Wondering what new movies are coming out this weekend on streaming platforms and in theaters? If so, we've got you covered with this list of fresh titles you should definitely check out.

My Policeman

"My Policeman" features Harry Styles as a bisexual, who falls in love with a female school teacher and a man, who is a museum curator. The movie is set in the 1950s when homosexuality was not legal. It is helmed by Michael Grandage and features Emma Corrin and David Dawson. You can stream this movie on Amazon Prime Video.

Armageddon Time

"Armageddon Time" revolves around a family chasing the American dream. The James Gray movie is available in theaters. Jeremy Strong, Anne Hathaway, Banks Repeta and Jessica Chastain play key roles in the movie.

Enola Holmes 2

If you love watching mystery crime movies, then you should check out "Enola Holmes 2," which is available on Netflix. This Harry Bradbeer movie tells the story of detective Enola Holmes, whose first case is to find a missing girl. Millie Bobby Brown, Louis Partridge, Henry Cavill and Helena Bonham Carter are part of the movie.

Weird: The Al Yankovic Story

"Weird: The Al Yankovic Story" is based on the life of the singer, whose real name is Alfred Matthew Yankovic. Now aged 63, Yankovic is popularly known for making parody songs. Co-written by the singer and writer Eric Appel, the movie is streaming on Roku. Daniel Radcliffe portrays Yankovic in the flick.


"Causeway" is a psychological drama, starring Jennifer Lawrence as Lynsey, and is streaming on Apple TV+. The flick revolves around a female soldier, who returns to her home due to a brain injury she sustained in Afghanistan. It shows how she struggles to stay home with her mother as all she wants is to return to the field.


Although Halloween is over, if you are still in the mood to watch some psychological horror movies, check out "Nocebo." It is available in theaters, as well as on Apple TV+.

The movie is helmed by Lorcan Finnegan and stars Chai Fonacier, Eva Green and Mark Strong.

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