Coming soon: Movies opening October 15

Coming soon: Movies opening October 15
Tom Hiddleston and Mia Wasikowska star in the gothic horror movie Crimson Peak, opening in cinemas Oct 15.
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Are you here? (Mandarin)

Classification: NC16
Run time: 85 min
Genre: Horror
Directed by: Jil Wong

Min, Lung, Keong, and Fen are penniless game designers on the verge of folding up their company due to lack of clients. However, a mysterious woman, Mrs Wong (Paw Hee Ching), commissions them to finish the final stages of Oujia Board, her deceased son's online game.

They readily accept the project, but soon, mysterious and terrifying things start happening...

Attack on Titan: Wings of Freedom (Japanese)

Classification: NC16
Run time: 120 min
Genre: Anime
Directed by: Tetsuro Araki

In the second compilation film of the successful anime series, Eren is interrogated over his transformation into a Titan, with the human population undecided if he is their doom or their saviour. To prove he can be controlled, Captain Levi inducts Eren into his Scout Regiment for a mission beyond the Wall.

Bridge of Spies

Classification: PG13
Run time: 142 min
Genre: Thriller
Directed by: Steven Spielberg

After the Soviet Union shoots down an American U2 spyplane and captures its pilot, lawyer James B. Donovan (Tom Hanks) is tasked with negotiating his release. This task is made even more difficult and nearly impossible when other Americans find out he has to swap a Soviet spy for the pilot, when they want the spy hanged for espionage.

» Read the review here.

Crimson Peak

Classification: NC16
Run time: 119 min
Genre: Horror
Directed by: Guillermo del Toro

Escaping a family tragedy, young Edith (Mia Wasikowska) falls in love and marries Sir Thomas Sharpe (Tom Hiddleston). However, she soon discovers her new husband is not who he appears to be, as he and his sister Lucille (Jessica Chastain) are hiding dark secrets about themselves and their home.

» Read the review here.

Heart Attack (Thai)

Classification: PG13
Run time: 130 min
Genre: Romance
Directed by: Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit

After busy graphic designer Yoon (Sunny Suwanmethanont) stays up for five days straight working on a project, he develops a mysterious rash all over this body. When he finally decides to go to the hospital, he finds himself falling for Dr Imm, the charming doctor taking his case.

» Read the review here.

Knock Knock

Classification: R21
Run time: 100 min
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Directed by: Eli Roth

Evan Webber (Keanu Reeves) is a happily married man, spending the Father's Day weekend alone while his wife and children are away on a scheduled beach trip.

When two women knock on his door asking for directions to a party, he lets them in... but soon they turn his life into a living hell.

» Read the review here.

SM Town The Stage (Korean)

Classification: PG
Run time: 107 min
Genre: Documentary
Directed by: Sung Sang Bae

This documentary covers the performances, rehearsals, and backstage, behind-the0-scenes footage from the SMTOWN Live World Tour IV concert. Featuring K-pop bands and idols such as KANGTA, BoA, TVXQ!, Super Junior, Girls' Generation, SHINEE, f(x), EXO and Red Velvet, the film is a dazzling record of the stage that set a new chapter in K-pop.

» Read the review here.

andrewg@sph.com.sg

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