Best film releases – Oct 2017

Bladerunner 2049BLADE RUNNER 2049

Fri 6 Oct

Calling all fans of the 1982 original Blade Runner, there’s a new kid on the block and it could just be even better. Thirty years after the events in the first film, Blade Runner 2049 stars every girl’s favourite, Ryan Gosling as a new Blade Runner, LAPD Officer K. He discovers a hidden, catastrophic secret which ultimately threatens to end all of humanity. The discovery enables him to be directly lead to former blade runner, Rick Deckard who apparently disappeared thirty years ago… Blade Runner 2049 falls under the umbrella of many hybrid genres, appealing to lovers of Sci-Fi, fantasy, suspense and thriller, or for those just wanting to see Gosling for nearly three hours straight…


Fri 6th Oct

Idris Elba and Kate Winslet star in an American romance-disaster film directly Hany Abu-Assad. Based on the novel by Charles Martin, the film follows the disastrous survival journey of Dr. Ben Bass and photojournalist Alex Martin after the cancellation of their flight. The two strangers find a pilot willing to fly, with the plane ultimately crashes. The two wake up surrounded by snow covered mountains and must fight and embark on a journey across the wilderness in order of survival. The Mountain Between Us is an emotional devastating journey, so make sure you bring a packet of tissues with you when watching the film.


Fri 13 Oct

This snowman is far from your classic innocent little Raymond Biggs’ classic. Directed by Tomas Alfredson, The Snowman fulfills all the spooky desires of crime thriller horror film. Michael Fassbender stars as an elite crime lead detective, investigating the unknown disappearance of a victim on the first snowy night of Winter, fearing an evasive serial killer is up to know good once again. Connecting all the clues from the past decade will be hard enough, but so will refraining from hiding behind a pillow when watching this crime thriller horror film.


Fri 27 Oct

Based on the novel written by André Aciman, Call Me By Your Name is a beautifully curated coming-of-age film based on a young boy named Elio. Living in Italy during the 1980’s, Elio meets Oliver, an American professor comes to live at his parents for the summer. An emotional and intense relationship develops between the two, through their sexuality, their Jewish heritage, and the beautiful Italian landscape surrounding them. This unforgettable summer will change them forever. Directed by Luca Guadagnino, this heartfelt film will leave those lovers of romance and coming-of-age films placid by the beautiful storyline.

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