“Stanleyville” (not rated, 1 hour, 29 minutes, On Demand) Quirky and darkish, this satirical comedy follows Maria (Susanne Wuest) who unceremoniously walks away from her boring job, her inept husband, and her obnoxious daughter. Moments later, she’s invited to take part in a weird and probably harmful sweepstakes contest, the foundations of that are unclear even to its organizers, for an opportunity to win true enlightenment. With Cara Ricketts, Christian Serritiello, Adam Brown; written and directed by Maxwell McCabe-Lokos.
“Marvelous and the Black Gap” (not rated, 1 hour, 21 minutes, in theaters) This enjoyable, honest and quirky coming-of-age comedy follows the adventures of a teenage delinquent (Miya Cech) as she makes associates with a surly magician (Rhea Perlman) who helps her navigate her bizarre urges and dysfunctional household with sleight-of-hand magic. A coming-of-age comedy that touches on unlikely friendships, grief, and discovering hope within the darkest moments. Written and directed by Kate Tsang.
“The Aviary” (R, 1 hour, 36 minutes, On Demand) This thriller thriller issues Jillian (Malin Akerman) and Blair (Lorenza Izzo) who, trapped at a creepy cult’s remoted desert campus, make a harmful escape, hotly pursued by cult chief Seth (Chris Messina), a person as seductive as he’s controlling. With Sandrine Holt; written and directed by Chris Cullari and Jennifer Raite.
“On the Path of UFOs: Evening Guests” (not rated, 1 hour, half-hour, On Demand) This documentary, a follow-up to the 2020 miniseries “On the Path of UFOs” and 2021’s “On the Path of UFOs: Darkish Sky,” issues studies of alien abductions and the rumored phenomenon of cattle mutilations within the American west to uncover whether or not guests from different corners of the galaxy are able to such incidents. Directed by Seth Breedlove.
“Escape the Subject” (R, 1 hour, 29 minutes, On Demand) A suspenseful horror-thriller about six strangers who out of the blue awaken in a distant, countless cornfield with a gun with a single bullet, matches, a lantern, a knife, a compass and a flask of water; survival relies upon upon fixing a diabolical puzzle. With Jordan Claire Robbins, Theo Rossi, Shane West, Tahirah Sharif, Julian Feder; co-written and directed by Emerson Moore.
“Women Cannot Surf” (not rated, 1 hour, 48 minutes, On Demand) A full of life documentary that follows the journey of a band of renegade feminine surfers who within the Nineteen Eighties took on the male-dominated skilled browsing world, battling sexism and misogyny to realize equality and alter the game eternally. Directed by Christopher Nelius.
“Hostile Territory” (R, 2 hours, 33 minutes, On Demand) Right here we have now a rousing and violent journey actioner, primarily based on a real story, regarding a Civil Battle veteran who returns dwelling to search out that his spouse has died and his kids, presumed orphans, are heading deep into the West aboard a practice that is crossing outdated enemy strains. With Jackson Presley, Craig Tate, Cooper North, Natalie Whittle; written by, directed by and starring Brian Presley.