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Here are the 5 Movies to Catch in October!

By Flora  /  28 Sep 2016 (Wednesday)

We're approaching October in a few days time and this isn't exactly a month that is filled with action blockbusters or any early expected Oscar-worthy films, there are a few movies to check out - including an informative documentary on Japan's seafood market, R-rated thrillers and animations, as well as our first look at Marvel's newest superhero on the big screen.

Here are 5 movies to catch InCinemas in the month of October!

Sausage Party
InCinemas 6 Oct

Seth Rogen’s raunchy, sexy, crude and definitely R-rated animation ‘Sausage Party’ is for those who love a good toilet humour comedy movie to wind down after a hectic work week. Set in a grocery store with goods and other edibles, the film is said to be the R21 of ‘Toy Story’ and ‘Inside Out’… you go figure how does that turn out to be. 

Rogen co-wrote the film with Evan Goldberg, Ariel Shaffir and Kyle Hunter, Sausage Party is voiced by Kristen Wiig, Salma Hayek, James Franco, Jonah Hill, Edward Norton, Paul Rudd and Bill Hader. 

(Watch: Seth Rogen Pranks Shoppers with Talking Food!)
Sausage Party opens InCinemas 6 October 2016!

Tsukiji Wonderland
InCinemas 6 Oct

Japan’s most famous wholesale seafood market, the iconic Tsukiji Market has been around for 80 years, widely known as the pilgrimage destination for foodies visiting Tokyo. 

The documentary documents the ‘ins and outs’ that happen in the busy market daily, with interviews from famous sushi chefs in Japan; and how this landmark of the country is moving to a new site in November. 

(5 Pairs of tickets to watch Tsukiji Wonderland to be won!)

Tsukiji Wonderland opens InCinemas 6 Oct 2016!

InCinemas 13 Oct

The American mystery thriller ‘Inferno’ directed by Ron Howard is the third instalment of the trilogy, adapted from Dan Brown’s novels of the same name. The film is the sequel to ‘The Da Vinci Code’ and ‘Angels & Demons’. It stars returning cast Tom Hanks, who reprises his role as Robert Langdon, alongside newcomers Felicity Jones, Omar Sy, Sidse Babett Knudsen and Ben Foster.

This time around, the fate of the entire human race is at stake, Robert Langdon must team up with Dr. Sienna Brooks (Felicity Jones) to try and recover his memories and stop a madman from unleashing a plague inspired by Dante’s Inferno.
Inferno opens InCinemas 13 Oct 2016!

The Tenants Downstairs 
InCinemas 13 Oct

Touted as one of Taiwan’s most controversial movie this year, The Tenants Downstairs is a voyeuristic horror-mystery thriller about occupants and the weird landlord who uses hidden cameras and wired machines to spy on his tenants. 

Based on Giddens Ko's controversial novel of the same name, the film doesn’t shy away from its no-holds barred use of sex, violence, drug and gore. It screened at the New York Asian Film Festival and Taipei Film Festival to rave reviews. The film is directed by Adam Tsuei and stars Simon Yam, Lee Kang-sheng, Kaiser Chuang, Ivy Shao and Sophia Li.
The Tenants Downstairs opens InCinemas 13 Oct 2016!

Marvel's Doctor Strange
InCinemas 27 Oct

Come October, the Marvel Cinematic Universe will be exploring the world of magic through Marvel’s Doctor Strange, the talented surgeon whose hands are damaged in a car accident, but learns the ways of magic through The Ancient One.

The visual of the movie itself looks different from the rest of its MCU counterparts, especially on the psychedelic look of it. The movie is directed by Scott Derrickson and stars Benedict Cumberbatch, Rachel McAdams, Tilda Swinton and Benedict Wong.
Marvel’s Doctor Strange opens InCinemas 27 Oct 2016!

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