Sunday Night Movies
A monster-stomping sequel. Angelina Jolie reprises her role as the magnificent Maleficent. A canine narrator. A double whammy of Will Smith. Here’s what’s lined up for your Sunday night movies this June.
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M-Net Movies Premiere
Over on channel 104, we recommend Greta, a creepy thriller starring Chloë Grace Moretz and Isabelle Huppert. It’s directed by Irish lad Neil Jordan, who helmed such films as The Crying Game, Michael Collins, and Interview with the Vampire.
Greta airs on 7 June at 21:58.
Here are more fresh titles coming to your screen:
2 June, 20:00 Affairs of State
5 June, 21:35 Miss Bala
7 June, 20:15 The Intruder
8 June, 20:00 Backtrace
9 June, 20:30 Gloria Bell
14 June, 20:15 Stockholm
21 June, 20:15 Mission of Honor
23 June, 20:00 Brightburn
28 June, 20:15 The Naked Wanderer
Keep an eye on this page for more movies.
Animania may be over but mini movie fans can still meet and make the zanies. Plus, M-Net channel 101 still has a fun family movie planned every Saturday.
6 June, 15:30 A Dog’s Journey
13 June, 15:30 The Big Trip
20 June, 15:15 Stardog and Turbocat
27 June, 15:15 Spycies
Check out this page for more kids’ movies.
The White Crow
Sunday 7 June, 22:50
Ralph Fiennes directs this biopic that follows the remarkable story of Rudolf Nureyev, the Soviet dancer who caused an international incident when he defected to the West in 1961.
I'll Go Where You Go
Sunday 14 June, 22:35
A French dramedy about two sisters who are polar opposites, and their father who tries to bring them together.
Who You Think I Am
Sunday 21 June, 22:30
Juliette Binoche is filled with passion, longing, and lies in this French drama that sees a 50-year-old divorcee create a Facebook profile…as a 24-year-old.
Swallows of Kabul
Sunday 28 June, 22:35
This moving animation is based on the novel of the same name by Algerian writer Yasmina Khadra. Set in Kabul, Afghanistan under the rule of the Taliban, the story follows the lives of two couples.
M-Net Binge channel 114 has more than just your favourite classic TV shows lined up this month.
Take a look at the documentaries you can check out this June.
Mommy Dead and Dearest
Saturday 6 June, 20:00
Based on the true-crime story of Dee Dee Blanchard and her daughter Gypsy Rose, it unravels a tangled web of lies, child abuse, mental illness, and forbidden love.
True Justice: Bryan Stevenson’s Fight for Equality
Saturday 13 June, 20:00
From Emmy-winners Peter, George, and Teddy Kunhard comes this inspiring documentary of public interest lawyer and founder of the Equal Justice Initiative, Bryan Stevenson.
The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley
Saturday 20 June, 19:00
A gripping documentary about the multibillion-dollar tech company, Theranos, its founder Elizabeth Holmes, and how it collapsed.
King in the Wilderness
Saturday 27 June, 19:00
This insightful documentary looks at the final years of Martin Luther King, Jr. and how he battled to balance both the Black Power movement and the government.
The award-winning South African drama is now available on DStv BoxOffice. If you missed it or want to watch it again, rent it here.
What are you looking forward to watching this June?
Please note dates and times are subject to change.