Blue Beetle .

As August was mostly about big releases , none of them are available to stream yet, but the movies hitting theaters in September are exciting enough to fill in that void. September will see a bunch of sequels from some popular franchises, along with new stories from a variety of genres. That said, September will welcome new stories from the horror franchises of The Conjuring and Saw , the return of Robert McCall, Toula and her family, Hercule Poirot, and the Expendables team, along with Gareth Edwards’ latest project, among other stories. Here’s every movie coming to theaters in September 2023 .

The Equalizer 3 - September 1

The Equalizer 3 is a thriller directed by Antoine Fuqua and the third and final installment in The Equalizer trilogy. The Equalizer 3 marks the return of retired U.S. Marine and former DIA officer Robert McCall (Denzel Washington), who moves to Southern Italy to escape from his past. However, he finds out that his new friends are controlled by the Sicilian Mafia, and when things turn truly horrible, McCall unleashes his past self to protect his friends. Also starring in The Equalizer 3 are Dakota Fanning, Eugenio Mastrandrea, David Denman, Sonia Ben Ammar, and Remo Girone.

Aristotle And Dante Discover The Secrets Of The Universe - September 8

Aristotle And Dante Discover The Secrets Of The Universe is a coming-of-age rom-com directed by Aitch Alberto and based on the 2012 novel of the same name by Benjamin Alire Sáenz. Set in El Paso, Texas, in 1987, Aristotle and Dante follows the title Mexican American teenagers (played by Max Pelayo and Reese Gonzales, respectively) as they explore their friendship while dealing with racial and ethnic identity, sexuality, family relationships, and more. Also starring in Aristotle And Dante Discover The Secrets Of The Universe are Eugenio Derbez, Eva Longoria, Verónica Falcón, Isabella Gomez, Kevin Alejandro, Luna Blaise, and Marlene Forte.

The Nun II - September 8

The Nun II is a supernatural horror movie directed by Michael Chaves, and it’s the ninth installment in The Conjuring franchise. Set four years after the ending of The Nun , The Nun II follows Sister Irene (Taissa Farmiga) as she comes face to face with the demonic force Valak at a boarding school in France. Also starring in The Nun II are Jonas Bloquet, Storm Reid, Anna Popplewell, Bonnie Aarons, and Katelyn Rose.

My Big Fat Greek Weeding 3 - September 8

My Big Fat Greek Weeding 3 is a rom-com directed by Nia Vardalos. My Big Fat Greek Weeding 3 r eunites viewers with the unforgettable Portokalos family as they all go on a trip to Greece for a family reunion after the death of Gus, Toula’s (Vardalos) father. Of course, the trip is full of twists and turns, but also a lot of love and funny moments from the always unpredictable Portokalos family. Also starring in My Big Fat Greek Weeding 3 are John Corbett, Louis Mandylor, Elena Kampouris, Lainie Kazan, Andrea Martin, Joey Fatone, Gia Carides, and Maria Vacratsis.

The Inventor - September 15

The Inventor is a stop-motion animated movie directed by Jim Capobianco. The Inventor tells the story of Leonardo da Vinci (voiced by Stephen Fry), who leaves Italy to join the French court, where he can experiment freely. There, Leonardo invents flying contraptions and war machines, studies cadavers, and more, while he also tackles the meaning of life itself with the help of French princess Marguerite de Nevarre (Daisy Ridley). Also part of the voice cast of The Inventor are Marion Cotillard, Matt Berry, Max Baumgarten, Ben Stranahan, and Daniel Swan.

A Haunting in Venice - September 15

A Haunting in Venice is a supernatural mystery thriller directed by Kenneth Branagh, based on the 1969 novel Hallowe’en Party by Agatha Christie, and it’s the third installment in Branagh’s Hercule Poirot film series. Set in post-World War II Venice, A Haunting in Venice follows Poirot (Branagh), who is now retired and living in his own exile. Poirot reluctantly agrees to attend a séance, and when one of the guests is murdered, it’s up to him to find out who the killer is. Also starring in A Haunting in Venice are Kyle Allen, Michelle Yeoh, Jamie Dornan, Camille Cottin, Tina Fey, and Emma Laird.

Expend4bles - September 22

Expend4bles (also known as The Expendables 4 ) is an action movie directed by Scott Waugh. The Expendables team is back and is assigned on a mission to stop Suarto Rahmat (Iko Uwais), the leader of a terrorist organization, from smuggling nuclear warheads that will unleash a conflict between Russia and the U.S. Expend4bles sees the return of Jason Statham, Dolph Lundgren, Randy Couture, and Sylvester Stallone, who are joined by Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, Megan Fox, Jacob Scipio, and Andy García. Like the first two movies in the Expendables series, Expend4bles has an R rating.

The Creator - September 29

The Creator is a sci-fi action thriller directed by Gareth Edwards. Set in a future where humans and the forces of artificial intelligence are at war, The Creator follows Joshua (John David Washington), an ex-special forces agent grieving the disappearance of his wife. Joshua is recruited to hunt down and kill the Creator, the architect of an advanced AI who developed a mysterious weapon that can end war and humanity itself, too. However, Joshua and his team discover that this powerful weapon is an AI in the form of a young child. Also starring in The Creator are Gemma Chan, Ken Watanabe, Allison Janney, and Sturgill Simpson.

Saw X - September 29

Saw X is a horror film directed by Kevin Greutert and serving as a direct sequel to Saw and a prequel to Saw II . As such, Saw X reunites viewers with John Kramer (Tobin Bell), who, desperate to find a cure for his cancer, travels to México for a risky and experimental medical procedure. Unfortunately, the entire operation turns out to be a scam, so Kramer sees a chance to continue his work and make the scammers pay for what they have been doing. Also starring in Saw X are Shawnee Smith (reprising her role as Amanda Young), Synnøve Macody Lund, Steven Brand, and Michael Beach.

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The equalizer 3, my big fat greek wedding 3, the inventor (2023), a haunting in venice, expend4bles, the creator.

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God's Country film, image courtesy Sundance Institute

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September 16 weekend movies: Every new movie in theaters and streaming this weekend

We are back with another edition of weekend movies, I am your host Ricky Valero . Below, we share the best new weekend movies to watch in theaters and available on  streaming services that you won’t want to miss.

The fall season is beginning to ramp up , and boy, oh boy, is this one of those weeks where we have so many releases that the start of falling behind on releases begins this week. Nevertheless, we’ve got a lot to talk about, so let’s dive in.

Weekend movies to watch (and stream) today

  • Silent Twins,  (Theaters)
  • The Woman King,  (Theaters)
  • Clerks III,  (Theaters)
  • God’s Country,  (Limited Theaters)
  • Do Revenge,  (Netflix)
  • Goodnight Mommy,  (Prime Video)
  • Land of Dreams,  (VOD)
  • The Retaliators  (VOD)
  • Pearl   (Theaters)

We have our first big massive Awards Contender hitting theaters this weekend in The Woman King. The film stars Viola Davis as Nanisca, who led the all-female warrior unit to protect the African kingdom of Dahomey. If the movie is good, we could look at a contender in Best Actress, Costume Design, Productions Design, and possibly score. Of course, we all know that Davis can knock our socks off in the acting department and this might be her fiercest role to date.

We have another movie that I saw back at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival coming out this week, God’s Country . Even through nine months of the year and over 200 release watches in 2022, Thandiwe Newton gave one of the year’s best performances. It is only released in limited theaters, but I highly recommend seeking this one out if you can.

As for streaming options this week, I have my eye on the Netflix film, Do Revenge . The dark comedy looks like it will be a lot of fun with Camila Mendes and Maya Hawke leading the way as our co-leads.

What will you be watching this weekend? Will you enjoy a movie in theaters or streaming?

