New to Theatres This Weekend: Suburbicon, Jigsaw, Thank You for Your Service


With Halloween just a few days away, there is a decent assortment of spooky stuff to choose from in theatres as the Saw franchise makes its long-awaited return to the big screen this weekend. Jigsaw is the eighth installment and picks up after a seven year absence, although it doesn’t appear to have changed up the basic concept in any significant way. Also hitting theatres this weekend we have George Clooney’s latest project behind the camera, Suburbicon starring Matt Damon, along with the soldier reintegration drama Thank You for Your Service starring Miles Teller. In select theatres, look for Ruben Ostlund’s dark comedy The Square and the Blake Lively / Jason Clarke thriller All I See is You. What will you be watching this weekend?

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  • Todd S. Gallows

    Two miserable weekends in a row.

  • Deven Science

    Loving Vincent also opened up in my town. It was a beautiful movie.

  • Lori Cerny

    I won’t be hitting anything new, but delving deep into old horror films since Halloween is upon us. Crossing my fingers I find something good, or cheesy, that I haven’t seen already.

  • Lori Cerny

    I can’t catch it in the theater, but will add it to my watch list.

  • devolutionary

    I’ve been tentative on Suburbicon considering the mixed reviews from TIFF but that pedigree is too good to ignore (Coen Bros., Clooney, Damon, Moore, etc.). Looking forward to seeing Suspiria 4K remastered on the big screen tonight.

  • MrJekyllandDrHyde

    Audiences are staying away from these hypocritical Hollywood liberal elite scumbags in droves!