The High Note: Spelling the Dream – Here are some new films that are being released for streaming, rental or purchase this week.
1BR: it is a horror-thriller about a woman who moves into a new apartment and then finds her neighbours are not what they seem.
The movie is still unrated. Releases on June 2nd on DVD.
The High Note: Spelling the Dream
A Clear Shot: Mario Peebles stars in this thriller themed movie which is about gunmen who storm on electronics store. The movie is still unrated and it releases on June 2.
Adrift In Soho: a novel which is written by Colin Wilson which is about Beat Generation in England in the 1950s gets turned into a film starring Owen Drake and Caitlin Harris. The movie is unrated and streaming begins on June 2 on video on demand.
Clickbait: the internet seeks revenge on a college-going student who will do anything for online infamy when she will get kidnapped by a fan. The movie is unrated and has the same release date i.e., on June 2.
For We Are Many: it is a horror anthology film from multiple directors. The movie is unrated and the streaming begins on May 29.
The High Note: Tracee Ross, Dakota Johnson, Ice Cube, Kelvin Harrison Jr. And Bill Pullman stars in this romantic drama about a superstar singer’s personal assistant who dreams of becoming a music producer. The movie is rated PG-13 and begins streaming on video-on-demand on May 29.
Robert The Bruce: this historical drama tells us the story of the nobleman turned outlaw who became king of the Scots in the 14th century. The movie is still unrated and it will be available on Bluray and DVD on June 2.
Spelling The Dream: CNN’s Sanjay Gupta and Fareed Zakaria, as well as comedian Hari Kondabolu, are three of the voices in this documentary looking at the phenomenon on Indian-American young people dominating the Scripps National Spelling Bee.
The movie is still unrated and it begins streaming on June 3.