Wondering what to watch over the weekend? We have got a list of new movies from various genres, including science fiction and romantic comedy. You can watch some of them from the comfort of your home and the rest will offer you the ideal cinematic experience at the nearest theaters.


The highly anticipated "Dune" is finally released in theaters and will also stream on HBO Max. The Timothée Chalamet-starrer revolves around a young man named Paul Atreides, who travels to a dangerous planet in order to save the future of his loved ones. Directed by Denis Villeneuve, it also stars Zendaya, Jason Momoa, Rebecca Ferguson and Dave Bautista.

Night Teeth

Looking forward to watching a Halloween-themed movie? Then you should definitely check out Adam Randall's "Night Teeth," which is streaming on Netflix. The story revolves around a college student moonlighting as a chauffeur. One night, the young driver picks up two mysterious women and later learns that they are bloodthirsty. The movie stars Debby Ryan, Lucy Fry, Sydney Sweeney and Megan Fox.

No Future

Director duo Mark Smoot and Andy Irvine's "No Future" is a well-acted drama that revolves around a recovering addict, who returns home after learning that his estranged friend died due to overdose and falls in love with his dead friend's mother. The movie stars Charlie Heaton, Rosa Salazar, Catherine Keener and Jefferson White. "No Future" is available in theaters and it can also be streamed on Apple TV.


If you enjoyed the "Black Mirror" movie where technology acts against humans, then you should watch the sci-fi thriller movie "Warning," which revolves around a group of individuals trying to find the meaning of life while asteroids are heading toward earth. The movie is available in theaters and it stars Annabelle Wallis, Alice Eve, Patrick Schwarzenegger and Alex Pettyfer.

The French Dispatch

Here's a comedy movie set in a fictional 20th-century French city. "The French Dispatch" features four different stories, penned by Wes Anderson, Roman Coppola, Hugo Guinness and Jason Schwartzman. The movie is available in theaters and it stars Timothée Chalamet, Tilda Swinton, Bill Murray, Adrien Brody and Léa Seydoux.

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

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