You can watch Mission: Impossible: Dead Reckoning, The Conference on Netflix, and all the other new movies you can watch at home this weekend.

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After its premiere in theaters earlier this year, Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning Part One, the long-awaited seventh movie in the explosive spy action series starring Tom Cruise, is now available to buy online. This week, you can also buy Expend4bles, the fourth movie in the Expendables action series, which is a good name for it. Another new movie comes out this week on streaming services. You can watch a new German horror movie on Netflix and the streaming launch of Slotherhouse on Hulu.

These are all the new movies you can watch this weekend!

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  • What’s New on Prime Video
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Where to see it: Netflix users can watch it.

At the Conference, there was a guy with a bloody mask who looked like a cartoon dog.

This is a horror comedy. Run time: 1 hour and forty minutes Eklund is the director.

Adam Lundgren, Eva Melander, and Katia Winter are in the movie.

What’s worse than a meeting where everyone is irritated with each other? What about a conference that takes place on a remote farm where there are claims of corruption and a killer in a mask walks around looking for his next victim?

Where to see it: Netflix users can watch it.

Both Sukollawat Kanaros and Nuengthida Sophon play roles in the show Once Upon a Star.

Type: Drama

Run time: 2 hours and seventeen minutes

Nonzee Nimibutr is the director.

Darina Boonchu, Sukollawat Kanarot, and Nuengthida Sophon are in it.

In 1970, a group of people who love movie projection traveled all over Thailand to put on live-dubbing shows for people to enjoy. In their quest for their dreams, the group faces many challenges, but these challenges bring them closer together as friends. Think of it as a mix between Mystery Science Theater 3000 and Be Kind Rewind in Thai.



Where to see it: You can watch it on Hulu

A sloth and Olivia Rouyre as Madison lying down in lawn chairs in Slotherhouse (L-R).

Type of film: slasher comedy

Run time: 1 hour and 33 minutes

Matthew Goodhue is the director.

Stefan Kapicic, Lisa Ambalavanar, and Olivia Rouyre are in the cast.

A lot of people start dying after a sorority girl adopts a sloth. This makes you think: What if a slasher movie, but a sloth did it?

Where to see it: You can watch it on Hulu

In Daliland, Ben Kingsley plays Salvador Dali with a cane in his hand.

Type: Drama

Run time: 1 hour and 37 minutes

Mary Harron is the director.

Ben Kingsley, Barbara Sukowa, and Christopher Briney were in the movie.

Ben Kingsley plays Salvador Dali in this biographical drama. Dali was a famous and eccentric surrealist painter whose work attracted people all over the world. In the 1970s, James (Christopher Briney), a young art assistant working in a New York studio, meets and becomes friends with Dali while he is going through a rough divorce from his wife Gala (Barbara Sukowa).



Where to see it: You can watch it on Prime Video

The Burial stars Tommy Lee Jones and Jamie Foxx sitting on a set of stairs, from left to right.

Drama about the law

Run time: 2 hours and six minutes

Maggie Betts is the director.

Jamie Foxx, Tommy Lee Jones, and Jurnee Smollett are in the movie.

Jamie Foxx plays Willie E. Gary, a personal injury lawyer who offers to help Tommy Lee Jones, the owner of a troubled funeral home, who is being taken advantage of by a corporate conglomerate over a contract dispute. The story is based on real events.

What’s New on Paramount Plus


Where to see it: You can watch it on Paramount Plus.

In The Starling Girl, Eliza Scanlen plays Jem Starling who is praying on her knees in front of a bed.

Type: Drama

1 hour and 57 minutes of running time

Laurel Parmet is the director.

Williams, Wrenn Schmidt, and Eliza Scanlen play the lead roles.

A girl named Eliza Scanlen, who is 17, struggles with her strict upbringing in a fundamentalist Christian community in Kentucky. She also wants to study dance and live a life not limited by religious rules. With all of these changes, the girl grows closer to Owen, her youth minister, played by Lewis Pullman. Owen has just returned from serving as a missionary abroad.


The Philippines vs. the United States

Where to see it: You can watch it on AMC Plus.

In Lakota Nation vs. United States, there were three protesters with face and body paint.

Film Type: Documentary

Two hours of running time

Jesse Short Bull and Laura Tomaselli are the directors.

Candi Brings Plenty, Krystal Two Bulls, and Nick Estes are in the cast.

Following the Lakota Indians’ fight for over a hundred years to reclaim their stolen sacred land, this documentary shows their ongoing battle.


