I Can’t Go Out – Week of May 4

If you are feeling stir crazy, you’re starting to believe your own trapped family is leading you to lunacy, maybe even murder, have we got the movie for you! Indeed, it’s a stellar week for horror fans. Read on!

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The Lodge

Tigers Are Not Afraid (DVD)

Gretel & Hansel (DVD)

Greed (DVD)

Bloodshot (DVD)

I Still Believe (DVD)

I Can’t Go Out – Week of April 28

The time will come within weeks that we have no post-theatrical releases to discuss. How insane is that? Until then, you can pass the time with two early 2020 releases that, according to box office, you probably missed. Both are worth a look – one is actually excellent.

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The Assistant

The Rhythm Section

I Don’t Want to Go Out—Week of March 2

If you missed the exceptional Queen & Slim during its theatrical run, now is your opportunity to rectify that situation. And that’s not the only solid choice you have facing you and your comfy couch time. We are here to guide you.

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Queen & Slim

Dark Waters

Disappearance at Clifton Hill

The Furies

I Don’t Want to Go Out—Week of February 24

It’s here! The one movie of 2019 that everybody loved, and why not? Plus, you know what? The rest of this week’s crop ain’t half bad.

Knives Out

Brainiac: Transmissions After Zero

Scandalous: The True Story of the National Enquirer

Frozen 2

Color Out of Space

I Don’t Want to Go Out – Week of February 17

It’s a beautiful day in the living room, what with all these excellent movie choices! Well, not every single one is a winner, but that’s what we’re here for. We’ll help you get it sorted.

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Jojo Rabbit

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

21 Bridges

Frankie

Midway

I Don’t Want to Go Out—Week of January 27

Excellent week in lazybags theater. Stay inside and watch the best film of 2019, one hell of a performance, and an unreasonably underseen action flick in which Schwarzenegger gets off the funniest line of his career.

Do it.

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Parasite

Harriet

Terminator: Dark Fate