THIS WEEK’S FILM RELEASES (11TH – 17TH SEPTEMBER 2023)

There’s a spookily strong new crop of film releases out this week, including a terrifying new mystery with a world-famous detective, a fast-paced animated adventure, and the return of a 90s slacker classic…

Movie of the Week

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MOVIE OF THE WEEK

A Haunting in Venice (2023, dir. Kenneth Branagh)

CAST: Kenneth Branagh, Kyle Allen, Camille Cottin, Jamie Dornan, Tina Fey, Jude Hill, Ali Khan, Emma Laird, Kelly Reilly, Riccardo Scamarcio, Michelle Yeoh

CREW: Kenneth Branagh (director, producer), Michael Green (writer), Mark Gordon and Judy Hofflund (producers), Hildur Guðnadóttir (composer), Haris Zambarloukos (cinematographer), Lucy Donaldson (editor)

PLOT: In post-war Venice, retired detective Hercule Poirot (Branagh) is reluctantly invited along by his friendAriadne Oliver (Fey) to a séance hosted by psychic Joyce Reynolds (Yeoh). However, when one of the guests is brutally murdered, it is up to Poirot to figure out who is responsible…

FIVE REASONS TO BE EXCITED:

  1. Kenneth Branagh slips the moustache back on to reprise his rendition of Hercule Poirot for another rousing murder-mystery
  2. The plot is loosely based on one of Agatha Christie’s lesser-known stories, Hallowe’en Party, with a major relocation to the Italian city of Venice
  3. As the title suggests, expect plenty of spooky occurrences to chill you as the mystery unfolds, in a radical tonal shift from Branagh’s previous Poirot mysteries
  4. The ensemble cast is stacked with major players such as recent Oscar-winner Michelle Yeoh, SNL veteran Tina Fey, and Branagh’s Belfast stars Jamie Dornan and Jude Hill
  5. Who – or maybe even what – may have committed the crime is just one of many unpredictable mysteries to keep you fully engaged from start to finish

A Haunting in Venice is showing in cinemas from Friday 15th September 2023


WHAT’S SHOWING IN

CINEMAS THIS WEEK?

Rally Road Racers (2023, dir. Ross Venokur)

CAST: Jimmy O. Yang, J.K. Simmons, Chloe Bennett, Lisa Lu, Sharon Horgan, Catherine Tate, John Cleese, Naomi McDonald, Rebecca Yeo

CREW: Ross Venokur (director, writer), Jackky Bhagnani, Vashu Bhagnani, Nik Bower, Deepshika Deshmukh, Deepak Nayar, Peter S. Seaman and John H. Williams (producers), Tom Howe (composer), Alexei Nechytaylo (cinematographer), Adam Garner (editor)

PLOT: Zhi (Yang) is a young slow loris who dreams of becoming a race car driver. When the home of his grandmother (Lu) faces demolition, he makes a bet with rally car circuit champion Archie Vainglorious (Cleese) that he can beat Vainglorious in an upcoming championship. With the help of former champion Gnash (Simmons), Zhi overcomes his lack of experience to become a true winner…

FIVE REASONS TO BE EXCITED:

  1. This high-octane animated adventure brings the world of rally car racing to the attention of young audiences
  2. Cute animals are behind the wheel, with starry voices like Oscar-winner J.K. Simmons, Sharon Horgan, and Monty Python legend John Cleese
  3. The animation was produced in India, with China being the overall setting, making it a truly international feature
  4. It delivers some strong morals about what it is to win and how to treat others when you do or don’t succeed
  5. Young children will no doubt be dazzled by the animation, as well as tickled silly by its wide-appealing humour

Rally Road Racers is showing in cinemas from Friday 15th September 2023

Bolan’s Shoes (2023, dir. Ian Puleston-Davies)

CAST: Leanne Best, Timothy Spall, Mark Lewis Jones, Matthew Horne, Holli Dempsey, Louis Emerick, Ruby Snape, Andrew Lancel, Terri Dwyer, Dyfan Dwyfor, Sion Tudor Owen, Sarah John, Peter Parker Mensah, Saffron Rose, India Sienna Rose Williams, Isaac Lancel-Watkinson, Amelia Rose Smith, Eden Beach

