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Evil Dead Rise, The Mother from Netflix, Air and every new movie



Another week, another batch of new movies for you to enjoy at home.

This week, a host of exciting new releases are finally available to rent or buy digitally, led by The Evil Dead Rise. So here it is The Testament by Guy Ritchieas Owen Wilson Bob Ross DyeAnd The Wandering Earth 2continuation of the Chinese mega-blockbuster.

In terms of streaming, Netflix has a new action movie starring Jennifer Lopez called MotherDisney Plus introduces a new sci-fi adventure cratersnike movie air comes to Prime Video and critically acclaimed films Holy Omer, FabelmansAnd Wesera: Bone Woman premiere on new streaming services.

Let’s dive into it!

New on Netflix


Where to see: Available to stream on Netflix

Photo: Eric Milner/Netflix

Genre: action drama
Lead time: 1h 55m
Directed by: Niki Caro
Throw: Jennifer Lopez, Gael Garcia Bernal, Paul Rasi

Directed by Niki Caromulan) Netflix’s latest action movie, Jennifer Lopez is a mother. Not no What like motheror What like a mother or What kind of mother. She is a highly trained assassin who comes out of hiding to protect her daughter (Lucy Paez) who she left years ago to hide her from powerful enemies. Like Kiddo’s Beatrix Kill Bill, but instead of “Bride” she’s like “Mother”. Mother like no other.

New on Disney Plus


Where to see: Available for streaming DisneyPlus

Image: Disney

Genre: sci-fi adventure
Lead time: 1h 45m
Directed by: Kyle Patrick Alvarez
Throw: Isaiah Russell-Bailey, McKenna Grace, Brady Noone

A new Disney sci-fi adventure about the coming of age of a boy and his group of four best friends who embark on a journey to a mysterious crater before leaving the moon.

New on Hulu

Holy Omer

Where to see: Available for streaming hulu

Guslagi Malanda is put on trial with two officers watching him in Saint-Omer.  Her brown-orange top is in harmony with the tree of the yard.

Image: Srab Films

Genre: legal drama
Lead time: 2h 2m
Directed by: Alice Diop
Throw: Kaii Kagame, Guslagi Malanda and Valerie Drevil

This French legal drama centers on Rama (Kaye Kagame), a French Senegalese writer who travels to Saint-Omer, France to oversee the trial of Lawrence Coli (Ghuslagi Malanda), a mother accused of allowing her little one to be killed willingly. daughter. As she learns more about Kolya’s life, Rama becomes increasingly distressed at the parallels to her own life and the impending birth of her own child. Holy Omer Directed by Alice Diop, an experienced documentary filmmaker who decided to make the film after being involved in a similar lawsuit in real life.

New on Prime Video


Where to see: Available for streaming Prime video

Ben Affleck plays Phil Knight at a table in sunglasses in Air

Image: Amazon Studios

Genre: drama
Lead time: 1h 51m
Directed by: Ben Affleck
Throw: Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, Jason Bateman

Part of a new wave of basketball films air tells the story of Nike’s partnership with Michael Jordan… without the Michael Jordan part (although Viola Davis plays his mother, Deloris). He also has a killer antagonist who always helps.

New on Showtime


Where to see: Available for streaming Show time

Teenager Sammy Fabelman (Gabriel Labelle) smiles as he points his big film camera at something off-camera while the adults behind him smile and applaud in The Fabelmans.

Image: Amblin Entertainment

Genre: Growing up drama
Lead time: 2h 31m
Directed by: Steven Spielberg
Throw: Michelle Williams, Paul Dano and Gabriel LaBelle

Steven Spielberg’s semi-autobiographical drama follows Sammy Fabelman (Gabrielle LaBelle), an aspiring young filmmaker who finds stability in film amid the dysfunction of his family life and childhood in post-war Arizona. If this description isn’t enough to entice you, how about a cameo appearance? Twin Peaks creator David Lynch as famed Hollywood star John Ford?

From our review:

At the heart of almost every Steven Spielberg movie is the spirit of a boy who is still saddened by his parents’ divorce and hides his grief in a huge movie sandbox. You can see this child’s pain unconsciously spilling over into the quarreling mom and dad characters from Close Encounters of the Third Kind. It emerges in the ET: extraterrestrial family dynamic. And that develops in Catch Me If You Can when Frank Abagnale seeks refuge in his mom’s second family home. But Spielberg never approached his own childhood with the bluntness he did in his semi-autobiographical film Fabelmans, one of the best films of 2022.