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From dramas to comedies to a host of horror movies to start Spooky Season off right


September has arrived, which means plenty are ready to kickstart fall — and further “Spooky Season” — into high gear. One quick fix is to throw on a season-appropriate movie, and this month a bevy of horror titles are being newly added to various streaming services. Those films and more make up our list of the best new movies to stream in September, which also includes bona fide new releases like Netflix’s Marilyn Monroe film “Blonde,” Disney’s live-action take on “Pinocchio” and Rob Zombie’s “Munsters” movie.

There’s also a number of noteworthy new-to-streaming films that were new releases earlier this year, including “Jurassic World Dominion” coming to Peacock (in theatrical and extended versions) and Marvel’s “Thor: Love and Thunder” on Disney+. So find something new to watch from our list of the best new movies streaming in September below.

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September 1, Hulu

If it’s been awhile since you’ve seen “Fight Club,” you’re due for a rewatch. While David Fincher’s seminal 1999 film is still hilarious and searing, it was also widely misunderstood upon release. Fincher himself described it as a romantic comedy, and the film is decrying the toxic masculinity that abounds instead of celebrating it – although try telling that to the legion of boys whose main takeaway from the film was that they should start their own fight club. The trifecta of Edward Norton, Brad Pitt and Helena Bonham Carter is phenomenal, and that ending still hits just as hard no matter how many times you’ve seen it. – Adam Chitwood

The Mask of Zorro


Before “The Mummy” or “The Pirates of the Caribbean,” there was “The Mask of Zorro.” The 1998 film is based on the classic TV series of the same name, but director Martin Campbell injects this 19th century-set tale with enough intrigue, adventure and swashbuckling to keep a grin on your face from beginning to end. Anthony Hopkins stars as the original Zorro, who has been in prison for 20 years. When a hapless bandit played by Antonio Banderas breaks him out, he sets about training him in the ways of Zorro to help rescue his daughter, played by Catherine Zeta-Jones, from the clutches of the man who first put him in prison. – Adam Chitwood


For a director as celebrated and successful as James Cameron, some of his movies are weirdly hard to find, especially in any kind of decent new edition. “True Lies,” which has never been released on Blu-ray or in 4K, is one of those movies. Occasionally it flits around various streaming services but has yet to find a permanent home and so you have to grab it everytime it pops up. Like right now! “True Lies,” a loose remake of 1991 French farce “La Totale!” is one of Cameron’s more underappreciated triumphs – a sleek, very funny action movie where Arnold Schwarzenegger is a secret spy and Jamie Lee Curtis is his bored wife who finally uncovers the truth. While some of the sheen of the movie has worn off in the years since its release (particularly its unflattering portrayal of Middle Eastern stereotypes and allegations that the stunt coordinator molested a young Eliza Dushku), it still remains a kicky delight and captures a moment in time when Cameron was more concerned with characters than computer graphics. Now who wants to light the summoning circle for a 4K Blu-ray? – Drew Taylor

10 Cloverfield Lane


September 1, Paramount+

If you’re looking to celebrate spooky season early, director Dan Trachtenberg’s “10 Cloverfield Lane” sets the tone nicely. While the film is loosely connected to the “Cloverfield” franchise, it’s more of a contained thriller packed with twists and turns. Mary Elizabeth Winstead stars as a young woman who gets into a car crash and wakes up in an underground bunker, with a man (played by John Goodman) telling her he saved her from an even that has left Earth uninhabitable. She’s joined by another man, played by John Gallagher Jr., and together the trio try to live a life together all while the motives of each remains murky. After watching this, check out Trachtenberg’s latest film “Prey” also on Hulu! – Adam Chitwood


David Fincher’s magnum opus, “Zodiac” (which, it should be reiterated at every polite juncture, wasn’t nominated for a single Academy Award) charts the case of the Zodiac killer, a mysterious figure who only murdered a handful of people but whose mystique, thanks to frequent interactions with local press and the distribution of coded cyphers, would far outweigh his crimes. Fincher assembles an impressive cast (among them: Mark Ruffalo, Jake Gyllenhaal, Anthony Edwards, Robert Downey, Jr.) whose lives were either directly or indirectly impacted by the killer (Gyllenhaal plays a newspaper cartoonist who becomes consumed with uncovering the truth about the murders). Shot with what was then cutting-edge digital photography and visual effects techniques, Fincher stages historical moments with shocking accuracy; it’s less a recreation than a conjuring . And the movie’s mournful tone only adds to its power. Nobody ever caught the Zodiac. He still could be out there. Working on his puzzles. – Drew Taylor


September 1, Peacock

David Fincher and “Gone Girl” is a match made in heaven. This adaptation of the Gillian Flynn book of the same name is at once hilarious and thrilling, starting as a whodunit mystery thriller before morphing into a searing look into relationships and the masks we wear with our partners – and what happens when we get tired of wearing them. Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, Carrie Coon, Kim Dickens and Tyler Perry are expertly cast, with Affleck in particular turning in one of the best performances of his career. This one’s a hoot and a terrific date night movie. – Adam Chitwood

Psycho, Psycho II, Psycho III, Psycho ‘98


“Psycho II,” released more than 20 years after the original film and once again starring Anthony Perkins and Vera Miles, was the prototypical legacy sequel, inheriting bits from the Alfred Hitchcock classic while inventing new elements that would sustain future installments. It’s a pretty perfect sequel, even if you don’t buy that third act twist. Perkins is as committed as he was the first time around, Meg Tilly is terrific as the new Marion and Robert Loggia and Dennis Franz deliver colorful supporting performances. (Also Jerry Goldsmith’s score is outstanding without ever directly aping Bernard Herrmann, except, you know, when absolutely necessary.) “Psycho III” is even more lurid, with Perkins also handling directing duties and amping up the seediness considerably while continuing the story from “Psycho II” (he also furnishes the movies with some of the very best transitions). While “Psycho IV” is also a ton of fun (with Henry Thomas playing a younger Norman Bates) it’s sadly not coming to Peacock this month (Shout Factory put out a collection-worthy Blu-ray a few years ago), but at least we get Gus Van Sant’s underrated remake from 1998. This shot-for-shot “Psycho” makes some odd stylistic choices occasionally but it’s hard not to applaud it for sheer chutzpah. (Also, in the wake of Anne Heche’s tragic passing, it’s a nice tribute to her.) “Psycho” is one of Universal’s most prized possessions; it’d be nice to see them giving the entire franchise its proper due. Because every installment is killer. – Drew Taylor

Shaun of the Dead

Shaun of the Dead

The zombie genre was cooked, and then “Shaun of the Dead” came along. This “zom-rom-com” is lovingly crafted by filmmaker Edgar Wright, co-writer and star Simon Pegg and co-star Nick Frost as a comedic twist on – and tribute to – the zombie genre as Pegg and Frost play a pair of underachieving young men who find themselves battling a zombie apocalypse. To make matters worse, Pegg’s character Shaun is in the middle of a fight with his girlfriend. This is the film that put this trio on the map in a big way, and it remains a go-to favorite come Spooky Season. – Adam Chitwood


September 2, HBO Max

There’s very little middle ground when it comes to “Elvis,” Baz Luhrmann’s extravagant musical biopic. Either you fall in love with its aesthetic, which depicts Elvis (as portrayed by “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” star Austin Butler) as the puppet for a scheming Colonel Tom Parker (Tom Hanks), festooned with editorial flourishes and stylistic embellishments, or you think that its high drama is actually, somehow, both overwrought and undercooked. We very much fall into the camp of “Elvis” lovers, particularly in the movie’s first half, when Luhrmann really lets his freak flag fly. (There are times when the movie is genuinely overwhelming , in the best possible way.) Butler is a revelation, even if the movie’s unconventional structure occasionally forces him to play second-fiddle to Hanks’ sneering, Goldmember-like performance, which sees the actor caked in prosthetics and speaking with a bizarre accent. Even some of the more bizarre elements of the movie, like its ability to indulge in nearly every musical biopic cliché years after “Walk Hard” seemingly shattered those tropes, seem muted compared to all of “Elvis’” glittery accomplishments. – Drew Taylor