CREW: Ian Puleston-Davies (director, writer), Greg Barrow, Terri Dwyer and Dean Fisher (producers), Ian Arber (composer), Richard Swingle (cinematographer), Abi Wright (editor)

PLOT: Penny (Best), a lifelong Marc Bolan fan, is still traumatised by a devastating road accident from her childhood. When she travels from Liverpool to visit Bolan’s shrine in London, a chance encounter brings back a flood of unwanted memories that she must now confront…

FIVE REASONS TO BE EXCITED:

  1. Tragedy is mixed with 70s glam rock in this emotional and uplifting new British drama
  2. The music of T. Rex and its founder Marc Bolan provide a pleasant backdrop for the raw display of human emotions
  3. Leanne Best delivers a heart-wrenching portrayal of repressed trauma and mental illness, alongside a long-bearded Timothy Spall as a figure from her past
  4. It has already won a bucketload of awards at various film festivals, including the Audience Award for Best Feature at the Manchester Film Festival
  5. You’ll laugh and cry in equal measures, as well as want to get up and boogie to some of Bolan’s most memorable hits

Bolan’s Shoes is showing in cinemas from Friday 15th September 2023

Love Life (2022, dir. Kôji Fukada)

CAST: Fumino Kimura, Kento Nagayama, Atom Sunada, Tetta Shimada, Hirona Yamazaki, Misuzu Kanno, Tomorowo Taguchi, Tetsuta Shimada, Mito Natsume

CREW: Kôji Fukada (director, writer, editor), Yasuhiko Hattori and Masa Sawada (producers), Olivier Goinard (composer), Hideo Yamamoto (cinematographer), Sylvie Lager (editor)

PLOT: Taeko (Kimura) lives a happy life with her husband Jiro (Nagayama) and her young son Keita (Shimada), but a tragic accident suddenly brings Keita’s long-lost biological father Park (Sunada) back into Taeko’s life…

FIVE REASONS TO BE EXCITED:

  1. Japanese auteur Kôji Fukada presents a haunting and devastating look at family life in the wake of an unspeakable tragedy
  2. Led by a powerful turn from Fumino Kimura, the cast deliver exceptional performances that are both raw and deeply human
  3. Fukada uses sign language (to accommodate one of the main characters, who is deaf) as a complex barrier between the central protagonist and their uncertainty with what they truly want
  4. It has played, and been well-received, at film festivals around the world, from Venice to Toronto to London
  5. There’s enough poetry in the visuals and in the writing to put this forward as an argument for Fukada being one of Japan’s brightest modern filmmakers

Love Life is showing in cinemas from Friday 15th September 2023

The Nettle Dress (2023, dir. Dylan Howitt)

CAST: Allan Brown

CREW: Dylan Howitt (director, producer, cinematographer, editor)

PLOT: After the death of his beloved wife, textile artist Allan Brown embarks on a seven-year endeavour to weave a hand-spun dress from the many stinging nettles he has foraged from the woods surrounding his home…

FIVE REASONS TO BE EXCITED:

  1. This emotional new documentary explores the grieving process from a very unique perspective
  2. We follow the multi-year journey of textile artist Allan Brown as he creates a dress unlike any other
  3. It is a testament to the power of art that Brown’s long and laborious process always stays captivating
  4. There is a subtle nod to the beauty of nature, and how it can be used to create new and exciting things
  5. For anyone who’s ever needed a creative outlet to express their loss, this is a special film worth checking out

The Nettle Dress is showing in cinemas from Friday 15th September 2023

Brother (2023, dir. Clement Virgo)

CAST: Aaron Pierre, Lamar Johnson, Marsha Stephanie Blake, Kiana Madeira, Lovell Adams-Gray, Maurice Dean Wint, Dwain Murphy

CREW: Clement Virgo (director, writer, producer), Damon D’Oliveira, Sonya Di Rienzo and Aeschylus Poulos (producers), Todor Kobakov (composer), Guy Godfree (cinematographer), Kye Meechan (editor)

PLOT: Francis (Pierre) and Michael (Johnson) are two Jamaican-Canadian brothers who struggle with various feelings of masculinity and identity as one of them pursues a career in music, but tragic circumstances soon force them to contend their ultimate feelings about each other…

