Movies and Videos On Demand For The Week Of September 8, 2023

Good Boy – Releasing in Theaters and Streaming
Rotten Tomatoes Reviewer Score – (None Available Yet)

A Norwegian horror comedy about a woman, played by Katrine Lovise Øpstad Fredriksen, who meets a man, played by Gard Løkke, who loves his dog. The only problem, it’s not a real dog. It’s a man who acts like his pet dog. She tries to keep an open mind, but there are insidious and chilling things that she begins to notice.

I know it’s a horror and thriller, but lets be clear it’s also a comedy and it’s all I can think about when he see the guy in the dog costume. It’s ridiculous.

Hello Dankness – Releasing in Limited Theaters
Rotten Tomatoes Reviewer Score – 100%

This is a film filled with film samples. It’s… A lot. It follows a neighborhood through years. The neighborbood eventually degrades into conspiracies and other political issues. This film was made from 2019 through the pandemic.

I am confused about what this is. But… like this could be interesting.

Megalomanic – Releasing in Limited Theaters
Rotten Tomatoes Reviewer Score – 88%

The kids of the Butcher of Mons, played by Eline Schumacher and Benjamin Ramon, are treated poorly by their community for their parent’s serial killer past. But while oen child escapes reality to cope, the other turns to building the legacy of their father’s killings.

An interesting look at the sins of the father while also looking at how society forcing and harrassment can lead to isolation and even furthering the negative behaviour they are trying to harrass to stop.

The Nun II – Releasing in Theaters
Rotten Tomatoes Reviewer Score – (None Available Yet)

Set in 1956 Sister Irene, played once again by Taissa Farmiga, is once again confronted with the horrors of the Demon Nun Valak. However, is there more to this murder of a Priest, and how can Irene prevent the evil from spreading.

We were actually big fans of the original of the series. These films do really good around now and frankly I support the inclusion of a spin-off sequel in a world so well built. The only drawback is the recent news that Bonnie Aarons isn’t getting the compensation I would have hoped they would have received.

Rotting in the Sun – Releasing in Limited Theaters
Rotten Tomatoes Reviewer Score – 86%

A meta-comedy that looks at film making, and follower based worlds while talking about Jordan Firstman and Sebastián Silva as the partner on a project together. When Silva disapears though, Firstman is forced to pretend to be a detective and discover what happened to Silva.

It’s very self-deprecating, and wildly intersting. It kinda reminds me of Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, which was an amazing film. If you are looking for a thriller and mystery while also taking in a comedy, then this will be a good option for you.

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