Tom Hardy plays both of the notorious Kray twins, Ronnie and Reggie in a gripping, fact-based thriller about the reign of terror that these feared criminals inflicted on 1960s London. Christopher Eccleston, Emily Browning and Taron Egerton co-star.
Master of plot twists, M. Night Shyamalan (director of “The Sixth Sense” and “The Village”) presents this terrifying found-footage style horror. There is nothing out of the ordinary for two siblings (Ed Oxenbould and Olivia De Jonge) when they are sent to stay with their grandparents (Deanna Dunagan and Peter McRobbie) while their mother goes on holiday. However, odd behaviour from their grandparents and a warning to stay in their bedroom after 9.30pm encourages curiousity in the brother and sister who soon find that something is very, very wrong . . .
Joaquin Phoenix stars as disillusioned, philosophy professor, Abe who is struggling with an alcohol problem and a dissatisfied lover (Parker Rosey). Despite his personal problems, Abe’s arrival at stuffy, old-fashioned Braylin College is a breath of fresh air and he quickly strikes up a friendship with student, Jill (Emma Stone). That, and an overheard conversation in a diner leads Abe to believe that his life has a fresh purpose which results in some shocking and unexpected actions! Directed by Woody Allen.
The Big Lebowski Book here
Friday 11th September 2015 @ 11pm @ The GFT
Joel and Ethan Coen introduce you to the laziest man EVER (!) The Dude, aka Jeffrey Lebowski (Jeff Bridges) becomes entangled in a kidnapping thanks to a case of mistaken identity and a soiled rug. With a little help from his buddy, Walter (John Goodman), he embarks on a hazy, White Russian-fuelled quest to to find out what on earth is going on!
Tremors Book here
Sunday 13th September 2015 @ 7.30pm @ The GFT
Kevin Bacon and Fred Ward star as the unlikely heroes in this 1990 monster movie. When a small town in Nevada finds itself at the mercy of a “Graboid” (a man-eating worm lurking beneath the sand), its down to Val McKee (Bacon) and Earl Bassett (Ward) to save the day!
The Rocky Horror Picture Show – LIVE
Thursday 17th September 2015 @ 6.45pm
For one night only, Richard O’Brien’s 1975 cult, cross-dressing, all-singing, all-dancing classic comes to UK Cinemas, direct from London’s West End! On their way to visit an old college professor, young lovers, Brad Majors and Janet Weiss experience some car trouble and stop by a spooky, old mansion looking for help . . . and are plunged into the madcap world of Dr Frank ‘n’ Furter! “It’s just a jump to the left!”
(Shown in Cineworld, The Grosvenor & The GFT)