FIVE REASONS TO BE EXCITED:

  1. The unconditional love between siblings is tested in this moving and impactful Canadian drama
  2. Filmmaker Clement Virgo adapts David Chariandy’s award-winning novel of the same name
  3. Virgo’s filmmaking and storytelling style calls back to Barry Jenkins’ Oscar-winning masterpiece Moonlight
  4. This film is also an award-winner, having picked up a whopping 12 gongs at the Canadian Screen Awards (basically the Canadian Oscars), the most wins for any film in the award body’s history
  5. It is a stirring testament to the power of family, generational culture, and being comfortable with one’s own identity

Brother is showing in cinemas from Friday 15th September 2023 (and will be available to rent exclusively on Curzon Home Cinema)

Fremont (2023, dir. Babak Jalali)

CAST: Anaita Wali Zada, Gregg Turkington, Jeremy Allen White, Hilda Schmelling, Avis See-tho, Siddique Ahmed, Taban Ibraz, Timur Nusratty, Eddie Tang, Jennifer McKay, Divya Jakatdar, Fazil Seddiqui, Molly Noble, Enoch Ku

CREW: Babak Jalali (director, writer, editor), Carolina Cavalli (writer), Rachael Fung, Chris Martin, Marjaneh Moghimi, George Rush, Sudnya Shroff and Laura Wagner (producers), Mahmood Schricker (composer), Laura Valladao (cinematographer)

PLOT: Donya (Zada), an Afghan woman who used to work as a translator for the US government, lives alone in an immigrant community in Fremont, California, and works at a small fortune-cookie factory. After being unexpectedly promoted to writing the fortunes themselves, Donya starts pouring her thoughts and feelings into the fortunes, which leads to her expanding her world view, including an encounter with quiet auto mechanic Daniel (White)…

FIVE REASONS TO BE EXCITED:

  1. This deadpan comedic delight comes from the mind of award-winning British/Iranian filmmaker Babak Jalali
  2. Shot in crisp black-and-white, the film explores immigrant life from a unique lens
  3. Anaita Wali Zada delivers a pitch-perfect lead performance, and there’s also room for a meaty supporting role for The Bear star Jeremy Allen White
  4. Its quiet but powerful messages about loneliness and seeking connections are profound in their simplicity
  5. Like the fortunes being written here, there’s plenty of wisdom and optimism to go around

Fremont is showing in cinemas from Friday 15th September 2023

Rise of the Footsoldier: Vengeance (2023, dir. Nick Nevern)

CAST: Craig Fairbrass, Phil Davis, Geoff Bell, Jamie Foreman, Emily Wyatt, Stephen McCole, Anthony Skordi, George Russo, Christopher Sciueref, Kirsty J. Curtis, Zoë Scott, Tomi May, Josh Myers, Melly Myers, Rob Knighton, Emelle Smith, Tom Padley, Edward Linard, Adele Marie, Ben Wilson

CREW: Nick Nevern (director), Andrew Loveday (writer, producer), Jason Maza (writer), Andrew George Southern, Terry Stone and Richard Turner (producers), Ross Power (composer), James Butler (cinematographer), David Cohen (editor)

PLOT: In 90s Essex, Pat Tate (Fairbrass) embarks on a violent rampage which takes him to the streets of Soho as he seeks retribution for the murder of his loyal footsoldier…

FIVE REASONS TO BE EXCITED:

  1. The sixth and supposedly final film in the British gangster franchise delivers some of the series’ most shocking violence yet
  2. Craig Fairbrass reprises his role as drug dealer Pat Tate, who was gunned down in the infamous Rettendon murders of 1995
  3. In a slight blow to fans of the series, it is the first film not to feature Terry Stone as fellow criminal Tony Tucker (though Stone is still on board as a producer)
  4. The action moves out of Essex and onto the seedy streets of Soho, where even more gangster activity is set to rear its head
  5. Fans can expect plenty of hard-man criminal violence that seeks to (possibly) end the franchise on a high note

Rise of the Footsoldier: Vengeance is showing in cinemas from Friday 15th September 2023


WHAT’S SHOWING AT

HOME THIS WEEK?

