Cinema

This is your guide to the best new releases and forthcoming movies in London
The Drive In

The Drive In

Drive-in cinemas, as it turns out, are a bit like buses. You wait ages for one, and then several turn up all at once. Hence, hot on the heels of the news that a drive-in cinema would be touring the co...

Sunset Cinema

Sunset Cinema

It seems like not a day goes by without a new drive in cinema announcing plans to open in London. At this rate, by the end of the year, the capital will be one large outdoor cinema – forcing us locals...

@thedrivein

@TheDriveIn

If you thought that drive in cinemas were an exclusively American thing, then you’d better think again, as a glut of the venues prepare to open in the UK this summer. One of those newbies is @Th...

Secret Sofa

Secret Sofa

Immersive film company Secret Cinema have teamed up with Häagen-Dazs to launch an at home version of their legendary film events. The initiative, which is being dubbed “Secret Sofa”, will ...

Dirty Dancing by Secret Cinema

Dirty Dancing (Secret Cinema)

Get ready to have the time of your life at Secret Cinema’s new production of Dirty Dancing. Following hot on the heels of the company’s award winning version of TV hit Stranger Things, this latest off...

Cineworld and Picturehouse to reopen

Cineworld to Reopen

In news that will no doubt cheer and delight movie lovers up and down the land, cinema bosses have announced that Cineworld is to reopen on the 31st of July 2020. The chain had originally planned to o...

Tenet Movie's Christopher Nolan

Tenet

I was once told by a media teacher in school that there were very few directors whose name alone could send a movie to number one at the box office. Spielberg was one, Tarantino another, with Scorsese...

Mulan

Mulan

It had to happen one day, and soon it will be upon us: a Mulan remake from the Disney factory is coming. The original Mulan is not a movie I necessarily cherish. Though I still admire how the movie us...

Death On The Nile

Death On The Nile

Agatha Christie’s Hercule Poirot is gracing the screen once again in what now looks to be a new film series from Kenneth Branagh. He is following up his adaptation of Murder on the Orient Express with...

No Time to Die Bond 25

No Time to Die

After 24 outings, you’d think the formula would be getting pretty stale, but if anything, Bond 25 is the most eagerly awaited movie in the series. With the secrecy surrounding No Time to Die cur...

Pixar Soul Movie Preview

Disney Pixar’s Soul Preview

Pixar’s prosperous Golden Era ended with a dull thud in the one-two punch of Cars 2, a sequel nobody wanted to the one Pixar movie nobody loved, and Brave, an uninspired movie (the highest crime that ...

West Side Story

West Side Story

Here’s City Countdown’s guide to everything you will every need to know about Steven Spielberg’s remake of West Side Story   While most directors of his generation have by now g...

Disney's Cruella Preview

Disney’s Cruella Preview

Following on from 1996’s 101 & 2000’s 102 Dalmatians, Disney’s Cruella is set to explore the backstory of the tragically “misunderstood” socialite. The movie is still some way off, but...

The Incredibles 2

The Incredibles 2

It’s been a long wait but the Incredibles 2 is coming to a cinema near you soon. The first Incredibles movie, for those of you returning from Mars, told the story of a family of superheroes forc...

Secret Cinema presents Casino Royale

Secret Cinema presents Casino Royale

James Bond and Secret Cinema are a marriage made in heaven and the immersive cinema company’s version of Casino Royale is already shaping up to be one of the highlights of 2019. The production c...

The Drive In Club

The Drive In Club

London is currently awash with drive in cinemas. The venues are springing up all over the city, with five separate companies recently announcing plans to open in the capital. To that list we can now a...

It Chapter 2

It: Chapter Two

It’s difficult to overstate the enormity of 2017’s It, now perhaps best referred to as It: Chapter One. For financial reasons, it’s something of a milestone, having broken The Exorcist’s long-standing...

Brad Pitt and Leonard Diacprio in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Movie Preview

Quentin Tarantino isn’t exactly making it easy for anyone to defend him at the moment. That’s not particularly new, but back in his early heyday during the ‘90s, he was such a star filmmaker (arguably...

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