The WitchesAvailable until 31 Dec 2016
Night At The Museum: Secret of the TombAvailable until 12 Oct 2016
PanAvailable until 28 Oct 2017
Ghost Hunters: On Icy TrailsAvailable until 28 Feb 2017
MatildaAvailable until 31 Oct 2016
- The Witches
Available until 31 Dec 2016
Roald Dahl's scarytale is told in deliciously diabolical style by director Nic Roeg and the effects masters at Jim Henson's Creature Workshop. Anjelica Huston relishes her role as the warty old sorceress who plans to turn every child in England into mice. Rowan Atkinson, Jane Horrocks and Brenda Blethyn all find themselves caught in the fiendish plot.
- Night At The Museum: Secret of the Tomb
Available until 12 Oct 2016
Night guard Larry (Ben Stiller) and his living exhibit friends return for a third and final educational adventure as the magic that brings the museum to life - via the Tablet of Ahkmenrah - starts to lose its power. Impressive special effects and lively characters old (Robin Williams' President Roosevelt; Owen Wilson's cowboy Jedediah) and new (Dan Stevens' loopy Sir Lancelot) make this sequel a fun, frivolous and surprisingly touching farewell to a loveable troupe.
Available until 28 Oct 2017
Whisked away to a magical land, a young boy can become a hero and defeat a pirate - if he believes in the power of destiny. Orphaned teen Peter (Levi Miller) is captured by pirates and spirited off to Neverland where Blackbeard (Hugh Jackman) has enslaved sores of children into mining fairy dust. With the help of James Hook (Garrett Hedlund), it's up to Peter to defeat the moustache-twirling villain. Stunning visuals and magical ideas are to the fore in Joe 'Atonement' Wright's origins take on The Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up.
- Ghost Hunters: On Icy Trails
Available until 28 Feb 2017
Central Ghostbusting Institute stalwarts Tom (Milo Parker), an easily-scared boy, bossy professional ghosthunter Hetty (Anke Engelke) and loveably friendly spectre Hugo find themselves up against an AIG (Ancient Ice Ghost)... and the threat of another ice age. Real humans mix it up with CGI ghouls for a fearsome bout of family fun.
Available until 31 Oct 2016
Danny DeVito directs this adaptation of Roald Dahl's darkly delicious children's fantasy about the daughter of selfish parents who discovers she has magical powers. Mrs Doubtfire's Mara Wilson is spellbinding as the gifted youngster while Pam 'Where The Heart Is' Ferris terrifies as her child-hating headmistress. DeVito also appears as one of the many monstrous grown-ups, along with his then-wife Rhea Perlman (Carla from Cheers). A delightfully twisted fairy-tale - and not just for kids.
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