New Releases

Jack Reacher : Never Go Back

Formidable ex-military badass Jack Reacher (Tom Cruise) returns to Virginia to meet up with Major Susan Turner (Cobie Smulders), the head of his former unit. There’s considerable mutual admiration between these two uncompromising individuals, and perhaps a little more. But when Reacher arrives, he finds that Major Turner has been arrested on an espionage charge. He quickly realises that she’s been set-up as part of a dark, far-reaching conspiracy that also results in him being charged with a crime that was committed nearly two decades ago. However, the resourceful, unstoppable Reacher refuses to play by the rules and sets off on a high-octane cross-country chase to uncover the truth.

Trolls

Meet the lovable, wild-haired Trolls. They’re a happy, optimistic bunch, who live in a fantastic, colourful fantasy world. Led by the irrepressible Poppy (Anna Kendrick), the Trolls are always ready for a song and a hug, except for Branch (Justin Timberlake), a colourless grump who fears the return of the dastardly Bergens. They’re big, ugly, pessimistic giants who are only happy when they’re gobbling up Trolls. When the Bergens kidnap all of Poppy’s friends, she must convince Branch to join her on a quest to rescue them.

Ouija : Origin Of Evil

In swinging mid-sixties Los Angeles, an enterprising widow (Elizabeth Reaser) is doing a roaring trade with her fake medium routine. Helping to fleece the gullible are her two daughters. One day she brings home a new prop to help boost earnings: a ouija board! Little does she suspect that she has now invited genuine evil into the home. Troubled youngest child Doris (Lulu Wilson) soon begins to behave oddly and uses the board in an attempt to contact her dead father. Before long, she is possessed by a malevolent spirit and chanelling sinister supernatural powers. Now the family must unite to overcome their fear and send the demonic entity back to the other side. 

I, Daniel Blake

Middle-aged Geordie widower, Daniel Blake (Dave Johns) is incapacitated after a heart attack and can no longer work as a carpenter. For the first time in his life, he needs assistance from the state, but he’s soon caught up in a bureaucratic benefits nightmare, hampered by his own naive honesty. Meanwhile, quick-tempered single mother, Katie (Hayley Squires) finds that her only escape from a hostel for the homeless in London is to accept accommodation in Newcastle; a city with which she has no ties. When their paths cross, Daniel and Katie form a bond born of their experiences with the Kafkaesque welfare system.

Keeping Up With The Joneses

Keeping up with the neighbours just got a whole lot more complicated for one particular unfulfilled suburban couple (Zach Galifianakis and Isla Fisher). When they discover that the seemingly perfect husband (Jon Hamm) and wife (Gal Gadot) next door are, in fact, undercover spies, the hapless duo find themselves swept into the world of international espionage, with hilarious consequences!

Special Screenings

The Beatles : Eight Days A Week @ Cineworld

Sunday 23rd October 2016 

February 9th 1964, 8:12pm; after a brief commercial break, four young men from Liverpool step onto the Ed Sullivan stage, changing culture forever. 73 million people watched The Beatles perform that night, the largest audience in television history. However, its what the band did next that would introduce them to the entire world, permanently transforming the music industry and forever engraining them into the fabric of popular culture. They went on tour and by the time the band quit touring in August 1966, they had performed 166 concerts in 15 countries and 90 cities around the world. The cultural phenomenon their touring helped create, known as “Beatlemania”, was something the world had never seen before and, arguably, hasn’t since.

Halloween @ The GFT

Friday 21st October 2016 @ 11pm

On a cold Halloween night, teen Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) finds herself stalked by a deranged lunatic named Michael Myers, who has just escaped from a nearby asylum and is hell-bent on terror. 

Let The Right One In @ The GFT

Friday 21st October [email protected] 10.45pm

Based on John Ajvide Lindqvist’s bestseller, this Swedish chiller finds lonesome twelve-year-old Oskar becoming smitten by a young, female vampire named Eli, in the snow-coated forecourt of their glum housing complex.

 

 

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