If you're willing to attack the problem from a different paradigm and you're only concerned with new releases, I have a potential solution for you. It requires some explanation:
First - There is an RSS list known as the TorrentFreak Top 10 Most Pir@ted Movies List.
Second - There is a site that allows you to import movies from one of several lists (Trakt.tv lists, IMDB lists, etc); you can also use this tool to sync with your own trakt.tv list, or simply display the results directly. [Login to see the link]
Third - MDBlist will allow you to filter by hundreds of criteria, including IMDB Popularity, IMDB Ratings, or a variety of other ratings (Trakt, TMDB, RottenTomatoes, Audience, etc). You can filter by dates, genres, studios, actors, etc. I use about 30 different filters in my lists.
Fourth - If you'd like an easy option, set the list to begin with the Top 10 List I mentioned above (Click "Movies" to create a new search, then expand "Lists, Streaming Services...", then under "Popular Lists" choose the Top 10 Pir@ted list).
If you prefer a list with more variety/more movies, you can tailor your own list by using Top 50 Movies of the Week (this closely matches the pir@ted movie lists).
Fifth - Set your preferred criteria (minimum IMDB rating, genre, etc). Then click "Search" to see the results, then continue adding/editing your criteria to perfect the results.
You now have a list of the pir@ted movies for each week (the same movies typically uploaded) with your criteria applied, simply search SoftArchive based on the movies you choose from your custom list.
Because this option is not natively available in SoftArchive, this provides the best workaround along with a few extra features 🙂