The global film industry took a huge hit during COVID-19. So, why not head to the movies to watch the best new cinema movies on earth? Here’s 10 of the best new flicks to catch at the cinema this month ahead and into October.
1. Bullet Train
With a stellar cast, from Brad Pitt, Joey King, Bad Bunny, Sandra Bullock and more…this blockbuster movie is not to be missed. The story depicts an unlucky assassin called Ladybug who is determined to complete a mission after one too many went wrong. However, he meets his matches on the world’s fastest train as he tries to complete his job.
2. Three Thousand Years Of Longing
This fantasy drama movie is being absorbed by cinema goers worldwide. It follows Dr. Alithea Binner (Tilda Swinton), who is a scholar of mythologies, attending an event in Istanbul. There, she meets a djinn (Idris Elba) who offers her three wishes in exchange for his freedom by retelling fantasy stories of his past.
3. Top Gun: Maverick
Tom Cruise returns as Maverick in his action-packed thriller. After 30 years of service in the Navy, Maverick is training a group of graduates for special assignments. However, the ghost of his past come back to haunt him, pushing him into the depths of yet another dangerous mission.
4. The Invitation
Inspired by Dracula, this flick follows Evie (Nathalie Emmanuel), who is determined to find relatives after the death of her mother. After finding a distant relative, she attends a wedding in the British countryside. However, she discovers unsettling secrets that turns her experience into a game of survival all while being seduced by a sexy host (Thomas Doherty).
5. Orphan: First Kill
This new release is a prequel to the 2009 hit movie Orphan. It tells the tale of Esther, after she escapes a psychiatric ward in Estonia. She makes her way to America by impersonating the missing daughter of a rich family. However, she comes up against a protective mother called Tricia in an eventful twist.
6. Don’t Worry Darling
Set your alarms for October 6 because this highly anticipated movie lands in cinemas. Starring everyone’s favourite 1D member, Harry Styles alongside the award-winning Florence Pugh. The movie depicts an unhappy housewife in the 1950s, living in an experimental community with her husband, who discovers disturbing secrets about their environment that threatens their lives and marriage.
7. Halloween Ends
Meanwhile, the last movie in this horror franchise hits cinemas on October 13. Jamie Lee Curtis stars as Laurie Strode, four years are surviving masked murder Micheal Myers killing spree. However, she is forced to come face-to-face with him in the final showdown which brings the franchise to an end after 45 years. Definitely, one of the most unmissable cinema movies to see.
8. THOR: Love & Thunder
This epic movie from Marvel Studios stars Chris Hemsworth and Natalie Portman. Watch as Thor embarks on a journey searching for inner peace which proves like no other he faced before. However, his retirement is interrupted by an evil enemy hoping to extinct the gods.
9. Minions: The Rise Of Gru
Those who love animation flicks will adore this sequel by the Despicable Me franchise. Follow young Gru in a 1970s world where he tries to join a group of supervillains called Vicious 6 who recently kicked out their leader Wild Knuckles. However, things take a turn for the worst, and he finds himself an enemy to Vicious 6.
10. Where The Crawdads Sing
A beautiful Sony Pictures movie brought to life from the 2018 globally famous novel under the same name. Watch Kya, an abandoned girl from the marsh in North Carolina as she raises herself to adulthood. The story spans from 1952 to 1969 when Kya is accused of murder of a local townsboy. Starring Daisy Edgar-Jones, produced by Reese Witherspoon and more big names. Certainly, one of the most breathtaking cinema movies to see.