Watch and Stream: Sept. 16


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Mia Oliva, Reviews Editor

Closing in on the first month back to classes, here are some films to catch in theaters and shows to stream this week.


Consecutively shot in secret alongside his March 2022 release, Ti West presents audiences with a prequel of his seductive slasher film, “X”. The film stars Mia Goth, who reprises a youthful version of her bloodthirsty character, Pearl. 


“Pearl” is now available in theaters.


Do Revenge

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Popular schoolgirl Drea (Camila Mendes) and exchange student Eleanor (Maya Hawke) join forces to grapple with rumors and scandals that threaten to taint their reputations.


“Do Revenge” is now available on Netflix.


The Woman King

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Based on true events, this historical interpretation centers around an all-female warrior clan bound to protect their home, the African Kingdom of Dahomey, from foreign threat. The cast is comprised of powerhouses such as Viola Davis, John Boyega, and Lashana Lynch.


“The Woman King” is now available in theaters.


Fate: The Winx Saga S2

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While the Burned Ones have vanished, the Otherworld is now faced with a new threat. Fire fairy Bloom (Abigail Cowen) must once again join forces with her fellow fairies and friends to protect the Otherworld once more.


“Fate: The Winx Saga: Season 2” is now available on Netflix.


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As a prequel to Star Wars’ “Rogue One,” this new series focuses on the journey of rebel soldier Cassian Andor (Diego Luna) and further elaborates on the obstacles and missions that prompt him to convert from the Confederacy of Independent Systems.


“Star Wars’ Andor” premieres Sept. 21 on Disney+.

Kardashians S2

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If there’s one thing the Kardashian family does best, it’s that they stick together. The family welcomes fans back for a second season of scandals and escapades.


“The Kardashians: Season 2” premieres Sept. 22 on Hulu.

Don’t Worry Darling

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Director and actress Olivia Wilde cultivates a psychological thriller that centers around a couple (Pugh and Styles) placed in a social experiment known as the “Victory Project”. Starring Wilde herself and others such as Chris Pine and Gemma Chan, the anticipation remains unspoken.


“Don’t Worry Darling” premieres in theaters Sept. 23