Wondering what to watch over the weekend? Here’s a list of movies that you can enjoy from the comfort of your home and for some, visit theaters to get the cinematic experience.

Turning Red

If you love watching family movies, then you should check out "Turning Red" which revolves around a 13-year-old girl who turns into a big red panda when she is too excited. This animated movie is helmed by director Domee Shi and it is streaming on Disney+.

The Adam Project

Ryan Reynolds' starrer "The Adam Project" revolves around a fighter pilot Adam Reed who time travels to the past and meets his past to save the future. The flick also stars Jennifer Garner, Mark Ruffalo, Zoe Saldana and Catherine Keener. The movie is streaming on Netflix.


Love watching thriller movies? Then "Gold" is a perfect pick for you. The movie revolves around two drifters who find a big gold nugget in the desert. While one man goes away to seek help for collecting that big gold nugget, the other man stays back in the desert to secure the gold. How greed changes their fate unfolds the story. The movie is helmed by Anthony Hayes and stars Zac Efron. The movie is available in theaters.


Offseason is a horror movie that revolves around a girl who visits her mother's grave on an island after reading a mysterious letter. The island gets closed before she leaves and now, she has to spend time on that island till it reopens. The flick is helmed by director Mickey Keating and it stars Jocelin Donahue, Melora Walters, Richard Brake, and Joe Swanberg. The movie is available in theaters.

The Exorcism of God

Here's another horror movie on the list, " The Exorcism of God," which is helmed by director Alejandro Hidalgo. The movie is available in theaters. The story revolves around Peter Williams' character (played by actor Will Beinbrink) who is a local parishioner and faces his own demon after performing a botched exorcism. The flick also stars María Antonieta Hidalgo, Marcela Girón, Alfredo Herreram and Nuria Gil.

If you missed out on our last week's list of new movies, you can check it out here.

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