Elvis Baz Luhrmann

Lupin III: The First


September 2, Hulu

First, a brief refresher: “Lupin III” is a comic book character created by Japanese writer Kazuhiko Katō, who went by the pen name Monkey Punch. The charismatic, daredevil thief who claims to be the grandson of Arsène Lupin, a literary character created by Maurce Leblanc (and recently translated into a new Netflix series), has inspired countless adaptations and spin-offs (the best and arguably most well known is “The Castle of Cagliostro,” an early Hayao Miyazaki effort). But with “Lupin the III: The First,” the character was translated into uncharted territory – 3D animation. What makes the movie so fun is that writer/director Takashi Yamazaki did everything to maintain its essential anime-ness, while boldly pushing it into a new dimension (literally). This isn’t as easy as it sounds, even Studio Ghibli stumbled on their last effort, the CG-animated “Earwig and the Witch.” But with “Lupin III: The First,” it comes across as effortless; this is a big, cool animated adventure that you can’t help but love. Where is the sequel? – Drew Taylor

Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul


September 2, Peacock

If you’re looking for a good laugh, check out the new release “Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul.” On Peacock at the same time it’s in theaters, the comedy stars Regina Hall as Trinitie Childs – the proud first lady of a Southern Baptist megachurch, who together with her husband Pastor Lee-Curtis Childs (Sterling K. Brown), once served a congregation in the tens of thousands. But after a scandal forces their church to temporarily close, Trinitie and Lee-Curtis must reopen their church and rebuild their congregation to make the biggest comeback that commodified religion has ever seen. Daniel Kaluuya serves as a producer. – Adam Chitwood

Jurassic World Dominion (Theatrical and Extended Cuts)


One of the year’s biggest blockbusters is now streaming, as two different cuts of “Jurassic World Dominion” are available on Peacock. Crafted as a conclusive entry in the “Jurassic World” saga, the film brings back Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard’s characters in a new story that finds them battling a worldwide threat all while dinosaurs roam freely around the globe. The threat is so large that “Jurassic Park” actors Sam Neill, Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum are roped in to help. Your mileage may vary on how much you get out of this one, but it’s a kick to see the original characters back and there are certainly some cool dinosaurs on display. Word of advice: Opt for the extended version, which is a step up from the theatrical cut (and endorsed by co-writer/director Colin Trevorrow). – Adam Chitwood

Thor: Love and Thunder

movie release 16 september

September 8, Disney+

Ready to feel the thunder? Marvel Studios’ “Thor: Love and Thunder” follows the events of “Avengers: Endgame,” with Thor (Chris Hemsworth) paling around with the Guardians of the Galaxy (led by Chris Pratt) and attempting to figure out his place in the universe. All of his soul-searching is first interrupted and intensified by the reappearance of Jane (Natalie Portman), who is now wielding the power of Thor (and also dying of cancer). Together, they embark on an intergalactic journey to stop Gorr the God Butcher (Christian Bale) from wiping out all the gods (and throwing everything into chaos). Once again directed by “Thor: Ragnarok” filmmaker Taika Waititi, the emphasis is on being even more comedic and outrageous (there are some truly outsized visuals), only this time with a lovely emotional undercurrent. It barely hangs together, but it’s still a wild ride. – Drew Taylor

Pinocchio 2022

Round and round we go! The latest live-action remake of a beloved Disney animated feature isn’t just any animated feature, it’s arguably the greatest Disney animated feature of all time (at the very least it’s the best Disney animated feature that Walt himself supervised). But, you know, no pressure. This new “Pinocchio” is directed by Robert Zemeckis, who has recruited his frequent collaborator Tom Hanks to star as Geppetto, the kindly woodcarver who builds Pinocchio (voiced here by Ben Ainsworth). Keegan-Michael Key and Joseph Gordon-Levitt also provided voices, while Cynthia Erivo and Luke Evans make appearances. Based on the marketing materials, this looks like a zippy recreation, translating much of the jaw-dropping 2D animation into lush 3D while adding new flourishes (and probably deleting things like Pinocchio taking big puffs from a cigar). Once you get past the shock of an attempt to remake a certifiable classic, chances are “Pinocchio” will reveal its own delights. – Drew Taylor


September 16, Disney+

“Mija” follows which follows two daughters of undocumented immigrants navigating the music industry, serves as the inaugural film in a new Disney Original Documentary initiative. And as such, all eyes are on it.  The documentary premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, where it received rave reviews and was quickly acquired by Disney for its direct-to-consumer streaming platform Disney+. The debut feature from Emmy-nominated Mexican American Isabel Castro, “Mija” had an Oscar-qualifying theatrical run in early August. (That’s right, it’s going for that Oscar gold.) If “Mija” is even half as powerful as early audiences have made it out to be, this will be one to watch – both on the platform and come awards season. – Drew Taylor

movie release 16 september

September 16, Netflix

A clever twist on Hitchcock’s “Stranger on a Train,” the new Netflix release “Do Revenge” stars Maya Hawke (“Stranger Things”) and Camila Mendes (“Riverdale”) as a pair of high school students who seek to “do revenge” against each other’s enemies. Mendes is a popular girl whose life is upended with the release of a sex tape, while Hawke plays a transfer student who has to go to school with an old bully. The movie hails from writer/director Jennifer Kaitlyn Robinson who previously directed “Someone Great” and co-wrote “Thor: Love and Thunder.” – Adam Chitwood


September 16, Peacock

B.J. Novak’s feature directorial debut “Vengeance” is streaming on Peacock this month. Novak wrote, directed and stars in the film as a podcaster who travels from New York to West Texas to investigate the death of the girl he was hooking up with. Darkly funny, the Jason Blum-produced film also stars Issa Rae, Ashton Kutcher, Boyd Holbrook, Dove Cameron and J. Smith-Cameron. – Adam Chitwood


September 16, Prime Video

A contained spy thriller with a heck of a lead performance, “The Outfit” hails from Oscar-winning “The Imitation Game” writer Graham Moore who serves as writer and director on the story of an English tailor (played by Mark Rylance) who gets caught up in a mob war one night while working late in his shop on Saints Row. Zoey Deutch, Dylan O’Brien and Johnny Flynn co-star in the film which largely takes place in the same location, but is dripping with tension and packed with reveals. – Adam Chitwood


September 23, Netflix

The son of director Costa-Gavras (“Z,” “State of Siege”), Romain Gavras has grown from a music video wunderkind (with his memorable clips for artists like M.I.A. and Jay-Z and Kanye West’s Watch the Throne project) to one of international cinema’s most exciting modern filmmakers while holding firm to those pop sensibilities (he always has the coolest artists contribute to his scores). 2018’s “The World is Yours” felt like the filmmaker reaching a new plateau; it felt wholly original while still acknowledging its forebearers (the title is a reference to “Scarface”). It was one of the best films of that year but was unceremoniously dumped on Netflix. Hopefully the same fate doesn’t await “Athena.” While the logline and early marketing materials err on the side of the nebulous (“Hours after the tragic death of their youngest brother in unexplained circumstances, three siblings have their lives thrown into chaos”) but early word is that his scope has widened and his political edge sharpened. It’s not just one of the most anticipated movies of September – it’s one of the most anticipated movies of this year. – Drew Taylor

Allison Janney Lou

If you had “Allison Janney killing a guy with an empty can of soup” on your 2022 bingo card, congrats! “Lou” is the movie for you! In the 1980s Pacific Northwest, Jurnee Smollett (from “Lovecraft Country”) plays a single mom who teams up with Janney to find her kidnapped daughter, who has been taken by her estranged husband (Logan Marshall-Green). Together they seek out some very bad dudes. The trailer makes the movie looks like some gender-flipped, “John Wick”-adjacent fun but there’s some meat on “Lou’s” bones. J.J. Abrams produced the movie, and you know he loves a good mystery. Come to see Janney beat the hell out of dudes, stay for something altogether more intriguing. – Drew Taylor

