Get ready for an exciting line-up of streaming releases this week, featuring a diverse range of films that delve into various themes.
Whether you’re in the mood for introspective journeys, action-packed adventures, or chilling horror, this roundup has got you covered.
Below is a list of Movies coming out this week on various streaming platforms and their release dates
Beau Is Afraid
Release Date: Tuesday, June 13 on VOD
Prepare for a surreal and hilarious odyssey as Ari Aster takes us on a neurotic spectacle of suffering in Beau Is Afraid. Joaquin Phoenix portrays the titular character, Beau, a man striving to return home to be with his deceased mother.
However, his journey is plagued by bizarre and threatening encounters, both in the external world and within his own troubled mind. Ari Aster’s unrestrained vision delivers an intense and moving experience that leaves a lasting impact.
Release Date: Friday, June 16 on Hulu
Chevalier is a lush and triumphant biopic that charts the remarkable life of Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges. Kelvin Harrison Jr. delivers a standout performance as Bologne, the son of an African slave and a French plantation owner.
The film explores Bologne’s journey from his upbringing to becoming an acclaimed violinist-composer and fencer. Instead of a traditional cradle-to-grave narrative, Chevalier captures significant moments in time, weaving together a captivating and historically rich story.
Release Date: Friday, June 16 on Netflix
Chris Hemsworth sheds his Thor persona to become Tyler Rake in Extraction 2. As a skilled black market mercenary, Rake is assigned to extract targets from perilous situations.
Known for his resilience, Rake is back for another chaotic mission filled with train fights, car chases, and gunfights. This sequel promises an action-packed ride, complete with fiery punches and a touch of cheesy entertainment for those seeking a thrilling action flick.
Release Date: Thursday, June 15 on Hulu
For those seeking an unsettling experience, Jagged Mind offers a queer horror tale. The story follows Billy (Maisie Richardson-Sellers) and Alex (Shannon Woodward) as their romantic encounter takes a dark turn. Billy starts experiencing blackouts and recurring visions of her own death.
Despite reassurances from Alex, Billy becomes increasingly troubled, suspecting a sinister connection to the person she has recently met. Brace yourself for an edge-of-your-seat exploration of psychological unease.
Midday Black Midnight Blue
Release Date: Friday, June 16 on VOD
Midday Black Midnight Blue, a standout independent film, delves deep into the theme of grief. The story revolves around Ian (Chris Stack), who has been spiraling since the loss of his beloved.
Even with the support of his late partner’s sister, Beth (Merritt Wever), Ian finds himself engulfed in darkness. The film offers an uncompromising portrayal of the consuming nature of loss, challenging viewers to confront the depths of their own emotions.
Release Date: Friday, June 16 on Prime Video
Spoiler Alert delves into the narratives we construct to find meaning in life’s tumultuous moments. This film traces the love story of two individuals, exploring the awkward yet endearing stages of their emotional connection.
However, it is evident from the beginning that this tale does not have a happy ending. Based on a memoir, this journey examines the power of storytelling and its role in shaping our perceptions of love and loss.
Release Date: Friday, June 16 on Disney+
Discover the life and legacy of the iconic creator of Marvel characters, Stan Lee, in this documentary. Before he became a familiar face in superhero movies, Lee was a young man with a passion for comics. Witness his journey as he forged a path in the comic book industry, ultimately reshaping the world as we know it.
Release Date: Friday, June 16 on Hulu
The Apology is a holiday-themed horror film cantered around Darlene (Anna Gunn), a recovering alcoholic whose daughter vanished two decades ago.
Determined to move forward, Darlene hosts a family holiday gathering. However, as the festivities progress, she uncovers darker truths that plunge her world into darkness.
There’s Something Wrong with the Children
Release Date: Thursday, June 15 on Paramount+
Margaret (Alisha Wainwright) and Ben (Zach Gilford) embark on a weekend trip with their friends and young children, anticipating a delightful time together.
However, as the title suggests, There’s Something Wrong With The Children takes a twisted turn, unravelling the minds of both adults and kids alike in a gripping and unsettling manner. Brace yourself for an eerie exploration of the human psyche.
Get ready to embark on a cinematic journey filled with laughter, action, suspense, and thought-provoking narratives as you explore these diverse streaming releases. Enjoy the wide range of emotions and experiences that await you!