Films to watch this Autumn

By Fleur Clarke

Posted on September 18, 2014 in Film with tags Film, Trailers

The other week we told you what TV shows to look out for this Autumn, and now we’re venturing off our sofas and into the cinema. So, without further ado, here’s what science fiction, fantasy and horror films to look out for in the next few months…

Dracula Untold

The origin story of Vlad Tepes, the man who became Dracula. Hopefully it’s better than last year’s ill-fated TV series.

UK Premiere: October 3rd

 

The Maze Runner

Stiles from Teen Wolf wakes up trapped in maze with lots of other boys, lots of running about ensues. An adaptation of the book by James Dashner.

UK Premiere: October 10th

 

A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night

The trailer doesn’t give much away,  but apparently it’s ‘the first Iranian vampire Western’. Where do we sign up?

UK Premiere: October 13th

 

The Babadook

A mysterious storybook called Mister Babadook arrives on the doorstop of a mother and her nightmare-plagued son. He becomes convinced that the Babadook is the monster from his nightmares. The trailer is pretty creepy.

UK Premiere: October 24th

 

Horns

An adaptation of Joe Hill’s book about a young man who, after being accused of murdering his girlfriend, develops supernatural powers (and horns!).

UK Premiere: October 29th

 

Interstellar

Christopher Nolan, Matthew McConaughey, Jessica Chastain, space and about a gazillion spectacular teaser photos and trailers – if this film isn’t completely incredible, the very fabric of existence will be called into question.

UK Premiere: November 7th

 

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1

The latest (and second to last) instalment of The Hunger Games franchise finds Katniss in District 13 at the helm of a rebellion she has a few doubts about. Catching Fire was incredible, so let’s hope the upward trend continues.

UK Premiere: November 21st

 

What We Do In The Shadows

A black comedy about vampire flatmates. Sounds (and looks) like a lot of fun!

UK Premiere: November 21st

 

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

The third and final instalment of The Hobbit. We have are doubts about it, but we’ll still watch the hell out of it anyway.

UK Premiere: December 12th

 

Birdman

Not strictly SFF, but it’s about a washed-out actor famous for playing titular superhero Birdman. We’ll take it.

UK Premiere: January 2nd

 

Into The Woods

Meryl Streep teaches some popular fairy tale characters a lesson while wearing a blue wig.

UK Premiere: January 9th

 

Tusk

This trailer is very disturbing. Proceed with caution.

UK Premiere: TBC

 

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