The Most Intriguing Under The Radar Movies Of 2019

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To say that 2019 is a huge year at the movies is a massive understatement. This year is full to bursting with superhero films, long-awaited sequels, reboots, remakes of animated classics, video game adaptations, blockbusters aplenty and a little thing called Star Wars: Episode IX.

You could probably stick to the tentpole movies that fall on the ‘most anticipated‘ lists and have a great year at the theater, but chances are if you’re reading this site, you have a bigger cinematic appetite and desire more than just the movies that will have huge opening weekends.

This may worth something:

Obsession, Mourning and Migration at Under the Radar

The New York Times theater critics Ben Brantley and Jesse Green attended the opening weekend of the Public Theater’s annual Under the Radar festival. Here’s the second of their reports on the experimental work on display. (The first is here.) The festival runs through Jan. 13 at various venues; for more information visit

Ten under the radar PC games we’re looking forward to in 2019

There are few more terrifying things than rats, so naturally developer Asobo Studio has made a game absolutely rammed to the hilt with the ruddy things. Set in 14th century France where everything is going catastrophically to pot, A Plague Tale: Innocence has players controlling young French lass Amicia and her little brother Hugo in an attempt to get them to safety. ‘

Underpinning its compellingly grim story with oodles of stealth and adventure gameplay, A Plague Tale: Innocence is shaping up to be one of the most terrifying titles of 2019. Bloody rats, I tell you, *shiver*.

A sequel to, well, Wasteland 2, and developed by the folk behind Torment: Tides of Numenera, Wasteland 3 once more thrusts players out into the irradiated husk of a post-apocalyptic world in search of glory, loot and blood sausages (well, maybe not that last one). A more ambitious offering in every way than its predecessor, Wasteland 3 is a sprawling, open-world tactical RPG that lovingly recalls the halcyon days of Fallout before it discovered the first person perspective that chucks in co-operative multiplayer in for kicks. One to watch if you like your RPGs near endlessly deep and with tonnes to do.

All The Hot Movies For Winter

At the risk of putting too much pressure on Peele, who has the tall order of living up to his boundary-pushing phenomenon ‘Get Out,’ winter’s event movie is ‘Us,’ the director’s horror follow-up about a beach vacation gone very wrong. Seeing an auteur flesh out his voice in a crowd-pleasing thriller starring Lupita Nyong’o is as good a guarantee as any that 2019 has at least a few treats in store.’

Here’s what to look forward to between now and late April, grouped accordingly. All release dates are subject to change.

The past few years have been horror bliss, so 2019 has a lot to live up to. Winter tends to be a repository for cheap scares, but it looks like we’re in for a treat during the next few chilly months.