Movies Now Showing Television

Movies & TV Shows to Watch this Weekend

This week I basically spent it binge watching the TV series 1923. It’s the prequel to Yellowstone and the sequel to the series 1883. It’s starring Harrison Ford and it’s really really good, like I think it’s my favorite of the three Yellowstone shows.

Other than that I rewatched the movie Se7en for the first time since the 90s. I originally watched it on VHS so rewatching it like 30 years later in HD was fun, and the movie has held up really well. A lot of now really famous people starred in the movie back then including Morgan Freeman, Brad Pitt, Kevin Spacey, and Gwyneth Paltrow. It was also started the career of David Fincher who’s behind movies such as Fight Club, The Social Network, The Girl and the Dragon Tattoo and the series Mindhunter. I highly recommend watching it if you haven’t, it was pretty shocking when it came out in 1995 and still pretty dark today.

Let me know if you’ve watching anything new and interesting.

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

New This Weekend:
Butcher’s Crossing (6.1)
Five Nights at Freddy’s (6.2)
Freelance (5.3)
Headspace (5.4)
How to Save the Immortal (5.2)

Other Movies Showing:
57 Seconds (5.3)
Elevator Game (4.2)
Killers of the Flower Moon (8.6)
PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie (6.1)
Saw X (7.2)
The Canterville Ghost (7.6)
The Creator (7.3)
The Equalizer 3 (6.9)
The Exorcist: Believer (5.1)
The Island (4.3)
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 numbers in brackets refer to the IMDB rating at the time of publishing.

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

As someone who stopped hunting for shows (actively), I seem to always enjoy your picks. So thanks for the recommendations!

Killers of the Flower Moon was a very interesting movie, but at over 3hrs 26 minutes it is better to go to an afternoon / early evening showing.

An excellent and spooky programme is “Jimmy Savile – a British Horror Story” on Netflix is spooky in how he hid his crimes in plain sight.

That probably works best – it would have been nice to have an intermission and it isn’t a movie which needs cinema quality for the film score etc.

The only David Fincher stuff I’ve seen was Gone Girl, Mank, and that one episode of Love + Death + Robots S3. Gone Girl was great, Mank is something you can watch with your mom and/or dad, and the LDR ep was interesting, but disgusting.

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