11 Movies you must Watch in September 2018

With Summer finally gone and fall has come, it’s time to get out and see the world without breaking a sweat. This September will give you butterflies in your stomach knowing some of our favorite actresses will take the stage and it is fair to say they will burn the theaters down with their major transformations. Also kudos to the male actors. But September will be the month when female actors will reign the theaters with their powerful performances. All power to you, ladies. #GirlPower

Here are the Top 11 Movies you must not miss this September

September 7, Friday

#1. The Nun

Genre: Horror/Spin-off/Prequel

Director: Corin Hardy

Cast: Taissa Farmiga, Demián Bichirand, Ingrid Bisu

Ever wonder who the hell was that evil Nun who scared the daylights out of the audience in The Conjuring 2. Good news, we are about to learn so much about Valac, the demon turn possessed Nun in The Nun. Prequel to the The Conjuring franchise, The Nun will take us back in time, to Romania, following a tormented priest and a young nun who are sent to an abbey in Romania by the Vatican to investigate the suicide of another young nun.

Together they find a malevolent force that first terrorized the audiences in The Conjuring 2 and whom the famous paranormal investigators, Lorraine and Ed Warren will encounter years later. Risking not only their lives but their faith too they must stop this evil force.

Looking at the trailer we are already scared. We can’t wait anymore to know more about the ‘Nun’. The film will be the talk of the month and will further the universe of the Conjuring Films.

#2. Peppermint

Genre: Action/Drama/Thriller

Director: Pierre Morel

Cast: Jennifer Garner, Method Man, John Ortiz

Jennifer Garner is pissed and looking for blood in this revenge action film, directed by none other then Taken’s director Pierre Morel. Jennifer Garner will be seen ass kicking the FBI, the cartel and the justice system who wronged her. We will see Jennifer Garner becoming a killing machine after 10 years of training and finally avenging her husband and daughter’s death by not only going after those who killed her family but also the people responsible for letting the murderers go free in the court of justice. We will see Jennifer Garner, in her badass avatar as America’s sweetheart turns into a dangerous vigilante.

We can’t wait to see Jennifer’s new badass character, even The Hollywood Reporter described this film to be a female John Wick. Need to say anymore?

September 14, Friday

#3. The Predator

Genre: Sci-fi/Action/Sequel/Horror

Director: Shane Black

Cast: Boyd Holbrook, Sterling K. Brown, Olivia Munn

The Predator is back. Yay! The hunt for human has begun. With the mild success of 2010’s Predator, this sequel looks promising and legit scary. These aliens have become better at hunting, tearing flesh, having no mercy at all. Why you ask? Because these lethal hunters are more stronger, smarter and deadlier than ever before, as they have genetically upgraded themselves with DNA of other species. When they are release back on Earth, after a young boy accidentally triggers a device, it’s up to a group of ex soldiers, and a fed up science teacher to stop these deadly predators and prevent the end of the human species.

#4. A Simple Favor

Genre: Suspense/Thriller

Director: Paul Feig

Cast: Anna Kendrick, Blake Lively, Henry Golding

Wife/bestie gone missing? Is this another Gone Girl? We will have to wait for this mystery thriller to hit the cinemas. Paul Feig’s directory has taken a serious turn. The comedy, feel good movie maker has turn it’s directory by plunging into this mystery thriller. Based on the Darsey Bell novel the film follows the mysterious disappearance of the beautiful and glamorous Blake Lively in her suburbs home. Her new best friend, also a mommy vlogger Anna Kendrick tries to uncover the truth behind the sudden disappearance. She is joined by Lively’s husband, Henry Golding (Crazy Rich Asians lead actor) on the search of her friend. As the lingering questions remained unanswered to what happened to Lively, details not so sweet are revealed. We loved Blake Lively in Gossip Girl, her bubbly and fun loving character. I can’t wait for this noir thriller filled with secrets, twists, revenge and murder. Will it be another Gone Girl? Even if it is similar, I won’t be disappointed. I’m always up for twisted revenge thrillers. What about you guys?

#5. White Boy Rick

Genre: Action/Crime/Drama

Director: Yann Demange

Cast: Matthew McConaughey, Richie Merritt, Jennifer Jason Leigh

Drugs, Crime, True Story and Matthew McConaughey, need to say anymore? We all love bad ass movies, specially the drug lords, the cartel, their sick lifestyles but also the hard working law enforcement. Based on the true story of a teenage kid, Rick Wershr Jr. who at the tender age of 15 goes to be an FBI informant, to a drug lord and finally sentenced to life during the height of drug wars in 1980s, Detroit. Richie Merrit in his debut acting plays the teenage drug dealer along side Matthew McConaughey as his father. The father-son duo gives an amazing touch to the film (as we have already seen McCaughey in his father role’s in Interstellar).

