Their releases might be limited, but the selection isn’t this weekend as 9 films hit theaters.
The bad news is that we don’t get a wide release film this weekend. The good news is that we get a ton of limited release films, all of which look way better than The War with Grandpa. So I guess we can go ahead and call this a win-win…especially since we get some crazy chop socky with, of course, Nicolas Cage?
Limited Release (Nov. 13)
1840s England, acclaimed but overlooked fossil hunter Mary Anning and a young woman sent to convalesce by the sea develop an intense relationship, altering both of their lives forever
Chick Fight (also available Home Theatrical)
When Anna Wyncomb is introduced to an underground, all-female fight club in order to turn the mess of her life around, she discovers she is much more personally connected to the history of the club than she could ever imagine.
A look at the friendship between two guys that spans over many years.
Come Away (also available Home Theatrical)
When their eldest brother dies, Peter and Alice seek to save their parents from despair until they are forced to choose between home and imagination, setting the stage for their iconic journeys into Wonderland and Neverland.
Divine Love (also available Home Theatrical)
A woman uses her bureaucratic job to convince divorcing couples to stay together is utterly committed to getting pregnant by her husband in a future of dance parties, ritualistic orgies and fundamentalist Christianity.
A teenager’s adventures as a bounty hunter take an unexpected twist.
Echo Boomers (also available Home Theatrical)
Based on a true story, five college graduates decide the best way to get back at the unfair economy and live the life they’ve always wanted is to steal from Chicago’s richest and give to themselves.
After swapping bodies with a deranged serial killer, a young girl in high school discovers she has less than 24 hours before the change becomes permanent.
A new Sci-Fi Martial Arts franchise from Dimitri Logothetis, Director/Producer of Kickboxer: Retaliation, featuring Nicolas Cage and Tony Jaa.
*Staff Pick: You thought I was going to pass up a martial arts movie with Tony Jaa AND Nicolas Cage? You need to stop taking whatever it is that Nicolas Cage needs to stop taking!
Home Theatrical (Nov. 13)
Action USA (Kino Marquee and Alamo At Home)
Turns out a stuntman-turned-filmmaker unleashed the most explosive, death-defying, bullet-riddled, grenade-launching, flame-broiled, anti-human megattack in independent film history — shot in Texas – back in 1989, and no one knew… UNTIL NOW.
Queen of Hearts: Audrey Flack
Octogenarian artist Audrey Flack has always been a trailblazer. Watch an intimate portrait of her life and work, as she returns to her canvas for the first time in decades, revealing her longtime struggles as an artist and mother to find her rightful place in the art world.
Video on Demand (Nov. 13)
All Joking Aside
Charlie isn’t your average twenty-one year old. Inspired by her late father’s unrealized ambitions, she wants nothing more in life than to be a stand-up comic, and is equal parts thrilled and terrified by the fact that she’s finally old enough to get into a comedy club and actually try her material in front of paying customers. When she learns that her first heckler was a former comedy genius, she decides to enlist his unenthusiastic help.
Set-in Ireland during the mid-90’s, Eddie and Amber decide to stage a relationship in order to stop everyone speculating about their sexuality. Eddie is keen to follow his Dad into the military, while Amber dreams of moving to the liberal hub of London. However, their ‘ideal’ arrangement begins to fall apart, forcing Eddie deeper into denial as Amber realizes that a perilous future awaits her best friend unless she intervenes.
Tillie Gardner’s (India Eisley) summer romance with local cab driver Niko (K.J. Apa) before starting college is helping her cope with the tragic death of her parents in a private plane crash a few weeks earlier. Too bad she doesn’t know yet he is the brother of the terrorist who actually sabotaged the plane, and who is also involved with a plot to bomb the annual Fourth of July beach celebration on Nantucket Island. Can she gather herself and her wits together and discover his dark secret in time and prevent a terrible massacre?
*Staff Anti-pick: If you’ve ever been in an intro to screenwriting class, you’ve read this script. Likely from the guy currently leading in the vote tally for “least likely to produce a successful screenplay.” Avoid.
‘DERELICTS’ introduces us to a dysfunctional family on Thanksgiving Day. From the over-sexed grandparents, to the squabbling siblings and an emotionless husband who seems uninterested in touching his wife – all appears normal for this particular household. That is until a gang of vicious vagrants invades their home, not only to cause havoc, pain and even death but also laying bare everyone’s faults and inhumanity while exposing some deeper family secrets along the way.
A revolution in medicine is happening as we move from treatments to cures for some of the most vexing diseases known to humanity, including cancer, leukemia, lymphoma, HIV/AIDS, paralysis, blindness, and more. The timely documentary Ending Disease follows ten patients using stem cell and CAR T therapy to treat a variety of debilitating illnesses and injuries.
On her graduation night, Charlotte learns her first love has returned to her small Georgia town for the first time since vanishing the year before, in the midst of an awful trauma in her life.
But on that night, a girl her age is found dead – and then another.
Something terrible has arisen in this place, and as her final summer speeds towards a nightmarish conclusion, Charlotte gets the unshakeable feeling that somehow it is coming for her – in ways more troubling than she could ever know.