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Movies & TV Shows to Watch this Weekend

This week I started watching Gen V, the new show on Prime Video that takes place in the same world as The Boys. The best way I can describe it I guess without spoiling it much is if Euphoria and The Boys had a baby you’d end up with Gen V. Like The Boys, it’s also a very violent and bloody superhero series but this one takes place at a super hero college and deals with younger heroes who are still discovering their powers and abilities. It’s really fun and as of this post there are only 3 episodes out which I binge watched on the same night. I definitely recommend it.

What did you watch this week?

Movies at the Cinemas
The movies below are now showing at the local cinemas:

New This Weekend:
Accused (6.5)
Desperation Road (N/A)
Saw X (7.2)
The Canterville Ghost (7.6)
The Inseparables (7.5)

Other Movies Showing:
13 Exorcisms (4.3)
A Haunting in Venice (6.7)
Blue Beetle (6.8)
Cats Museum (4.4)
Elemental (6.8)
Expend4bles (5.1)
Gran Turismo (7.0)
PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie (6.1)
R.A.D.A.R.: The Adventures of the Bionic Dog (5.4)
Retribution (5.3)
Sound of Freedom (7.8)
Supercell (4.3)
The Creator (7.3)
The Equalizer 3 (6.9)
The Kill Room (6.9)
The Nun II (6.3)

The classic films below are currently showing at the 1954 Film House:
Coraline (7.7)
The Addams Family (6.9)
The Thing (8.2)

The numbers in brackets refer to the IMDB rating at the time of publishing.

3 replies on “Movies & TV Shows to Watch this Weekend”

Ahsoka season 1 concluded yesterday and to my surprise there will be a 2nd season. Hooray

Movie recommendations:
– Apples (2020) this is strongly influenced by Yorgos Lanthimos. Can’t wait for his next film Fingernails (2023)
– The Eight Mountains (2022) bromance, scenic and beautiful cinematography, a bit long.
– Door Mouse (2022) if you like noir. This is the directoral debut of Avan Jogia. The guy knows a thing or two.

TV recommendation:
– Strike (2017) based on JK Rowling novels

The live action One Piece series on Netflix is great, I haven�t finished the last ep yet, but there will be a S2.

Only Murders in the Building S3 just finished and I thought it was better than S2.

Loki S2 premieres TODAY!

There�s also the new Haunted Mansion, but I haven�t watched it yet.

Rise of the TMNT: The Movie was great, really awesome animation. It�s tied to a TV show, but it can be watched on its own, just know that this version of the TMNT have magical weapons.

I haven’t been to the movies in a while; Is the VOX ‘standard’ experience better than cinescape ‘standard’ ? Please share your full experience.

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