Events, offers and releases 14/4/14

The character Ivan Locke, played by Tom Hardy, driving his car.

Image via: http://oyster.ignimgs.com

This week brings some absolutely fantastic looking films to the table – why not treat yourselves and get to the cinema? First of all comes the sequel to the re-imagining of Spiderman. Of course, I’m talking about The Amazing Spider-Man 2, which swings into UK cinemas this Wednesday. ‘Nuff said.

Want something a little darker? Why not check out Locke? This moody thriller stars Tom Hardy, and looks like it could be good for something to do this Friday night. Want some more of the eerie stuff? Also this Friday comes Magic Magic, a psychological thriller that looks like it could give quite the fright.

And finally, an offer that really is too good to miss out on. Did you catch Andy telling you about the release of Noah in his Events, Offers and Releases post at the end of last month? Well, Showcase Cinemas are offering up the chance to win a trip to Iceland! Oh yes, lucky winners will be given a tour of the beautiful South Shore, and will take part in a whale watching experience!

All you have to do is answer the following – What does Noah build in the film? Choose from A – an Ark, B – a Jet Ski and C – a Bungalow. Send your answers to competitions@national-amusements.com by April 23rd to be in with a chance!

About Josh Russell

A snapshot of me. A complete and unashamed Tarantino fanboy, maybe except for From Dusk Till Dawn, with a fervour for the horrific and the scientific. I rely on a balanced diet of film and novel to keep me entertained and I can’t help giving myself nightmares. The most memorable of these books was probably IT by Stephen King, along with its movie counterpart. When I’m not terrifying myself, I’m mostly playing video games and spending way too much money on guitars. The last film I watched was The Matrix, again. Can’t help myself. When I have a spare 10 minutes I usually find myself wasting my life away on Buzzfeed. Seriously, I can’t stop, it’s a problem. I’m also worryingly obsessed with the lyrical and musical genius of Phil Collins. Complete guilty pleasure right there.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *