Check out what’s on in the cinema this week!

With the weather getting more miserable by the day, a trip to the cinema could be just what you need. The lead-up to Halloween always packs some corkers and this year is no different. Whether it's an action, comedy or horror fix you're after, this could be the week for you!

Take a look at these top picks.


October 22nd

It's April 1945 and the Allies are making their final push into Nazi Germany. Led by a battle-hardened US Army sergeant named Wardaddy, played by Brad Pitt, a five-man crew find themselves on a deadly mission behind enemy lines. Outnumbered and outgunned, this action-packed flick follows the story of the crew's heroic attempt to pierce the heart of Nazi Germany.


This is where I leave you.

October 24th 

This comedy drama follows the story of four grown-up siblings who are forced to return to their family home and live under the same roof in the wake of their father's death. They won't be alone though. Throw an overly-candid mother, assorted spouses and various ex'es into the mix and chaos ensues. With a star-studded comedy cast including Jason Bateman, Tina Fey and Jane Fonda, this movie guarantees giggles and guffaws.


The Book of Life 3D

October 24th

Manola, a young man who is torn between following his heart and living up to his family's expectations embarks on a journey that spans three incredible worlds. To ensure he chooses the right path in life, Manola must face his greatest fears on an adventure might dictate the rest of his life. This adventure comedy starring Zoe Saldana and Channing Tatum offers an animated interpretation of our perspective on both the past and future.


The Babadook

October 24th

The Babadook is an Australian horror film directed by Jennifer Kent. Struggling to deal with the violent death of her husband, single mum, Amelia, attempts to battle her son's fear that a monster lurks in the house they share together. When a sinister storybook called The Babbadook makes an appearance in their house, Amelia's son is convinced that this is the monster that he has been fearing and Amelia soon realises that her son's fear may be more than the over-active imagination of a temperamental child.