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    Here Are All Of The New Movies Coming Out This Weekend

    Dreamland, Becky, and The Last Days Of American Crime are just a few of the new releases you can watch at home on your couch.

    Welcome back to your weekly roundup of all the new movies coming out this week. Since most movie theaters have yet to reopen, you'll be able to watch all of them at home.

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    The Last Days of American Crime

    Marcos Cruz / Netflix

    Synopsis: The American government has decided to implement a broadcasting signal that makes it impossible for people to commit crimes in response to rising terrorism and criminal acts across the country. So a criminal, a gangster, and a hacker join forces to pull off the last crime in America right before the signal begins to broadcast.

    Starring: Édgar Ramírez, Anna Brewster, Michael Pitt, Patrick Bergin, Sharlto Copley

    Where to watch it: Netflix

    Watch the trailer here.


    Quiver Distribution

    Synopsis: Becky (Lulu Wilson) and her dad Jeff (Joel McHale) decide to take a weekend trip to a lake house for some father-daughter bonding time. A peaceful weekend takes a dramatic turn when a group of convicts lead by Dominick (Kevin James) invade the lake house.

    Starring: Lulu Wilson, Kevin James, Joel McHale, Amanda Brugel, Robert Maillet

    Where to watch it: On Demand

    Watch the trailer here.



    Synopsis: Horror writer Shirley Jackson (Elisabeth Moss) is about to complete her next masterpiece when the arrival of two newlyweds (Odessa Young and Logan Lerman) cause her relationship with her cheating husband to unravel.

    Starring: Elisabeth Moss, Michael Stuhlbarg, Odessa Young, Logan Lerman

    Where to watch it: Hulu

    Watch the trailer here.


    Patricia Peribáñez / Darkstar Picturws

    Synopsis: Honestly, I don't think I could describe this any better than the movie itself can, so here's what they have to say: "On the night of the strangest weddings in cinema history, a grotesque gang boss hires a stone cold killer to bring him the finger of a fading, drug-addicted jazz legend."

    Starring: Stephen McHattie, Henry Rollins, Juliette Lewis, Tomis Lemarquis

    Where to watch it: On Demand

    Watch the trailer here.


    Jason Robinette / Courtesy 1091

    Synopsis: This film follows a homeless woman living in the tunnels of New York City in the days leading up to a blizzard.

    Starring: Annapurna Sriram

    Where to watch it: On Demand

    Watch the trailer here.

    Searching Eva

    CORSO Film

    Synopsis: The story of a young woman (Eva Collé) who identifies as a sex worker, writer, musician, model, blogger, anarchist and feminist — and how she uses the internet to share her private life with the rest of the world.

    Starring: Eva Collé

    Where to watch it: On Demand

    Watch the trailer here.


    Together Films

    Synopsis: Damon Gameau, who brought us 2015's That Sugar Film is back with another thoughtful documentary about the climate crisis. Inspired by his four-year-old daughter and the world she'll inherit, Damon travels the globe to demonstrate how our lives will look in the year 2040 if we don't take immediate action.

    Where to watch it: On Demand

    Watch the trailer here.

    Spelling the Dream


    Synopsis: This documentary follows four competitive hopefuls throughout their journey to the Scripps National Spelling Bee.

    Where to watch it: Netflix

    Watch the trailer here.

    Confused about where you can find movies on demand?

    In the US, "on demand" usually means a title will be available to rent via your cable TV provider and most (but not necessarily all) of the following services: Amazon, Apple, Comcast, Vudu, Google, YouTube, Fandango, DirecTV, Charter, Dish, Cox, Altice, Sony, Frontier, Redbox, and Verizon. Each movie's availability varies by studio, but you can usually find them in the aforementioned services.

    Want more movie options? Click here to see all the movies that came out on demand last week, and here for a list of all the movies that recently came out for in-home viewing.

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