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

Rumour has it that the weather is going to be getting progressively worse this week, but don’t worry! You can always go to the cinema and fill the summer shaped hole in your heart with popcorn and fizzy drinks. Here’s what’s being released this week:

Wednesday August 20th

What If

This is Daniel Radcliffe’s new film. He plays a medical school dropout called Wallace, who hasn’t been very lucky in love. When he decides to put his love life on hold, he meets Chantry, an animator who lives with her long-term boyfriend. Wallace is in love, but gets well and truly friend-zoned by Chantry – or so it seems. Is she secretly harbouring a little crush on her BFF? Well, you’ll have to watch it to find out!


Friday August 20th

Into the Storm

When a town called Silverton is struck by a ridiculous amount of tornadoes in one day, most people run for cover. However, a group of idiot adventurous storm chasers run towards the vortex trying to get that once-in-a-lifetime shot, making a very exciting film.


Friday August 22nd

Deliver Us From Evil

If you feel like you’ve had enough sleep for the week and want something to keep you up for the next 72 hours, then this is the film for you. New York police officer Ralph Sarchie is investigating a series of crimes and teams up with an unconventional priest who is well versed in the rites of exorcism. The unlikely duo get to work combating the possessions that have been terrorising the city. Word to the wise: make sure to visit the ladies’ before you head in for this one.


Friday August 22nd

The Rover

If you want to see Robert Pattinson in a more gritty drama, then here you have it. This is a film about a man called Eric in pursuit of his stolen car in a time where the rule of law means nothing to no one. He captures Rey, the brother of one of the thieves (R-Pattz), and forces him to help track the gang. Could be worth the watch!


Friday August 22nd


Ever fancied seeing Scarlett Johansson get caught up in a dark deal, turn the tables on her captors and transform “into a merciless warrior evolved beyond human logic”? If so, Lucy is the film you’ve been looking for.