Mostly on the thriller / horror side, this week’s list contains not one, but two of the “V/H/S” horror anthology films featuring some of the most disturbing shorts you’ll ever see. Starring Kate Beckinsale, Stanley Tucci, and Michael Caine, “Stonehearst Asylum” is another thriller following in the footsteps of Martin Scorsese’s “Shutter Island.” Richard Ayoade directs Jesse Eisenberg and Mia Wasikowska in the indie drama “The Double” while Nicole Kidman and Hugo Weaving star in “Strangerland” about a couple that loses their teenage children right before a dust storm settles in on a remote desert town. One of the most eerie films of all-time, “Let The Right One In” is a Swedish vampire coming of age film. And James Franco and Kate Hudson come across some money that isn’t theirs in “Good People” and end up on the run from people that want it back. If you need a break from the horror / thrillers, there’s “Bachelorette,” starring Kirsten Dunst, Lizzy Caplan, Isla Fisher, and Rebel Wilson, an indie attempt at the comedy “Bridesmaids,” or if you’re in the mood for action, Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard star in the video game adaptation of “Assassin’s Creed.” But number one is right back to the thriller / horror genre, with horror director Mike Flanagan’s adaptation of the Stephen King novel “Gerald’s Game,” starring the gorgeous Carla Gugino and Bruce Greenwood, about a woman who must battle mental and physical tests after she is handcuffed to a bed in a secluded cabin and her husband suffers a fatal heart attack.

V/H/S/2 || Round 2 of the horror anthology short films series

V/H/S || The horror anthology series of short films

Bachelorette || Dunst, Fisher, Caplan, and Wilson female comedy

Stonehearst Asylum || Thriller with Beckinsale, Tucci, and Caine

The Double || Eisenberg and Wasikowska in eerie drama

Strangerland || Kidman and Weaving in missing child drama

Good People|| Franco and Hudson on the run with stolen money

Let The Right One In || An eerie vampire coming of age thriller

Assassin’s Creed || Michael Fassbender’s video game adaptation

Gerald’s Game || Mike Flanagan’s Stephen King adaptation


  • Absolutely Anything (Netflix)
  • Alien Arrival (Netflix)
  • Are You Here (Netflix)
  • Automata (Netflix)
  • Blunt Force Trauma (Netflix)
  • Bobby Sands: 66 Days (Netflix)
  • Checkmate (Netflix)
  • Dawn Patrol (Netflix)
  • The Humbling (Netflix)
  • James Cameron’s Deepsea Challenge (Netflix)
  • James White (Netflix)
  • Kidnapping Mr. Heinenken (Netflix)
  • Love (Netflix)
  • Madame Bovary (Netflix)
  • The Magic School Bus Rides Again: Season One (Netflix)
  • Manhattan Romance (Netflix)
  • Moon Walkers (Netflix)
  • Night School (Netflix)
  • Our Souls At Night (Netflix)
  • People Places Things (Netflix)
  • Restless Creature (Netflix)
  • Rob The Mob (Netflix)
  • The Runner (Netflix)
  • Super Fast (Netflix)
  • Unexpected (Netflix)
  • Vehicle 19 (Netflix)
  • The World Made Straight (Netflix)
  • Zipper (Netflix)


  • The BangBang Club (Amazon Prime)
  • Dust Up (Amazon Prime)
  • Elian (Amazon Prime)
  • Fist Of Fury (Amazon Prime)
  • Hatchet II (Amazon Prime)
  • Life Of An Actress (Amazon Prime)
  • Parkland (Amazon Prime)
  • ThanksKilling (Amazon Prime)
  • Who Shot Pat? (Amazon Prime)


  • Dance Flick (Hulu)
  • Frankie & Alice (Hulu)


  • Gangs Of New York (Showtime)
  • Jaws (Showtime)
  • Outlander (Showtime)


  • The Grandmaster (Tubi TV)


  • Gett: The Trial Of Viviane Amsalem (Fandor)
  • The Human Surge (Fandor)


  • Ned Rifle (Expires on Saturday, Sept. 30 from Netflix)
  • 30 Rock (7 Seasons) (Expires on Sunday, Oct. 1 from Netflix)
  • Barton Fink (Expires on Sunday, Oct. 1 from Netflix)
  • Dark Was The Night (Expires on Sunday, Oct. 1 from Netflix)
  • The Face Of An Angel (Expires on Sunday, Oct. 1 from Netflix)
  • Get The Gringo (Expires on Sunday, Oct. 1 from Netflix)
  • The Girl Is In Trouble (Expires on Sunday, Oct. 1 from Netflix)
  • Kagemusha (Expires on Sunday, Oct. 1 from Netflix)
  • My Father The Hero (Expires on Sunday, Oct. 1 from Netflix)
  • Prison Break (4 Seasons) (Expires on Sunday, Oct. 1 from Netflix)
  • White Rabbit (Expires on Sunday, Oct. 1 from Netflix)
  • The Wonder Years (6 Seasons) (Expires on Sunday, Oct. 1 from Netflix)
  • Salinger (Expires on Wednesday, Oct. 4 from Netflix)

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