Are you looking to catch a flick at the theaters this weekend?  We have all the trailers in one convenient place for you to see what movie best fits your tastes!

Insidious is the only new big release this week, however there are still plenty of options for you and your family this weekend at the theater!

New Movies This Weekend:

1.  "Insidious: The Last Key"  (PG-13)

The fourth "Insidious" chapter focuses completely on Elise Rainier, the psychic played by Lin Shaye.  It's a sequel to the last one, which means the action takes place between the events of "Insidious: Chapter 3" and the first movie.

Other movies still in theaters that are worth a watch:

1.  "Star Wars: The Last Jedi"  (PG-13)

The second movie in the new trilogy is two and a half hours long and picks up with Rey having used the restored map to track down Luke in his self-imposed exile and ask him to train her.  But he's not as receptive to the idea after seeing her raw power with the Force.

2.  "Ferdinand"  (PG)

John Cena is Ferdinand in an animated movie based on the classic 1936 children's book.  For anyone who's forgotten their childhood, it's about a gentle bull who refuses to change his peaceful ways when he's captured and sent to fight in a bullfighting ring in Spain.  Kate McKinnon is also in it as the "calming goat," a goat people pair with bulls to keep them calm.

3.  "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle"  (PG-13)

Four high school kids are forced to clean out the school basement as part of their detention. They find a "Jumanji" video game and get transported into it as the characters they choose, who are each played by The Rock, Kevin Hart, Karen Gillian, and Jack Black.

4.  "Pitch Perfect 3"  (PG-13)

Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson, and the rest of the Bellas reunite for one last singing competition as part of an overseas USO tour where their competition all perform with instruments.  Ruby Rose from "Orange is the New Black" is in one of the competing groups.

5.  "The Greatest Showman"  (PG)

A musical starring Hugh Jackman as P.T. Barnum in the story of how he created the Barnum and Bailey Circus and got people in the 1800s to accept his troupe of outcasts.