Winchester: The House that Ghosts Built

Who doesn’t love a good scare? Inspired by actual events, this supernatural thriller explores the events surrounding what’s considered one of the world’s most haunted houses – the infamous California Winchester House.

Starring Helen Mirren, Jason Clarke.

In theatres February 2.


Fifty Shades Freed

In the third trilogy finale, Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele return for the chapter climax in this steamy thriller, based on the best-selling Fifty Shades novel series.

Starring Jamie Dornan, Dakota Johnson, Rita Ora.

In theatres February 9.


The 15:17 To Paris

When a terrorist boards a train from Brussels to Paris, armed with an AK-47, three American military friends refuse to stand down to fear. Together, they avert a mass tragedy. The real-life heros play themselves in this film, based on their live-changing experience.

Starring Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlatos, Spencer Stone.

In theatres February 9.


Peter Rabbit

Based on the classic Beatrix Potter children’s book character, this contemporary comedy comes with attitude. Peter Rabbit’s feud with Mr.McGregor reaches new heights as the two rival for the affections of animal-loving next door neighbour (Rose Byrne).  Mischief, adventure and hilarity ensue in this live action/animation hybrid.

Starring James Corden, Rose Byrne, Daisy Ridley.

In theatres February 9.


Black Panther

After the King of Wakanda’s murder, his son T’Challa, must return to his isolated, technology advanced African nation to succeed the throne.  But when an old enemy resurfaces, his rightful place as king – and Black Panther – is put to the test.  T’Challa faces a powerful battle that puts the fate of Wakanda and the entire world at risk.

Starring Chadwick Boseman, Lupita Nyong’o, Michael B. Jordan.

In theatres February 16.