19th Century England is the backdrop to the whirlwind romance between young author, Edith Cushing (Mia Wasikowska) and the dashing, but very mysterious Sir Thomas Sharpe (Tom Hiddleston). After marrying, Sir Thomas whisks Edith away to live in his isolated mansion, alongside his equally mysterious sister, Lady Lucille (Jessica Chastain). The young writer soon learns that the mansion is haunted by entities all connected to her new husband’s past and that Crimson Peak has a very dark secret . . .
Hotel Transylvania 2
Adam Sandler heads up an all-star cast in the much-anticipated sequel to the 2012 monster hit. Count Dracula (Sandler) is determined to bring out the “monster” of his half human, half vampire grandson, Dennis via “monster training” with the help of Frank (Kevin James), Murray (Keegan-Michael Key), Wayne (Steve Buscemi) and Griffin (David Spade), while his daughter, Mavis (Selena Gomez) and son-in-law, Johnathan (Andy Samberg) are away on holiday. As if The Count didn’t have enough on his plate, his own father, Vlad (voiced by the legendary Mel Brooks) turns up and is horrified to learn that Hotel Transylvania now accepts humans!
Ben Foster plays disgraced cyclist, Lance Armstrong in this gripping account of one of the sporting world’s most notorious scandals. Armstrong has reached a career peak; claiming an unprecedented seven victories in The Tour De France, however, journalist, David Walsh (Chris O’Dowd) is suspicious of the sportman’s success and takes the initial steps in exposing Armstrong’s disguised, performance enhancing drug program which ultimately led to his downfall and conviction.
Colin Farrell stars in this surreal satire which pokes fun at dating rituals and the social pressure to form couples. In a dystopian (not so far away) future, single people are punished for failing to marry or pro-create; the law states that they must attend The Hotel where they have 45 days to find a partner or they are turned into an animal. Farrell is shy guy, David who, along with his brother (now a dog) arrives at The Hotel in search of his other half; despite getting a run down of The Hotel’s strict regime by stern proprietor, (Olivia Coleman), it isn’t long before David starts breaking the rules . . . Rachel Weisz, Lea Seydoux, John C. Reilly and Ben Whishaw co-star.
Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory Book here
The GFT, Saturday 17th October 2015 @ 11.30am
Long before Johnny Depp put his sinister spin on Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka, Gene Wilder played the famous chococlatier in this 1971 musical fantasy. Poor boy, Charlie Bucket wins a Golden Ticket for a tour of the world’s strangest chocolate factory.
Back To The Future Trilogy
Cineworld, Wednesday 21st October 2015 @ 6pm
Marty McFly is coming! This Wednesday (21st October 2015) is the exact date, Marty McFly (Michael J Fox) arrives in the future in the second part of the movie trilogy, and to celebrate, Cineworld are showing all THREE “Back To The Future” movies BACK TO BACK this week! Unmissable!
*The Grosvenor Cinema is also showing “Back To The Future 2” on Wednesday 21st October 2015 at 7.30pm and 9.30pm