Kevin Hart’s new comedy Night School is releasing today, as well as a number of other entertaining flicks that you definitely won’t want to miss! Check out all the new movies opening in theaters across Canada below. ~Caitlyn Clancey
Night School – After he loses his job at the BBQ City store, Teddy (Kevin Hart) sets his sights on becoming a stockbroker, but first needs to earn his GED. He enrolls in night school classes taught by the no-nonsense educator, Carrie (Tiffany Haddish). Click here for showtimes.
Trailer: Night School
Smallfoot – After a chance encounter with a smallfoot (a.k.a. a human), Migo the Yeti (voice of Channing Tatum) is disappointed to find that no one in his tribe believes his story. In order to prove he was right, he sets out to gather more evidence that the smallfoot people really exist. He runs into Percy (voice of James Corden), a smallfoot who needs Migo just as much as Migo needs him. Click here for showtimes.
Hell Fest – On Halloween night, a group of friends attend an amusement park horror show called Hell Fest, where they are stalked by a masked man. Initially convinced this is all part of the scary fun, the friends quickly learn he’s an actual murderer and must fight to evade his relentless slaughter while the other unsuspecting patrons believe it’s just another spooky scare. Click here for showtimes.
Trailer: Hell Fest
Little Women – The March sisters – Meg, Beth, Jo and Amy – all have dreams that they want to see achieved and inevitably end up growing apart as they set out to make those dreams come true. But sometimes it’s not quite so easy to make dreams a reality, as Jo in particular quickly learns during her pursuit to become a successful writer. When tragedy strikes the family, the girls all return home and come together, needing each other now more than ever. Click here for showtimes.
Trailer: Little Women
Anthropocene: The Human Epoch – This documentary reveals how humans have caused major destruction to the planet in our endless pursuit of global conquest and urges for a change in order to save the world and humanity from total extinction. Opens today in Toronto, October 5 in Vancouver and Ottawa, October 19 in Montreal and throughout fall in other cities. Click here for showtimes.
Trailer: Anthropocene: The Human Epoch
Lizzie – Lizzie Borden (Chloë Sevigny) is unmarried and lives at home with her domineering father Andrew (Jamey Sheridan) and his new wife Abby (Fiona Shaw). Her life is claustrophobic until Irish maid Bridget Sullivan (Kristen Stewart) arrives and the two begin an intimate relationship. Together they form a wicked plan to put an end to Lizzie’s sources of suffering once and for all. Opens today in Toronto, October 5 in Vancouver and Montreal, and throughout fall in other cities. Click here for showtimes.
Hold the Dark – When her six-year-old son goes missing in a remote Alaskan village, Medora (Riley Keough) calls on naturalist Russell Core (Jeffrey Wright) to help find him. However, her soldier husband (Alexander Skarsgård) soon returns from war, and his arrival sets off a violent chain of events. Playing in Toronto at TIFF Bell Lightbox and premieres today on Netflix. Click here for showtimes.
Trailer: Hold the Dark