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Rainy Day Binge: Stay Cozy with Lionsgate Play’s June Releases

We might be halfway through 2024, but Lionsgate Play’s June releases are anything but mid.

As the monsoon rains start to pour, it’s the perfect time to cozy up in your living room and binge-watch some of the latest releases on Lionsgate Play. This June, the streaming platform is taking us on an emotional rollercoaster. From action-packed thrillers to heart-wrenching dramas, here are some of the top picks that you won’t want to miss.

Top picks for the month

Talk to Me (Film) – Release date: June 7

Talk to Me is a 2022 Australian supernatural horror film about a group of teenagers who discover a thrilling and horrifying way to contact the dead – through a severed, embalmed hand. After enjoying the novelty of contacting the spirit world for thrills, one goes too far, unleashing supernatural forces. This thriller is currently A24’s highest-grossing horror film, making it a must-watch for horror fans.

The Desperate Riders (Film) – Release date: June 21

When a ruthless outlaw kidnaps young Billy’s mother, lone cowboy Kansas Red (Drew Waters) is spurred into action. But he can’t face the danger alone. He runs into Leslie (Vanessa Evigan), a sharp-shooter with a hidden agenda. Together, the unlikely trio must set aside their differences and race against time to rescue Carol (Victoria Pratt) from the clutches of Thorn (Trace Adkins) – but does she even want to be rescued?

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Blue Mountain State: The Rise of Thadland (Film) – Release date: June 7

College football star Alex Moran’s (Darin Brooks) senior year dream of endless partying is in jeopardy when the new Dean of Sports threatens to sell the infamous Goat House, the team’s legendary party haven. Desperate to save their beloved hangout, Alex hatches a plan. Enter Thad Castle (Alan Ritchson), a recently drafted NFL superstar with a sparkling multi-million dollar contract. Alex must throw Thad the most epic, over-the-top celebration to convince him to buy the Goat House and save the day.

9/11 (Film) – Release date: June 14

Terror takes a claustrophobic turn in 9/11. A group of five individuals from all walks of life found themselves trapped in an elevator in the World Trade Center during the tragic events of September 11, 2001. As the attacks unfold, they must confront their fears and fight for survival. This gripping drama stars Charlie SheenWhoopi Goldberg, and Gina Gershon.

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The Others (Film) – Release date: June 7

In post-World War II, Grace (Nicole Kidman) and her two photosensitive children live in her darkened old family estate in the Channel Islands. After the arrival of new servants, the family is plagued by scary supernatural phenomena and becomes convinced that their manor is haunted. Desperate to protect her kids from unseen threats, Grace uncovers a horrifying truth that shatters her reality.

Perfume: The Story of a Murderer (Film) – Release date: June 14

Based on Patrick Suskind’s 1985 novel of the same name, Perfume: The Story of a Murderer tells the story of Jean-Baptiste Grenouille (Ben Whishaw), an olfactory genius who ultimately becomes one of 18th-century France’s finest perfumers. Things take a dark turn when Jean-Baptiste becomes obsessed with capturing the perfect scent: the essence of young womanhood. He eventually descends into madness as he resorts to murder to obtain his elusive ingredient.

The Pianist (Film) – Release date: June 21

The Pianist is a harrowing biographical drama based on the memoirs of acclaimed Polish-Jewish musician Władysław Szpilman (Adrien Brody). As the Nazis invaded Poland during World War II, Władysław got separated from his family and had to hide in the ruins of Warsaw in order to survive. He struggles through starvation, disease, and constant fear as the war rages on. Through it all, his music becomes both a refuge and a means of preserving his humanity amidst the devastation. The Pianist is a testament to the enduring human spirit, highlighting the power of art and the will to survive even in the face of unimaginable cruelty.

Catch these must-watch movies and series plus more only on Lionsgate Play!

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