New films to watch in cinemas this week: October 7 to 13

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Whether you want a fun flick the whole family can watch, drama or thriller, we’ve rounded up a list of all the movies you can expect to see this week.

Aileen Wuornos: American Boogeywoman

Based on Aileen Wuornos’ early life, America’s most notorious female serial killer, who went on a killing spree in Florida in 1989 and 1990. But, what few people know, is that back in 1976, a young and beautiful Wuornos arrived in Florida searching for a new life that would help her escape her tragic past. She then married a wealthy Yacht Club President and had the chance to start again as part of Florida’s high society… or did she?

Thriller, Rating R18, 1h 40min. Book your tickets here.

Every Breath You Take

“Every Breath You Take” is a searing psychological thriller about a psychiatrist (Casey Affleck), whose career is thrown into jeopardy when his patient takes her own life. When he invites his patient’s surviving brother (Sam Claflin) into his home to meet his wife (Michelle Monaghan) and daughter, his family life is suddenly torn apart.

Mystery, Rating R18, 1h 46min. Book your tickets here.

The Addams Family 2

Everyone’s favourite spooky family is back in this animated comedy sequel. In this all-new movie, we find Morticia and Gomez distraught that their children are growing up, skipping family dinners, and totally consumed with “scream time”. To reclaim their bond, they decide to cram Wednesday, Pugsley, Uncle Fester, and the crew into their haunted camper and hit the road for one last miserable family vacation. Their adventure across America takes them out of their element and into hilarious run-ins with their iconic cousin, IT, and many new kooky characters. What could possibly go wrong?

Family, Rating PG, 1h 33min. Book your tickets here.

The Many Saints of Newark

Looking at the formative years of New Jersey gangster Tony Soprano, “The Many Saints of Newark” is the much-anticipated feature film prequel to the ground-breaking, award-winning HBO drama series “The Sopranos.” The film is set in the explosive era of the Newark riots, when rival gangsters began to rise, challenging the all-powerful DiMeo crime family’s hold over the city. Caught up in the changing times is the uncle he idolises, Dickie Moltisanti, whose influence over his nephew will help shape the impressionable teenager into the all-powerful mob boss. Check out our interview with Michael Gandolfini on playing a young Tony Soprano.

Drama, Rating R18, 1h 56min. Book your tickets here.

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