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The reel deal: September movie releases

New movies released in September 2018 include The Nun, Peppermint, A Simple Favor and Night School.

New movies released in September 2018 include The Nun, Peppermint, A Simple Favor and Night School. 


Pray for forgiveness.

Horror | Thriller

Directed by Corin Hardy

Starring Bonnie Aarons, Taissa Farmiga and Charlotte Hope

In theaters 9.7

Set in the same universe as The Conjuring and Annabelle movies, this film focuses on a tortured priest and wannabe nun who risk their lives — and their faiths — after the Vatican sends them to investigate a mysterious suicide in Romania.

The Nun


The system failed. She won’t.

Drama | Thriller

Directed by Pierre Morel

Starring Jennifer Garner, Tyson Ritter and Cailey Fleming

In theaters 9.7

After emerging from a coma to discover her husband and daughter were killed by members of a drug cartel, a vindictive widow exacts her revenge on the evil men who robbed her of a family.



The hunt has evolved.

Thriller | Sci-Fi

Directed by Shane Black

Starring Boyd Holbrook, Olivia Munn and Keegan-Michael Key

In theaters 9.14

In the fourth installment of this long-running film franchise, a young boy inadvertently invites murderous aliens back to Earth, before a team of former soldiers and a short-tempered science teacher attempt to save the planet on their own. 

The Predator
Kimberley French


What happened to Emily?

Mystery | Crime

Directed by Paul Feig

Starring Anna Kendrick, Blake Lively and Henry Golding

In theaters 9.14

When an affluent and enigmatic mother suddenly disappears, a recent acquaintance takes it upon herself to find out what happened to the seemingly wonderful woman she was only beginning to know.

A Simple Favor
Peter Iovino


Something felt very wrong, and I needed to find out why.


Directed by James D. Stern

In theaters 9.14

A political junkie turned documentarian travels across the U.S. in mid-2016 to find out what people in both red and blue states think about the most unconventional presidential candidate in American history.

American Chaos


Drama | Mystery

Directed by Yann Demange

Starring Matthew McConaughey, Taylour Paige, YG

In theaters 9.14

Set in Detroit during the 1980s, this film tells the true story of a scheming dad whose son followed his lead, transforming from a troublemaking teen into a drug kingpin and undercover FBI informant, all before he was old enough to drive.

White Boy Rick


The house knows what makes you tick.

Fantasy | Mystery

Directed by Eli Roth

Starring Jack Black, Cate Blanchett and Kyle MacLachlan

In theaters 9.21

Immerse yourself in an enchanting realm of secrets and sorcery as a curious orphan is sent to stay with his unorthodox uncle who lives in a house with a cataclysmic device ticking inside its walls.

House With A Clock In Its Walls
Quantrell D. Colbert


We’re all part of a greater story.

Drama | Romance

Directed by Dan Fogelman

Starring Olivia Cooke, Oscar Isaac and Olivia Wilde

In theaters 9.21

Relish in the crazy condition known as human existence in this film that follows a young couple from their first date till their first child, with a focus on how little decisions can affect families for generations.

Life Itself
Jon Pack



Directed by Malcolm D. Lee

Starring Kevin Hart, Tiffany Haddish and Taran Killam

In theaters 9.28

After a top-selling salesman accidentally incinerates the only place he’s qualified to work, he enrolls in after-hours classes in order to earn his GED and get a new job.

Night School
Eli Joshua Ade


Not every legend is a tall tale

Fantasy | Musical

Directed by Karey Kirkpatrick

Starring Channing Tatum, James Corden and Zendaya

In theaters 9.28

In a community of abominable snowpeople where humans are considered to be mythical creatures, one Yeti is convinced of their existence and embarks on a journey to prove he’s right.



This story is mostly true.

Comedy | Crime

Directed by David Lowery

Starring Robert Redford, Casey Affleck and Danny Glover

In theaters 9.28

A happy-go-lucky bank robber in his late-70s commits a string of robberies after escaping San Quentin State Prison in the adaptation of this true story that Robert Redford has announced will be his final role on film.

The Old Man and the Gun
Eric Zachanowich


It’s fun going in. It’s hell getting out.

Thriller | Horror

Directed by Gregory Plotkin

Starring Bex Taylor-Klaus, Amy Forsyth and Reign Edwards

In theaters 9.28

After three young couples enter a harrowing carnival on Halloween night, a masked serial killer murders them one by one, while the park’s patrons think it’s all part of the show.

Hell Fest
Jackson Lee Davis