Coming Soon Trailers: The Rhythm Section, Gretel & Hansel.

Coming Soon Trailers: The Rhythm Section, Gretel & Hansel.

A revenge thriller and a horror fairy tale adaptation light up the big screen this week.

Context is going to matter a lot this week. If you haven’t seen any promo material, our two new wide release films could be about anything. Gretel & Hansel sounds a lot like the horrendous Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters that stank up box offices in 2013. The Rhythm section sounds like another artsy music drama, a la Whiplash. Surprise! The former is a creepy horror movie and the latter is a “wronged woman out for revenge” flick!

Coming Soon Trailers: The Rhythm Section, Gretel & Hansel.
Mercifully, not a sequel to this crap fest.

At home, seven new films hit streaming services.

Wide Release.

Gretel & Hansel.

A grim re-imagining of the famous Brothers Grimm’s fairy tale. Starring Sophia Lillis (IT Chapter 1 and 2.)

The Rhythm Section.

A woman (Blake Lively) reeling from the loss of her family in a plane crash becomes bent on vengeance when she learns the crash was no accident.

Video on Demand.

The Siren.

A man searches for the mythological monster that killed his husband.

Appiness.

A laid-off corporate cog and his techie friend create an app based start-up, with all the highs and lows associated.

Get Gone.

A group of hoax busters stumble upon a dangerous feud between an drilling company and a secretive family illegally squatting on prime real estate.

Afterward.

This documentary weaves together stories of modern day fascism with the legacy of horrific nationalist violence from Germany to Palestine.

Toxic Beauty.

A documentary about the chemicals found in common beauty products, and the corporations behind them.

Goalie.

A dramatic biopic about professional hockey goalie, Terry Sawchuck, who racked up 103 shutouts, sacrificing his body in the era before modern protective gear.

Miss Americana (Netflix).

A behind-the-scenes look at Taylor Swift.

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