The Call of the Wild


September 23, Disney+

“The Call of the Wild” had the misfortune of opening theatrically just a few days before the world shut down due to the coronavirus. It’s a shame, too, because the movie, a technologically savvy update of the Jack London novel, is a real treat – one that is ripe for rediscovery. As directed by Chris Sanders, an animation heavyweight who worked at Disney for a long time and directed “Lilo & Stitch” (with Dean DuBlois), the story of an incredibly gruff man (Harrison Ford) and the connection he forges with a puckish dog (mercifully computer-generated), this “Call of the Wild” has visual wit and zippy action set pieces. (The muscular screenplay was written by Michael Green, who wrote “Blade Runner 2049” and “Jungle Cruise.”) The online discussion of the realism of the dog is largely irrelevant; it, like the rest of the movie, works if you give into it. Just go on the adventure, would ya? – Drew Taylor

The Munsters


September 27, Netflix

Whew boy. Few trailers have generated the kind of discussion that the spot for Rob Zombie’s “The Munsters” did when it debuted online earlier this year. And honestly that trailer was bizarre and wonky, but given Zombie’s history as an adventurous and highly literate filmmaker, we’re hoping for the best here. “The Munsters” is based on the goofy, monster-themed sitcom that ran on NBC in the 1960s. If the trailer is truthful, Zombie has maintained a lot of that series’ kitschy aesthetic, serving as something of a prequel to the original show. While the cast isn’t exactly inspiring (it includes a bunch of Zombie regulars, including Jeff Daniel Phillips, Sheri Moon Zombie, Daniel Roebuck and Richard Blake), the idea of the director of “The Devil’s Rejects” taking on such an agreeably campy property certainly is. – Drew Taylor

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September 28, Netflix

A glitzy Netflix biopic of Marilyn Monroe sounds straightforward right? Well, not so fast. “Blonde,” adapted from the Joyce Carol Oates novel of the same name by Australian writer/director Andrew Dominik, is so provocative that the Motion Picture Associate gave it an NC-17 rating, a rating meant for explicitly adult material that has become synonymous with the X-ratings fancied by pornographers and grindhouse theaters. (It joins the ranks of “Showgirls,” “Blue is the Warmest Color,” Pedro Almodovar’s “Bad Education” and standup specials from Martin Lawrence and Andrew “Dice” Clay.) “Blonde” stars Ana de Armas as Marilyn Monroe, with Adrien Brody as Arthur Miller and Bobby Cannavale as Joe DiMaggio. Dominik’s close collaborators Nick Cave and Warren Ellis provide the movie’s score. Dominik hasn’t directed a narrative feature since “Killing Them Softly” which came out an entire decade ago. It’s been too long. Bring on the controversy.  – Drew Taylor

Hocus Pocus 2

movie release 16 september

September 30, Disney+

It’s finally happening. A proper sequel to the 1993 cult classic is actually here! And what’s more, “Hocus Pocus 2” (this time directed by “The Proposal” director Anne Fletcher) actually managed to reunite its trio of iconic stars – Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy – for this new supernatural adventure. (Doug Jones also returns as the undead Billy Butcherson.) Not much is known about the plot of this new outing, beyond the fact that “three high-school students must work together to stop the Sanderson sisters who have returned to present-day Salem.” But does that really matter? The gals are back, the camp will undoubtedly be turned up to 11, and if it’s even halfway decent you’ll probably watch it alongside the original every Halloween. As it should be. – Drew Taylor


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September 2022 Movie Releases

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September brings about the start of the Fall Movie Season, and it’s packed with films to watch in theaters and at home.

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The Best Movies and TV Shows to Watch in September 2023

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Whether you are looking for a new TV show to watch this September or looking for the best cinema releases this month, this guide will help you see the very best releases. This includes what's coming to streaming services, what's in cinemas and what to watch on popular streaming services such as Netflix, Disney+, Amazon Prime Video and Apple TV+.

In this complete guide for what to watch in September 2023 and where to watch it, you can find:

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Here are the 10 movies and TV shows coming to streaming services you need to know about.

The Changeling | Season 1 (Sept. 8 – Apple TV+)

Apple TV+ has been on a hot streak with great television shows. After the odd dystopian office vibes of Severance and this year’s mystery sci-fi Silo , the platform has proven itself capable of creating great dramas. The Changeling looks to be in the same vein. The show is a horror fantasy fairy tale featuring LaKeith Stanfield in the leading role as a man in search of his missing wife and child. The show is set in an alternate New York City and is created by the writer Kelly Marcel, known for writing Venom and Venom: Let There Be Carnage . The 8-episode series looks to be one of the most unique shows of the year with a special blend of spooky, surreal, and downright terrifying.

The Continental: From the world of John Wick | Season 1 (Sept. 22 – Peacock)

This three-part crime drama miniseries is a prequel to the John Wick movies. Focused on the infamous hotel that multiple assassins operate from, this series is told over three nights. Landing on the Peacock streaming service, The Continental looks set to be a gritty gripping drama. It features the acting talent of the legendary Mel Gibson who plays a character named Cormac and Colin Woodell who stars as a young Winston Scott. Portrayed in the John Wick movies by Ian McShane, Woodell portrays Winston as he tries to make his way through the New York City criminal underworld. Each episode is about 90 minutes long, making the show a kind of movie trilogy told in a series format. 

The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar (Sept 27. – Netflix)

For fans of the odd and colorful worlds of Wes Anderson, September is a treat. The director has teamed up with Netflix in order to release a movie adaptation of the Roald Dahl book of the same name. The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar is a short film that features a stellar cast. Benedict Cumberbatch stars as the main character Henry Sugar, who learns how to see without his eyes. Ralph Fiennes is confirmed to be starring Roald Dahl himself while Dev Patel, Ben Kingsley, Rupert Friend, and Richard Ayoade are also in the cast. The movie runs for an achingly short 39 minutes but what it lacks in screen time it makes up for in style. If the first images are anything to go by, this will be another beautifully crafted movie from America’s most famous indie filmmaker. 

Gen V | Season 1 (Sept. 29 – Amazon Prime Video)

After the crushing success of The Boys , a new spinoff superhero television show is here. Brace for impact because Gen V looks set to be both a violent and hilarious affair. This black comedy series sees a new group of superheroes in training at the Godolkin University of Crimefighting. The leading stars of the show are Jaz Sinclair and Lizzie Broadway who play Marie M. and Emma Shaw. But there is also space in the cast for Sean Patrick Thomas and Patrick Schwarzenegger who star as Polarity and Golden Boy. These young adults are not yet mature enough to use their powers responsibly so expect to see a lot of blood across the eight-episode first season of Gen V. 

Ahsoka | Season 1 (Sept 5. – Disney+)

Director Dave Filoni and leading star Rosario Dawson bring the Star Wars character Ahsoka to life in this ongoing adventure. Season 1 of Ahsoka features a great cast with mysterious identities and motives. Ray Stevenson and Ivanna Sakhno are starring in the roles of Baylan Skoll and Shin Hati, a pair of Dark Jedi who are seeking to facilitate the return of major villain Grand Admiral Thrawn. Facing them down is the legendary Jedi, Ahsoka Tano, and her padawan learner, Sabine Wren. The show will be streaming new episodes throughout September and as this Star Wars storyline unfolds, you won’t want to miss a single episode. 

Wrestlers | Season 1 (Sept 13. – Netflix)

The latest fascinating docuseries to hit Netflix this month without a doubt will be Wrestlers. The show is created by Greg Whitely, who fans will know from the documentaries Last Chance U and Cheer . Turning his attention to the entertaining sport of professional wrestling, this docuseries focuses on Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVF). Long considered an early stage for successful wrestlers who go on to the WWE, OVF is suffering from power struggles and financial hardship. Across eight episodes, the documentary looks into both the sport and the business. 

