Don’t Miss A Scary September With These Must-Watch Hollywood Movies

Nalini Suri |Aug 28, 2019

Have you found yourself filled up with an emotional and funny August that hinted you to a new month full of terrors and fears? Find the must-watch Hollywood movies in September below!

Eight months of 2019 have left a profound impress in movie fans and the list of upcoming must-watch Hollywood movies in September won’t definitely disappoint you. The Marvel blockbusters have gone and gone but September is undoubted to bring a fresh vow of feelings which are scare and horror.

Don’t let your mood down, despite holding terrifying details, these must-watch Hollywood movies will amaze you with deep inner meanings. Check out the list!

IT: Chapter Two

it chapter two poster

Director: Andrés Muschietti
Starring: Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy, Bill Skarsgard, Bill Hader, Isaiah Mustafa, James Ransone
Release date: September 6th

After the success of part 1 launched in 2017, IT: Chapter Two will be the horror sequel that leaves both the cast and audience with a scary sense. The boys alongside one girl are ready to get back on screen. The anticipated upcoming franchise of the horror hit will deeply explore the eventuality of The Losers Club’s confrontation with Pennywise the Dancing Clown (by Bill Skarsgard). The gangs keep their promises to come back to neutralize the clowns as well as deal with their demons one more time.

Furthermore, it will absolve the creepy clowns’ abhorrence following 7-year-old Georgie’s disappearance and the inducing torture from a mysterious power named ‘It’. Chapter Two will perform a 27-year-older gang and hard-as-nails to put punctuation to the horror super-hit literally.

Ad Astra

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Director: James Gray
Starring: Brad Pitt, Ruth Negga, Tommy Lee Jones, Liv Tyler, Donald Sutherland, Jamie Kennedy, John Ortiz
Release date: September 20th

Over time, James Gray has upheld that he is possibly the most sensational filmmaker with many precious hits before such as Little Odessa, The Immigrant and The Lost City of Z. Now his characters have been travelling farther than New York City and even into the enormous space like Brad Pitt in Ad Astra. His latest movie aims at transferring the spirits of an astronaut to discover the edges of the solar system.

In the movie, Brad Pitt plays as astronaut Roy McBride on his way to find his missing dad (by Tommy Lee Jones). More than just a journey to the outer space, Roy gets the point of a terrifying mystery behind that is definitely a strong threat on the lives over the Earth.

The Kitchen

The Kitchen poster

Director: Andrea Berloff
Starring: Melissa McCarthy, Elisabeth Moss, Tiffany Haddish, Domhnall Gleeson, Margo Martindale, James Badge Dale, Brian d’Arcy James, Bill Camp
Release date: September 20th

Though the crime comedy-drama does not belong to a horror film, its details of thrilling and stabbings are enough to scare the viewers. The Kitchen is really a sentence of ‘shut up and take my money’ but more extraordinary than that, the criminals are running around the wives of Irish mobsters from the 1970s.

Those women hold a fierce force to empower the control during the time their husbands are set in prison by the FBI. The movie will witness the excellent incarnation of actress Margo Martindale in the rascally character alongside Bill Camp, Domhnall Gleeson, and Brian d’Arcy James.


Judy poster

Director: Rupert Goold
Starring: Renée Zellweger, Jessie Buckley, Finn Wittrock, Rufus Sewell, Michael Gambon, Gemma-Leah Devereux
Release date: September 27th

If these above must-watch Hollywood movies are too enough for your silent soul, Judy will fill up your content mind. Taking inspiration from a Broadway play that won an award, the movie re-sounds Judy Garland’s biopic but mostly emphasizes the final time of the singer-actress’s life.

The legendary performer started the twilight of her career since 1968, leading Judy to take the background of London where the narrative lays her string of sold-out concerts. Despite the top spot of her career, Judy still has to face many above and beyond as well as her love story with musician Mickey Deans (by Finn Wittrock).

Autumn seems to play every musical note of your soul’s staff with four must-watch Hollywood movies in September. Don’t bet your mind in the peace of the down waves!


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