Wondering what to watch this weekend? Here's a list of new movies you can enjoy either from the comfort of your home or in theaters to get the full cinematic experience.

The Guilty

Antoine Fuqua's directorial "The Guilty" is a crime drama starring Jake Gyllenhaal. It was released on Netflix on Friday. The movie revolves around a 911 operator, who tries to save a caller's life. The screenplay is penned by Nic Pizzolatto, and the movie also stars Riley Keough, Paul Dano, Peter Sarsgaard and Ethan Hawke.

The Many Saints of Newark

Looking forward to watching another crime drama? Then "The Many Saints of Newark," which released on HBO Max this weekend, is the perfect pick for you. The movie revolves around a young Anthony Soprano, who becomes a powerful leader of a crime family after the rival gangsters rise up to challenge his family.

Bingo Hell

Love the combination of horror and comedy? Then you should check out "Bingo Hell," which is available on Amazon Prime. The movie revolves around a group of old people who refuse to leave their beloved bingo hall. The story is penned and directed by Gigi Saul Guerrero. The movie stars Richard Brake, Joshua Caleb Johnson, Gigi Saul Guerrero and Adriana Barraza.

Venom: Let There Be Carnage

The sci-fi action movie, "Venom: Let There Be Carnage" was exclusively dropped in theaters Friday. The highly anticipated movie is directed by Andy Serkis, and stars Tom Hardy, Woody Harrelson, Amber Sienna, Michelle Williams, J.K. Simmons and Naomie Harris. The first installment of the movie was released in 2018. The second installment introduces a new enemy for Venom called Carnage.


Julia Ducournau directorial, "Titane," is a horror movie available in theaters that will give you a chilling experience. If you are fond of watching lady serial killers, then you should definitely check out this horror thriller movie that revolves around a woman, who has sex with a car and gets pregnant. The movie stars Agathe Rousselle, Vincent Lindon, Garance Marillier, Dominique Frot and Mehdi Rahim-Silvioli.

If you missed out on last week's list of movie releases, you can see it here.

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Andy Serkis is excited about "Venom 2." Venom/Facebook