Head to the cinemas this end-September for these 5 new and upcoming movies

Movies have always been a good form of escapism. So if you’re looking to let loose and get lost in some awesome flicks come Friday night, check out the following films now showing in (or coming to) theatres. Some of the coolest flicks available this month include Dune, The Green Knight and No Time To Die.



Based on the iconic 1965 Frank Herbert novel of the same name, Dune is part one of a planned, two-part sci-fi epic that sees a young boy, Paul Atreides (Timothee Chalamet), called into a great destiny. As the heir to a throne on his planet Caladan, Paul and his family travel to the desert planet Arrakis to rule despite knowing the new opportunity is a death trap. As betrayals unravel and the Atreides empire crumbles, it is up to Paul to find the natives of Arrakis in order to navigate his fate and future. The gripping flick boasts major Star Wars and Game of Thrones vibes, as alumni like Jason Momoa and Oscar Issac star in the show. In theatres Sep 16

The Green Knight


A rather unique adaptation, The Green Knight tells the story of King Arthur’s nephew, who embarks on a journey to prove his courage and bravery to a court. Risking his life, he seeks out the Green Knight, a mysterious giant who resides at Camelot. Directed by David Lowery, the movie has been praised for its cinematography as well as its main star, Dev Patel’s performance. In theatres Sep 23

No Time To Die


If you’ve thoroughly enjoyed Daniel Craig as James Bond, then you’ll want to catch him in his final act as former MI6 agent 007. In No Time To Die, Bond has left active service, but returns (duh) to confront a nasty villain with a grand scheme. The villain is played by none other than Rami Malek, which is—if we’re being honest—reason enough for us to catch this blockbuster. In theatres Sep 30

Occupation: Rainfall


The sequel to the 2018 Aussie flick Occupation, Occupation: Rainfall finds its characters in a desperate ground war, two years into an intergalactic invasion of Earth. Facing an impending, all-out destruction, the resistance manages to make allies and uncovers a plot that could finally bring the terror to an end. In theatres Sep 16

The Vanished

In this thriller mystery, Thomas Jane and Anne Heche are parents to a young girl who goes missing on a family camping trip. As investigations lead to little results, the parents begin taking matters into their own hands. In theatres Sep 16