One of the spookiest films of all time is among the movies on TV tonight
One of its leads became an Oscar winner earlier this year.
Looking for something to watch this Saturday evening? Let us guide you to JOE's 'Must-Watch at Home' pick for this week right here:
This Week's Must-Watch at Home... is legitimately one of the best movies of 2023 so far! pic.twitter.com/vb58Jl5lhv
— JOE.ie (@JOEdotie) May 4, 2023
If that is not for you though, here are the movies on telly tonight:
Jaws II - ITV4 - 9pm
The first sequel to Steven Spielberg's monster movie masterpiece.
Starsky & Hutch - Comedy Central - 9pm
In this movie reboot, Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson put a comedic spin on the classic '70s buddy cop action series of the same name.
Kingsman: The Golden Circle - Film4 - 9pm
The sadly disappointing sequel to the brilliant first entry in the spy action comedy franchise - Kingsman: The Secret Service.
Exit Wounds / Above the Law - Turner Classic Movies - 9pm / 11.10pm
It's a Steven Seagal double bill tonight on TCM.
Remember - AMC - 9pm
Christopher Plummer stars in this drama thriller as an elderly man with dementia who goes in search of the person he believes to be responsible for the death of his family during the Holocaust.
Nomads - Horror Xtra - 9pm
Pierce Brosnan stars in this '80s horror that was the debut film of director John McTiernan (Die Hard, Predator).
Homeward - BBC Four - 9pm
In this well-reviewed 2019 Ukrainian drama, a father travels with his son to transport the body of his deceased older son from Kyiv to Crimea.
The Age of Innocence - TG4 - 9.50pm
Daniel Day-Lewis, Michelle Pfeiffer and Winona Ryder are all excellent in Martin Scorsese's sumptuous adaptation of Edith Wharton's historical romantic drama novel of the same name.
Ocean's Eleven - RTÉ2 - 9.50pm
George Clooney's thief leads an all-star crew to take down Andy Garcia's casino owner in this modern classic caper.
Saw II - Sky Max - 10.30pm
"Do you wanna play a game?"
Con Air - Channel 4 - 10.50pm
One of Nicolas Cage's best action movies, alongside Face/Off and The Rock.
The Fog - Legend - 10.55pm
Our pick for tonight is this 1980 horror about the inhabitants of a small coastal town - including a radio host (Adrienne Barbeau), a young hitchhiker (recent Oscar-winner Jamie Lee Curtis) and a fisherman (Tom Atkins) - who must fight to survive when a supernatural and deadly fog rolls in from the sea.
Reteaming legendary director John Carpenter with Curtis just two years after the pair worked together on the seminal slasher Halloween, The Fog's beautiful setting, likable cast, great special effects and spooky story are why it remains one of the most effective horrors of the '80s and maybe ever.
Jamie Lee Curtis and her mother Janet Leigh on the set of The Fog
Operation Chromite - AMC - 10.55pm
A South Korean war drama that features Liam Neeson amongst its cast.
Death Wish - ITV4 - 11.25pm
A New York City architect (Charles Bronson) becomes a vigilante after his wife is murdered in this 1974 action-drama which became a touchstone for the sub-genre of revenge films.
Brightburn - Film4 - 11.45pm
This 2019 horror produced by Guardians of the Galaxy's James Gunn boasts one of the great premises: What if Superman was evil?
The Old Man & the Gun - RTÉ One - 11.55pm
Robert Redford's last leading role before retiring from acting, here he plays Forrest Tucker - a real-life career criminal and prison escape artist.
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