Coming Soon: June 19th, 2020

Hello, and welcome this week’s edition of Back Lot 605’s Coming Soon column! We’ve got the lowdown on all the new VOD and streaming movies debuting this weekend. Here’s what’s coming soon for the week of June 19th, 2020:

New Streaming and VOD Premieres

You Should Have Left

First up this week, we have Blumhouse’s latest genre offering, from writer/director David Koepp, who broke out in the 1990s and early 2000s writing such blockbuster screenplays as Jurassic Park, The Lost World, and Spider-Man, and whom in recent years has focused on directing, including Stir of Echoes, Premium Rush, and most recently, umm… Mortdecai. (Yeah.) He re-teams here with his Stir of Echoes star Kevin Bacon, who plays – get this – a blockbuster screenwriter who’s trying to finish a script for a big sequel. So, he moves to a remote house in Wales with his super-young actress wife, played by Amanda Seyfried, and their daughter. But their relationship is already on the rocks, and Bacon’s past isn’t exactly pristine, either… and when the house itself starts making Bacon go crazy, then you can imagine where things are headed from here. 🙂 (Premieres Thursday, June 18th on VOD services.)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bw0-cV_J9q4

7500

It may not seem like it, but it’s been nearly four years since Joseph Gordon-Levitt starred in a movie! (I’m not counting the brief voice cameos he did for his buddy Rian Johnson in Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Knives Out.) But this weekend, we finally get his first big turn since 2016’s Snowden. He plays Tobias, a co-pilot on Flight 7500 from Berlin to Paris… but when the plane is hijacked by terrorists and the pilot is seriously injured, Tobias has to step up and try to handle the situation. I should also mention the movie’s big narrative hook: 7500 takes place almost entirely within the plane’s cockpit… so this is very much The JGL Show, folks! This is the feature debut of writer/director Patrick Vollrath. (Premieres Friday, June 19th on Amazon Prime Video.)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z5Vz9nPw2lg

Wasp Network

Hot on the heels of last week’s Spike Lee premiere of Da 5 Bloods, here comes another Netflix movie from a prestige filmmaker: Olivier Assayas, the French director who’s notched 5 entries in the Criterion Collection thus far, including Carlos, Clouds of Sils Maria, and Personal Shopper. This film is based on the true story of 5 Cuban spies who are deployed to Florida in the late 1980s and early 1990s to infiltrate rebel groups. Penelope Cruz, Edgar Ramirez, Gael Garcia Bernal, and Ana de Armas star. (Premieres Friday, June 19th on Netflix.)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=taMNuQDTUr4

Nobody Knows I’m Here

Also dropping on Netflix this week is this Spanish-language drama, which provides a rare serious leading role for Jorge Garcia, whom you know best as the lovable Hurley from Lost. He plays Memo, a former child singer with a beautiful voice, who has since become reclusive and moved to a Chilean sheep farm to escape the world. But a woman named Marta enters his life, setting off a series of events that lead him to confront his past. This is the feature directing debut of Gaspar Antillo. (Premieres Wednesday, June 24th on Netflix.)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0CZXhNcZuEE

Scare Package

Finally, we have this week’s Shudder offering, which is actually a 7-part horror-comedy anthology! Built around the framing device of a video rental store (with each segment contained on a VHS tape), this movie features such directors as: Rian Johnson’s other BFF Noah Segan (who also appears on-screen); stand-up comedian Baron Vaughn (best known as the voice of Tom Servo on the Netflix MST3K revival); production designers Courtney & Hillary Andujar (whose design work includes Girl on the Third Floor); Anthony Cousins, Emily Hagins; Chris McInroy; and Aaron B. Koontz (who helms one segment as well as the framing device). (Premieres Thursday, June 18th on Shudder.)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6-etpHfGeNk

Dances with Wolves on the Big Screen!

Since we are a South Dakota-based film site, we would be remiss if we didn’t specifically call out the rare opportunity to see South Dakota’s all-time greatest movie showcase in an actual theater! Starting this Friday, June 19th, the West Mall 7 in Sioux Falls is bringing Kevin Costner’s 1990 classic Dances with Wolves back to the big screen! Filmed in South Dakota, this movie grossed nearly $185 million at the box office, and ultimately won 7 Oscars, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Cinematography, and Best Original Score.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uc8NMbrW7mI

South Dakota Movie Theaters Update!

