Cinema Releases 19 October 2018: Are You Ready For Michael Myers

One film stands out from the rest this week and is of course the horror sequel Halloween (2018) from director David Gordon Green. It stars Jamie Lee Curtis whilst the music is composed by master of horror John Carpenter.

This one releases in both the United Kingdom and USA. So that’s one of the movies you may be watching at your local cinema over the coming days.

Now for the complete rundown of all the latest releases along with their film trailers; these are the cinema releases for the 19 October 2018 in the UK & America.

Cinema Releases 19 October 2018

Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween (Adventure, Comedy)

Released 19th October 2018 UK (PG) 90 Mins

  • Distributor: Sony Pictures
  • Starring Ben O’Brien; Caleel Harris; Chris Parnell; Jack Black; Jeremy Ray Taylor;
  • Ken Jeong; Madison Iseman; Wendi McLendon-Covey

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Halloween (Horror)

Released 19th October 2018 UK/US (18/R) 106 Mins

  • Distributor: Universal Pictures
  • Starring Jamie Lee Curtis; Judy Greer; Virginia Gardner;
  • Nick Castle; Will Patton; Toby Huss

Hunter Killer (Drama, Thriller)

Released 19th October 2018 UK (15) 122 Mins

  • Distributor: Lionsgate UK
  • Starring Gerard Butler; Gary Oldman; Common; Toby Stephens; Zane Holtz

The Hate U Give (Drama, Thriller)

Released 19th October 2018 US (PG-13) TBC Mins

So what film will you be watching at the cinema this week?

Top 10 Box Office Films

What movies/films have we all been watching over the last week, time to find out as we take a look at the Top 10 Box Office Films in both the US and UK.


1(1)VenomSony Pictures$35,006,107
2(2)A Star is BornWarner Bros$28,445,205
3NewFirst ManUniversal$16,006,065
4NewGoosebumps 2: Haunted HalloweenSony Pictures$15,802,225
5(3)SmallfootWarner Bros$9,066,837
6(4)Night SchoolUniversal$7,751,255
7NewBad Times at the El Royale20th Century Fox$7,132,647
8(5)The House with a Clock in its WallsUniversal$3,844,240
9(14)The Hate U Give20th Century Fox$1,736,842
10(7)The NunWarner Bros$1,345,355


1(3)A Star is BornWarner Bros£3,083,089
2(1)VenomSony Pictures£3,002,032
3(2)Johnny English Strikes AgainUniversal£2,900,426
4NewFirst ManUniversal£2,415,330
5NewSmallfootWarner Bros£2,324,189
6NewCliff Richard Live: 60th Ann Tour (Concert)CinemaLive£1,123,885
8NewBad Times at the El Royale20th Century Fox£491,878
9(4)The House with a Clock in its WallseOne Films£399,028
10(5)Night SchoolUniversal£357,617

Final Thought – Cinema Releases 19 October 2018

We finally get to see whether or not the latest Halloween film is really worth all the hype that has so far surrounded it, fingers crossed it’s a worthy sequel to the 1978 original.

That’s my pick of the week in any case, roll on Friday!