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Artist Annie (Collette) fears that her family's history of mental illness has caught up with her when she begins catching glimpses of her recently deceased mother in her workshop. After another horrific tragedy strikes her family, she joins a support group where she's befriended by another woman, who advises Annie to perform a seance to make contact with her dead loved ones. As Annie continues to descend into the madness of grief, she becomes increasingly haunted by her family's long-buried and dark secrets, pulling her husband and child along with her on a journey that blurs the line between what is real and what is madness.

Director: Ari Aster. Stars: Toni Collette, Gabriel Byrne, Alex Wolff, Milly Shapiro, Ann Dowd. 2018. 127 min. Horror.



After falling head over heels in love with each other, Richard (Claflin) and Tami (Woodley) set out on an ambitious ocean voyage from Tahiti to San Diego aboard a beautiful yacht, but tragedy strikes when they sail directly into a destructive hurricane and Tami is knocked unconscious. When she comes to hours later, she finds the boat destroyed and Richard missing, leaving her adrift in the middle of the Pacific Ocean with no hope of rescue. With only the waves to keep her company, canned food to keep her from starving and a sextant to guide her, she builds a makeshift sail and becomes determine to survive. Based on true events.

Director: Baltasar Korm├íkur. Stars: Shailene Woodley, Sam Claflin. 2018. 96 min. Action.


Won't You Be My Neighbor?

Fred Rogers' life and legacy are explored in this heartwarming documentary about the beloved entertainer who made an abrupt career change when he saw the state of children's television, and whose on-screen persona still resonates with the generation that grew up watching his warm smiles and colorful cardigans. Through archival footage and interviews with those who knew him best, the truth behind the man is revealed to be little different from the person that he showed on screen.

Director: Morgan Neville. Stars: Joanne Rogers. 2018. 94 min. Documentary.