The Morning Show | Season 3 (Sept. 13 – Apple TV+)

Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon return for the third season of The Morning Show. With a new showrunner in the shape of Charlotte Stoudt and a new role for incoming actor Jon Hamm, Season 3 looks set to be a departure from what’s come before. The Morning Show (TMS) will be facing the arrival of a potential new investor as a tech titan shows interest in the network. This satirical drama has already been renewed for a fourth season but from the looks of the trailer for season 3, we can expect there to be lots of drama and romance to look forward to.

The Wheel of Time | Season 2 (Sept. 1 - Amazon Prime Video)

It is time for the second season of Amazon Prime’s epic fantasy action show, Wheel of Time. Rand faced down the Dark One at the end of the first season and learned that he is the Dragon Reborn. This revelation will be difficult for him to carry and the second season explores his psychology. Meanwhile, the Dark One grows in power and the Last Battle grows near. Rosamund Pike returns as Damodred while Daniel Henney, Joshua Stradowski, and Marcus Rutherford also all return for the second season. Showrunner for The Wheel of Time Season 2 is Rafe Judkins who oversaw the first season. 

Sex Education | Season 4  (Sept. 21 - Netflix)

Sex Education has been one of the most popular shows on Netflix. The British teen comedy-drama was created by Laurie Nunn. It is one of the most anticipated series releases this year. Asa Butterfield and Gillian Anderson return as mother and son Otis and Jean Milburn. Meanwhile, the new Doctor Who, Ncuti Gatwa is back as Eric. Emma Mackey returns as Maeve. With Moordale closing at the end of Season 3, it’s a new start for everyone. Expect more open and frank discussions about sex, maybe some closure in the Otis/Maeve relationship, and hopefully a bunch of new characters to bring some fresh energy to the series.

Spy Kids: Armageddon (Sept. 22 – Netflix)

Looking for some classic family-friendly watching? Look no further than Spy Kids: Armageddon. The movies that were so popular in the early 2000s are being rebooted by franchise creator Robert Rodriguez alongside his son Racer Max. With Zachary Levi and Gina Rodriguez on board in starring roles, the movie looks set to be an entertaining journey of espionage and action for the whole family. Expect a bunch of new gadgets to help the kids defeat the latest villain - a game developer who is intent on taking over the world by controlling technology. 

As always with Netflix you can find all manner of entertainment on the platform. If you’re a film-lover looking for something new, you can tune into the latest Wes Anderson movie. The Wonderful Life of Henry Sugar features an all-star cast including the likes of Benedict Cumberbatch, Dev Patel, and Ralph Fiennes. But if that sounds all too fancy, you can always tune into the family-friendly Spy Kids: Armageddon . Robert Rodriguez, director of the original Spy Kids movies returns to write and direct the reboot with his own son Racer Max. But if you’re looking for that true crime thrill, keep an eye out for Ice Cold: Murder, Coffee, and Jessica Wongso and dig into the mysterious story of cyanide poisoning.

Apple TV+ looks set to fall back on a fan-favorite with the release of The Morning Show Season 3 . The streamer is pretty confident in the Jennifer Anniston and Reese Witherspoon combination which sees both actresses looking refreshed and excited for a new challenge on screen. Meanwhile, you can also expect to see something new from Apple TV+ with the horror fantasy The Changeling . Headed up by LaKeith Stanfield, the show looks to be a mind-bending surreal series and a treat for fans of the fantasy-horror genre.

September looks to be an exciting month for Amazon Prime subscribers. The Wheel of Time is gearing up for a second season and from all of the trailers, it looks to be even more spectacular than the first. The show has already been renewed for a third season so fans can look forward to even more Wheel of Time. Meanwhile, The Boys spinoff Gen V is set to premiere at the end of the month. The show will take the blood-spattered satirical style and apply it in a high-school setting. The results will likely be bloodier and more brutal than ever. 

Best Disney+ movies and shows in September 2023

The latest Star Wars adventure show Ahsoka will be streaming throughout the month of September. Fans will be able to follow along as Rosario Dawson embodies one of the most popular and beloved characters in the whole of the Star Wars franchise. For fans of the animated show Star Wars: Rebels , this series will be particularly special as it carries over some storylines. But if Star Wars isn’t your thing, Disney+ will also be releasing The Little Mermaid on streaming this month. With Halle Bailey in the leading role, this live-action take on the classic Disney movie is a must-see.

Top picks for the theater this month | September 2023

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The Equalizer 3 brings Denzel Washington and Antoine Fuqua back together again. This third movie in the franchise takes Robert McCall to Southern Italy to face down the mafia in what looks to be his greatest challenge yet. The movie also features Dakota Fanning and Eugenio Mastrandrea in supporting roles. This action thriller will no doubt keep you on the edge of your seat.

A Haunting In Venice (Sept. 15)

Kenneth Branagh picks up another Agatha Christie mystery to bring to the big screen. This time, however, the movie is not just a simple murder mystery but includes elements of the supernatural as our protagonist Hercule Poirot investigates a murder at a seance. Tina Fey, Jamie Dornan, and Michelle Yeoh are among the supporting cast led by Kenneth Branagh who doubles as director of the movie. 

Saw X (Sept. 29)

John Kramer is back as Tobin Bell in Saw X. Set between Saw and Saw II, this movie takes fans of the franchise back to its early days and explores more about Jigsaw, the central villain of the series. After a risky cancer treatment turns out to be a phony scam, Kramer sets his sights on revenge. Shawnee Smith reprises her role as Amanda Young which should also ring alarm bells for Saw fans. This one is not for the faint of heart. 

The Creator (Sept. 29)

Gareth Edwards, director of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and Godzilla, returns to the big screen after a filmmaking hiatus. Taking on the topic of artificial intelligence he brings together a great cast led by John David Washington, Gemma Chan, and Ken Watanabe. Set during a war between AI and humankind, the main character Joshua is searching for the weapon that can end the war once and for all. But when he finds it everything he knows begins to unravel. 

September is going to be a great month for movies and TV. Keep an eye on the JustWatch Guide page for all the latest news as it comes in. You can also check the Popular page to find out what new shows and movies are coming to each streaming service. 

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Welcome to our monthly rundown of all the upcoming movies in September 2022.

Like August before it , September isn’t exactly teeming with big box office releases. We’re in that awkward transition period between the summer and the big end-of-year holiday months, after all, so all the really heavy hitters, like tentpole blockbusters and, of course, Marvel, are slated for release closer to Christmas. Still, streaming audiences remain pretty well served, and there at least a couple of reasons to keep an eye on.

Here’s what to look out for in theatres and at home throughout the month of September. Also note: This article will be regularly updated with new information, so keep checking back!

Upcoming movies in September 2022

Honk For Jesus. Save Your Soul – September 2

Barbarian – September 9

Brahmastra Part One: Shiva – September 9

The Woman King – September 16

See How They Run – September 16

Dark Harvest – September 22

Don’t Worry Darling – September 23

Smile – September 30

Bros – September 30

Burial – September 2

Tiny Cinema – September 2

The Harbinger – September 2

Gigi & Nate – September 2

One Way – September 2

Waiting for Bojangles – September 2

Peter Von Kant – September 2

After Ever Happy – September 7

Medieval – September 9

House of Darkness – September 9

Hockeyland – September 9

About Fate – September 9

Hold Me Tight – September 9

Speak No Evil – September 9 (NYC/LA)

Wolves of War – September 13

The Domain – September 13

The Retaliators – September 14

Riotsville, USA – September 16

Pearl – September 16

Moonage Daydream – September 16

God’s Country – September 16

The Silent Twins – September 16

Goodbye, Don Glees – September 16

Confess, Fletch – September 16

Bandit – September 23

Carmen – September 23

Catherine Called Birdy – September 23

Control – September 23

The Justice of Bunny King – September 23

Sidney – September 23

My Imaginary Country – September 23 (NY)

Running the Bases – September 26

Vesper – September 30

The Good House – September 30


Tiny Cinema – September 6

House of Darkness – September 13

From Where They Stood – September 13

The Munsters – September 27

Control – September 27

The Girl at the Window – September 27

End of the Road — Netflix

Love in the Villa — Netflix, September 1

Ivy & Bean — Netflix, September 2

Flight / Risk — Prime Video, September 9

Vampire Academy — Peacock, September 15

Speak No Evil — Shudder, September 15

I Used to be Famous — Netflix, September 16

Do Revenge — Netflix, September 16

Drifting Home — Netflix, September 16

Mija — Disney+, September 16

Heathers: The Musical — Roku, September 16

Meet Cute — Peacock, September 21

A Jazzman’s Blues — Netflix, September 23

LEGO Star Wars Summer Vacation — Disney+, September 23

On the Come Up — Paramount+, September 23

Blonde — Netflix, September 28

Argentina, 1985 — Prime Video, September 29

Rainbow — Netflix, September 30

Hocus Pocus 2 — Disney+, September 30

My Best Friend’s Exorcism — Prime Video, September 30

The Greatest Beer Run Ever — Apple TV+, September 30

What upcoming movie in September 2022 are you most looking forward to? Let us know in the comments below.

