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Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul.

Following a string of unfortunate controversies involving her husband, Pastor Lee-Curtis Childs (Brown), that resulted in a massive loss of their congregation membership, Trinitie Childs (Hall), the first lady of a Southern Baptist megachurch, is determined to bring their church, Wander to Greater Paths, back into the spotlight with a documentary. However, when a new church plans to open on Easter Sunday, the same day as Wander to Greater Paths' grand reopening, the Childs do everything in their power to get their worshippers back in the pews.

Director: Adamma Ebo. Stars: Regina Hall, Sterling K. Brown, Nicole Beharie, Conphidance, Austin Crute, Devere Rogers, Robert Yatta, Greta Glenn, Andrea Laing, Selah Kimbro Jones. 2022. 102 mins. Comedy.



In the year 2056, after an immense catastrophe covers Earth in a toxic fog, crew members aboard the Rubikon, a corporate-owned international space station, must weigh their options: help those still alive on Earth or stay in the relative safety of the space station. The three astronauts — Hannah (Franz Richter), Gavin (Blagden) and Dimitri (Ivanir) — now marooned, must decide the world's fate. The problem is, it all comes down to whether using the oxygen-producing algae cultures on the Rubikon will save what's left of their home planet or lead to their doom.

Director: Magdalena Lauritsch. Stars: Julia Franz Richter, George Blagden, Mark Ivanir, Nicholas Monu, Daniela Kong, Konstantin Frolov, Hannah Rang. 2022. 110 mins. Sci-Fi/Drama.


This is GWAR

Director Scott Barber follows the story of GWAR, an American heavy metal band produced in Richmond, Virginia, in the early 1980s. The story of GWAR navigates complicated personal relationships between the bandmates as they attempted to find commercial success by dressing in impressive and intricate monster and alien getups. From wild tales of life on the road to the death of a founding band member, fans and those connected to the band recount their memories and the story of GWAR's near-commercial success.

Director: Scott Barber. Stars: Dave Brockie, Ethan Embry, Jon Freeman, Bob Gorman, Adam Green, Jared 'Evil' Hasselhoff, Danielle Stampe, Hunter Jackson, Thomas Lennon, Bam Margera. 2021. 112 mins. Documentary.