New films to watch in cinemas this week: April 15 to 21

These new movies are reeling us into the cinema…

Time for some action? These new films keep the pace up and the pulse-pounding, with suspense, crime stories, adventure and more.


A severely injured man and woman (Thomas Cocquerel, Camille Stopps) awake in an abandoned sanitarium only to discover that a sadistic caretaker (Angus Macfadyen) holds the keys to their freedom and the horrific answers as to their real identity.

Horror, 1h 35min, Rating 15. Book your tickets here.

For The Sake Of Vicious

Romina (Lora Burke), an overworked nurse and single mother, returns home to find a maniac hiding out with a bruised and beaten hostage. When unexpected violent intruders descend upon her home, it becomes a fight for survival.

Thriller/Action, 1h 20min, Rating 18. Book your tickets here.


Scott Adkins plays a former Special Forces agent whose son has been kidnapped by a drug syndicate leader. To rescue his son, he must go on three missions to take out the drug syndicate leader’s enemies.

Action, 1h 30min, Rating 15. Book your tickets here.


A young scientist (Hannah Quinlivan) invents a cutting-edge volcanic warning system and returns to the tropical island where her mother tragically died, hoping she can prevent future deaths. The island is now home to the world’s only volcano theme park and resort, the brainchild of its reckless owner (Jason Isaacs). Chaos soon erupts when the once-dormant volcano starts to rumble. It’s a battle with nature to get off the island while fiery death and destruction rains down from the mountain.

Action, 1h 40min, Rating 12. Book your tickets here.


Nizhal is an Indian Malayalam-language mystery thriller film. John Baby (Kunchacko Boban), a judicial magistrate who is recouping from a traumatic accident, meets Nitin (Izin Hash), an eight-year-old boy who interests him with murder stories. When Baby explores the possibility of Nitin’s stories by mapping the events, it matches with the real-time incidents.

Drama, 2h 15min, Rating 12. Book your tickets here.

Promising Young Woman

Cassie’s life is nothing what it appears to be. She’s intelligent, cunning, and she’s living a secret double life by night. Now, an unexpected encounter is about to give Cassie (​Carrie Mulligan)  a chance to right the wrongs from the past.

Crime, 1h 45min, Rating 18. Book your tickets here.

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