Silent Hill: Revelation 3D
The Silent Hill video games scare me too much for me to play for more than five minutes and as such I haven’t completed a single game or managed to watch the first Silent Hill film. All I know is that if you like writhing nurses with large breast and no faces then this is the film for you.
Rust and Bone
A tale of loss, love, killer whales, and horrific accidents. Fair warning this film can induce screaming orgasms/panic attacks (who can tell the difference?) so take a brown paper bag and a packet of cigarettes.
For a Good Time, Call…
Two friends set up a phone sex line to make ends meet. Not one for the prudish.
On Halloween Wren’s little brother goes missing and she has to abandon her plans and find him before her mum finds out. This film is much less likely to contain “verbal references to a variety of sexual practices, including urination and defecation during sex, anal sex and breath restriction”.
Tempest (limited release)
Documentary about a group of teenagers meeting over the course of nine months to rehearse and perform Shakespeare’s last play.
The Shining (limited release)
In UK cinemas for the first time in its extended directors cut one of film’s classic horrors get a Halloween re-release. I have no real idea what was going on in that film but certainly nothing the Room 237 loons were suggesting.
Call Me Kuchu (limited release)
Documentary following Uganda’s first openly gay man as he campaigns against new legislation that would make homosexuality punishable by death.
Keep the Lights On (limited release)
“In Manhattan, filmmaker Erik bonds with closeted lawyer Paul after a fling. As their relationship becomes one fueled by highs, lows, and dysfunctional patterns, Erik struggles to negotiate his own boundaries while being true to himself.”
Excision (limited release)
“A disturbed and delusional high school student with aspirations of a career in medicine goes to extremes to earn the approval of her controlling mother.” Expect sex, violence, and gore – sometimes all at once.
The Master (Odeon West End only, 16 Nov nationwide)
The man who brought us the fantastic and slightly baffling There Will Be Blood returns with the story of a cult leader that may or may not be referring to Scientology.