With much of the United States enveloped in snow and experiencing plunging temperatures, there’s never been a better time to stream a movie from the comfort of your couch.
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And there’s plenty of streaming choices to go around from family friendly comedies like “Sing 2” and “Hotel Transylvania: Transformania” to dramas such as “A Journal for Jordan” and “See for Me.”
But there is one very compelling reason to brave the cold for a cinematic experience peppered with some slight nostalgia: “Scream.”
Ghostface returns twenty-five years after a streak of brutal murders in the quiet town of Woodsboro, California. The horror sees the return of some familiar faces, including Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, and David Arquette. Who is under the terrifying mask this time?
On Monday, January 17, we celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Honor his memory and life with some thought-provoking pieces such as “Selma,” “All the Way,” and “King in the Wilderness.”
Check out this list of movies you have to watch this weekend (January 14 - January 16 ).
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A new killer dons the iconic Ghostface masks and begins a killing spree that unearths some secrets about the town’s deadly past.
A lonely tech millionaire develops a relationship with a woman who takes care of him after he becomes a victim in a street attack, but when his roommate dies mysteriously, he begins to wonder if she has more sinister intentions in this mystery/thriller.
The anime fantasy finds a high school student turning into a global singer in the virtual world, but when her performance is crashed be a mysterious beast, she goes a quest to uncover its identity.
The Free Fall
In this twisted psychological thriller, a young woman deals with an overbearing husband after an attempt to take her own life.
In the animated sequel, Buster Moon the koala attempts to launch a huge stage show, but first, he has to convince the world’s biggest rockstar to join his all-star performers.
Hotel Transylvania: Transformania
Van Helsing's new invention results in a classic Freaky Friday as it transforms Drac and friends into humans, while Johnny becomes a monster. Can they find a way to switch back before the transformation becomes permanent?
A Journal For Jordan
Michael B. Jordan stars as Charles Monroe King, a first sgt. Deployed to Iraq, who starts a journal of advice for his young infant son.
See For Me
A young blind woman is house-sitting at a secluded mansion when a group of thieves break in to steal a hidden safe. She leans on a new app called “See for Me,” which connects her with a volunteer across the country that happens to be an army veteran who helps her survive by being her eyes.
The sixth and final season of the epic space drama finds Earth and Mars joining forces to take out the diabolical Marco Inaros.
Lady of the Manor
A woman named Hannah is haunted by Lady Wadsworth, a Southern belle from the 1800s, that she’s portraying during manor tours. Justin Long, Ryan Phillippee, and Judy Greer star.
The Oscar-nominated drama directed by Ava DuVernay emphasized Dr. King’s bold leadership during the historic march from Selma to Montgomery despite violent opposition.
A thought-provoking documentary based on the newly declassified files that taps into his treatment at the hands of the U.S. government and law enforcement, which often looked at him as an enemy of the state.
All The Way
Bryan Cranston, Frank Langella, and Anthony Mackie star in this biographical drama about President Lyndon B. Johnson, who fought to pass the Civil Rights Act in his first year in office.