Friday, June 5
Spunky and rebellious, Becky (Lulu Wilson) is brought to a weekend getaway at a lake house by her father Jeff (Joel McHale) in an effort to try to reconnect. The trip immediately takes a turn for the worse when a group of convicts on the run, led by the merciless Dominick (Kevin James), suddenly invade the lake house.
Kevin James, Lulu Wilson, Nick Morris, Simon Pegg, Amanda Brugel, Robert Maillet ,Joel McHale, Jonathan Milott, Cary Murnion
On the night of the strangest weddings in cinema history, a grotesque gang boss hires a stone cold killer to bring him the finger of a fading, drug-addicted jazz legend.
Henry Rollins, Bruce McDonald, Stephen McHattie, Lisa Houle, Stéphane Bissot, Hana Sofia Lopes, Tony Burgess, Patrick Whistler
Cotton O’Connor reluctantly returns to his home in the South after having been away for several years. The great matriarch of the family has passed away and nothing is as it was. As all the members of the family gather, Cotton realizes how much his own perspective has changed and struggles to see how he belongs in an old South with old ways. Now he must navigate the treachery of wills, love, the past and the future!
Madison Iseman, Olivia Grace Applegate, Beth Broderick, Patrick Shanahan, Reece Thompson, Ira David Wood III, Benjie Anderson, Frieda Jane
In the anarchic town of Seaside, nowhere near the sea, puppeteers Judy and Punch are trying to resurrect their marionette show. The show is a hit due to Judy's superior puppeteering, but Punch's driving ambition and penchant for whisky lead to an inevitable tragedy that Judy must avenge.
Mia Wasikowska, Benedict Hardie, Tom Budge, Mirrah Foulkes, Damon Herriman, Terry Norris, Gillian Jones, Lucy Velik
Renowned horror writer Shirley Jackson is on the precipice of writing her masterpiece when the arrival of newlyweds upends her meticulous routine and heightens tensions in her already tempestuous relationship with her philandering husband. The middle-aged couple, prone to ruthless barbs and copious afternoon cocktails, begins to toy mercilessly with the naïve young couple at their door.
Logan Lerman, Elisabeth Moss, Odessa Young, Josephine Decker, Jeffrey Soros, Simon Horsman, Christine Vachon, David Hinojosa
Abel Ferrara’s first dramatic feature since 2014’s Pasolini reteams the filmmaker and his frequent lead Willem Dafoe, who delivers a career-best performance as the title character, an older American expat living in Rome with his young wife and their daughter. Disoriented by his past misgivings and subsequent, unexpected blows to his self-esteem, Tommaso wades through this late chapter of his life with an increasingly impaired grasp on reality as he prepares for his next film. Tommaso is easily Ferrara and Dafoe’s most personal and engrossing collaboration to date, a delicately surrealistic work of autofiction marked by the keen sensitivity of two consummate artists.
Abel Ferrara, Willem Dafoe, Anna Ferrara, Christina Chiriac
When the Nuremberg Laws are passed forbidding Jews to own pets, Kaleb, a German Shepherd, is separated from his Jewish family and his beloved 10 year old master, Joshua (August Maturo). Kaleb becomes a street dog, is captured and eventually adopted by an SS dog trainer (Ken Duken) at a Nazi work camp where Kaleb has now been trained to help round up and terrorize Jewish prisoners. But one day when a new trainload of prisoners arrives at the camp, Joshua steps out of that train and the dog rediscovers his unwavering loyalty. Together the pair attempts to escape the camp and begin the perilous journey to freedom.
Ayelet Zurer, Lynn Roth, August Maturo, Ken Duken