New in Apple TV Plus

Still Life: A Film by Michael J. Fox

Where to see: Available for streaming Apple TV Plus

Michael J. Fox looks thoughtful with his chin resting on his hand in STILL: A Michael J. Fox.

Image: Apple TV Plus

Genre: documentary
Lead time: 1h 35m
Directed by: Davis Guggenheim
Throw: Michael J Fox, Tracey Pollan, Andrew Barber

This documentary chronicles Michael J. Fox’s extraordinary life as a Hollywood megastar and his ongoing journey with Parkinson’s. Using archival footage, some script elements and some of the classic documentary film formats, Quiet is one of the most anticipated documents of the year.

New in shudder

Wesera: Bone Woman

Where to see: Available for streaming shudder

A silhouette of a woman stands in the doorway of a backlit nursery in the horror film Huesera: The Bone Woman.

Image: Movies XYZ

Genre: horror
Lead time: 1h 37m
Directed by: Michel Garza Cervera
Throw: Natalia Solian, Alfonso Dosal and Maira Batalla

This critically acclaimed horror film from Mexico tells the story of a young mother who is haunted by otherworldly forces.

From our review:

Weser speaks the language of destruction and installation, the way solid structures crack under pressure – the wood of sturdy furniture, the bones of an animal eaten for its flesh, the expectation of a future mother. Mighty hands tear these things away from their intended purpose. IN WeserValeria is both the hands of an artisan and his medium: she screams in agony as her bones bend for misuse, and yet yearns for control to reshape her life into the shape shaped by her desires. Servera made up a fable about motherhood in response to tradition by asking the question: which tradition is the strongest and most inspiring? Catholic rigidity embodied in the sculpture of the Virgin Mary? Witchcraft of women captivated by such ideals? Punks who riot? When someone whose life is in transition is pulled in different directions, the body is transformed and the bones are realigned.

New on video on demand

The Evil Dead Rise

Where to see: Available to rent for $19.99 at Amazon, Appleand voodoo

Ellie (Alyssa Sutherland), possessed and turned into a red-yellow-eyed, greasy-haired, grubby dead man, smiles eerily over the barrier in Evil Dead Rise.

Image: Warner Bros. Pictures

Genre: supernatural horror
Lead time: 1h 36m
Directed by: Lee Cronin
Throw: Lily Sullivan, Alyssa Sutherland, Morgan Davis

The fifth installment in the legendary horror franchise The Evil Dead stars Lily Sullivan (mentally) as Beth, a guitar engineer who decides to visit her ex-sister Ellie (Alyssa Sutherland) and her children after learning she’s pregnant. When a massive earthquake shakes the foundations of Ellie’s apartment complex, an ancient evil is unintentionally revealed that threatens to claim the lives of everyone trapped inside the building.

From our review:

The Evil Dead Rise This is a film made by the sick for the sick. It’s a fantastic update to the iconic franchise, filled with humor but bringing Alvarez’s taste for the nasty and frustrating. Refreshing set and cast changes, and Sutherland’s outstanding performance prove that there’s still a lot of life and struggle in this undead franchise.

At 97 brisk minutes it seems like it was over almost as soon as it started. It’s the perfect introductory film for a new audience who’s never seen The Evil Dead, but for longtime fans, it will breathe new air into the classic horror comedy franchise, mixing Raimi’s old school approach with new school creepy horror. This proves that there is still a lot to be painted in the old terms.


Where to see: Available to rent for $19.99 at Amazon, Appleand voodoo

Owen Wilson as Carl Nargle, a parody of artist Bob Ross, in Paint.

Image: IFC Films

Genre: comedy
Lead time: 1h 36m
Directed by: Brit McAdams
Throw: Owen Wilson, Michaela Watkins, Ciara Rene

Owen Wilson stars in this dark comedy as Carl Nargle, a pipe-smoking afro-haired artist whose popular public art television show is threatened by a new artist (Michaela Watkins) who becomes the channel’s new star. Distraught, Karl is forced to reckon with the choice of his life and his own failed creative aspirations. It’s basically Host: The Legend of Ron Burgundybut instead of focusing on a character modeled after real host of Mort CrimThis is Bob Ross.

The Testament by Guy Ritchie

Where to see: Available to rent for $19.99 at Amazon, Appleand voodoo

A group of soldiers in desert camouflage, flak jackets, and wielding rifles in Guy Ritchie's The Testament.