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‘The Kill Room,’ 'Cassandro,' ‘Flora and Son,’ ‘Dumb Money,’ and ‘The Nun II’ are also among September’s new movies.

Some say theaters are dying, but the incredible number of movie releases in September proves them wrong. With the summer preparing to say goodbye and spooky season around the corner, this month has many big releases for horror fans, including the highly-anticipated Saw X and The Nun II . This is also a month tailored for people willing to watch the latest adventures of their favorite action stars, with The Equalizer 3 and Expend4bles bringing explosions into theaters. From biopics such as Dumb Money and Cassandro , to the Samuel L. Jackson and Uma Thurman thriller The Kill Room and the comedy My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 , there’s something for everyone coming to theaters and streaming. Grab your popcorn and put fresh batteries in your remote! Let’s take a closer look at what movies will be hitting the big and small screens this September.

The Equalizer 3

Release Date: September 1 in Theaters

Denzel Washington is back for more action in The Equalizer 3 . Writer Richard Wenk and director Antoine Fuqua have joined forces again to close the trilogy after working together on the two previous movies about a former government assassin who declares a one-man war against the mafia. This time around, Washington will be killing bad guys in Southern Italy after discovering the place he chose to have a quiet retirement is under siege by a bloody criminal organization. The final chapter in The Equalizer film franchise also stars Dakota Fanning , David Denman , and Sonia Ammar .

All Fun and Games

All Fun and Games is the latest horror movie to turn childhood games into deadly competitions for survival. The movie follows a group of Salem teens who discover a cursed knife and release a terrifying demon with a twisted sense of humor. The movie is led by Sex Education 's Asa Butterfield and Stranger Things ' Natalia Dyer is directed by Ari Costa and Eren Celeboglu .


Jennifer Reeder 's latest horror film, Perpetrator , is a dark coming-of-age story in which a teenage girl finds out all the women in her family get strange gifts when they turn eighteen. Starring Kiah McKirnan and Alicia Silverstone , Perpetrator takes the anguish of feeling your body change to the next level, offering viewers a gruesome and surreal experience that also doubles down as a surprising high school comedy. Finally, as in Reeder’s previous movies, Perpetrator also echoes the director’s feminist sensibilities, exploring what it means to be a woman through the lenses of horror.

Release Date: September 8 in Theaters

The new chapter of the Conjuring franchise will see the return of Valak, a demon who takes the shape of a spine-chilling nun. Taking place in 19656, France, The Nun II will keep exploring the past of the demon before their fateful encounter with the Warrens in The Conjuring 2 . Bonnie Aarons returns as the titular Nun, with Taissa Farmiga also reprising her role of Sister Irene and Jonas Bloquet coming back as Frenchie. Newcomers to the franchise include Anna Popplewell , Katelyn Rose Downey , and Storm Reid . Akela Cooper , one of the people behind the horror hit M3GAN , wrote The Nun II script.

My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3

It’s rather unusual that romantic comedies get turned into a franchise, but My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 is the third chapter of the beloved film series about the Portokalos family's extravagant parties. After writing all the movies in the film franchise, Nia Vardalos is stepping in as director of My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 . Vardalos also stars as Toula Portokalos, the main character since the first movie. My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 also stars John Corbett , Elena Kampouris , Lainie Kazan , Andrea Martin , Gerry Mendicino , Maria Vacratsis , Louis Mandylor , and Joey Fatone .

A Haunting in Venice

Release Date: September 15 in Theaters

After the success of Murder on the Orient Express and Death on the Nile , Kenneth Branagh is back with yet another adaptation of a crime novel from Agatha Christie . A Haunting in Venice , based on her novel Hallowe'en Party , will follow Detective Hercule Poirot investigating a murder that happens during a séance in what promises to be the first horror installment of the franchise. Besides directing the movie, Branagh returns as Hercule Poirot. A Haunting in Venice ’s star-studded cast also includes Tina Fey , Jaime Dornan , Jude Hill , Kelly Reilly , and Academy-Award winner Michelle Yeoh .

Love at First Sight

Release Date: September 15 on Netflix

Love at First Sight adapts The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer E. Smith , a moving romance about two people falling in love in an airport and fighting to find each other again after this first fateful encounter. Starring Haley Lu Richardson and Ben Hardy as the starstruck couple, the movie also features Jameela Jamil as the narrator of the story. Vanessa Caswill directs the film adaptation from a script written by To All the Boys: Always and Forever 's Katie Lovejoy .

With Spencer , director Pablo Larraín told a critically acclaimed story about Princess Diana. With El Conde , the filmmaker leans over another historical figure: Chile's ruthless dictator Augusto Pinochet . Using horror and comedy to craft his political satire, El Conde imagines Pinochet as a centuries-old vampire who survived the end of his tyrant regime and has spent the last decades witnessing as the world turned against him. That’s why the vampire decides to die; a hard feat to achieve for a cursed immortal being. The movie stars Jaime Vadell as the vampire Pinochet, who co-wrote with Guillermo Calderón .

Release Date: September 15 in Limited Theaters

GameStop, one of the world's most popular chains of gaming stores, had a Wall Street-defying ascension in 2021, an episode that has already been explored in the book The Antisocial Network by Ben Mezrich and the Netflix documentary Eat the Rich: The GameStop Saga . Now, Dumb Money will turn the story into a biographical comedy-drama with a star-studded cast that includes Paul Dano , Seth Rogen , Sebastian Stan , and Pete Davidson . Craig Gillespie directed the project with Orange Is the New Black 's Rebecca Angelo and Lauren Schuker Blum serving as screenwriters.

Release Date: September 15 on Prime Video

Cassandro is an upcoming biopic about Mexican-American exótico luchador, Saúl "Cassandro" Armendáriz . Starring Gael García Bernal in an Oscar-winning performance , the movie tells the story of a gay amateur wrestler from El Paso who suddenly becomes an international star known as the “Liberace of Lucha Libre.” The movie is directed by Academy Award-winner Roger Ross Williams from a script he wrote with David Teague . Teague worked with Williams as an editor for Life, Animated , an animated documentary feature that received an Oscar nomination.


Release Date: September 22 in Theaters

After leading a group of gritty mercenaries for three movies, Sylvester Stallone gets ready to say goodbye to the role of Barney Ross in Expend4bles . The ensemble franchise is known for bringing the biggest action stars together to wreak havoc against criminals and gangsters. Also returning from previous installments are Jason Statham , Dolph Lundgren , and Randy Couture . Iko Uwais will play the film's villain Rahmat, a soldier turned into an arms dealer. Newcomers to the franchise include Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson , Megan Fox , and Andy Garcia . Expend4bles is directed by Scott Waugh from a script by Kurt Wimmer , Tad Daggerhart , and Max Adams .

Spy Kids: Armageddon

Release Date: September 22 on Netflix

Robert Rodriguez 's Spy Kids charmed families all over the world in the early 2000s. Now, Spy Kids: Armageddon is ready to introduce the wacky world of the franchise to a new generation. Zachary Levi and Gina Rodriguez join the reboot, and creator Robert Rodriguez is back as an actor, director, writer, and producer.

