What a weekend if you're looking for something new at the movies!

What a weekend if you’re looking for something new at the movies! There are quite a number of new movies coming out this weekend including one about a retired cop who seeks revenge against an elderly man who he is convinced killed his family during World War II, a film about the Hindu deity Shiva, a documentary about Minnesota’s hockey culture, and much more!

After Ever Happy (R)

As a shocking truth about a couple’s families emerges, the two lovers discover they are not so different from each other. Tessa is no longer the sweet, simple, good girl she was when she met Hardin — any more than he is the cruel, moody boy she fell so hard for.

Directed by Castille Landon

Starring: Hero Fiennes Tiffin, Josephine Langford, Louise Lombard, Kiana Madeira, Rob Estes

Release date: September 7

Barbarian (R)

A woman staying at an Airbnb discovers that the house she has rented is not what it seems.

Directed by Zach Cregger

Starring: Georgina Campbell, Bill Skarsgård, Justin Long, Matthew Patrick Davis, Richard Brake

Release date: September 9

Beautiful Blue Eyes

A retired cop seeks revenge against an elderly man he’s convinced is the Nazi who slaughtered his family during WW2.

Directed by Joshua Newton

Starring: Roy Schneider, Alexander Newton, Calita Rainford, Helmut Berger, Ann Polony

Release date: September 9

The Bengali

An African-American writer from Louisiana embarks on a quest to a part of India where no American has ever gone. There, she looks for her grandfather’s descendants, the land he claimed to own, and the truth behind the stories she grew up with.

Directed by Kavery Kaul

Starring: Nicole Hardin, Fatima Shaik, Parvej Husen Talukder, Mario Tio

Release date: September 9

Brahmastra Part One: Shiva

This is the story of Shiva who sets out in search of love and self-discovery. During his journey, he has to face many evil forces that threaten our existence.

Directed by Ayan Mukherjee

Starring: Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Amitabh Bachchan, Nagarjuna Akkineni

Release date: September 9

Hockeyland

In Minnesota’s unforgiving North Country, senior boys from rival communities skate for a last chance to etch their names into local lore. This is Hockeyland.

Directed by Tommy Haines

Starring: Blake Biondi, Elliot Van Orsdel, Indio Dowd, Will Troutwine, Pat Andrews

Release date: September 9

The House of the Lost on the Cape

A 17-year old girl experiencing a sense of yearning and comfort in the traditional Japanese house “Mayoiga”.

Directed by Shin’ya Kawatsura

Starring: Mana Ashida, Sari Awano, Risa Mei, Takuya Tasso, Shinobu Ôtake

Release date: September 7

Lifemark (PG-13)

David’s comfortable world is turned upside down when his birthmother unexpectedly reaches out to him, longing to meet the 18-year-old son she’s only held once.

Directed by Kevin Peeples

Starring: Kirk Cameron, Alex Kendrick, Marisa Lynae Hampton, Dawn Long, Rebecca Rogers

Release date: September 9

Medieval (R)

The story of fifteenth century Czech icon and warlord Jan Zizka, who defeated armies of the Teutonic Order and the Holy Roman Empire.

Directed by Petr Jákl

Starring: Ben Foster, Sophie Low, Michael Caine, Til Schweiger, Roland Møller

Release date: September 9

True Things

It follows a young woman living on the fringes of society who becomes intoxicated by a stranger who overwhelms her quiet life.

Directed by Harry Wootliff

Starring: Ruth Wilson, Tom Burke, Hayley Squires, Elizabeth Rider, Frank McCusker

Release date: September 9

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