Cinema Releases: Blood Father
Feel like seeing a movie, heading to the cinema this weekend? Well let me take you through the weeks new releases. Theses are the cinema releases October 7 2016 for the UK, US, Australia and New Zealand.
This week sees the release of Blood Father starring Mel Gibson in the UK and The Girl On The Train starring Emily Blunt releases in the UK, US, AU & NZ.
Nothing of real interest this week, so we will just mention the box office.
Tim Burton’s new film enters the US box office in top spot taking $28,871,140
Blood Father (Action, Thriller)
Released 7th October 2016 UK (15) 88 Mins
Starring Mel Gibson ; William H. Macy ; Erin Moriarty ; Diego Luna ; Elisabeth Rohm ; Thomas Mann ; Dale Dickey
Mel Gibson plays a ex-con who has to protect his estranged daughter.
War On Everyone (Comedy, Crime Thriller)
Released 7th October 2016 UK (15) 98 Mins
Starring Alexander Skarsgård ; Theo James ; Tessa Thompson ; Michael Peña ; Caleb Landry Jones ; Stephanie Sigman ; Micheal Pena
When two corrupt cops in New Mexico decide to blackmail and frame all criminals they come accross, however are they about to cross the wrong guy?
The Girl On The Train (Thriller)
Released 7th October 2016 UK/US (15/R) 112 Mins
Starring Emily Blunt ; Rebecca Ferguson ; Justin Theroux ; Haley Bennett ; Luke Evans ; Edgar Ramirez ; Allison Janney
Rachel Watson (Emily Blunt) has been left devastated following her divorce. Now she has developed an a rather disturbing facination with a seemingly perfect couple she sees from her daily train journey.
The Birth of a Nation (Drama)
Released 7th October 2016 US (R) Mins
Starring Nate Parker ; Armie Hammer ; Aja Naomi King ; Jackie Earle Haley ; Penelope Ann Miller ; Gabrielle Union
Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life (Comedy)
Released 7th October 2016 US (PG) Mins
Starring Griffin Gluck ; Lauren Graham ; Rob Riggle ; Retta ; Thomas Barbusca ; Andy Daly ; Adam Pally
Rafe Khatchadorian is excited to on his first day at the glamorous Hills Village Middle School. The reality is somewhat different from what his expects.
Recommended UK Blu-rays / DVDs