Summer has just about come and gone, taking with it the massive blockbusters and expensive action flicks that have offered moviegoers some much-needed relief from those long, hot days in the sun. Soon enough, fall will be here with its cooler weather and changing foliage as a new season gets underway.
Bringing in the new season are a large assortment of September 2022 movies that will fill the screen with side-splitting comedies, exciting and moving dramas, thrilling horror and suspense, and even a documentary about one of the 20th Century’s most transcendent musical figures. Here are the must-see movies coming to AMC Theatre locations nationwide throughout the month of September…
Anyone who pops into an AMC Theatre location this September will be greeted with an assortment of hilarious comedies that tackle multiple sub-genres that offer a little something for everyone in need of a good laugh.
HONK FOR JESUS. SAVE YOUR SOUL. (September 2nd)
This flow of comedies gets underway with the satirical comedy HONK FOR JESUS. SAVE YOUR SOUL. featuring Regina Hall and Sterling K. Brown as the former leaders of a megachurch forced to make a comeback for the ages.
CLERKS III (September 13th)
A couple weeks later, Kevin Smith’s threequel CLERKS III arrives on the scene with many of the actors from the original returning to the Quick Stop.
CONFESS, FLETCH (September 16th)
Next up, Jon Hamm will show off his comedic chops with CONFESS, FLETCH, which will see the “Mad Men” star become the first actor to take on the role of Irwin “Fletch” Fletcher since Chevy Chase last brought him to life more than 30 years ago. This time, Fletch finds himself at the center of a murder investigation.
SEE HOW THEY RUN (September 16th)
Also releasing that weekend, Sam Rockwell and Saoirse Ronan portray two detectives attempting to get to the bottom of a puzzling death in the whodunit SEE HOW THEY RUN.
BROS (September 30th)
And then there is BROS, the Billy Eichner-led romantic comedy about two men attempting to get their relationship off the ground. The groundbreaking rom-com opens September 30 following its debut at TIFF earlier in the month.
If you’re interested in checking out something more dramatic, don’t worry because there’s plenty in that department this September.
THE WOMAN KING (September 16th)
The long-awaited THE WOMAN KING is set to open on the big screen and introduce audiences to the incredible story of the all-female band of warriors called the Agojie who protected their African kingdom from foreign invaders in the early 19th Century.
THE SILENT TWINS (September 16th)
Letitia Wright and Tamara Lawrance star in THE SILENT TWINS, taking on the roles of June and Jennifer Gibbons, two real-life sisters who became the source of media attention after it was discovered they only communicated with one another.
VESPER (September 30th)
The science-fiction drama VESPER will open on the big screen and present a story about a 13-year-old girl who works with her father to find a way to not only survive a post-apocalyptic Earth but also bring it back to its former glory.
THE GOOD HOUSE (September 30th)
DAVE stars Sigourney Weaver and Kevin Kline pair up again in the romantic drama A GOOD HOUSE about a struggling realtor who finds love in the most unlikely of places.
Horror And Suspense
In not that much time, the Halloween season will be here with its spooky and kooky stories so grim and gory. But the fun doesn’t have to wait until October, as there are a great number of thrilling and chilling horror and suspense films coming to AMC Theatres throughout the month of September.
BARBARIAN (September 9th)
One of the first movies to be released through this year’s AMC Thrills & Chills program is BARBARIAN, a psychological horror movie that stars Georgina Campbell who discovers that her rental home is also being occupied by a mysterious man played by Bill Skarsgârd.
PEARL (September 16th)
Mia Goth returns as the titular character in PEARL, the prequel to Ti West’s 2022 A24 slasher X.
GOD'S COUNTRY (September 16th)
When GOD’S COUNTRY is released, it will see Thandiwe Newton take on the role of a former police officer and current college professor who finds herself in a tense battle with two mysterious men she finds trespassing on her property in the vast openness of the American West.
DON'T WORRY DARLING (September 23rd)
One week later, Olivia Wilde’s long-awaited psychological thriller DON’T WORRY DARLING will open in theatres and introduce audiences to a story in which a young couple -- played by Florence Pugh and Harry Styles -- moves to an experimental company town where all kinds of secrets and mysteries await.
SMILE (September 30th)
The month will close out with the terrifying and unsettling looking SMILE, a movie in which Sosie Bacon plays a psychiatrist who attempts to get to the bottom of her client’s suicide while also attempting to prevent herself from suffering a similar fate.
MOONAGE DREAM (September 16th)
If you are a fan of all things David Bowie and also like to watch music documentaries then you’ll be happy to know that AMC Theatres will be showing MOONAGE DAYDREAM. But don’t go in expecting a traditional rock doc that goes from Point A to Point B, as Brett Morgan’s dreamlike feature appears to take a rather unique route to the genre, which is very on brand for the late singer who passed away at the age of 69 years old in January 2016.
All of these titles and more will be showing at AMC Theatres nationwide in September, giving you even more of a reason to head to your local cinema for a night at the movies.