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Exorcist

A father (Leslie Odom Jr.) tracks down Chris MacNeil (Ellen Burstyn) after his child becomes possessed.

Major League 4

20 years after the events of the first Major League, the pitcher, Wild Thing, comes out of retirement to mentor a young new player.

Nevermoor

Born on Eventide, Morrigan Crow's fated to die at midnight on her ninth birthday. She is spared when rescued by a mysterious stranger, and after they are chased by black-smoke hounds and shadowy hunters on horseback, they escape to a secret city called Nevermoor.

The Goree Girls

The true story about eight women who were prisoners at the Texas' Goree Prison in the 1940s. They formed an all-female country and western act and ended up building a fanbase of millions. The women were eventually pardoned.

Fast & Furious 10 - Part 2

The final installment of the Fast and the Furious series (excluding anticipated spin-offs).

Rules of Civility

Set in New York City in 1938, a 25-year old named Katey Kontent attempts to rise above the Wall Street secretarial pool into the upper echelons of New York society at the end of the Depression. As much as anything, her challenge is to not lose herself in the romance in Gotham’s high society.

Sandman Slim

James "Sandman Slim" Stark, a fast talking, hard-boiled, supernatural vigilante, escapes from Hell to avenge his girlfriend’s murder and hunt down the magicians responsible for getting him sent "downtown."

I Am Pilgrim

“Pilgrim” is the codename for a man who doesn’t exist. The adopted son of a wealthy American family, he once headed up a secret espionage unit for US intelligence. Now in anonymous retirement, he is called upon to lend his expertise to an unusual investigation but ultimately becomes caught in a terrifying race-against-time to save America from oblivion.

The Dragonriders of Pern

Lessa, a young girl, is the only one to survive the assassination of her family, which rules a part of the planet Pern. She disguises herself as a lowly servant in the house of the new ruler but when her telepathic abilities prove to be far stronger than she believed, Lessa finds herself on a journey that will restore the ancient tradition of dragon-riding just in time to fight a space spore.

In a Dark, Dark Wood

A reclusive writer receives an invitation to a bachelorette party of her best friend from high school, who she hasn’t seen in 10 years.

Malamander (The Legends...

Set in Eerie-on-Sea, a seaside town filled with oddball characters and mysteries as murky as its winter fog, a young boy named Herbert Lemon acts as a hotel's lost-and-found director. He teams up with Violet Parma, a young girl who is looking for parents she lost as a baby. They set off on an adventure that involves the Malamander — a part-fish, part-human monster whose egg is said to make dreams come true — and a hook-handed man who is pursuing them.

Marita

Story of Marita Lorenz, who had an affair with Fidel Castro and was involved in the CIA’s assassination attempt on the Cuban leader.

Combat Control

Air Force Combat Control Technician (CCT) John Chapman dies in battle on March 4, 2002 in Afghanistan. Following his death, no one imagined it would take over a decade for the truth of what really happened on that snowy mountainside to emerge.

Amicus

Lawrence Horn, a former record producer and Motown Records executive, is sentenced to life in prison for hiring Detroit-based hit man James Perry to murder his wife, quadriplegic son and the wealthy family's overnight nurse at their suburban home in Silver Spring, Maryland. Horn's son is the victim of medical malpractice and as the result of a subsequent lawsuit, has a trust worth nearly $2 million, which his father stands to inherit in the wake of his death. Detectives discovers that Perry used how-to book "Hit Man: A Technical Manual for Independent Contractors" as a guide to execute the murders. The families of the victims go on to file a class-action lawsuit against the Colorado-based publisher Paladin Press. The attorneys representing the families then hire Rodney Smolla, a First Amendment attorney and professor at William & Mary Law School, to consult on the historic case, which takes five years to settle amidst a series of shocking and bizarre developments.