What Movies To Look Out For In Early 2020

Coming off an exciting and refreshing year for movies, we have so much to look forward to in 2020. Here are some of the most anticipated movies to check out at the beginning of 2020.


Sam Mendes, the director best known for films such as, Skyfall, Spectre, American Beauty and so many more is back with his WW1 war epic that was filmed and edited to feel like one continuous shot. The film is centered around two infantrymen that are given orders to deliver a message in an attempt to aide in the retreat of 1600 soldiers from a potential ambush. With Roger Deakins as the principal cinematographer, 1917 is sure to look unbelievable realistic and beautiful captured. In theatres January 10th.

Just Mercy

The true story of civil rights activist and attorney Bryan Stevenson (Michael B. Jordan) as he takes on the case of wrongfully convicted Walter McMillan (Jamie Foxx). We follow the story of Bryan meeting McMillan and how he was eventually able to prove McMillan’s obvious innocence. In theatres January 10th.

The Rhythm Section

Blake Lively stars in this thriller as Stephanie Patrick, whose family was tragically taken from her in a plane crash. She later finds out that the plane crash was no accident. This sets her on a self-destructive path to find justice. In Theatres January 31st.

Gretel and Hansel

Based on the Brothers Grimm fairy-tale Hansel and Gretel. The film takes a dark and thrilling look into Gretel (Sophia Lillis) as she leads her younger brother Hansel (Sammy Leakey) into the forest in search of food, only to stumble upon that terrifying evil we are so familiar with. In theatre January 31st.

The Lodge

We are finally getting the chance to see one of the best horror films that debuted at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival. The Lodge follows the story of a father (Riley Keough), his two children and fiancé Laura (Alicia Silverstone) as they retreat to a wintery vacation in the mountains. Upon arriving at the cabin, the father is quickly called back to work, leaving babysit his two children. As a blizzard confines them to the cabin, the children get to know their soon to be step mother and her dark past. In Theatres February 7th.

After Midnight

In this mysterious drama, horror, thriller hybrid. Hank (Jeremy Gardner) is abandoned by the woman he loved so dearly. He is forced to figure out how to move forward, all while a monster of some sort terrorizes him at night. In theatres February 14th.


One of Jane Austen’s most cherished novels once told in the fashion of rich Beverly Hills high schoolers in Clueless. We get a more refined and classic take on the tale. Ana Taylor-Joy takes on the role of Emma as we follow her chaotic life. In Theatres February 21st.

The Way Back

Ben Affleck stars as Jack Cunningham, a man who has seemingly lost everything as he is forced to find a new life and overcome his vices. Can he find a way out from the self-destructive path that he is on? In Theatres March 6th.

Saint Maud

In this terrifying horror film, we follow the life of Maud. A young devout Christian woman that becomes overbearingly fanatical with the idea that she may be possessed. Maud struggles to border her perception religion and her interactions with those around her. In Theatres March 27th.

Well these are just some of the movie I am excite for in the coming months. Let me know what you are excited for in the comments below!

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