Love at First Sight (2023, dir. Vanessa Caswill)

CAST: Haley Lu Richardson, Ben Hardy, Dexter Fletcher, Sally Phillips, Rob Delaney, Jameela Jamil, David Rubin, Tom Taylor

CREW: Vanessa Caswill (director), Katie Lovejoy (writer), Matthew Kaplan (producer), Paul Saunderson (composer), Luke Bryant (cinematographer), Michelle Harrison and Joe Klotz (editors)

PLOT: After missing her flight from New York to London, Hadley (Richardson) has a chance encounter at the airport with fellow passenger Oliver (Hardy), and the two spark an instant connection during their flight. However, the two of them are separated when they arrive in London, with a reunion seemingly impossible until fate intervenes…

FIVE REASONS TO BE EXCITED:

  1. Prepare to rediscover the power of instant love in this charming transatlantic rom-com
  2. It is an adaptation of Jennifer E. Smith’s hugely popular novel The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight
  3. Haley Lu Richardson and Ben Hardy play the would-be lovers whose immediate connection is amplified by their easy chemistry
  4. Jameela Jamil serves as our narrator, who chimes in every now and then to remind us of the slim, but never impossible, odds of the couple finding each other once more
  5. You’ll have plenty of fun as well as feel your heart fill up as the story reaches its pleasing climax

Love at First Sight is streaming exclusively on Netflix from Friday 15th September 2023

El Conde (2023, dir. Pablo Larraín)

CAST: Jaime Vadell, Gloria Münchmeyer, Alfredo Castro, Paula Luchsinger, Catalina Guerra, Marcial Tagle, Amparo Noguera, Diego Muñoz, Antonia Zegers

CREW: Pablo Larraín (director, writer), Guillermo Calderón (writer), Rocío Jadue and Juan de Dios Larraín (producers), Edward Lachman (cinematographer), Sofía Subercaseaux (editor)

PLOT: Augusto Pinochet (Vadell), the Chilean dictator long thought to be dead, is secretly a 250-year-old vampire who, after growing dissatisfied with living and the legacy he has left behind, decides to die once and for all…

FIVE REASONS TO BE EXCITED:

  1. Pablo Larraín’s latest fantastical biopic is a wholly original and darkly funny interpretation of Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet
  2. The film imagines Pinochet as a centuries-old vampire who resolves to finally die, but not before sinking his teeth into some political adversaries along the way
  3. It is shot in stark black-and-white to resemble the likes of early cinema gothic horrors like Nosferatu
  4. There is some biting (ahem) satire that targets Pinochet’s murderous and corrupt legacy
  5. This is a striking blend of political commentary and supernatural horror that deserves to be seen by cinema lovers

El Conde is streaming exclusively on Netflix from Friday 15th September 2023

A Million Miles Away (2023, dir. Alejandra Márquez Abella)

CAST: Michael Peña, Rosa Salazar, Garret Dillahunt, Eric Johnson, Veronica Falcón, Michelle Krusiec, Sarayu Blue, Julio Cesar Cedillo, Bobby Soto, Ashley Ciarra, Carlos S. Sanchez, Blake Webb, Jordan Dean, Isaac Arellanes

CREW: Alejandra Márquez Abella (director, writer), Bettina Gilois and Hernán Jiménez (writers), Mark Ciardi and Campbell G. McInnes (producers), Camilo Lara (composer), Dariela Ludlow (cinematographer), Hervé Schneid (editor)

PLOT: José Hernández (Peña), a migrant farm worker, has a lifelong ambition to become an astronaut, and after years of studying and rejection he is finally given the opportunity to fulfil his dream…

FIVE REASONS TO BE EXCITED:

  1. The incredible true story of José Hernández, the first Hispanic-American astronaut, is retold in this uplifting biopic
  2. Michael Peña delivers a winning portrayal of Hernández as he never gives up his dream despite years of rejection and doubt
  3. There is strong Latinx representation in front of and behind the camera, from director Alejandra Márquez Abella to Peña’s co-stars Rosa Salazar and Veronica Falcón
  4. The space scenes are breath-taking, but are made even more meaningful by the emotional weight behind them
  5. It is an inspiring story that gives fuel to anyone who’s ever wanted to follow their dreams

