For fans of: Tim Burton and ‘X-Men’
Tim Burton adapts the bestselling novel by Ransom Riggs about a seemingly ordinary boy (Asa Butterfield) who comes across a home for unusually gifted children, ran by the mysterious Miss Peregrine (Eva Green). Co-stars Samuel L. Jackson, Chris O'Dowd, Terence Stamp and Judi Dench.
For fans of: ‘World War Z’ (2013) and ’28 Days Later’ (2002)
Gemma Arterton, Paddy Considine and Glenn Close lead a different kind of dystopian zombie film, based on the bestselling novel by MR Carey. Newcomer Sennia Nanua plays a child named Melanie, kept under military lockdown with other "infected" kids. But when the compound falls, she might be the world's only hope.
For fans of: ‘Backdraft’ (1991) and ‘The Perfect Storm’ (2000)
Mark Wahlberg, Kate Hudson, Kurt Russell and John Malkovich star in this disaster film based on the 2010 Deepwater Horizon explosion - the incident which saw 11 workers killed, 17 workers injured and a massive oil spill leak into the Gulf of Mexico. It was the deemed the largest environmental disaster in US history.
For fans of: ‘The Vow’ (2012) and ‘A Walk To Remember’ (2002)
Young Chicago lawyers Michelle Robinson (Tika Sumpter) and Barack Obama (Parker Sawyers) spend a sweltering summer afternoon visiting the art museum, eating lunch together, watching ‘Do The Right Thing,’ getting some ice cream and sharing a first kiss in this dramatization of the President and First Lady's fateful first date.
For fans of: ‘Train To Busan’ (2016)
If you love the Korean sleeper hit ‘Train to Busan’, you have to watch the prequel ‘Seoul Station’. In the vein of the ‘The Matrix’ animated prequel films, ‘Seoul Station’ is a nail-biting, action-packed film about a father in search of his runaway daughter during the middle of a zombie outbreak in the South Korean capital.