This month brings about an amazing set of film releases (and now showing) that you should definitely catch in cinemas near you! We bring you fresh finds and notable films from various genres, so there’s always something for everyone.
- Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves
Fans of D&D and fantasy buffs will love this quirky adventure film. It follows a witty and charming thief as he traverses with his hodge podge of a gang to retrieve a lost relic and prevent a great evil from spreading. However, their adventures hit a snag when they find themselves crossing the wrong crowd.
- John Wick: Chapter 4
The 4th instalment of the critically-acclaimed action film: John Wick 4 reunites us with hitman assassin John Wick as he uncovers a path to defeat the High Table. However, before he can carve his way to freedom, he must battle a plethora of barriers in the form of a new, powerful enemy, and forces that turn friends to foes.
- Metallica: 72 Seasons
Metal behemoths Metallica have recently launched their latest album: 72 seasons. Following their release, a listening party is set to be released worldwide on the 13th of April to celebrate their newest work. Catch it in cinemas for high-quality audio experience, and a sense of camaraderie as you rock out with a bunch of other metalheads.
- Evil Dead Rise
The fifth instalment of the Evil Dead franchise tells the story of single mother Ellie as she tries to navigate motherhood with her two small children. She visits her sister Beth but their reunion was interrupted when they find a strange book of evil origins. Upon opening it, they inadvertently release soul-possessing demons that aim to wreak havoc and will stop at nothing to satiate their perverse pleasures.
- Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway
Set in the hustling city of Stavanger, Norway, an Indian mother Debika (Rani Mukherjee) must fight against the Norwegian authorities over the custody of her own children. Unprompted and wrongfully misconstrued, child welfare services had snatched her children away and she must fight a legal battle. However, as she journeys across this tragedy, she slowly unravels many shady secrecies behind the child welfare conditions in Norway.