In The Heights is a film fit only to be seen on the big screen. Despite it being only the second big release this summer, there is no doubt that In The Heights will be drawing in moviegoers through Labor Day. It’s the reason why theaters exist.
After The Croods: A New Age surprised the country by becoming the longest running film during the pandemic, Dreamworks Animation’s follow-up is akin to seeing Eminem in concert and then a few months later showing up only to find the M&Ms performing in his place. Spirit Untamedis so disappointing that it should theaters pause on whether it was worth re-opening.
Cruella (2021) is rated PG-13 for super minor swears, people falling from cliffs, crimes against bystanders, dog napping, boozing it up, and characters being chased by dogs with cgi-animated snarls.
The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It (2021) is Rated R for people getting stabbed, totems made from bones, medical emergencies, children in grotesque positions, lots of screaming, suicide, cultists, and the usual gruesome face altering than can only come from demonic possession.
The 100 Candles Game(2020) is unrated, but it’s direct to video on demand, so call it a soft R with lots of blood, stabbing, demons, child endangerment, creepy kids, exorcism, lots and lots and lots of swears
A Quiet Place Part II (2021) is rated PG-13 for aliens, car crashes, bus crashes, people being eaten, people being snatched off of roads, legs in bear traps, near drownings, explosions, crying babies, alien ear anatomy, and bludgeoning.
Spiral: From the Book of Saw (2021) is rated R for people getting hit with trains, fists, and projectile glass, finger-ectomies, orphaned human flesh, broken bones, lots of shootings, lots of blood, rotting pigs, and a marionette that could never be Billy. If you’re still a little raw from the recent spate of real cops acting bady, maybe sit this one out. It’s not the closure you’re expecting.
The Banishing (2020) is streaming exclusively on Shudder and is unrated, but give it a solid R for the stabbings, the cellar sexytimes, the country road beatings, and lots of screaming in the last 20 minutes.
Wrath of Man is Rated R for swears, and lots and lots of gunplay. People get shot a lot.
Movie Reelist is thrilled to announce that we are giving away five PVOD rental codes of Voyagers to our Michigan readers. Voyagers is in theaters now & PVOD starting April 30th.
Movie Reelist is thrilled to announce that we are giving away two PVOD Rental Codes of Nobody to our Michigan readers. Nobody is in theaters now & PVOD starting April 16th.
The big balls are back, baby! ‘I like big balls, and I cannot lie’ would have been a more fun pilot title, but what’s most important is that America’s favorite obstacle course competition series Wipeout is back with TBS’s reboot of the late 2000’s hit game show. Wipeout airs Thursdays at 9/8c on TBS, with the debut episode set to air on April 1st.