Looking to catch up with some all-time classics in Cineworld? We've got you covered. Scroll down to find out more.
1. A Clockwork Orange 4K re-release (out now)
Stanley Kubrick's searing examination of gang violence, free will and the enduring influence of Ludwig van Beethoven positively gleams in its lustrous new 4K restoration. Don't miss the chance to catch this provocative British classic on the big screen, a film that showcases a chilling, unforgettable performance from Malcolm McDowell.
2. The Lord of the Rings trilogy 4K re-release (24th September)
Peter Jackson's gargantuan fantasy saga rewrote the rulebook on blockbuster cinema. Rekindle the magic all over again with the re-issues of The Fellowship of the Ring (2001), The Two Towers (2002) and The Return of the King (2003) back on the big screen where they belong, and you can opt for the overwhelming, immersive IMAX presentation.
3. Dune 1984 re-release (24th September)
Excited about Denis Villeneuve's forthcoming adaptation of Dune? We're allowing fans of Frank Herbert's 1965 novel to revisit David Lynch's cult adaptation, one that continues to sharply divide opinion. But there's also much to champion in the 1984 version of Dune...
4. Scream 25th-anniversary re-release (12th October)
It's time to brush up on your horror movie trivia as the Ghostface killer returns to stalk the big screen. Wes Craven's witty, post-modern slasher classic is getting a quarter-century re-issue, propelled by Kevin Williamson's smart alec screenplay and a bright young cast of 1990s stars including Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox and Drew Barrymore.
5. Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone 20th-anniversary re-release (29th October)
Yes, it's true – it was 20 years ago when we took our first steps into the Hogwarts School of Wizardry. Try not to feel too old as the very first Harry Potter movie returns to charm and enchant in equal measure, acting as our delightful introduction to Daniel Radcliffe's titular boy wizard.
Which of these movies will you be watching in Cineworld? Maybe all of them? Let us know @Cineworld.