Photo: Christopher Raphael/MGM

Genre: Military action thrillers
Lead time: 2h 3m
Directed by: Guy Ritchie
Throw: Jake Gyllenhaal, Dar Salim and Sean Sagar

One of two films released this year about American soldiers fleeing Afghanistan with their interpreters (together with a film by Rick Roman Waugh). Kandahar), Covenant sees Jake Gyllenhaal teaming up with Guy Ritchie for wartime drama.

The Wandering Earth 2

Where to see: Available to rent for $4.99 at Amazon, Appleand voodoo

(LR) Wu Jing, Wang Zhi and Kawawa Kadichi defend against broken glass from an explosion in The Wandering Earth 2.

Image: Well Go USA

Genre: Action-adventure sci-fi
Lead time: 2h 53m
Directed by: Frant Gvo
Throw: Andy Lau, Wu Jing, Willis Chang

The prequel to the 2019 Chinese sci-fi action adventure follows a team of scientists tasked with building huge thrusters designed to safely propel the Earth beyond an impending solar flare in search of a new solar system. scientists must survive the elements and their own interpersonal conflicts in order to survive.


Where to Watch All Spider-Man Movies Online in 2023



60 years after his first appearance in comics, Spider-Man remains one of the world’s most recognizable and beloved superheroes, thanks in large part to the excellent films Sony and Marvel have released over the past 20 years. Featuring three iterations of Peter Parker for three different generations of moviegoers, these films can Alles broadcast online.

For those who want to watch or rewatch the movies ahead of June’s Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, we’ve put together this guide on where you can watch all the Spider-Man movies right now.

Where to watch Spider-Man online

The complete Spider-Man saga includes nine films – eight live-action and one animated. In addition to these main roles, the web-throwing hero appears in several other Marvel and Sony films, which we have detailed in the section below.

Thank you all nine films are available for online streaming, though you’ll need a subscription to three streaming services to watch them all. Each of the films can also be rented or bought from Prime Video or YouTube.

Here is our complete list of how to watch every Spider-Man movie online in 2023:

What is the best order to watch the Spider-Man movies?

If you want to make sure you watch the movies in the best order for you, whether by release date or storytelling timeline, check out our article on how to watch the Spider-Man movies in order.

Where to watch other Spider-Man movies

Spider-Man has appeared in several films with other characters in both the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Sony’s Spider-Man universe.

Here is a list of all movies and how to watch them online in 2023:

When will the new Spider-Man movies come out?

There are currently two confirmed Spider-Man films in the works, both of which are animated: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (releases June 2) and Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse (March 29). 2024).

There has been no official announcement of a new live-action sequel, although Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige said in February that a new Spider-Man film was being written. “All I will say is that we have history,” Feige said. “We have big ideas for this, and our writers are just putting pen to paper right now.”

Jordan covers games, shows and movies as a freelance writer for IGN.

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Korg Berlin showcases ‘acoustic synthesizer’ prototype



The idea of ​​an acoustic synthesizer may seem like an oxymoron, but these are exactly the kind of unexpected concepts that Korg Berlin created for persecution. This R&D-focused independent division was founded in 2020 by Maximilian Rest and Tatsuya Takahashi, creator of Volcas, Minilogue and a host of other contemporary classics. But since its inception, it has remained fairly quiet. That changed this week at Superbooth, where the team showed off their first Acoustic Synthesis_phase5 prototype.

Unlike a traditional synthesizer that uses oscillators, the Phase5 uses tuned metal forks. These forks are specially designed to reproduce certain fundamental notes and overtones. And since the core of sound generation here is an acoustic resonator, it has certain qualities that a conventional synthesizer does not have. For example, it will give feedback like a guitar when held near an amp, and ring when struck from the side. Takahashi told Fess Grandiose about Reverb, “We’re trying to kind of capture that rawness of the instruments, but at the same time, it’s controlled like a synth.”

So that’s the “acoustic” part: metal teeth that ring and resonate and decay, almost like a Fender Rhodes. The synth part comes from the magnets inside the phase5, which allow you to support only the root note, or the root note and overtones, or just overtones. The overtones can also be modulated with the LFO, creating a sound that can only be described as a seasick bell.

Overall, the sound it generates in the short demo video above is quite unique. It does have a ringing, vaguely Rhodes-like quality to it. But it also sounds like what you’d expect from a singing bowl patch on a synth based on ’90s samples.

For now, Phase 5 is just a prototype, and will most likely stay that way. Right now, Korg Berlin is just assessing the interest in this technology. And if it seems that there is a market for such a strange hybrid acoustic synthesizer, then the company will look for ways to further develop it into a finished product.

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TEKKEN 8: Hwoarang announcement and gameplay trailer



It’s time to take it up a notch with Hwoarang in Tekken 8.

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