Did you know you can enjoy a brand new movie premiere every day on Sky Cinema? See what’s in store…
Find them in Sky Cinema on demand. Also available in HD
Here’s the thing: you can always count on Sky Cinema to bring glamour right to your living room. This week, they’re rolling out the red carpet for another week of delicious daily premieres! Up first on Friday 18 May, Charlize Theron is kicking your weekend off with Atomic Blonde. Read more about it here.
Then, from a Daniel Radcliffe headliner on Sunday to the very creepiest of horror flicks later in the week, there’s even more where that came from! Check out your line-up below and see what every day has in store…
Available from Saturday 19 May in Sky Cinema on demand. Cert 15. Also available in HD
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Gods Of Egypt) stars in this prison drama that’s sure to leave you reeling… in the best possible way. He plays a family man who is imprisoned after being charged with vehicular manslaughter, only to discover that to survive in jail, he has to go bad. Way bad.
Available from Sunday 20 May in Sky Cinema on demand. Cert 15. Also available in HD
Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter) continues his run of unusual performances – have you seen him as a farting corpse in the weirdly brilliant Swiss Army Man? In this based-on-a-true-story adventure, he plays a tourist looking for adventure in the depths of the Amazon. Problem is, his guide leaves him stranded. Will he survive?
Available from Monday 21 May in Sky Cinema on demand. Cert 18. Also available in HD
The most innocuous things can become terrifying with just the right framing. In this horror flick, Christopher Denham (Argo) is a former war photographer who finds that a camera he’s been given is up to no good. The photos he develops all portray horrifying corpses where there was, of course, nothing. And things soon take a turn for the worse…
The Perfect Match
Available from Tuesday 22 May in Sky Cinema on demand. Cert 15. Also available in HD
Don’t we all love a cheeky serial dater who professes not to have found the right one yet? In this romcom produced by none other than Queen Latifah, Terrence J (Think Like a Man) is challenged to date the same girl for a month. But he realises the enterprise is more complicated than even he expected.
The Battleship Island
Available from Wednesday 23 May in Sky Cinema on demand. Cert 15. Also available in HD
In this Korean historical thriller, 400 prisoners attempt to escape from a Japanese prison camp during World War II. Hwang Jung-min (The Wailing) is desperate to get his daughter out, while Song Joong-ki (Descendants Of The Sun) is a resistance fighter who plans to infiltrate the camp. It’s full of awe-inspiring reconstructions and set pieces, which makes for an unforgettable watch.
Available from Thursday 24 May in Sky Cinema On Demand. Cert 18. Also available in HD
Dr Marcus (Michael Ironside, Starship Troopers) doesn’t know what he’s in for when he arrives at Spring Valley Mental Hospital, eager to interview patients for his book. Turns out that their stories are, ahem, rather hellish – and their misdeeds might not quite be over. This horror also stars Drew Fonteiro (Jane The Virgin) and Alfie Allen (John Wick).
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