This October at JB Hello-Fi, the fourth season of Yellowstone moseys in, The place the Crawdads Sing spins an intriguing thriller, The Black Telephone dials within the horror for Halloween, and cult filmmaker David Cronenberg returns with Crimes of the Future. All this and a complete lot extra – pre-order your copies at this time!
YELLOWSTONE: SEASON 4 – Oct 12
The Dutton household saga may very well be thought of a recent Dallas within the West, particularly following the cliffhanger that closed season three. The fourth season of this gritty western-drama collection opens with a burst of vengeance, homicide and betrayal, as John Dutton (Kevin Costner) and Kayce (Luke Grimes) declare struggle on the contract killers which have been set upon the household.
WHERE THE CRAWDADS SING – Oct 12
Based mostly on Delia Owens’ best-selling novel, this intriguing Southern mystery-thriller is the story of Kya (Daisy Edgar-Jones), a lady left to lift herself within the North Carolina marshlands after her abusive father leaves. On their own, she briefly dates native playboy and athlete Chase (Harris Dickinson), solely to change into the prime suspect after he’s discovered murdered.
THE BLACK PHONE – Oct 12
Stranger Issues meets The Beautiful Bones on this chilling horror movie primarily based on the brief story by Joe Hill and directed by Scott Derrickson (Sinister). When a resourceful 13-year-old (Mason Thames) is kidnapped by a baby serial killer referred to as ‘The Grabber’ (Ethan Hawke), the boy begins to obtain calls from earlier victims on a disconnected landline in his basement jail.
CRIMES OF THE FUTURE – Oct 5
David Cronenberg (The Fly), the grasp of physique horror, makes a welcome return to the style with this twisted sci-fi thriller. In a future the place people adapt to an artificial surroundings by means of mutation, Viggo Mortensen performs an avant-garde efficiency artist who levels the elimination of his new bodily organs. Yep, Cronenberg is again in tremendous type and this can be a must-see for his followers.
GOOD LUCK TO YOU, LEO GRANDE – Oct 19
Emma Thompson performs Nancy Stokes, a 60-year-old who we meet in a lodge room. There’s a knock on the door and Leo Grande (Daryl McCormack) enters. He’s a 30-year-old intercourse employee answering her name. She’s nervous and socially awkward, whereas he’s able to work. It’s a titillating set-up, however what ensues is a poignant journey of self-discovery, grief and worldly awakenings.
JEEPERS CREEPERS REBORN – Oct 19
First launched in 2001’s Jeepers Creepers, the demonic boogeyman referred to as the Creeper proved such a success with horror followers, an intermittent franchise was born. It appears becoming then that the fourth movie within the collection is ready throughout an inaugural Horror Hound competition in Louisiana, the place the Creeper is ready to unleash a really actual type of blood-soaked terror upon the occasion.
RAY DONOVAN: THE MOVIE – Oct 12
Lastly, followers of this cracking crime collection get some welcome closure following the season seven cliffhanger and the present’s subsequent cancellation. This TV film picks up the place season seven ended, weaving collectively the present-day fallout from the Donovan/Sullivan feud with Ray and Mickey’s origin story from 30 years in the past, bringing the Donovan household legacy full circle
THE IMMACULATE ROOM – Oct 5
Social experiments make for excellent actuality TV, and likewise psychological thrillers. Sturdy performances and an intriguing idea await in The Immaculate Room, which locks Emile Hirsch and Kate Bosworth collectively in a minimalist residing house with $5 million in prize cash up for grabs if they’ll endure 50 days reduce off from the skin world…
MONSTROUS – Oct 12
Set within the Nineteen Fifties, this era horror flick combines themes of trauma and private demons with supernatural scares. Christina Ricci stars as a spouse and mom who flees her abusive ex-husband to start out a brand new life together with her seven-year-old son in a seemingly idyllic farmhouse. However quickly after they arrive, they uncover that an much more terrifying monster is ready for them…
THE AMUSEMENT PARK – Oct 19
Legendary horror director George A. Romero’s lengthy misplaced 1973 movie turns an academic PSA concerning the indignities and ageism suffered by the aged into one thing resembling a surreal episode of The Twilight Zone. Just lately rediscovered and restored, it isn’t precisely horror, but it surely’s actually as nightmarish and thought-provoking as Romero’s zombie movies.
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