New Releases

Victor Frankenstein

“It’s alive!” James McAvoy and Daniel Radcliffe star in this inventive reboot of Mary Shelley’s classic novel. Told through the eyes of Igor (Radcliffe), assistant to Dr Frankenstein (McAvoy) sees both men believe their unorthodox experiments will transform science and aid humanity in the future, but are their dabblings set to create something great or truly monstrous? Directed by Max Landis, son of legendary horror director, John Landis.

The Night Before

Ethan (Joseph Gordon-Levitt), Chris (Anthony Mackie) and Isaac (Seth Rogen) have been best buds since childhood, and following the death of Ethan’s parents 14 years ago, the trio made a pact to spend every Christmas Eve together. However, time has moved on and life has changed for the pals, so this year, they decide to call a halt to the festive tradition with one final Christmas Eve blow-out in New York City (clad in Christmas jumpers, of course!) in search of The Holy Grail of Yuletide parties; The ‘Nutcracka’ Ball! Watch out for a cameo by pop wild child, Miley Cyrus!

Krampus

It look like it’s going to be a blood-red Christmas this year with this festive horror-comedy from writer/director, Michael Dougherty. When Max is forced to spend the holidays with his warring family, his antipathy towards the festive season unintentionally¬†unleashes a monster named, Krampus; a demonic force intent on punishing non-believers! Adam Scott and Toni Collette star.

Sunset Song

Supermodel Agyness Deyn stars in this powerful period drama set at the turn of¬†20th Century Scotland. Life is tough for farm girl, Chris Guthrie (Deyn) in the poverty-stricken rural community of Kinraddie. Her farmer father (Peter Mullan) is a tyrannical, religious maniac who violently beats her brother (Jack Greenlees) and forces himself on her mother. When the family is shook by tragedy, Chris finds herself drawn to handsome neighbour, Ewan (Kevin Guthrie), but the outbreak of The Great War changes their lives forever . . . Based on Lewis Grassic Gibbon’s great Scottish novel.

 

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