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Video-On-Demand has been making a revival during this pandemic, and a surge of new films are going straight to our TV screens because of it. Since movie theaters aren't widely or entirely open at the moment, here's a list of all the movies you can find on VOD this weekend!

Black Water: Abyss

Synopsis: A group of friends in the deep forests of Australia are exploring a remote cave system when a tropical storm hits. The storm is the least of their worries as they discover something much deadlier among them.

Creem: America's Only Rock N' Roll Magazine

Synopsis: The history of rock 'n' roll publication Creem magazine, beginning in Detroit, Michigan all the way to its unfortunate end.

How to Fake a War

Synopsis: Ukbar forces and Georgian rebels come to a ceasefire, but rock star Harry Hope fears for the success of a rival. Desperate for fame, he plots to create a fake war story.

Out Stealing Horses

Synopsis: A man retires to solitary life in the Norwegian woods after the death of his wife, but the past resurfaces.

Pay Dirt

Synopsis: A parolee teams up with his old crew to find a buried bag of cash that was stolen a decade ago during a DEA bust gone wrong.

She Dies Tomorrow

Synopsis: A woman's conviction that she will die tomorrow spreads like a contagion through a town.

The Burnt Orange Heresy

Synopsis: An art critic and his American lover travel to the Lake Como estate of powerful art collector, Joseph Cassidy. Their host reveals he has a simple request: for the art critic, James, to steal a Debney masterpiece from the artist's studio, no matter what.

The Tax Collector

Synopsis: When an old rival appears, two enforcers for a crime lord face an uncertain future.

Trump Card

Synopsis: Filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza examines the ideas of socialism and the state of politics in America in this documentary.

Babe (25th Anniversary)

Synopsis: A farmer wins a piglet named Babe at a county fair. When Babe escape death as Christmas dinner, it's discovered that he can herd sheep. Will the world accept an extraordinary pig such as this?

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