[Movie News] In Theaters This Week – September 15, 2023

As the seasons change, so usually do the new movie offerings. While this week certainly has its share of spooky and scary movies, there are also quite a few that may cater to different audiences. There is a new Hercule Poirot film that tells of ghosts in Venice, an animated feature about Lernardo da Vinci’s many inventions, a western about a man who sets out to avenge his father’s death only to become a wanted man, and much more!

A Haunting in Venice (PG-13)

In post-World War II Venice, Poirot, now retired and living in his own exile, reluctantly attends a seance. But when one of the guests is murdered, it is up to the former detective to once again uncover the killer.

Directed by Kenneth Branagh

Starring: Kenneth Branagh, Michelle Yeoh, Jamie Dornan, Tina Fey, Dylan Corbett-Bader

Release date: September 15

Camp Hideout (PG)

After a troubled teen steals an important item from two big city goons, he hides in a church summer camp and finds he must protect his new found friends at all cost when the goons track him down.

Directed by Sean Olson

Starring: Corbin Bleu, Ethan Drew, Amanda Leighton, Christopher Lloyd, Tyler Kowalski

Release date: September 15

Elis & Tom, só tinha de ser com você

Documentary about the recording of the iconic Brazilian music album “Elis and Tom”.

Directed by Roberto de Oliviera, Jom Tob Azulay

Starring: Elis Regina, Antonio Carlos Jobim, César Camargo Mariano, Frank Sinatra

Release date: September 15

The Inventor (PG)

Inventing flying contraptions, war machines and studying cadavers, Leonardo da Vinci tackles the meaning of life itself with the help of French princess Marguerite de Nevarre.

Directed by Jim Capobianco, Pierre-Luc Granjon

Starring: Matt Berry, Daisy Ridley, Marion Cotillard, Stephen Fry, Natalie Palamides

Release date: September 15

My Last Best Friend

New York City. March – April 2020. At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, two men, both named Walter Stoyanov, watch their lives getting turned upside down, as one of them falls ill and the other one is being investigated by FBI Special Agent John McCallany.

Directed by Filippo M. Prandi

Starring: Eric Roberts, Carol Alt, Rico Simonini, Brian Byus, Adrienne Laurén

Release date: September 15

Outlaw Johnny Black (PG-13)

Hell bent on avenging the death of his father, Johnny Black vows to gun down Brett Clayton and becomes a wanted man in the process while posing as a preacher in a small mining town that’s been taken over by a notorious Land Baron.

Directed by Michael Jai White

Starring: Michael Jai White, Anika Noni Rose, Erica Ash, Byron Minns, Chris Browning

Release date: September 15

Renée Fleming’s Cities That Sing: Venice

Explore the birthplace of opera and the center of culture for centuries through the eyes of superstar soprano Renée Fleming in Renée Fleming’s Cities That Sing: Venice. Presented by IMAX and Stage Access, “La Serenissima” becomes even more magical as Fleming explores the city and takes the stage at the fabled Teatro La Fenice. Joined by Italian tenor Francesco Meli, with baritone Mattia Olivieri and mezzo Paola Gardina, Fleming combines some of the most famous music ever written – Verdi, Rossini, Puccini and more – with the city’s sights, history, art for a unique cinematic event that is not to be missed.

Directed by François-René Martin

Starring: Renée Fleming, Riccardo Frizza, Paola Gardina, Francesco Meli, Mattia Olivieri

Release date: September 16

Satanic Hispanics (R)

When police raid a house in El Paso, they find it full of dead Latinos, and only one survivor. Known as “The Traveler,” he is taken to the police station for questioning. There, he recounts tales of horrors from his life, chronicling portals leading to other worlds, mythical beings, demons and the undead; he speaks of legends from Latin America. Satanic Hispanics tells stories by top Latin filmmakers that showcase the skills of Hispanic talent, both on and off screen.

Directed by Alejandro Brugués, Mike Mendez, Demián Rugna

Starring: Efren Ramirez, Jonah Ray, Hemky Madera, Patricia Velasquez, Greg Grunberg

Release date: September 14

What new movies are you interested in seeing this week?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.