DO YOU SEE ME, GOD? Hi, my name is Margaret.

Where to see it: Starz lets you watch it.

In the movie Are You There God, Rachel McAdams plays Barbara Dimon and Abby Ryder Fortson plays Margaret Simon. Hi, my name is Margaret.

Genre: Drama about coming of age

Run time: 1 hour and 46 minutes

Kelly Fremon Craig is the director.

Abby Ryder Fortson, Rachel McAdams, and Kathy Bates are in the cast.

This movie version of Judy Blume’s famous coming-of-age story stars Abby Ryder Fortson (the original Cassie from the Ant-Man movies) as Margaret and Rachel McAdams, Kathy Bates, and Benny Safdie as her family. The director is Kelly Fremon Craig (The Edge of Seventeen).



Where to watch: You can buy it on Amazon, Apple, and Vudu.

Hayley Atwell clings to Tom Cruise’s character, Ethan Hunt, as they hold on to a bar in an upright train car in Mission: Impossible — Dead Reckoning Part One.

Type of book: spy action thriller

Run time: 2 hours and 43 minutes

Christopher McQuarrie is the director.

Tom Cruise, Hayley Atwell, and Ving Rhames are in it.

It’s back with Ethan Hunt in the first of two parts in the series; the second one won’t come out until 2024. This time, Hunt and the IMF are going up against a bad AI.

Based on our review,

This movie, like the ones that came before it, especially Christopher McQuarrie’s first two in the series, has a lot to do with Tom Cruise and his famous habit of doing his own stunts. A lot of the time, Ethan Hunt’s amazing deeds look real because they are. That commitment is what these movies are all about. The supporting characters are there to make Hunt feel like a real person, and the bad guy is there to test Hunt. The plot’s purpose is to move Ethan from one explosion to the next.

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Where to watch: You can buy it on Amazon, Apple, and Vudu.

In Expend4bles, Iko Uwais holds spiked tonfa guns and walks away from an explosion.

Action movie type

Run time: 1 hour and 43 minutes

Scott Waugh is the director.

Jason Statham, Sylvester Stallone, and Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson are in the movie.

With Jason Statham taking over as director, the fourth movie in the brash series has the best action scenes yet. Tony Jaa and Iko Uwais add to the movie’s martial arts credentials.

Based on our review,

At its most basic, Expend4bles pushes the brand to its limits, which aren’t very far. These Expendables movies are kind of self-aware, which can help you overlook their weak plots and characters. After all, they’re just a way to see some action stars interact with each other. But after more than ten years of paying tribute, the series hasn’t come up with any new ways to use style.

Mission: Impossible movies are known for their signature stunts, and Fast and Furious movies are known for their crazy ways of using cars. The Expendables, on the other hand, doesn’t have a similar calling card. Fans can only look forward to Jason Statham’s tough guy charm and Sylvester Stallone’s cocky attitude. Also, people who want those things can get them in a lot of other places.

Where to watch: You can rent it on Amazon, Apple, and Vudu.

Type of book: supernatural horror

Run time: 1 hour and 39 minutes

Bishal Dutta is the director.

Megan Suri, Neeru Bajwa, and Mohana Krishnan are in the movie.

Two Indian girls in an American high school deal with their history in different ways in this scary movie. One accepts it, while the other rejects it. One of them hopes to stop the spirit that grabs the other.


Where to watch: You can rent it on Amazon, Apple, and Vudu.

In Dark Harvest, a headless person stands in a room full of flames with a plume of fire coming out of their neck.

Type of book: fantasy horror

Run time: 1 hour and 33 minutes

David Slade is the director.

Casey Likes, E’myri Crutchfield, and Dustin Ceithamer are in the cast.

David Slade, who directed “30 Days of Night,” is back with a brand-new fantasy horror movie based on a book by Norman Partridge that came out in 2006. Teenage boys get together every October in a sleepy Midwestern town with no name for an annual tradition: to hunt down “Sawtooth Jack,” a scary figure with a pumpkin for a head, and kill him before midnight so that bad luck won’t come to the town. Will they be able to pull it off this year? What other strange secrets does this practice hide?


Where to watch: You can rent it on Amazon, Apple, and Vudu.

Type of book: supernatural horror

Run time: 1 hour and 34 minutes

John McPhail is the director.

Augustus Prew, Andrea Bang, and René Escobar Jr. are in the movie.

You know, like when a “popular Twitter thread” turns into a movie. There’s a ghost this time, and Justin Long is the… head of BuzzFeed?

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