Whether you’re new to Hulu or an avid Hulu fan, it’s essential to know which movies to check out what is out and about on Hulu this weekend. Hulu is constantly updating and adding new titles to its library, but which ones should you check out first? Here are a few suggestions.

Fruitvale Station

Whether you’re a film buff, history buff, or just interested in the latest film to hit the streaming scene, you’ll want to check out Fruitvale Station: The Story of Oscar Grant. It’s a biographical drama about Oscar Grant III, who died in 2009. In the film, Grant crosses paths with various acquaintances and strangers. The movie is about how a 22-year-old was killed in 2009. It’s also about how he ended up in a police altercation that ended in tragedy.

Love & Mercy

Despite their modest offerings, Hulu has some of the best movies you can get your hands on. They have a huge library of films, some of which are unavailable to stream anywhere else. This is an excellent opportunity for movie buffs to catch up on some of the latest releases while simultaneously picking up some hidden gems. Love & Mercy is a biopic of Beach Boys’ lead singer Brian Wilson. The film focuses on Wilson’s musical experimentation in the 1960s and his bout with mental illness in the 1980s. It stars Paul Dano as the young Brian and John Cusack as the aging gent.

Deep Water

‘Deep Water’ is a movie which is based on a novel by Patricia Highsmith. The movie is about a couple of married people with marital problems. It is a psychological/erotic thriller. ‘Deep Water’ was directed by Academy Award nominee Adrian Lyne. He has previously directed ‘Fatal Attraction, ‘Flashdance,’ ‘Indecent Proposal,’ and ‘Jacob’s Ladder. He is married to actress Lil Rel Howery. The movie was based on a novel by Patricia Highsmith, who wrote the novel ‘The Talented Mr. Ripley.’ This movie has many loose ends. It also has some violence. The ending is implausible.


RLJE Films has acquired Slash/Back. This horror film is set in the remote Nunavut hamlet of Pangnirtung. The film is about a young girl, Maika (Tatiana Shirley), who discovers that there’s an alien invasion. She and her friends must prove their mettle to protect the town. Nyla Innuksuk, an Indigenous filmmaker, directs the film. She’s also written the screenplay with Ryan Cavan.

Slash/Back is an intriguing blend of horror, mystery, comedy, and sci-fi. It also highlights Indigenous people’s relationship to and connection to the world. Innuksuk’s film is set in a remote Arctic community where the main character, Maika, grew up.

This Mountain Life

Despite being a streaming service, Hulu has only one climbing film to its credit. This Mountain Life documentary is about a mother-daughter duo who hiked from Squamish, British Columbia, to Skagway, Alaska. It’s a riveting story of human passion, with a better-than-average IMDb audience rating of 7.3. There’s a reason it’s been billed as the first of its kind. It’s also one of the most visually stunning films you’ll ever see. The film was helmed by Jennifer Peedom, who directed a similar film about the Sherpa people and whose team traveled to Nepal in 2014 to watch their awe-inspiring leader Phurba Tashi climb Everest for the 22nd time.

Fight Club

Featuring Brad Pitt and Edward Norton, David Fincher directed Fight Club, which was based on Chuck Palahniuk’s novel. Despite its baffling title, the film has been widely praised. Fight Club is a film that is still considered a classic. It has several interesting things to say about life and the human race. It is a darkly humorous film with a lot of social commentaries. Although it didn’t win any Oscars, it does have a pretty high Rotten Tomatoes score. It also has great production quality and a good story.

On the Count of Three

Among the newest movies on Hulu is the Count of Three, an American black comedy-drama film starring Jerrod Carmichael, Christopher Abbott, Lavell Crawford, and Tiffany Haddish. The movie is about two friends, Val and Kevin, who make a morbid pact to commit suicide before the end of the day. The Count of Three is a film that revolves around two best friends who have reached a point in their lives where nothing makes sense. To stop their misery, they make a morbid pact to kill themselves before the end of the day.

Ron Howard’s Angels & Demons

‘Angels & Demons, a 2009 action thriller directed by Ron Howard, is based on Dan Brown’s best-selling novel. It combines papal conclave and political intrigue. The story centers on Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon, who is recruited to a scavenger hunt through France and the United Kingdom. Langdon must uncover a missing word and Mason’s Pyramid to save the Catholic Church from destruction. Along the way, he uncovers the secret of the Illuminati, a secret organization of powerful forces with a long history of killing to advance their goals.