Writer/director Jim Cummings’ feature-length adaptation of his award-winning short film. Thunder Road is a dark comedy about a police officer who struggles to cope with everyday life after his mother’s death and losing custody of his daughter. Drops 10/30/18 on iTunes.
(PG-13: Language) “This next one is, umm, it’s another duet.” We’re not crying, and it’s not rain on our face either. It’s just that Flight of the Conchords are back. Their new HBO special has both classics and new tunes, performed live in London. Premieres 10/6/18.
(PG-13: Language) Matthew McConaughey returns to comedy with the help of Harmony Korine (Spring Breakers). The actor plays Moondog, “a rebellious rogue who always lives life by his own rules.” Also starring Snoop Dogg, Isla Fisher and Zac Efron. Premieres 3/22/19.
Described by critics as “Shaun of the Dead meets La La Land“, Anna and the Apocalypse is based on Zombie Musical, a short film by Ryan McHenry. It’s about a group of high schoolers slashing and singing their way through a zombie apocalypse. Premieres 12/2018.
Simon Pegg reunites with his Cornetto Trilogy buddy Nick Frost in this monster comedy. In Slaughterhouse Rulez, Pegg plays a substitute teacher at an elite boarding school. Mayhem unfolds when a mysterious sinkhole appears on school grounds. Premieres 10/31/18.
(Mature Content) Karl is that guy. That friend whom you barely even consider as a friend anymore because he can’t take a hint. Karl’s friends had enough and decided maybe this guy needs to leave Earth. Will they go through with the plan? Find out in this silly short film.
Set in the Wild West, The Sisters Brothers is a comedy about two sibling hired guns hunting a chemist who stole from their boss. Things turn ugly when their contact sees an opportunity for himself. Starring Joaquin Phoenix, John C. Reilly and Jake Gyllenhaal.
(PG-13) “Do more punk to me.” An adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s eponymous science fiction short story. Set in 1977 London, How to Talk to Girls at Parties sees a shy punk fan meet a fellow rebellious teenager, who just happens to be an alien. Premieres 5/28/18.
(PG-13: Language) Seth Rogen’s Hilarity for Charity is an upcoming Netflix special that combines music, sketches and stand up comedy to raise awareness for Alzheimer’s disease. It stars John Mulaney, Post Malone, Tiffany Haddish and more. Premieres 4/6/18.
In The House with a Clock In Its Walls, a kid moves in with his uncle, who turns out to be part of a town of witches and warlocks. They end up trying to stop a demonic clock hidden inside a house. Eli Roth directs this adaptation of a classic children’s book. Premieres 9/21/18.
When a woman he meets disappears in the middle of the night, a jaded 33-year-old turns into a conspiracy theorist. He finds himself going down the rabbit hole that is Los Angeles. Andrew Garfield stars in this intriguing mystery comedy. Premieres 6/22/18.
(PG-13: Language) “My parents did just well enough so that I could grow up poor around white people.” Dave Chappelle’s last two Netflix specials – at least in the foreseeable future – are streaming now. Equanimity is arguably one of his best specials.