The spiritual successor to Roger Rabbit and 7 more movies and shows to watch this weekend 1 month ago

The spiritual successor to Roger Rabbit and 7 more movies and shows to watch this weekend

Not sure what to watch this weekend? We got you covered...

Another week, another full schedule of new movies and shows to check out in the cinema and at home.


To kick things off, here are the movies which will all be available on the big screens around Ireland from Friday, 20 May.


Continuing in the vein of "if you're looking for something completely different", this Nordic chiller sees a group of young kids from a series of high-rise housing developments become close friends, only to discover that a number of them have been gifted with supernatural powers. And not all of them plan on using them for good...



This actually came out last week, but there was a last-minute snafu with the release schedule, so we're putting it on this week's list. The best-reviewed movie of the decade! Michelle Yeoh plays an office worker who gets inexplicably drawn into a multidimensional battle for survival. Check out the trailer below and tell us it doesn't look mind-blowingly awesome. Read our full review here.

And now on to the stuff you can watch at home this week, starting with...



A brand-new test on the reality TV format will see a group of 15 people from the UK transported to a very American high school, all in the hopes of finding love. Best of all, it will be narrated by none other than Lindsay Lohan.

The show is available to watch on Amazon Prime Video right now.



When she gets a bit of a wake-up call, Beth (Amy Schumer) decides she needs to do something drastic to shake things up in her happy-but-boring life. 91% on Rotten Tomatoes, if you're thinking whether or not this might be any good, because apparently it is.

All episodes from the first season are available to watch on Disney+ right now.



Uncanny worlds, violent delights and twisted kicks await in the third volume of the Emmy-winning animated anthology from Tim Miller and David Fincher.

All episodes from the new season will be available to watch on Netflix from Friday, 20 May.


A movie based on the much-loved animated duo, with Andy Samberg and John Mulaney voicing the central duo, supported by an all-star cast including Will Arnett, Eric Bana, J.K. Simmons, Chris Parnell, Keegan-Michael Key and Seth Rogen. Watch the trailer below and tell us it doesn't feel like a modern day Who Framed Roger Rabbit?...

The movie will be available to watch on Disney+ from Friday, 20 May.


Academy-Award winners Sissy Spacek and J.K. Simmons head this mysterious sci-fi series about a couple who discovered a transporting portal on their land and have been keeping it a secret for decades, only for things to take a turn when a stranger appears and starts asking questions...

All eight episodes will debut on Amazon Prime Video on Friday, 20 May.


The middle entry in the new Halloween trilogy before it all comes to an end once and for all in the appropriately titled Halloween Ends, which arrives this October. Before then, check out Michael Myers once again bringing chaos to a sleepy town on October 31st.

The movie is available to watch with a NOW Cinema Membership from Friday, 20 May, and you can check out our interview with scream queen herself Jamie Lee Curtis right here:

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