A Million Miles Away is streaming exclusively on Prime Video from Friday 15th September 2023

Rotting in the Sun (2023, dir. Sebastián Silva)

CAST: Jordan Firstman, Sebastián Silva, Catalina Saavedra, Robert Keller, Vitter Leija, Gerardo Sierra, Juan Andrés Silva

CREW: Sebastián Silva (director, writer), Pedro Peirano (writer), Jacob Wasserman (producer), Nascuy Linares (composer), Gabriel Díaz Alliende (cinematographer, editor), Santiago Cendejas and Sofía Subercaseaux (editors)

PLOT: After filmmaker Sebastián Silva (Silva) goes missing in Mexico City, social media celebrity Jordan Firstman (Firstman) sets out to discover what happened to him and who may have been involved, with suspicions soon landing on Vero (Saavedra), the cleaning lady in Silva’s building…

FIVE REASONS TO BE EXCITED:

  1. Provocative filmmaker Sebastián Silva turns the camera onto himself in this hilarious meta-comedy
  2. Silva plays a fictional version of himself in the movie, as does online personality Jordan Firstman who finds himself caught in Silva’s inescapable grasp
  3. In true Silva fashion, there is plenty of shocking and indescribable imagery galore, including graphic nudity and even instances of unsimulated sex
  4. The film blew the roof off at its world premiere in Sundance earlier this year, with strong critical reception that complimented the filmmaker’s daring attitude
  5. It is an unpredictable and scathing satire of the filmmaking industry and our self-obsessed culture

Rotting in the Sun is streaming exclusively on MUBI from Friday 15th September 2023

King of Killers (2023, dir. Kevin Grevioux)

CAST: Frank Grillo, Alain Moussi, Marie Avgeropoulos, Stephen Dorff, Kevin Grevioux, Georges St-Pierre, Amy Groening, Shannon Kook, Gianni Capaldi, Ryan Tarran, Zoe Worn

CREW: Kevin Grevioux (director, writer), Angel Gracia, Juliette Hagopian, Michael Hamilton-Wright, Christopher Rush Harrington, Alain Moussi, Todd Slater and Shane Walker (producers), Kevon Cronin (composer), Paul Suderman (cinematographer), John Gurdebeke (editor)

PLOT: A group of international assassins, including Marcus Garan (Moussi), is tasked with killing Jorg Drakos (Grillo), the most dangerous killer in the world, for millions in payout. However, Drakos soon turns the tables on his would-be killers, by forcing them to compete against one another for the chance to kill him and earn the rewards…

FIVE REASONS TO BE EXCITED:

  1. Frank Grillo is the mastermind behind the deadly game that serves as the focus of this high-octane action thriller
  2. Actor Kevin Grevioux, known for the Underworld series, makes his directorial debut from a script that he also wrote
  3. An international cast including Alain Moussi, Stephen Dorff, and even Grevioux himself step up to the plate in order to have a whack at killing Grillo
  4. The plot and tone seems to suggest that it may be a far more tolerable, and maybe even better made, version of the awful Assassin Club from earlier this year
  5. Whoever comes out on top, this is a balls-to-the-wall action extravaganza that you won’t want to miss!

King of Killers is available to rent/buy on digital platforms from Friday 15th September 2023


WHAT’S RETURNING TO

CINEMAS THIS WEEK?

Dazed and Confused (1993, dir. Richard Linklater)

CAST: Jason London, Joey Lauren Adams, Milla Jovovich, Shawn Andrews, Rory Cochrane, Adam Goldberg, Anthony Rapp, Sasha Jenson, Marissa Ribisi, Deena Martin, Michelle Burke, Cole Hauser, Christine Harnos, Wiley Wiggins, Mark Vandermeulen, Esteban Powell, Jeremy Fox, Ben Affleck, Jason O. Smith, Christin Hinojosa, Parker Posey, Matthew McConaughey, Catherine Avril Morris, Nicky Katt, Renée Zellweger

CREW: Richard Linklater (director, writer, producer), Sean Daniel and James Jacks (producers), Lee Daniel (cinematographer), Sandra Adair (editor)

PLOT: In 1976, a group of high school and junior high students celebrate the last day of school with drinks, drugs, sex, and hazing rituals…

FIVE REASONS TO BE EXCITED:

  1. Richard Linklater’s stoner teen classic returns to the big screen for its 30th anniversary
  2. While not a box office hit upon its release, the film earned cult movie status following a successful home video run
  3. It is filled with early performances from future A-listers, including Ben Affleck, Renée Zellweger, Milla Jovovich, and most famously Matthew McConaughey (whose catchphrase “Alright, alright, alright” can be traced back to this film!)
  4. The soundtrack contains plenty of rocking 70s hits by the likes of Alice Cooper, The Runaways and Lynyrd Skynyrd – which, according to legend, cost one-sixth of the movie’s overall budget to obtain
  5. To this day, it is fondly remembered as a time capsule of 70s youth culture that can never be replicated

Dazed and Confused is showing in cinemas from Friday 15th September 2023

The Jungle Book (1967, dir. Wolfgang Reitherman)

CAST: Phil Harris, Sebastian Cabot, Louis Prima, George Sanders, Sterling Holloway, J. Pat O’Malley, Bruce Reitherman, Verna Felton, Clint Howard, Chad Stuart, Lord Tim Hudson, Darleen Carr, John Abbott, Ben Wright

CREW: Wolfgang Reitherman (director), Ken Anderson, Larry Clemmons, Vance Gerry and Ralph Wright (writers), Walt Disney (producer), George Bruns (composer), Tom Acosta and Norman Carlisle (editors)

PLOT: Deep in the jungles of India, human infant Mowgli (Reitherman) is adopted and raised by a pack of wolves. However, when the feared tiger Shere Khan (Sanders) returns to hunt the “man-cub”, Mowgli is forced to head to the “man-village” where he’ll be safe among his own kind. Along the way, with the black panther Bagheera (Cabot) as his companion, he meets the carefree bear Baloo (Harris), the conniving python Kaa (Holloway), and the zany monkey King Louis (Prima)…

FIVE REASONS TO BE EXCITED:

  1. Disney’s celebration of its 100th anniversary continues with the re-release of its beloved animated adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s classic book
  2. The film introduced audiences to legendary Disney characters like Baloo the bear and the feared tiger Shere Khan, as well as timeless songs like “The Bare Necessities” as written by the Sherman Brothers
  3. Sadly, it was the final feature to be overseen by Walt Disney, who died during this film’s production
  4. It formed the basis for Jon Favreau’s Oscar-winning 2016 version, which is considered by many to be the very best of Disney’s trend of live-action remakes
  5. With colourful animation and thoughtful writing, this is a Disney classic that continues to enchant audiences more than fifty years later

The Jungle Book is showing in cinemas from Friday 15th September 2023

Dead Man’s Shoes (2004, dir. Shane Meadows)

CAST: Paddy Considine, Toby Kebbell, Gary Stretch, Stuart Wolfenden, Neil Bell, Paul Sadot, Seamus O’Neil, George Newton, Paul Hurstfield, Emily Aston, Jo Hartley, Craig Considine, Matt Considine, Andrew Shim, Kephas Leroc

CREW: Shane Meadows (director, writer), Paddy Considine (writer), Mark Herbert (producer), Aphex Twin (composer), Danny Cohen (cinematographer), Celia Haining, Lucas Roche and Chris Wyatt (editors)

PLOT: Seven years after leaving to join the Army, Richard (Considine) returns to his rural home village where he learns that his vulnerable younger brother Anthony (Kebbell) has been taken in and subsequently abused by a local gang of drug dealers. Richard then resolves to set out and hunt down the abusers one by one…

FIVE REASONS TO BE EXCITED:

  1. Shane Meadows’ dark and violent psychological thriller makes a glorious comeback on the big screen
  2. Star Paddy Considine is also credited as co-writer, with a vast majority of the dialogue improvised on-set
  3. It features the first screen appearance of actor Toby Kebbell, who was cast one day before shooting as Considine’s younger brother whose abuse sparks the brutal rampage
  4. Since its release, the film has been recognised as a dark modern classic of British cinema, as well as one of the best films of the 21st century so far
  5. While it might not be for the faint of heart, this is a noteworthy film that rightfully deserves to be revisited

Dead Man’s Shoes is showing in cinemas from Friday 15th September 2023


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