This is going to be a one hell of a film.

#6. Lizzie

Genre: Psychological Thriller/Period Drama

Director: Craig William Macneill

Cast: Kristen Stewart, Chloe Sevigny, Kim Dickens

Want to get more details of the history’s most gruesome murders. We already know about Lizzie Borden and her infamous axing of her father and stepmother in their own house.

The twisted story gets more twisted added with a dash of psychological issues which will tell us the true events that led a woman take up an axe and without any remorse murdered her own father and stepmother.

Better get ready to stunned.

September 21, Friday

#7. The House With a Clock In Its Walls

Genre: Fantasy/Mystery/Adventure/Adaptation

Director: Eli Roth

Cast: Jack Black, Cate Blanchett, Owen Vaccaro

Missing the magic and adventures of Harry Potter? To quench your thirst, Eli Roth has brought to you the magical adventures of a little boy. Based on the series of books by John Bellairs, this magical film tells the chilling tale of young boy, Lewis (played by the adorable Owen Vaccaro) who goes to live with his weird uncle after the death of his parents. His Uncle (Jack Black) lives in a creaky old house that has a mysterious clock in it’s walls. His uncle is a warlock living in a magical world. Soon he learns about this and unfortunately releases a secret world of witches and warlocks.

Now the mysterious clock has started it’s evil plan of apocalyptic results. Lewis, his uncle and their neighbor (Cate Blanchett) now must race against the clock to stop it from ending the world. The film shares elements from Gremlins which will surely bring nostalgia, and we cannot wait for the chills and thrills and the magic that will keep us on the edge through out the film.

#8. The Sisters Brothers

Genre: Dark Comedy/Western/Adaptation

Director: Jacques Audiard

Cast: Joaquin Phoenix, Jake Gyllenhaal, Riz Ahmed, John C. Reilley

Jake Gyllenhaal as a badass cowboy? Sign me up. Based on the Patrick deWitt novel of the same name, this Western film set in Oregon in 1851, centers Charlie and Eli Sisters (played by Joaquin Phoenix and John C. Reilly respectively), an infamous duo of assassins who set out on a mission to kill a gold prospector who has stolen from their boss. Jake Gyllenhaal is the famous thief in this film who is on the run from the Sisters Brothers.

The film stays true to it’s words, “Brothers by Blood, Sisters by name.” and definitely is a must watch.

#9. Assassination Nation

Genre: Crime/Black Comedy/Thriller

Director: Sam Levinson

Cast: Odessa Young, Suki Waterhouse, Bella Thorne

Think Heathens in 2018? Probably got an idea of the film. When a quiet suburb is tore apart after their private datas are leaked by an anonymous hacker, the whole town turns extremely violent, mainly four teenage girls who were affected by the leak more and together they stands up to hacker by taking arms into their hands.

#10. Life Itself

Genre: Drama/Romance

Director: Dan Foegelman

Cast: Oscar Isaac, Olivia Wilde, Olivia Cooke

This is Us has already made our hearts cry out loud, and this new film is directed none other than the series director, Dan Fogelman. Life Itself, centers around a couple which leads a multi-generational love story spanning both decades and continents and are all connected by a single event to find an answer to the question, What is Life?

Get ready to cry your hearts out again as this multi-generational love saga is bound to make you shed those tears.

September 28, Friday

#11. Night School

Genre: Comedy

Director: Malcolm D Lee

Cast: Kevin Hart, Tiffany Haddish, Taran Killam

What do you get when you star two talented comedians that too Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish, an epic combo of lots of laugh and silliness. Kevin Hart will be a student in Tiffany Haddish’s night school to pass the GED exam to land a good job. His fellow students and Hart will be a pain in the neck for Haddish and it will be quite epic when these two heads off in the film. Mischief and humor is on our way. You will also be happy to know that Hart has contributed to the script and Haddish’s sassy punchlines can be your punchlines very soon.

So, end of this powerful list. Let us know in the comments section, which films are you going to watch.

Stay tuned for more movie updates and Happy Watching!

Nancy Kaman
 

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