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Trailer Round-Up: Movies Coming Soon To VOD, Digital, And Streaming

By Kristy Puchko | Film | June 15, 2020 |

By Kristy Puchko | Film | June 15, 2020 |

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With so much going on, it can seem impossible to keep up with what movies are coming out. Each month, Tori dedicatedly creates a comprehensive guide that encompasses film and TV. But with days feeling endless, you might need a reminder of what’s coming soon to a home theater near you. So, here are the highlights of what’s hitting VOD, digital, and streaming in June.

Scare Package

This horror-comedy anthology is full of goofs, gore, and subgenre spoofs. If you’re craving something spooky and silly, this one will hit the spot.

Coming to Shudder on June 18.

You Should Have Left

Kevin Bacon and Stir of Echoes screenwriter David Koepp reteam for a twisted psychological thriller that co-stars Amanda Seyfried. Check out the brand-new featurette about this soon-to-debut freaky flick.

Coming to On Demand on June 18.


Shannon Murphy’s critically acclaimed directorial feature debut stars Little Women’s Eliza Scanlen as a seriously ill teen who falls hard for a local bad boy. Essie Davis and Ben Mendelsohn co-star.

Coming to VOD on June 19.

Wasp Network

Heralded writer/director Olivier Assayas returns a thriller about Cuban spies engaged in a dangerous infiltration to thwart terrorism in the 1990s.
Ana de Armas, Edgar Ramírez, and Penélope Cruz star.

Coming to Netflix on June 19.

Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga

Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams star in a big-hearted comedy centered in te Eurovision Song Contest, where nations compete in a wonderfully earnest and campy singing competition. You might think this looks bizarre, but that’s just on-brand for Eurovision. Dan Stevens co-stars.

Coming to Netflix on June 26.


Remember how Jon Stewart left The Daily Show to make movies? Well, here’s his latest, starring Steve Carell, Rose Byrne, Mackenzie Davis, and Chris Cooper.

Coming to VOD on June 26.

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