It Lives Inside

After making a buzz at film festivals, It Lives Inside comes to theaters to tell a horror story about getting in touch with your cultural background. The movie stars Megan Suri and Neeru Bajwa as two Indian-American high school students trying to fit in who must investigate their heritage after inadvertently releasing a dangerous supernatural threat. It Lives Inside is directed by Bishal Dutta , who also co-wrote the script with Ashish Mehta .

No One Will Save You

Release Date: September 22 on Hulu

Sci-fi thriller No One Will Save You puts a new twist on the home invasion trope by pitching the young and talented Kaitlyn Dever against dangerous aliens. Promising to mix Home Alone 's inventiveness with Alien 's anxiety-inducing atmosphere, No One Will Save You kicks off the spooky season for Hulu this month. The movie is written and directed by Brian Duffield , who recently delivered the Skull Island TV show to Netflix.

The Kill Room

Release Date: September 28 in Theaters

The Kill Room is an upcoming thriller comedy that marks the first reunion of Uma Thurman and Samuel L. Jackson since Pulp Fiction . Thurman plays the role of an art gallery owner who runs into some financial trouble and risks losing everything. To stay afloat, she strikes a deal with professional hitman Reggie Pitt ( Joe Manganiello ) and his boss, Gordon Davis (Jackson). The trio starts to laundry the money in the art gallery while Reggie begins to paint to make the business seem legitimate. The killer concept comes from writer Jonathan Jacobson , with Nicole Paone directing the project. It's also the first time Thurman shares the screen with her real-life daughter, Maya Hawke .

Flora and Son

Release Date: September 29 on Apple TV+

After Once , Sing Street , and Begin Again , John Carney returns with Flora and Son , yet another dramedy about how music connects us all. The story follows a single mother ( Eve Hewson ) who tries to channel the energy of her rebellious teenage son ( Orén Kinlan ) by letting him learn how to play the guitar with the help of a washed-up LA musician ( Joseph Gordon-Levitt ).

Release Date: September 29 in Theaters

Saw X is the tenth movie in the beloved horror franchise created by James Wan , in which a homicidal maniac forces his victims to face the errors of their actions by playing twisted games. The movie serves as a prequel of sorts, telling a story set between the second and third installments of the franchise. That allows Tobin Bell to reprise his role as John Kramer, aka the Jigsaw Killer. Also returning for Saw X is Shawnee Smith as Jigsaw’s victim-turned-protégé Amanda Young. Saw X also includes newcomers Renata Vaca , Paulette Hernandez , Joshua Okamoto , and Octavio Hinojosa.

PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie

Based on the beloved animated kids' series, PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie brings everyone’s favorite canine heroes to the big screen. In PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie , the pups get superpowers after a mysterious meteor falls in Adventure City, granting them the skills they need to fight crime. Unfortunately, the meteor also allows supervillains to rise, which means the pups will have to join forces to keep everyone safe. PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie hails from the same team behind PAW Patrol: The Movie , with Cal Brunker coming back to helm the sequel he wrote with Bob Barlen . The voice cast includes Mckenna Grace , Taraji P. Henson , Chris Rock , Kristen Bell , James Marsden , Serena Williams , and Kim Kardashian.

Release Date: September 29 on Netflix

Chloe Domont ’s feature debut as writer and director promises to make the temperature rise while exploring the complications of romantic relationships in the workplace. Fair Play is far from being a romance, though, as the drama-thriller is interested in navigating the twisted games people in power can play to keep their money and career status. Fair Play also intends to explore the historical gender inequality in certain professionals, showing how an affair affects women and men in very distinct ways. Fair Play ’s cast is led by Phoebe Dynevor and Alden Ehrenreich.

Dicks: The Musical

Coming from Larry Charles , the director of Borat , Dicks: The Musical promises to deliver exactly what you would imagine from that title: a musical comedy unlike anything you’ve ever seen. The movie stars writers Aaron Jackson & Josh Sharp as two self-obsessed businessmen who discover they are twins, leading to an unexpected family reunion. Dicks: The Musical began its life as a two-man stage show under the name F***ing Identical Twins , by Jackson & Sharp, before getting a movie adaptation. The musical also stars Megan Thee Stallion , Nathan Lane , Megan Mullally , and Bowen Yang as God.

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Amazon prime video’s new releases coming in november 2023.

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Brian Cox in 007 Road to a Million, Tyler Perry in Maxine’s Baby and BTS’ concert film Yet to Come.

Amazon originals like 007: Road to a Million, Maxine’s Baby: The Tyler Perry Story and part one of Invincible season two are just some of the titles hitting Prime Video in November.

Features like BTS: Yet to Come , Evil Dead Rise, 10 Things I Hate About You, 17 Again , Jurassic Park I and III , Just Go With It, several Fast and the Furious movies , The Fault in Our Stars and more will also be coming to the streamer this month.

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Maxine’s Baby: The Tyler Perry Story is a tender and intimate portrait of multihyphenate Tyler Perry , detailing his “harrowing but faithful road to the top of an industry that didn’t always include him,” reads the film’s official description. “Underneath this entertainment behemoth is a man working humbly to heal his childhood trauma by transforming his pain into promise.”

Season two, part one, of Invincible is based on the comic book by Robert Kirkman, Cory Walker and Ryan Ottley and follows the story of 18-year-old Mark Grayson whose father is the most powerful superhero on the planet. Still reeling from the events of season one, Mark struggles to rebuild his life as he continues to face new threats, according to the logline.

Below, check out the complete list of titles coming to Prime Video in November (and continue scrolling for all the titles that have hit the streamer this year).

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BTS: Yet To Come 007: Road to a Million

The Accused Trevor Wallace: Pterodactyl

Harina, El Teniente Versus El Cancelador Season 2

Accepted American Horror Story Season 11 Smokin’ Aces Smokin’ Aces 2: Assassins’ Ball

Amar É Para Os Fortes (Love Is For The Strong) Maxine’s Baby: The Tyler Perry Story Twin Love

Bye Bye Barry

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Elf Me LOL Season 3

Fantasy Football

A Good Person

Billions Season 5 Make Me Scream

Desperately Seeking Soulmate: Escaping Twin Flames Universe Totally Killer

Tale of the Nine Tailed

Missing Link Teen Titans Go! To the Movies

Copshop Mr. Dressup: The Magic of Make-Believe Renfield

Awareness The Greatest Show Never Made

The Burial Everybody Loves Diamonds

Half + Half Seasons 1-4 One On One Seasons 1-5

Polite Society

Sayen: La Ruta Seca Surrounded Upload Season 3

Shazam! Fury Of The Gods

Hot Potato: The Story of The Wiggles Zainab Johnson: Hijabs Off

Sebastian Fitzek’s Therapy

The Girl Who Killed Her Parents – The Confession

Book Club: The Next Chapter

One Shot: Overtime Elite

Single Moms Club

Sitting in Bars with Cake

Inside Kelce

Thursday Night Football

A Million Miles Away Wilderness Written in the Stars

A Thousand and One

Cassandro Guy Ritchie’s The Covenant

The Fake Sheikh

The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart

Bones and All Destination NBA: A G League Odyssey

The Killing Vote

2 Guns Red, White & Royal Blue

Cocaine Bear Of an Age

Harlan Coben’s Shelter New Bandits Unseen

The Black Demon

Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves Red Wayne Shorter: Zero Gravity

Champions Snowpiercer Women Talking

Camino A Marte Honor Society Volverte a ver

80 For Brady

Los Iniciados The Horror of Dolores Roach The Portable Door

The King’s Speech The Summer I Turned Pretty Season 2

Surf Girls Hawaii Till

Knock at the Cabin

Good Omens Season 2 Novela

Hardball Heaven Can Wait

An Unforgettable Year – Summer Deadloch Medellin Shiny Happy People: Duggar Family Secrets With Love Season 2

Crazy Rich Asians Sully TÁR

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Hot Tub Time Machine 2 Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan Season 4 The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water What If

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La Vida Despues del Reality

Academy of Country Music Awards

Zarna Garg: One in a Billion Comedy Special

The Ferragnez – The Series Season 2 The Three Drinkers In Cognac Season 3

Three Thousand Years of Longing

Hohlbeins’ – The Gryphon Violent Night

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On a Wing and a Prayer Gangs of Lagos

Ticket to Paradise

Alter Ego Big Bad Wolves Herbie Hancock: Possibilities Kill Me Three Times Life Itself The Quest of Alain Ducasse Whose Streets?

