Knock at the Cabin in theaters.
While vacationing, a girl and her parents are taken hostage by armed strangers who demand that the family make a choice to avoid the apocalypse.
Couplets: Love Story on shelves.
“Maggie Millner’s captivating, seductive debut is a love story in poems that explores obsession, gender, identity, and the art and act of literary transformation. In rhyming couplets and prose vignettes, Couplets chronicles the strictures, structures, and pitfalls of relationships―the mirroring, the pleasing, the small jealousies and disappointments―and how the people we love can show us who we truly are.”
All that Breathes streaming on HBO
“Amidst the darkening backdrop of Delhi’s apocalyptic air and escalating violence, two brothers devote their lives to protect one casualty of the turbulent times: the bird known as the Black Kite.”
Stolen Youth: Inside the Cult at Sarah Lawrence Streaming on Hulu.
“A group of bright Sarah Lawrence College students fall under the dark influence of a friend’s father, Larry Ray. With unprecedented access to the survivors who lived with Ray, the film follows the cult from its origins through its still-unfolding aftermath.”
Swallowed in theaters.
“After a drug run goes bad, two friends must survive a nightmarish ordeal of drugs, bugs and horrific intimacy.”
Churn the Soil by Steve Stred on shelves.
“Two hundred miles north of the town of Basco sits The Border. It’s a quiet, off-the-grid settlement, where the residents have developed a tentative agreement with those that live on the other side of the clearing.
But things are about to change forever.”
Murdaugh Murders: A Southern Scandal streaming on Netflix.
“The Murdaughs are a prominent family in South Carolina, until a fatal boating accident begins the unraveling of their legacy; Maggie Murdaugh and son Paul are later found murdered, bringing to light a century of corruption, power and cover-ups.”
She Is a Haunting by Trang Thanh Tran on shelves.
“When Jade Nguyen arrives in Vietnam for a visit with her estranged father, she has one goal: survive five weeks pretending to be a happy family in the French colonial house Ba is restoring. She’s always lied to fit in, so if she’s straight enough, Vietnamese enough, American enough, she can get out with the college money he promised.
But the house has other plans.”