Here is this week’s wrap-up of what the currently open theaters in South Dakota are screening! Check out what’s showing below, and please consult each theater’s web site (linked below) and/or Facebook page for showtimes and updates, as well as to find out each theater’s social distancing policies.

West Mall 7, Sioux Falls, SD (all movies playing Friday, June 19th-Thursday, June 25th):

  • Dracula (1931)
  • Frankenstein (1931)
  • Dances with Wolves (1990)
  • Jurassic Park (1993)
  • 2 Fast 2 Furious (2003)
  • Harriet (2019)
  • Bad Boys for Life (2020)
  • Dolittle (2020)
  • Birds of Prey, or the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn (2020)
  • The Invisible Man (2020)
  • Trolls World Tour (2020)

Sioux Falls Moonlight Movies (every Saturday night in Fawick Park in downtown Sioux Falls, SD):

  • Field of Dreams (1989) (playing Saturday, June 20th)

Brookings Cinema 8, Brookings, SD (all movies playing Friday, June 19th-Sunday, June 21st):

  • Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986)
  • Major League (1989)
  • Wayne’s World (1992)
  • American Pie (1999)
  • The Conjuring (2013)
  • The Secret Life of Pets (2016)
  • How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (2019)
  • Dolittle (2020)

Odyssey Grand 8 Theatre, Watertown, SD (all movies playing Friday, June 12th-Sunday, June 14th):

  • Beetlejuice (1988)
  • Back to the Future Part III (1990)
  • Shrek (2001)
  • The Dark Knight (2008)
  • Despicable Me 3 (2017)
  • Dunkirk (2017)
  • It: Chapter One (2017)
  • 1917 (2019)

Verne Drive-In, Luverne, MN:

  • Onward (2020) (playing Friday, June 19th-Thursday, June 25th)
  • Ford v. Ferrari (2019) (playing Friday, June 19th-Thursday, June 25th)

Hot Springs Theatre, Hot Springs, SD:

  • Dolittle (2020) (playing Friday, June 19th-Sunday, June 21st)
  • Abominable (2019) (playing Friday, June 19th-Sunday, June 21st)
  • True Grit (1969) (playing Friday, June 26th-Sunday, June 28th)
  • The Quiet Man (1952) (playing Friday, June 26th-Sunday, June 28th)
  • Jaws (1975) (playing Friday, July 3rd-Sunday, July 5th)
  • Shrek (2001) (playing Friday, July 3rd-Sunday, July 5th)
  • Back to the Future (1985) (playing Friday, July 10th-Sunday, July 12th)
  • Despicable Me (2010) (playing Friday, July 10th-Sunday, July 12th)

State 123, Pierre, SD (all movies playing Friday, June 19th-Sunday, June 21st):

  • American Graffiti (1973)
  • Back to the Future (1985)
  • Jurassic Park (1993)

Pheasant City Drive-In Theatre, Redfield, SD:

  • Jaws (1975) (playing Friday, June 19th and Saturday, June 20th only)
  • Jurassic Park (1993) (playing Sunday, June 21st only)

Starlite Drive-In Theatre, Mitchell, SD:

  • Jaws (1975) (playing Friday, June 19th-Sunday, June 21st)
  • Twister (1996) (playing Friday, June 26th-Sunday, June 28th)
  • Trolls World Tour (2020) (playing Friday, July 3rd-Sunday, July 5th)
  • Jurassic Park (1993) (playing Friday, July 10th-Sunday, July 12th)
  • Beauty and the Beast (2017) (playing Friday, July 17th-Sunday, July 19th)
  • Mulan (2020) (playing Friday, July 24th-Sunday, July 26th and Friday, July 31st-Sunday, August 2nd)

Winner Drive In Theatre, Winner, SD:

  • Despicable Me (2010) (playing Friday, June 19th-Monday, June 22nd)

Dakota Cinema, Madison, SD:

  • Trolls (2016) (playing Wednesday, June 17th-Friday, June 19th)
  • I Still Believe (2020) (playing Wednesday, June 17th-Friday, June 19th)

The Elks Theatre, Rapid City, SD (all movies playing Friday, June 19th-Thursday, June 25th):

  • Footloose (1984)
  • Back to the Future Part III (1990)
  • World War Z (2013)
  • Playing with Fire (2019)

Golden Ticket Cinemas Rushmore 7, Rapid City, SD (all movies playing Friday, June 19th-Thursday, June 25th):

  • Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986)
  • Tommy Boy (1995)
  • The Big Lebowski (1998)
  • The Secret Life of Pets (2016)
  • The Addams Family (2019)
  • Harriet (2019)
  • Dolittle (2020)
  • The Wretched (2020)
  • Trolls World Tour (2020)

New This Week to Blu-ray and 4K

  • Impractical Jokers: The Movie (2020)
  • The Quarry (2020)
  • Pretty in Pink (1986) (finally on Blu-ray!)
  • The Cameraman (1928) (The Criterion Collection)
  • Columbia Classics 4K Ultra HD Collection, Volume 1, featuring: Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939); Lawrence of Arabia (1962); Dr. Strangelove… (1964); Gandhi (1982); A League of Their Own (1992); Jerry Maguire (1996)

Older Movies New to Streaming

Netflix:

  • Goldie (2019) (premieres Sunday, June 21st)
  • Woodshock (2017) (premieres Sunday, June 21st)
  • Dark Skies (2013) (premieres Monday, June 22nd)

Hulu:

  • Crawl (2019) (premieres Thursday, June 18th)
  • Buffaloed (2019) (premieres Thursday, June 18th)
  • Bean: The Movie (1997) (premieres Friday, June 19th)
  • Gigli (2003) (premieres Friday, June 19th)
  • Hart’s War (2002) (premieres Friday, June 19th)
  • La Bamba (1987) (premieres Friday, June 19th)
  • Mr. Bean’s Holiday (2007) (premieres Friday, June 19th)
  • Natural Born Killers (1994) (premieres Friday, June 19th)
  • Out of Sight (1998) (premieres Friday, June 19th)
  • The Peacemaker (1997) (premieres Friday, June 19th)
  • Tears of the Sun (2003) (premieres Friday, June 19th)
  • Zoom (2006) (premieres Friday, June 19th)
  • Clemency (2019) (premieres Monday, June 22nd)
  • XX (2017) (premieres Monday, June 22nd)

Amazon Prime:

  • Crawl (2019) (premieres Thursday, June 18th)

Shudder:

  • Ghost Killers vs. Bloody Mary (2018) (premieres Monday, June 22nd)
  • Psychotic! (2016) (premieres Monday, June 22nd)

Disney+:

  • Fantastic 4 (2015) (premieres Friday, June 19th)
  • Tinker Bell and the Pirate Fairy (2014) (premieres Friday, June 19th)

HBO/HBO GO:

  • Ford v. Ferrari (2019) (premieres Saturday, June 20th)

HBO Max (includes everything from the above HBO/HBO GO section):

  • Nothing exclusive to HBO Max this week. Sorry!

The Criterion Channel:

  • Thursday, June 18th: Three by Gregg Araki – The Living End (1992), Totally F***ed Up (1993), Mysterious Skin (2004)
  • Friday, June 19th: Double Feature: Queer Britannia – Another Country (1984), Maurice (1987) (introduced by the Safdie Brothers!)
  • Saturday, June 20th: Saturday Matinee – The Count of Monte Cristo (1934)
  • Sunday, June 21st: Directed by Mike Leigh – Meantime (1984), The Short and Curlies (1987), High Hopes (1988), Life is Sweet (1990), Naked (1993), Secrets & Lies (1996), Career Girls (1997), All or Nothing (2002), Vera Drake (2004), Happy-Go-Lucky (2008), Another Year (2010)
  • Monday, June 22nd: Tarnation (2003)
  • Monday, June 22nd: Criterion Collection Edition #962 – Death in Venice (1971)
  • Tuesday, June 23rd: Jazz Shorts 1929-1939 – Black and Tan (1929), St. Louis Blues (1929), I Surrender Dear (1931), A Rhapsody in Black and Blue (1932), A Bundle of Blues (1933), Sing, Bing, Sing (1933), Cab Calloway’s Hi-De-Ho (1934), Symphony in Black: A Rhapsody of Negro Life (1935), Artie Shaw’s Class in Swing (1939), Hoagy Carmichael (1939)
  • Tuesday, June 23rd: Short + Feature: I Second That Stop Motion – The Cabinet of Jan Svankmajer (1984); Alice (2007)
  • Wednesday, June 24th: Olivia (1951)

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Derrick Veurink has been consuming anything and everything movie-related since he was 5, and is an encyclopedic fount of random movie information. He is an avid physical media supporter, and sees nearly every major theatrical release. (Yes, even "Playmobil: The Movie".)
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