Greek Salad

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Dead Ringers Judy Blume Forever

Crazy Love Syrup

Daisy Jones & The Six The Pimp – No F***ing Fairytale

The Magnificent Seven

Secret Headquarters The Silent Twins The Visitor

Jackass Forever This Is Christmas

La Guzman Season 1

Men, Women & Children

Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris

Angel Flight Boy and the World Class of ‘07 Dom Swarm


Reggie Top Gun: Maverick

Big Trip 2: Special Delivery

American Renegades Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

Boss Season 1-2 But I’m a Cheerleader Enemies Closer Siberia The Power Tyler Perry’s Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor Zeros and Ones

Harlem Season 2 Paws of Fury: The Legend of Hank

Feb. 7 Beast Brian and Charles

Feb. 8 Are We Done Yet?

Feb. 9 Crank

Feb. 10 Somebody I Used to Know

Feb. 11 If I Stay

Halloween Ends

Feb. 17 Carnival Row Season 2 The Head of Joaquín Murrieta Three Thousand Years of Longing

Feb. 19 A Simple Favor

Feb. 21 Smile

Feb. 22 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014)

Feb. 24 The Consultant Die Hart

Jan. 3 Endeavour Season 8 Honk for Jesus, Save Your Soul.

Jan. 6 Jurassic World Dominion Cosmic Love France The Rig

Jan. 8 The Winter Palace

Jan. 10 Snitch

Jan. 13 Hunters Season 2 The Test Season 2

Jan. 15 An Officer and a Gentleman Man Who Shot Liberty Valance Road Trip The Steve Harvey Show Seasons 1-6

Jan. 17 Vengeance

Jan. 20 The Legend of Vox Machina Season 2

Jan. 21 Hercules (2014)

Jan. 27 The King’s Speech Shotgun Wedding

Jan. 31 Orphan: First Kill Nate Bargatze: Hello World

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From assassins to astronauts, here's what to watch this weekend

Michael Fassbender in The Killer

It's the weekend, and it's only getting darker and colder outside – which means it's time to kick back and settle down in front of the TV. This week, our recommendations include everything from David Fincher's new movie to a period romp, so there should be something for everyone.

Let's start with Fincher: The Killer , a new assassin drama starring Michael Fassbender, is now streaming on Netflix after a limited theatrical release last month. If you're looking for another movie to watch this weekend, there's also The 355 on UK Netflix, which is an espionage action-thriller with an all-star ensemble cast headed by Jessica Chastain.

As for TV, we're spoilt for choice. The Loki season 2 finale is now streaming on Disney Plus, while Nathan Fielder and Emma Stone star in the new dark comedy series The Curse on Paramount Plus. Apple TV Plus meanwhile has two new releases this week, too, with For All Mankind season 4 and The Buccaneers both premiering on the streamer. Plus, Australian comedy series Colin From Accounts has made its way over to the US via Paramount Plus. 

Available: Worldwide Watch now: Netflix

David Fincher's first movie since 2020's Mank , The Killer follows Michael Fassbender's nameless cold-blooded assassin, who begins to have a psychological crisis in a world with no moral compass and finds himself at the center of an international manhunt after a job goes wrong. Fincher re-teamed with Seven screenwriter Andrew Kevin Walker for The Killer and the film, which also stars Tilda Swinton, is based on the graphic novel series of the same name by Alexis Nolent and Luc Jacamon.

For more, check out our interview with cinematographer Erik Messerschmidt .

Loki season 2 finale

Available: Worldwide Watch now: Disney Plus

Time flies when you're slipping through it. Loki season 2 has now come to an end, with the finale hitting Disney Plus this past Thursday night (or Friday morning, if you're in the UK). With the God of Mischief (Tom Hiddleston) finally harnessing his time-slipping abilities at the end of episode 5, he's doing everything in his power to save Mobius (Owen Wilson), OB (Ke Huy Quan), and the rest of the TVA – but he may have some difficult decisions to make along the way. And, of course, there's the case of He Who Remains…

For All Mankind season 4

Available: Worldwide Watch now: Apple TV Plus

After a stint in the '90s for season 3, For All Mankind has jumped forward another decade in season 4. We're now in 2003, and the Happy Valley base on Mars is now concerned with mining mineral-rich asteroids – but tensions at the base are still simmering under the surface. Joel Kinnaman, Jodi Balfour, Krys Marshall, and Cynthy Wu return for the show's fourth outing, while new cast members include Daniel Stern and Toby Kebbell. The season premiere is available to stream now, with subsequent episodes releasing every Friday. 

Available: Worldwide Watch now: Paramount Plus

Emma Stone and Nathan Fielder star in The Curse, a new comedy series co-created by Fielder and Uncut Gems ' Benny Safdie. It follows Asher (Fielder) and Whitney (Stone), a married couple making an HGTV show where they build "eco-conscious" housing in a New Mexico town. However, their gentrification efforts are blighted when they're cursed by a local girl, but the show must go on… The first episode premieres this Sunday, with the rest of the episodes dropping weekly every Sunday on Paramount Plus and Showtime. 

The Buccaneers

While we wait for Bridgerton season 3 to arrive on our screens, Apple TV Plus has us covered for all our period romp needs. Based on the unfinished novel by The Age of Innocence author Edith Wharton, the series follows a group of young American women in the 1870s who are sent to London to secure husbands – and a culture clash ensues. The first three episodes are streaming now, with the rest of the season releasing in weekly installments every Wednesday. 

Colin From Accounts

Available : US Watch now: Paramount Plus

Need a new comedy series to binge? Enter Aussie rom-com Colin From Accounts. Co-created, co-written, and co-starring Harriet Dyer and Patrick Brammall, the duo play Ashley and Gordon, two dysfunctional strangers living in Sydney who are thrown together by fate and vet bills after they inadvertently cause a car accident that injures a dog. The show started streaming on BBC iPlayer earlier this year and has now made its way across the pond to the US. Season 2 is already in the works, too.

Available: UK Watch now: Netflix

Jessica Chastain stars in action-thriller The 355 from X-Men writer-producer Simon Kinberg. She plays Mace, a CIA agent gone rogue, recruiting an all-female team to help her put a stop to a cyber terrorist group. Her fellow agents are played by an A-list ensemble cast that includes Lupita Nyong'o, Penélope Cruz, Diane Kruger, and Fan Bingbing. The name of the movie is a reference to ‘Agent 355’, the code name of a female spy during the American Revolution whose identity is still unknown.

If there's nothing here that tickles your fancy, then you might have to start looking into each streaming service's back catalogue, which can be a daunting task given how many titles they each host. Fear not, though... if you're a TV fan, then we've got you covered with our lists of the best Netflix shows , best Disney Plus shows , and the best Amazon Prime Video shows . 

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Haikyu!! Final Film’s Trailer Reveals Director/Writer, Release Date Set for February 16

Posted: September 25, 2023 | Last updated: November 15, 2023

At the Haikyu!! Festa 2023 event, the staff of the Haikyu!! the anime series revealed the trailer and teaser poster for “Gekijōban Haikyu!! Gomi Suteba no Kessen” (Haikyu!! the Movie: Decisive Battle at the Garbage Dump), which is the first film of the two-part Haikyu!! Final sequel film project. The trailer introduced the film’s director, […]

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