Waves and 9 other great movies you missed in 2019

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PARK CITY, UT – JANUARY 25: (L-R) John Keville, Lee Cronin, James Quinn Markey and Seana Kerslake attends the “The Hole In The Ground” Premiere makes waves. (Photo by Jerod Harris/Getty Images)

You may be wondering what movies you missed in 2019 that you should be looking for on streaming. From Luce to Waves, Hidden Remote has you covered!

2020 begins a brand new decade but before we turn the page we have to wrap up 2019. There were many movies that were must-sees for all and some that gained momentum while they were out. You have seen many best of 2019 lists but what you may not have seen was the list of movies that didn’t get the mainstream attention that they should have. For example, what have you heard about The Hole in the Ground? What about Waves? That’s where we come in.

This list will only include movies that made less than $10 million at the box office or, if they were streaming movies, didn’t get enough critic reviews to generate a Rotten Tomatoes consensus. I think we have a good mix and hope you’ll find at least a few that you hadn’t previously heard of.

Without further ado, let’s start with the #10 film on our list.

10. The Hole in the Ground

Director: Lee Cronin

Main Cast: Seana Kerslake, James Quinn Markey, Chris O’Neill

Release Date: March 1

Box Office: $3,352,402 Worldwide

Streaming?: Amazon Prime

Genre: Horror/Thriller

The Hole in the Ground is a traditional horror movie with a simple premise and a lot of tension. A mother and son move to a new town and the son struggles to adjust to his new environment. The home is in a secluded area and there is a gigantic sinkhole behind it.

Those issues should be enough to put Sarah on high alert but when her son Chris disappears one day she fears the worst. While she’s on the phone with the police to report his disappearance, he shows up and this is when the fun begins.

The trailer won the Best Foreign Horror Trailer award at the Golden Trailer Awards. You can watch it below.

While Sarah does make a lot of horror movie decisions that can be frustrating for the audience, The Hole in the Ground is still a fun movie with enough scares and tense moments for any genre fans.

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