Upcoming Movies: September 2018

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Upcoming Movies: September 2018

Margaret Hoff, Web Editor

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School is back in session and so are September’s movies. This month brings in a ton of nationwide releases. Unlike with school, you can actually enjoy these movies with your friends. Seeing as there’s upwards of ten genres to choose from this month, there is bound to be something you will love.

Peppermint (R)- Sept 7

After her husband and daughter are shot dead in a drive-by, vengeful mother Riley North, awakens from a coma. After the murderers of her family walk free of any charges, she devotes years to becoming a lethal killer. Once the tenth anniversary of her family’s death comes around, she goes on a mission to bring her own version punishment to those she holds responsible for this crime. No one from the case is safe as she targets the shooters, judges, and police for her ultimate justice.

Directed By: Pierre Morel

Screenwriter: Chad St. John

Starring: Jennifer Garner, John Ortiz, Method Man

Genre: Thriller


The Nun (R)- Sept 7

After a young nun at an abbey in Romania commits suicide, a priest with a questionable past and a novitiate about to make her final vows are sent by the Vatican to investigate the strange happening. Once they get to the abbey they uncover the order’s evil secret. Risking not only their lives but their promised faith and their very souls. They confront a strong evil force in the form of a demonic nun.

Directed By: Corin Hardy

Screenwriter: David Leslie Johnson, James Wan

Starring: Ingrid Bisu, Demian Bichir, Taissa Farmiga

Genre: Horror


A Simple Favor (R)- Sept 14

In this suspenseful thriller, Stephanie, an online “mommy” vlogger, searches high and low to uncover the truth behind her best friend Emily’s mysterious disappearance from their small town. Stephanie partners with Emily’s (possible) widower, Sean, as this thriller grows in its hysteria-filled twists. As the betrayals, secrets, revelations, revenge, and possible murder, grows more apparent, love and loyalties become questioned.

Directed By: Paul Feig

Screenwriter: Jessica Sharzer

Starring: Anna Kendrick, Blake Lively, Joshua Satine

Genre: Suspense/ Thriller


Night School (PG-13) – Sept 28

This comedy follows a group of “misfits” who dropped out of high school, specifically Teddy Walker. Teddy used to be a businessman, at least until his grill shop was blown up. In order to get any good jobs the group is forced to take night classes to receive their GEDs; however, it’s very unlikely that any of them will pass. Follow the humorous bunch as they struggle to learn even the basics. Who knew school could be so funny?

Directed By: Malcolm D. Lee

Screenwriter: Matthew Kellard, Harry Ratchford, Joey Wells

Starring: Kevin Hart, Tiffany Haddish, Taran Killam

Genre: Comedy


Smallfoot (PG)- Sept 28

Smallfoot takes the classic bigfoot legend and flips it completely upside down. This tale follows a young yeti as he discovers something no yeti has ever seen: a human. Once news that he has discovered a “small-foot” gets out, he gets shrouded with fame. Along with this new popularity he now has a chance with his dream girl. However, it also throws the Yeti community through a loop, sending them all on personal missions to discover what truly lies beyond their desolate village.

Directed By: Karey Kirkpatrick

Screenwriter: John Requa, Glenn Ficarra

Starring: Channing Tatum, Gina Rodriguez, Zendaya

Genre: Children’s Animation


So, this month there is almost every genre from a suspenseful thriller, to a children’s animated movie. However, if none of those sounded good to you, there are still plenty of releases coming throughout this month. Make sure to go check them all out at your local theatre!

More movies coming out this month:

September TBA

God Blessed the Broken Road (Drama/family/faith)

September 14

The Predator (R) (SCI-FI)

Unbroken: Path to Redemption  (PG-13) (TRUE STORY)

White Boy Rick (NR) (CRIME)

September 21

The House with a Clock in its Walls (PG) (SUPERNATURAL)

The Sisters Brothers (R) (DARK COMEDY)

September 28

Hell Fest (NR)(HORROR)

Little Women (FAMILY) (PG-13)


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