As it coming up to September I thought that a new monthly feature on my blog is going to contain the up and coming releases for the UK in that month. This would therefore be the films that I would also hope to have the chance of seeing at my local Cineworld cinema . . . obviously if a limited release happens, then I struggle to see the smaller films. I think we should now start to see some better films coming out after the so called summer blockbuster season is now over as we enter September.
We see a wide range of genre’s opening in the month of September, so you really do have quite a broad choice of films to choose every week. This is something that has to be better than the summer which seemed to be just comic book film after comic book film . . . which I do love but it’s nice to have some different types of films out for a bit more variety!
Vampire films are still classed as being very in at the moment, although I wouldn’t complain with Colin Farrell being a vampire! But this one is going for the mix between comedy and horror, which we don’t really see very often. But not long to wait to find out how this film is!
Ten years have passed, and Sidney Prescott, who has put herself back together thanks in part to her writing, returns to Woodsboro as the last stop on her book tour which is parallel to the Ghostface Killer returning!
Scream is back with new rules apparently, not really sure what to make of it all. But I am sure i’ll give it a watch at the cinema.
22.214.171.124 . . . set mainly in London (with a trip to New York included) is based on four friends who all have a very strange and action packed weekend. Which all begins from when they leave each other on a Friday afternoon. But this film wasn’t like any other film which kept jumping backwards and forwards to see what each friend was doing, know we had each girl’s full weekend then went back to when they left each other.
Intertwining couples and singles in Los Angeles break-up and make-up based on the pressures and expectations of Valentine’s Day. Kinda like Love Actually but instead of Christmas and London . . . Valentine’s Day and LA.
Two posters have been released for next years release of Valentine’s Day, I have to admit that I am very much looking forward to this movie because some of my favorite actors/actresses are in this, mainly Julia Roberts . But I am also happy to see Taylor Swift in this too, as I am such a big fan of her music.
The main reason for wanting to watch this was to see how talented Emma Roberts is. I have heard a lot about her for a few years now, being a big Julia Roberts fan and yes you can see they are related when you look at Emma. So that was why I actually watched this film to start off with, as it was not really on my want to see list.