Coming Soon Trailers: Trolls World Tour.

Coming Soon Trailers: Trolls World Tour.

Theatrical-at-Home nets a few big fish as streaming continues to adapt to closed theaters.

When theaters originally shuttered due to Covid-19, April 10th looked to be the tentative return date. That’s clearly not going to happen, but a few films slated for theater release this weekend are choosing to hit streaming instead of push back their premiers. It’s joined by Saint Frances, which had a limited theatrical release cut short in late February, and Alamo-at-Home horror comedy Porno.

Coming Soon Trailers: Trolls World Tour.
Stay home, rock out.


April 9.

Beanpole (Kino Marquee).

In post-WWII Leningrad, two women, Iya and Masha (Viktoria Miroshnichenko and Vasilisa Perelygina), intensely bonded after fighting side by side as anti-aircraft gunners, attempt to readjust to a haunted world.

Saint Frances (Alamo-at-Home, Grand Illusion Cinema).

Flailing thirty-four-year-old Bridget (Kelly O’Sullivan) finally catches a break when she meets a nice guy and lands a much-needed job nannying six-year-old Frances (Ramona Edith-Williams). But an unwanted pregnancy introduces an unexpected complication.

Sorry We Missed You (Grand Illusion, Kino Marquee).

Ricky, a former laborer, and his home-attendant wife Abby—who lost their home in the 2008 financial crash—are desperate to get out of their financial distress. When an opportunity comes up for Ricky to work as his own boss as a delivery driver, they sell their only asset, Abby’s car, to trade it in for a shiny new white van and the dream that Ricky can work his way up to someday owning his own delivery franchise.

April 10.

Porno (Alamo-at-Home).

Abe is a burgeoning perv with a guilty conscience. Todd is Abe’s spazzed out BFF and partner in grime. Chaz is a girl with a boy’s name who hides her feelings behind a thick layer of goth eyeliner. Ricky is the star jock with a secret in his pants he dare not expose. What these uptight dweebs could never have guessed is that the wholesome movie theater they work at used to have a lot more than just gum stuck to the seats.

Trolls World Tour.

Poppy and Branch discover that there are six different troll tribes scattered over six different lands. Each tribe is also devoted to six different kinds of music — funk, country, techno, classical, pop and rock. When rockers Queen Barb and King Thrash set out to destroy the other music, Poppy and Branch embark on a daring mission to unite the trolls and save the diverse melodies from becoming extinct

Video on Demand.

April 7.

Agatha and the Truth of Murder.

Agatha Christie (Ruth Bradley), a young mystery novel writer, sets out to help solve a real-life murder case when a wealthy woman is found bludgeoned to death. With the help of the murdered woman’s lover (Pippa Haywood), she assumes a disguise and a trap is set for the suspects. But she soon discovers that real-life cases are harder to solve, and this killer is far more cunning and dangerous than her fictional creations.

The Perished.

Shunned by her parents and dumped by her boyfriend, Sarah Dekker is left alone to deal with the trauma of abortion. As she recovers at an old parochial house, a grave site for unborn babies, Sarah is tormented by the spirits of the perished, as they seek for a mother.

What You Gonna Do When The World’s On Fire?

Weaving masterfully between four wrenching story lines in New Orleans, the film observes Judy Hill, who strives to keep her family and friends afloat (financially, as much as emotionally) as her bar is threatened; the two young brothers Ronaldo and Titus, whose neighborhood is plagued by violence; Kevin, the Big Chief of the Indian tradition of Mardi Gras, who is keeping the cultural heritage of his people alive; and The New Black Panthers, who carry out a door-to-door people’s investigation of a killing attributed to white supremacists.

Impact Event.

After a meteor causes a global apocalypse, a small group of survivors takes refuge in an abandoned fun house and must fight off cannibalistic killers.


ROOTWOOD follows two students who host ‘The Spooky Hour’, a podcast about paranormal phenomena and urban legends. When they are hired by a Hollywood film producer to shoot a horror documentary about the curse of The Wooden Devil, they smell their chance to become famous. Together, with their friend, they enter Rootwood Forest and investigate the area to find out the truth about The Wooden Devil and his victims.

