The Bad Education Movie
Jack Whitehall’s hysterical BBC Three series jumps from the small screen to the silver! Alfie Wickers (Whitehall) and his wayward students are headed to Cornwall on their final class trip. Harry Enfield and Matthew Horne co-star.
Ciaran Foy directs this spine-tingling sequel to the 2012 horror hit. Shannyn Sossamon is Courtney, an overprotective mum of twin boys who has just moved into a remote farmhouse. Courtney’s fears become reality when a supernatural presence terrorises her young family, particularly her son, Dylan who starts behaving very oddly . . . The terrifying entity, Bughuul makes his return.
“National Lampoon’s Vacation” gets a 2015 reboot starring Ed Helms and Christina Applegate, with cameo appearances from original stars Chevy Chase and Beverly D’Angelo. Helms is Rusty Griswold, the now grown-up son of Clark Griswold (Chase) who is out to recreate his childhood vacation with wife, Debbie (Applegate) and two sons, James (Skyler Gisondo) and Kevin (Steele Stebbins). What could possible go wrong?!
George Lucas pairs up with Disney for this enchanting, animated musical perfect for kids, big and small. Alan Cummings and Rachel Evan Wood star.
Martin (Fabrice Luchini) has recently moved from Paris to Normandy to take over his late father’s bakery. His hopes for a quiet life are scuppered when he meets, Gemma Bovery (Gemma Arterton); a married, English woman who shares her surname with Gustave Flaubert’s Madame Bovery character, from his Normandy-set novel. Martin begins to feel like his life is a swooning, romantic drama when Gemma begins to mimic the behaviour of her famous literary namesake; can life really imitate art? Based on the graphic novel by Posy Simmonds.
The Angulo siblings were no ordinary brood; they were raised in an apartment in Manhattan’s Lower East Side for 14 years with strict instructions from their parents not to leave the building unsupervised. The 6 brothers and one sister strong family were home-schooled and learned of life beyond their home via the movies. However, everything changed when 15 year old, Mukunda defied his parents rules and ventured outside on his own . . . Directed by Crystal Moselle.
The Fog @ The GFT
Friday 21st August 2015 @ 11pm Book here
John Carpenter’s 1980 classic gets an airing at The GFT tonight. California’s Antonio Bay gets a rude awakening when its shady past (and undead) come back to haunt the town during its centenary. Scream Queen, Jamie Lee Curtis stars.
James & The Giant Peach @ The GFT
Saturday 22nd August 2015 @ 11.30am Book here
Roald Dahl’s classic tale about a young boy who finds a magical peach and goes on a fantastic adventure with his magically-altered insect friends.
The Virgin Suicides
Tuesday 25th August 2015 @ 8.30pm Book here
Following the suicide of their 13 year old sister, Cecilia, four sisters are placed in isolation by their parents; quarantined from social interaction and the opposite sex. Kirsten Dunst, James Woods and Josh Hartnett star in Sofia Coppola’s 1999 poignant and powerful drama.
“It’s alive!” We got a sneak peek of James McAvoy as Dr Frankenstein when the trailer for, “Victor Frankenstein” dropped earlier this week. The 2015 update of Mary Shelley’s classic gothic novel is told through the eyes of Frankenstein’s assistant, Igor (played by Daniel Radcliffe).Frankenstein” is released on Friday 4th December 2015.