This September, HBO Max will fill your streaming queue to capacity. WarnerMedia’s new streaming service will release a ton of new shows, highly anticipated blockbusters (we’re looking at you, Elisabeth Moss), and movies in the coming month. Where should we begin? There are many new films arriving on HBO and HBO Max in September. As usual, HBO’s Saturday night movies are top-notch, featuring recent successes like Michael B. Jordan’s Just Mercy and Elisabeth Moss’ The Invisible Man. If you missed the science fiction-horror film The Invisible Man during its brief run, now is the ideal opportunity to watch it.
It was only in theatres for a few weeks until it was pulled because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Feel like watching for longer? The epic sci-fi drama Raised by Wolves, which is executive produced by Ridley Scott, will also make its debut next month. The HBO Max series is about two androids who have been given the responsibility of raising human children on a strange planet. It has elements of Westworld and Ex Machina. So sure, Ridley Scott is at his best. What else will be on HBO in the upcoming month? Here is a list of every new HBO film and HBO Max program for September 2022.
Selena + Chef
We can’t wait to try all the recipes from Selena + Chef when it returns. Those who were fans of Hannah Montana’s first three seasons will remember this season as it was filmed in Miley Stewart’s Malibu villa. Selena’s house served as the location for the first three seasons of Selena + Chef. Selena Gomez will host the cookery program on HBO Max beginning on Thursday, August 18 at 3:30 p.m. ET. On August 25, three further episodes of the program will be made available on HBO Max. A fourth episode will be released on HBO Max on September 1st. Through the course of the series, the host will learn to cook from a variety of well-known chefs online.
The House of Ho Season 2
Season two will put more of an emphasis on Binh’s boys than the previous season did on his daughters, Judy and Lesley. This change in emphasis should provide viewers with a more impartial view of the family dynamics. Given that the Ho family is one of the richest in Texas, viewers can anticipate seeing plenty of luxury lifestyle content in addition to the drama. Fans of House of Ho will no doubt be amused as a new season approaches. The power struggle and family turmoil between Binh and Hue, the parents who attempt to control their adult children’s life, are depicted in the House of Ho reality show, capturing the attention of viewers. The children are constantly under tremendous pressure to live up to their parents’ unattainable standards. Along with frequent visits from their dramatic extended family and other relatives, the Hos’ home is constantly brimming with love, laughter, and, of course, designer handbags. By telling their kids what to do and how to behave, parents try to keep them under control. Children who experience this frequently feel unappreciated and disrespected. Despite all the tension, the families portrayed on the show consistently come together and express their love for one another. This is what draws viewers in and keeps them watching the show.
House of the Dragon Season 1
The long-awaited prequel to the wildly popular Game of Thrones is now available! The House of Targaryen on Game of Thrones is the most intriguing of all the major houses. In this fantastical universe, the Targaryens own the last remaining dragons and are engaged in a power struggle for the Iron Throne. Fire & Blood by George R.R. Martin inspired the movie House of the Dragon. Martin, had its series debut on August 21 and will continue with weekly episodes beginning on September 4. Fans of both the novels and the original series are in for a treat, especially given how intense the trailer appears to be.
Industry Season 2
“Industry” closes with a revelation that all graduates can keep working for Pierpoint, leaving Gus to quit his job. The characters still have problems to resolve, though. Harper and Yasmin have a falling out when Harper puts Daria on trial to get Eric rehired at the company. After this point, Season 2 will carry on the story In a recent interview, the show’s creators Mickey Down and Konrad Kay discussed what to anticipate from the upcoming season. They said that the plot might develop in such a way as to shape the characters’ fates over the course of the following four to five years.
Los Espookys Season 2
The plot of Los Espookys Season 2 will pick up right where Season 1 left off. As soon as there are any updates from trailers or teasers, we’ll let you know. Together, four friends who share a passion for horror started a new company. Los Espookys’ debut episode was this one. Five individuals who are attempting to earn a million dollars by spending a day in Los Espookys’ haunted mansion are terrified by him. By combining a number of actions, they try to revive an extraterrestrial species and give patients false dreams. Sounds absurd, huh? Beginning on September 16, Season 2 will have spookier episodes than the first. What we would have expected from season 2!
Are you prepared to hear Elvis perform the Christmas carol once more? We most certainly are, and thankfully HBO Max will soon allow us to enjoy those fantastic performances. Although “Elvis” is undoubtedly not everyone’s cup of tea, it can’t be denied that it has a contagious vitality that is no longer readily equalled. Yes, it appears that there are currently a lot of movies in the artist biography subgenre, and if “Bohemian Rhapsody” taught us anything, it is that not all of these films are of the best calibre. With this frenzied and idealistic picture of an American icon, though, you can’t say that filmmaker Baz Luhrmann slacked off. Some of the most captivating performances of the year include Tom Hanks’ cartoonish portrayal of Colonel Tom Parker and Austin Butler’s spot-on portrayal of the singer. Thank god “Elvis” is basically a comic book movie without the superheroes, as /Film’s Rafael Motamayor called it in his review from Cannes.
Even though people frequently think of Paul Verhoeven’s 1982 remake when this movie is referenced, 1942 original remains a crucial component of the horror canon. The Hays Code era in which Jacques Tourneur’s tale of love, desire, and cats was published may have prevented it from being as overtly hot. However, if you can’t sense the sexual tension between Simone Simon’s Irena and Kent Smith’s Oliver in this film, you must be viewing it with your eyes closed. The film “Cat People” may not be the most spooky one because of its cheesy sexual and violent content constraints. However, from a historical perspective, that is what makes it even more intriguing to see. The Hayes Code forced horror to become incredibly inventive in its storytelling, which led to some of the most enduring and recognizable horror films that are still discussed today. One of these films is “Cat People,” which is still enjoyable to see even though it may not be as hot as the remake it inspired forty years later.
