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With films eyeing-up the awards season and festive flicks on the horizon, November is a great month for movie releases.
Here are our picks for the films that you mustn't miss in the cinema this month...
Horror fans these days are getting a lot more desensitised than back in the day, can you imagine the reaction if audiences from the '60s and '70s watched Saw or Insidious?
As such, the trailers need to step up the horror to tempt these hardy slasher buffs, and here are the scariest trailers that you can imagine.
With Halloween just around the corner, there's nothing quite as exhilarating as a masked killer rampaging around and putting big holes in attractive people who are pretending they are teenagers.
We've seen many masks in films, some iconic, some a bit rubbish.
But which is best, most frightening and downright terrifying? Check out our rundown...
Pixar's new film, The Good Dinosaur imagines if the dinosaurs had never been wiped out by the asteroid, and a young Apatosaurus named Arlo falls into a river and finds himself lost from his father.
With Spectre around the corner, we're expecting Bond to get behind the wheel of the Aston Martin DB10 and provide us with another iconic car, tricked-out with gadgets and performing some unbelievavle stunt.
Quentin Tarantino's masterpiece, Pulp Fiction was released in cinemas 21 years ago, yep that long.
While it has become a cultural phenomenon, spouting famous catchphrases, artwork and more, we bet there are still some things you don't know about it.
When you've got a good thing going, are you going to leave it to one side and start afresh? Of course you're not, which is why Hollywood has such a fondness for sequels.
As we've previously discovered, film stars a egotistical bunch, and with people around to bow to their every whim, they can get a bit carried away.
When major Hollywood players work on the film, they are treated to certain freebies and goodies, but sometimes they reel off a list of demands that are bizarre, self-centred and ridiculous.
The guys behind the award winning TV show Horrible Histories have hit cinemas with their new Shakespeare comedy Bill.
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