A Kid From Coney Island.

Coney Island, New York is famous for a few things: Feltman’s of Coney Island, Spike Lee’s He Got Game, and a kid from the housing projects named Stephon Marbury. A boy, who at the ripe age of 5, was told that he was going to the NBA. He had the weight of the world on his shoulders given that his three older brothers, who were elite basketball players in college, never made pro. For Stephon, there was no choice, but to redeem his family name and build a legacy in the sport of basketball, globally, but not without its downfalls…

Dead By Dawn.

A suicidal man in a remote cabin is suddenly faced with protecting a kidnapped woman from three killers and their sadistic games. Unable to contact the outside world and with night falling, he falls backs on creating traps to prevent the criminals from gaining entry. It’s a fight to the death where only the strongest will survive until dawn.

About A Teacher (Amazon Prime).

Inspired by the filmmaker’s real-life experiences as an inner-city high school film teacher, Hanan (played by Dov Tiefenbach) enters the profession oblivious to the actual demands of teaching, and unaware of his own shortcomings and biases.

She’s Allergic to Cats.

Michael Pinkney (Pinkney) is a dog groomer living in a rat-infested Hollywood dive with dreams of a bigger creative life. His current ambition is to raise funding for an all-cat remake of Carrie. One day on the job, he meets Cora (Kinski) the girl of his dreams. Easily distracted, creatively in knots and now in some sort of love, Michael’s about to embark on a whole new dangerous trip.

Close Encounters of the Fifth Kind.

In the film, Dr. Greer presents the most dangerous information that the architects of secrecy don’t want you to know: how forgotten spiritual knowledge holds the key to humans initiating contact with advanced ET civilizations.

Oh boy, I’m sure this is going to be full of “facts”…

April 10.

Sea Fever (Dust).

Siobhán’s a marine biology student who prefers spending her days alone in a lab. She has to endure a week on a ragged fishing trawler, where she’s miserably at odds with the close-knit crew. But out in the deep Atlantic, an unfathomable life form ensnares the boat. When members of the crew succumb to a strange infection, Siobhán must overcome her alienation and anxiety to win the crew’s trust, before everyone is lost.


Based on true events and set in New York City, TAPE is the story of two aspiring actresses (Isabelle Fuhrman and Annarosa Mudd) who cross paths with the darker side of the entertainment industry.

We Summon The Darkness.

On the way to a heavy metal concert, Alexis (Alexandra Daddario) and two girlfriends hear a news report of a local murder believed to be tied to a series of satanic killings. After the show, the girls invite three guys to join them at the estate owned by Alexis’s father, a fire-and-brimstone preacher (Johnny Knoxville). What starts as a party suddenly turns dark and deadly in this devilishly entertaining thriller.

Stray Dolls.

Leaving India behind to break with a life of petty crime, Riz (Geetanjali Thapa) arrives stateside and gets a housekeeping job at the decidedly landlocked Tides Plaza Motel. Its manager Una (Cynthia Nixon) houses and employs several other young people in dire straits, including Dallas (Olivia DeJonge), Riz’s new roommate. When Riz is forced to steal from one of the motel rooms, she inadvertently sets off a series of violent events and becomes entangled in a web of crime.

Tigertail (Netflix)

In this poignant multi-generational drama, Pin-Jui (Hong-Chi Lee) is a free-spirited yet impoverished young Taiwanese factory worker, who makes the difficult decision to leave his homeland — and the woman he loves — behind in order to seek better opportunities in America. But years of monotonous work and an arranged marriage devoid of love or compassion leave an older Pin-Jui (Tzi Ma) a shadow of his former self. Unable to sympathize with his daughter Angela (Christine Ko) and at risk of living out his retirement in solitude, Pin-Jui must reconnect with his past in order to finally build the life he once dreamed of having.

The Main Event (Netflix)

When 11-year-old Leo Thompson (Seth Carr) discovers a magical wrestling mask that grants him super strength, he uses it to enter a WWE competition. With the support of his grandmother (Tichina Arnold), Leo will do whatever it takes to achieve his dream of becoming a WWE Superstar.

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