Coming Soon Trailers: The Curse of La Llorona.

Coming Soon Trailers: The Curse of La Llorona.

Coming Soon Trailers: The Curse of La Llorona.

We get another spin-off from the Conjuring franchise in wide release, as well as two Wednesday early premiers.

The final weekend before Avengers has everyone scrambling to fill a niche.  We get a nature documentary and a faith-based drama releasing early on Wednesday, and the latest Conjuring horror flick drops on Thursday.  On the home front, we get six new films releasing on streaming.  The Man Who Killed Don Quixote arrives on the rental market after a one day theatrical release.  For those gearing up for Easter, we get a star studded retelling of the story of Mary Magdalene featuring Rooney Mara and Joaquin Phoenix, directed by Oscar nominee Garth Davis (Lion).

Coming Soon Trailers: The Curse of La Llorona.
Happy Easter!

Early Release.

Breakthrough.

After falling through the ice and being clinically dead, a child makes a miraculous recovery thanks to his mother’s faith.

Penguins.

A docu-drama about penguins from Disney.

Wide Release.

The Curse of La Llorona.

A widow and her family is stalked by the ghost of La Llorona, “the Weeping Woman.”  Along with a priest who has lost his faith, she battles the child stealing specter.

Video on Demand.

Master of Dark Shadows.

A documentary about the TV series Dark Shadows, which broke ground as a horror/fantasy anthology aimed at mainstream audiences.

Mary Magdalene.

The story of the most famous female disciple of Jesus.

Someone Great (Netflix).

An aspiring journalist lands a dream job across the country in California, but it causes her longstanding relationship to disintegrate.  On the eve of her move from NYC, she gathers her two best friends for a final farewell weekend in the Big Apple.

Daddy Issues.

Maya is a young, queer artist who falls in love with (and cyber stalks) a sexually fluid fashion designer.  When she finally meets her crush, she finds that Jasmine is entangled in a relationship with a doctor/sugar daddy, which leads trouble all around.

The Man Who Killed Don Quixote.

A troubled director (Adam Driver) returns to the remote Spanish town where he filmed a daring adaptation of Don Quixote, only to find that his star (Jonathan Pryce) still believes he is actually Don Quixote.

Red Joan.

A widow (Judi Dench) has her retirement shattered when the British secret service accuse her of being a Russian spy.  As she is interrogated, we witness her extraordinary life – from her academic work at Cambridge working on the atomic project, to her tumultuous affair with a political radical.  Based on a true story.

 

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