The biggest releases this weekend are the horror film Insidious: The Red Door and the comedy Joy Ride, but there are several more movies, including three concert films. Check them all out below, watch the trailers to decide what you want to see at the movies and check back Sunday to see which ones made the top five at the weekend box office! ~Alexandra Heilbron
Insidious: The Red Door - Josh Lambert (Patrick Wilson) heads east to drop his son Dalton off at school. However, Dalton's college dream soon becomes a living nightmare when the repressed demons of his past suddenly return to haunt them both. Click here for showtimes.
Joy Ride - When Audrey's (Ashley Park) business trip to Asia goes sideways, she enlists the aid three friends. Their no-holds-barred, epic experience becomes a journey of bonding, friendship, belonging, and wild debauchery that reveals the universal truth of what it means to know and love who you are. Click here for showtimes.
ODESZA: The Last Goodbye Cinematic Experience - Through personal interviews with the band, their fans, and members of their creative team, the film provides an entertaining and heartfelt look at how life experiences shaped the creation of their latest album, and how ODESZA grew from small-town aspiring musicians to a four-time Grammy Award-nominated, major festival headlining electronic music act. Playing one night only – July 7 in select cities. Click here for showtimes.
The 50th Anniversary of Lynyrd Skynyrd - The band’s captivating final show with founding member Gary Rossington. This concert film event brings the iconic southern rock band's electrifying performance to fans in a unique and immersive way. Known for their legendary hits and powerful live shows, Lynyrd Skynyrd will pay tribute to Rossington, the band’s original guitarist with this memorable, never-before-seen show. Playing July 8 in select cities. Click here for showtimes.
Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars: The Motion Picture 50th Anniversary - One of the most iconic performances in the history of modern music, David Bowie's retirement of his Ziggy Stardust alter ego in front of 5,000 fans at London's Hammersmith Odeon was captured on film on July 3, 1973. Playing July 10 in select cities. Click here for showtimes.
Something You Said Last Night - After being fired from her job, Ren, an aspiring writer and mid-twenty-something, accompanies her family on vacation. The realities of being a stunted millennial and a trans woman coalesce as Ren struggles to balance the yearning for independence with the comfort of being taken care of. Playing in select cities. Click here for showtimes.
The Lesson - Young author Liam (Daryl McCormack) takes on the job of tutoring the son of legendary writer J.M. Sinclair (Richard E. Grant) and his wife Hélène Sinclair (Julie Delpy). The Sinclairs invite Liam to stay on the estate grounds with them. Soon, lies unfurl as a well-intentioned exercise quickly transforms into a saga of lust, betrayal, jealousy, and the quest for legacy-defining relevance. Playing in Toronto and Vancouver. Click here for showtimes.