Movies! They’re out.
Pyewacket is a Canadian thriller starring starring Laurie Holden and Nicole Muñoz. A teenage girl puts a curse on her mother she soon regrets.
I Kill Giants, based on the graphic novel of the same name, is a thriller about a young woman who uses an elaborate fantasy world to survive her day-to-day life. Zoe Saldana stars.
Midnight Sun is a teen drama about a girl suffering from a rare light allergy (like in The Others!) who falls in love with a normal boy.
Sherlock Gnomes is an animated film positing that garden gnomes are real. (This is a sequel to 2011’s Gnomeo & Juliet.)
Back to Burgundy is a French drama about who repairs his relationship with his siblings while trying to save the family vineyard.
A Bag Of Marbles is a French novel based on the 1974 novel. The biopic is about the flight of a Jewish man from Nazi-occupied France.
Isle of Dogs is a stop-motion film from Wes Anderson about a 12-year-old boy who propels himself to the Isle of Dogs to find his pup after Japan banishes local canines to a trash island.
Unsane stars Claire Foy as a woman committed against her will. (Maybe?) The film is directed by Hollywood quitter Stephen Soderbergh.
Flower is a wild teen film?
The Endless is a horror film about two brothers who return to the cult they fled.
Hulu releases the documentary March of the Penguins 2: The Next Step
From Netflix we have Alexa & Katie, Dinotrux Supercharged, Game Over, Man!, Layla M., The Mechanism, Requiem, Roxanne Roxanne, Santa Clarita Diet, and SWORDGAI.