Movies Released September 6, 2019

Friday, September 6

IT Chapter Two

Because every 27 years evil revisits the town of Derry, Maine, IT: Chapter Two brings the characters—who’ve long since gone their separate ways—back together as adults, nearly three decades after the events of the first film.
Dan Lin, Sophia Lillis, Marty Ewing, Finn Wolfhard, James McAvoy, Jessica Chastain, Jeremy Ray Taylor, Barbara Muschietti
Sequel Thriller Suspense Horror IMAX
4 / 5
Trailer Buy / Rent
88 mins

Satanic Panic

A pizza delivery girl at the end of her financial rope has to fight for her life — and her tips — when her last order of the night turns out to be high society Satanists in need of a virgin sacrifice.
Arden Myrin, AJ Bowen, Jordan Ladd, Whitney Moore, Chelsea Stardust, Travis Stevens, Dallas Sonnier, Adam Goldworm
Drama Horror Dark Comedy
3 / 5
Trailer Buy / Rent

Boy Genius

Centers on a 12 year-old child prodigy (Brown) who teams up with a quirky retiree to solve a crime and save his family from splitting up.
Ravi Patel, Arden Myrin, Nora Dunn, Bridget Stokes, Vicky Wight, Rita Wilson, Zach Gilford, Tracie Toms
Crime Family

Night Hunter

Marshall (Cavill), a weathered Lieutenant, and his police force investigate a string of female abductions and murders linked to an online predator. As new leads emerge and the case unravels, Marshall teams with local vigilante (Kingsley) in pursuit of vengeance.
Stanley Tucci, Alexandra Daddario, Minka Kelly, Henry Cavill, Ben Kingsley, David Raymond, Nathan Fillion, Eliana Jones
110 mins

Ne Zha

A young boy, Nezha, is birthed from a heavenly pearl by the Primeval Lord of Heaven. Born with unique powers, Nezha finds himself as an outcast who is hated and feared. Destined by prophecy to bring destruction to the world, the young boy must choose between good and evil in order to break the shackles of fate and become the hero.
Yu Yang, Yanting Lü, Qi Lü, Mo Han, Hao Chen
Action Animation

Super Size Me 2: Holy Chicken!

In the 15 years since ‘Super Size Me’, the fast-food industry has undergone a makeover. Today, chain restaurants tout food that's "healthy," "organic," and "natural." Filmmaker Morgan Spurlock explores this new reality with an approach even more immersive and subversive than that used for his first film: he sets out to open his own chicken franchise. We follow him every step of the way, from raising poultry and conjuring recipes to designing the brand and scouting a location. Spurlock brings his disarming humor to uncover the truths and lies behind this multibillion-dollar industry.
Morgan Spurlock
Sequel Documentary

Ms. Purple

A poignant drama about Asian American sister and brother, Kasie (Tiffany Chu) and Carey (Teddy Lee), who were raised and are now seemingly stuck in Korea town, Los Angeles. Abandoned by their mother and brought up by their father, the siblings continue to struggle with deep emotional wounds from the difficulty of the parental dynamic.
Justin Chon, Chris Dinh, Jake Choi, Tiffany Chu, Teddy Lee, Octavio Pizano, James Kang
Drama Family


Instead of being forced into a retirement home, a recent widow decides to go on a climbing trip at the age of 83.
Simon Hunter, Sheila Hancock

Friday, September 6