{Disarmed} 13 must-see premieres and releases for the weekend: Dune , Deathloop , Junji Ito and more

13 must-see premieres and releases for the weekend: 'Dune', 'Deathloop', Junji Ito and more

This weekend, at last and after countless delays, 'Dune' arrives in our cinemas. But if mystical deserts and giant sandworms aren't your thing, calm down , we've got time loops and metaphysical oriental horror. It cannot be said that our selection of 13 plans for the weekend does not come well stocked.

'Dune'

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One of the most anticipated and notorious releases of a year that has not yet finished raising its head after the hit of the pandemic in 2020 is an ambitious and not at all complacent adaptation of Frank Herbert's literary science fiction classic . Denis Villeneuve does not renounce either the spectacularity or the solemnity of the original in a hyper-stylized and bombastic film, perhaps demanding for audiences accustomed to kinder shows. But we need more like her.

  • Already in cinemas

'The squid game'

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Intriguing Korean production that proposes a mix of 'Saw', 'The Hunger Games' and 'Yellow Humor' where hundreds of people with financial problems are invited to participate in a curious contest of children's rules, colorful aesthetics and millionaire prizes. Outlandish humor and sadistic wackiness in one of the weekend's most promising releases.

  • Available on Netflix

'He-Man and the Masters of the Universe'

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Nice reformulation of the classic toy franchise, in a youthful and futuristic key, and with CGI animation . Redesigned characters and updated stories with futuristic paraphernalia and a revamped origin story for all characters. Exciting designs and frenzied, loud action that leaves no time to even catch your breath.

  • Available on Netflix
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'Encounters in the dark'

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Interesting British thriller that draws on classics such as 'Encounters in the third phase' and that tells how, a year after the disappearance of an 8-year-old girl, her family returns to their hometown. That same afternoon, strange lights appear in a nearby forest and the family suffers an accident that will start a series of revelations that may lead them to discover the truth about the disappearance of the little girl.

  • You can see it on Amazon Prime Video and Movistar +

'Contagion'

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Ten years ago Steven Soderbergh predicted the pandemic that we are experiencing in a ridiculously accurate way , to the point that seeing 'Contagion' is a much more extreme experience than its director possibly envisioned. From the Ice Palace to the anti-vaccine tweets, to the exponential speed with which the disease spread throughout the world. It lacked the DJs on the balconies, but everything else is here .

  • At 22:10 on Friday the 17th on La 1 (and you also have it on HBO )

'Deathloop'

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One of the most original and risky games we've seen lately , disguised as a shooter with time loops, but which actually follows the Arkane ('Dishonored', 'Prey') philosophy of letting the player tackle the games however they want . A sophisticated system of powers and weapons and a series of simple objectives (kill a series of objectives ... that revive when the loop is reactivated) for a labyrinthine game of searching for clues within the most absolute freedom of action.

  • Available for PC and Playstation 5

Open Beta of 'Age of Empires IV'

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This weekend, between September 17 at 7:00 p.m. and September 20 at 7:00 p.m. it will be possible to access the open beta of 'Age of Empires IV'. It is a technical stress test to test the servers and see how they perform when there are many simultaneous connections, but it will allow you to access the game if your team meets these minimum requirements , and test the online multiplayer.

  • Access through Steam and click "Join Age of Empires IV Technical Stress Test"

'Eastward'

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Do not be carried away by its graphics, reminiscent of animes of two or three decades ago: 'Eastward' has humor and very adult themes, and is set in a society on the verge of extinction due to a toxin . The two protagonists live in an underground society from which they want to flee and they will do so in an adventure that mixes exploration, puzzles and action, combining the skills of the two friends. A surprise from the creators of titles like 'Stardew Valley' or 'Starbound'

  • Available for PC and Nintendo Switch

'Gamedec'

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A role-playing game that its creators define as "adaptive", set in a cyberpunk future , and where our decisions will guide the development of the game. In the Warsaw of the XXII century, the player plays a private detective specializing in crimes that take place in virtual environments. With this starting point, the title encourages approaching the problems and cases from personal angles, and proposes a curious isometric view that puts all the accent on the highly detailed scenarios.

  • Available for PC and Nintendo Switch
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'Piranesi' (Susanna Clarke)

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The modern classic 'Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell' finally finds a successor with the new novel by its author, Susanna Clarke. Again mixing historical reality and overflowing fantasy, we will enter the house of Piranesi , a mutant and liquid place (sometimes literally), where its owner undertakes a scientific investigation to reach The Great Secret Knowledge with the help of someone who calls himself The other.

Piranesi (Narrative Salamander)

Piranesi (Narrative Salamander)

Today on Amazon for € 19.00

'The Empire of Pain' (Patrick Radden Keefe)

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Subtitled 'The secret history of the dynasty that reigned in the pharmaceutical industry', this essay by the author of 'Say nothing' delves into the history of the Sackler family, one of the richest in the world and one of the most respected. - until it became known that his wealth came from OxyContin , the potent pain reliever that catalyzed America's opioid crisis. This book reviews the history of the emporium built thanks to Valium and whose origins date back to the times of the Great Depression.

The Empire of Pain: The Secret History of the Dynasty That Reigned in the Pharmaceutical Industry (Reservoir Narrative)

The Empire of Pain: The Secret History of the Dynasty That Reigned in the Pharmaceutical Industry (Reservoir Narrative)

Today on Amazon for € 22.70

'Tokyo Vice' (Jake Adelstein)

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A vibrant first-person essay that begins when American journalist Jake Adelstein joined a Japanese newspaper at just 24 years old, becoming the first foreign professional to take such a position. Over the course of twelve years, he covered all kinds of crimes, many of them related to the yakuza , and became the interlocutor of the organization, which came to put his life in danger, even when he returned to the West.

Tokyo Vice (PENINSULA)

Tokyo Vice (PENINSULA)

Today on Amazon for € 18.90

'The threshold of the sinister' (Junji Ito)

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One of the most followed (and feared) horror manga authors is back. In this new volume, the author of 'Uzumaki' and 'Tomie' presents four stories in which the threshold that separates the world of the living and that of the dead, the real and the phantasmagoric, faith and madness , wakefulness and sleep. All with its usual tone between cartoony and outright horror.

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