End Credits:
Bohemian Rhapsody

Plus: An Evening With Beverly Luff Linn, , Goosebumps 2, Halloween

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The long awaited Freddie Mercury and Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody gets its release this week. Journeying Mercury’s musical career from joining the struggling band to their huge success was always going to be a challenge. Early reactions seem slightly mixed, mainly down to some possible inaccuracies in the band’s later career. Despite that praise comes for Rami Malek’s performance as the flamboyant and charismatic frontman in a joyous celebration of the band’s music.

An Evening With Beverly Luff Linn stars a host of bizarre indie comedy favourites including Aubrey Plaza, Matt Berry and Jemaine Clement. Plaza stars as the kind of character she’d have dreamed up in Parks and Rec, an eccentric unhappy wife who runs away to be reunited with a lost love. A stylish and weird crime comedy sure to please any fans of its stars.

As Halloween is coming up there’s a slew of classic re-releases creeping their way onto screens but for those after some new chills there’s the slightly family-friendly Goosebumps 2, sequel to the surprisingly decent movie based on the 1990s creepy kids books. For older audiences there’s Halloween, sequel to Halloween. The new movie is set 40 years after the original, and ignores all the previous sequels and remakes there’s been over the years. Jamie Lee Curtis reprises her role as Laurie Strode, the sole survivor of Michael Myers’ 1978 killing spree from the John Carpenter classic. This time, when Michael escapes from prison Laurie, who has spent the last 40 years living in fear, is ready for him.

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