We’re All Going to the World’s Fair
At Sundance in 2021, Jane Schoenbrun’s first film made quite the impression, and for good reason. One of the best depictions of Internet culture on film can be seen in “We’re All Going to the World’s Fair,” despite its calm and straightforward delivery. Many people whose entire coming-of-age involved the development of the Internet would recognize Anna Cobb’s acting debut as a teenager whose life is dominated by an ARG (alternative reality game). It also draws attention to something that many investigations of social media neglect to mention: the internet may occasionally be a really pleasant place. Despite subjecting Cobb’s Casey to some terrible material, the movie eventually serves as a demonstration of how giving young people access to information that isn’t often available in the actual world may change their lives. The internet has two sides to it in terms of what it can host, but Schoenbrun believes it is still a sword worth using.
A legendary director’s first film is always a fascinating experience to watch. You can watch the development of their cinematic voice right from the start. Maybe they had a firm hold on their aesthetic from the start, or maybe it was something they gradually developed into. In the instance of Lynne Ramsay, her debut was a self-assured one that many today regard as among her greatest. The film “Ratcatcher” is difficult to find to stream in many locations because of its little speech and powerful images. This makes the movie difficult to summarize, but that’s kind of expected given how Ramsay depicts her plots rather than explains them. It addresses how growing up is both a thrilling and terrifying time, with the secrets that aging sometimes brings being difficult to digest. We’re confident that after watching it, you won’t feel the same.
Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2
Let’s move on to something very else now. No matter how hard people try, the original “Texas Chain Saw Massacre” will never be able to be duplicated. So why bother trying to recreate it at all? With this cult classic, Tobe Hooper asked that question by amplifying the Sawyer Family’s violence to almost ludicrous heights. Although there was some disagreement when it was first released, it has now received a merited reevaluation. There is more violence, more entrails, more chainsaws, and of course, more Leatherface in “Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2,” which is an exercise in excess. There are also a lot more vibrant and raucous characters, particularly Dennis Hopper’s bonkers portrayal of Lieutenant Lefty Enright, the lord of the crop. You can simply enjoy viewing this movie without giving it much thought. Simply relax and watch the mayhem.
Secret Origins of the Batwheels
On September 17, Batman Day, Batwheels debuted a half-hour origin-focused episode. The origin present will officially premiere on Cartoonito on Cartoon Community after a short delay on Cartoonito on HBO Max. The backstory of the Batwheels team’s formation is revealed in Secret Origin of the Batwheels. In Batwheels, Batman, Robin, and Batgirl are joined by a group of younger, sentient superpowered vehicles as they defend Gotham Metropolis. Later this fall, Cartoonito on Cartoon Community and Cartoonito on HBO Max will officially debut Batwheels. Ethan Hawke plays Batman, Jacob Bertand plays Bam the Batmobile, Gina Rodriguez plays Catwoman, and Xolo Mariduea plays Snowy the Snowcrawler in the voice-forged. The government producer is Sam Register from Looney Tunes cartoons. Simon J. Smith (Penguins of Madagascar) is the supervising producer, Steven Fink of Bang Zoom Ltd. is the producer, and Michael G. Stern (Doc McStuffins) is a co-executive producer. Warner Bros. Animation’s Batwheels is primarily based on DC Comics characters. Superprod Studio provides animation studios.
Escape from Kabul- September 21
The events of Escape From Kabul take place over the course of 18 historic days in August 2021, starting with the American withdrawal of forces from Afghanistan and ending with the evacuation of tens of thousands of Afghan residents from Kabul Airport after the Taliban took control of the city. Exclusive interviews with people who were there during the entire time, including Afghan citizens trying to flee, U.S. Marines in charge of overseeing the evacuation, and Taliban commanders and fighters who had recently taken the city, are interspersed with never-before-seen archival footage from those on the ground at the airport. It is going to be released on 21th of September 2022.
Fandango at the Wall
Fandango at the Wall travels with Arturo O’Farrill, the founder and conductor of the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra, to the most remote areas of Veracruz, Mexico, where he meets and jams with the greats of son jarocho. The 300-year-old folk song known as son jarocho incorporates African, Indigenous, and Spanish traditions. It is anchored in the local culture. The masters of son jarocho gather along the Mexican-American border for the son jarocho music and dance event known as Fandango Fronterizo after Arturo’s enlightening voyage to a location where time appears to stand still (founded by Jorge Francisco Castillo). The event turns this barrier between the United States and Mexico from one that divides to one that unites by taking place concurrently on both sides of the border. Fandango at the Wall explores the present mass migrations caused by violence, poverty, and corruption while revealing a rarely seen side of Mexico through a son jarocho-inspired poetic musical style.
Mo Willems: Don’t Let the Pigeon Do Storytime!
If you’ve never heard of Mo Willems, you obviously don’t have children. He’s definitely one of your favourite authors and illustrators if you do. Beginning with Don’t Let The Pigeon Drive The Bus, Willems—who spent many years penning stories for Sesame Street—has spent the last 17 years creating hilarious and, dare we say, intelligent children’s books. In a brand-new special shot at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC’s “Before Times,” Willems enlists an all-star (and we do mean all-star) cast of comic actors to play a couple of his most well-known tales for a young audience as well as their parents. You probably have an idea of what you’ll receive here if you’ve ever watched the video version of a children’s program like Daniel Tiger Live! However, this will be something that both parents and children will really enjoy.