Friday, July 9, 2021

What to Watch This Weekend: Meander, Rock Paper and Scissors, Our Friend, Son, Fear Street, French Exit, Words on Bathroom Walls, Black Widow

For A Mysterious Horror Sci Fi Film: Meander (Theaters, Redbox, and Digital)
Meander is just a superb horror scifi film, with great practical effects and a grueling, mysterious story all driven by Gaïa Weiss's captivating performance.  For more information, check out the review!

For A Simply Unsettling Family Horror: Rock, Paper, and Scissors (Digital)
Rock, Paper, and Scissors is an understated, unique, and unsettling film that uses some nuanced performances and fantastic music to create this sinister family thriller.  For more information, check out the review!

For A Family-Focused Cult Classic: Son (Shudder)
Son's slow burning story, great cast, and wonderful practical effects tell a family-focused demon story with plenty of hearts that should become a cult classic.  For more information, check out the review

For A Stylish Horror Throwback: Fear Street Part One 1994 and Part Two 1978 (Netflix)
The Fear Street Trilogy concludes next week so make sure to catch up on the first two stylish horror films.  Fear Street Part One 1994 is an entertaining horror movie, with a 90s feel and soundtrack, great blood and gore, and some modern updates to start this exciting trilogy.  Fear Street Part Two 1978 presents a summer camp slasher, with a similarly amazing soundtrack and style as the first movie, but with an increased body count.  For more information, check out the review!

Because You Need Your Marvel Fix: Black Widow (Theaters)
Sure I gave it a rental, but it is a Marvel movie in theaters that will entertain you and keep you from the heat.  Black Widow is an entertaining and funny Marvel movie that gives some background to one of the most popular Avengers while also providing an explosive summer blockbuster.  For more information, check out the review!

For A Poignant Tear Jerker: Our Friend (Amazon)
Our Friend is a poignant, painful, and powerful movie about love, family, and friendship that feels so real and raw and should not be missed.  For more information, check out the review!

For the Fan of Teenage Dramas: Words on Bathroom Walls (Amazon)
Words on Bathroom Walls portrays a complicated illness through strong performances and good lessons about family, love, growth, and pain.  For more information, check out our review!

For A Dark and Quirky Comedy: French Exit (Redbox)
The dry, dark comedic style, wonderful dialogue, and quirky cast of characters fueled by Pfeiffer's magnetic performance make French Exit a film worth staying for.  For more information, check out the review!

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