An evening out at the movies
A snowman at the scene of each crime is a serial killer’s spooky signature in this tense thriller adapted from the novel by Scandi-noir author Jo Nesbo. Michael Fassbender is the lead investigator on the killer’s trail and Rebecca Ferguson is the squad’s brilliant young recruit. Together they must connect all the clues before the next snowfall or yet another girl will wind up dead. Filmed against the frozen backdrop of Norway, this is a chiller, in more ways than one. Out 13 October BREATHE
For his directorial debut, Andy Serkis (Gollum in The Lord Of The Rings) chose the real-life tale of Robin and Diana Cavendish, who refused to give up when Robin, then just
28, was struck down with polio and given three months to live. With the help of his wife, he not only survived but became an advocate for the disabled and a pioneering inventor of aids to make their lives better. A moving tribute to the power of love.
Out 27 October
We all loved the first Paddington – funny, poignant and fun for kids and adults alike. Now the lovable Peruvian bear is back for more adventures with his adopted London family, the Browns (Sally Hawkins and Hugh Bonneville). Eccentric housekeeper Mrs Bird (Julie Walters) is back, and there are some suitably stupid villains (Brendan Gleeson is a delight as ‘Knuckles’ Mcginty). It’s a treat.
Out 10 November
Michelle Pfeiffer stars in this remake of the classic Agatha Christie thriller