The next time you sit down to a game night with your in-laws and think, “Ugh, just kill me,” be careful what you wish for.
When Grace (Samara Weaving, THE BABYSITTER) marries Alex (Mark O’Brien, BAD TIMES AT THE EL ROYALE), she takes comfort in knowing they won’t spend much time with his wealthy, mean-spirited family of board game tycoons. But when the whole family settles in to play a game on her wedding night, she learns just how twisted this family really is.
You’ll laugh and gasp in equal measure as bold, badass Grace takes on a bunch of spoiled rich kids in an ornate mansion straight out of CLUE in the deadliest game of hide and seek ever. With black humor and gruesome violence (and a killer supporting cast, including Andie MacDowell and Adam Brody), READY OR NOT takes family game night to vicious new territory.
The last female beehunter in Europe must save the bees and return the natural balance in Honeyland, when a family of nomadic beekeepers invade her land and threaten her livelihood. This film is an exploration of an observational Indigenous visual narrative that deeply impacts our behavior towards natural resources and the human condition.
The master storytellers at Disney breathe new life into one of their most beloved tales with this modern, visually dazzling spin on THE LION KING.
Led by Donald Glover as Simba and Beyoncé as Nala, the film features an all-star voice cast. Whether you're laughing at Timon and Pumbaa (Billy Eichner and Seth Rogen) or crying over Mufasa (who could only ever be voiced by James Earl Jones), you'll fall in love with your favorite characters all over again.
Featuring photorealistic, cutting-edge computer animation, director Jon Favreau retains the heart and drama of the story you love while crafting a heightened level of spectacle that will capture the imagination of a whole new generation.
Dark, disturbing, and laugh-out-loud funny, director Riley Stern’s SXSW breakout has all the makings of an instant cult classic. With a perfect balance of off-kilter comedy and twisty thriller, THE ART OF SELF DEFENSE is what would happen if Charlie Kaufman wrote FIGHT CLUB. Or if Yorgos Lanthimos directed KARATE KID. Plus, dachshunds.
Jesse Eisenberg (THE SOCIAL NETWORK) is perfectly cast as Casey Evans, a timid bookkeeper who joins a strip mall dojo after getting attacked on the street by a roving motorcycle gang. With guidance from his alpha-sensei (Alessandro Nivola, YOU WERE NEVER REALLY HERE) and hardcore brown belt Anna (Imogen Poots, GREEN ROOM), Casey enters an absurdly hyper-masculine world full of mind games, dark secrets, and heavy metal.
A biting satire on toxic masculinity, THE ART OF SELF DEFENSE takes a thoughtful look at traditional values of manhood – violence, emotional reticence, not petting your dog – and then proceeds to roundhouse kick them squarely in the face.
Everyone deserves a break once in a while. And after everything he’s been through in recent years, Peter Parker (Tom Holland, AVENGERS: ENDGAME) is ready to temporarily hang up his Spidey suit and just enjoy being a kid. Unfortunately for him, the forces of evil don’t take vacation.
Peter and some of his classmates embark on a school trip to Europe, a getaway that’s supposed to be all about sightseeing, goofing off with his friend Ned (Jacob Batalon, SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING), and perhaps a bit of innocent flirting with MJ (Zendaya, SMALLFOOT). But when mysterious elemental creatures begin to wreak havoc across the continent, Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson, CAPTAIN MARVEL) calls on Peter to suit up.
The team that brought you HOMECOMING reunites for SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME, infusing it with the same sense of adventure, humor, and heart as that film, while also introducing an air of intrigue with Spider-Man’s enigmatic new ally, Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal, VELVET BUZZSAW). It’s a bad trip for Peter that promises to be a fun ride for all of us.