What better way to spend the holiday weekend than at the movies?

We have a holiday weekend coming up this weekend in the U.S., so what better way to spend that extra time off than at the movies? Coming out we have three documentaries, a film about a group of soldiers tasked with taking Hilter’s remains back to Russia, a comedy about a church attempting to recover from a scandal, and much more!

Blind Ambition

Four Zimbabwean men form their country’s first Wine Tasting Olympics team.

Directed by Robert Coe, Warwick Ross

Release date: September 2


A small group of Russian soldiers have the task of taking Hitler’s discovered remains back to Stalin in Moscow.

Directed by Ben Parker

Starring: Tom Felton, Harriet Walker, Charlotte Vega, Barry Ward, Bill Milner

Release date: September 2

DIO: Dreamers Never Die

The first career spanning documentary on the heavy metal vocalist to be authorized by the artist’s estate includes scenes with peers, family and friends; never before seen footage; personal photos.

Directed by Don Argott, Demian Fenton

Starring: Vinny Appice, Sebastian Bach, Geezer Butler, Dac Coscarelli, Ronnie James Dio

Release date: September 1

Honk For Jesus, Save Your Soul

In the aftermath of a huge scandal, Trinitie Childs, the first lady of a prominent Southern Baptist Mega Church, attempts to help her pastor-husband, Lee-Curtis Childs, rebuild their congregation.

Directed by Adamma Ebo

Starring: Regina Hall, Sterling K. Brown, Nicole Beharie, Conphidance, Austin Crute

Release date: September 2 (Available also on Peacock)

The Horror Crowd

Revealing, intimate documentary spotlighting the Hollywood horror community.

Directed by Ruben Pla

Starring: Lin Shaye, Greg Grunberg, Russell Mulcahy, Ernest R. Dickerson, Claer Kramer

Release date: September 2

Waiting for Bojangles

In front of their little boy, Camille and Georges dance to their favorite song “Mr Bojangles”. With them, there is only place for fun and fantasy.

Directed by Régis Roinsard

Starring: Romain Duris, Virginie Efira, Grégory Gadebois, Solan Machado Graner, Elisa Maillot

Release date: September 2

What new movies will you be seeing this weekend?

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