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New films coming to Hull cinemas this September & October 2023 + WIN group tickets!



Autumnal vibes are settling in, and Hull cinemas are embracing the season with a captivating array of film releases! From suspense-filled thrillers to heartwarming sequels, September and October 2023 are packed with cinematic treasures.

Whether you’re planning a date night, family outing, or solo escapade, here’s our complete guide to the new film releases coming soon at Hull cinemas.

But first…. You can WIN four tickets to Cineworld Cinema Hull

See more: See inside Hull’s newly refurbished Cineworld Cinema

After an impressive refurbishment in December 2021, Cineworld Cinema Hull, is showing everything from fast-paced action thrillers and heartwarming dramas to groundbreaking animations and musicals.

Furthermore, Cineworld now boasts the largest cinema screen in Hull (Superscreen), as well as the new sensory journey of 4DX with high-tech motion seats and special effects. There’s also the unique ScreenX, where key scenes of the film are projected onto the side walls for a 270-degree viewing experience. And every screen has amazingly comfy plush leather seats that gently recline for your utmost comfort.

Our latest competition means you can win four tickets to see any film, on any screen at Cineworld Cinema Hull.

September 2023 film releases at Hull Cinemas

Cobweb (15)

Release Date: September 1

A horror film directed by Samuel Bodin and starring Lizzy Caplan and Antony Starr, Cobweb promises to entangle audiences in a gripping storyline, full of suspense and unexpected twists.

The Equalizer 3 (15)

Release Date: September 1

Antoine Fuqua brings back the iconic Denzel Washington alongside Dakota Fanning in The Equalizer 3. Brace yourselves for action-packed sequences and a riveting plot.

My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 (12A)

Release Date: September 8

Nia Vardalos returns, both behind and in front of the camera, for the third instalment of this heartwarming family comedy. Expect laughter, love, and a lot of baklava!

Showing at Odeon Luxe Hull >

The Nun 2 (TBC)

Release Date: September 8

Venture into the world of the supernatural once more with Michael Chaves’ The Nun 2, starring Taissa Farmiga and Bonnie Aarons.

Showing at Odeon, Reel and Vue (links to each cinema below)

Past Lives

Release Date: September 8
Celine Song’s Past Lives promises a deep dive into reincarnation and memories, with powerful performances by Greta Lee and John Magaro.

A Haunting in Venice

Release Date: September 15
Venture to the waterways of Venice with Kenneth Branagh’s horror-thriller. Jamie Dornan and Michelle Yeoh lead the cast in this spine-chilling tale.

Dumb Money

Release Date: September 22
Paul Dano and Pete Davidson come together in Craig Gillespie’s hilarious Dumb Money. Expect financial mishaps and uproarious consequences!

The Expendables 4

Release Date: September 22

Sylvester Stallone and Jason Statham return in Scott Waugh’s action-packed The Expendables 4. Hold onto your seats; it’s going to be explosive!

It Lives Inside

Release Date: September 22
Bishal Dutta’s horror flick promises to keep you on edge. Starring Megan Suri and Neeru Bajwa, It Lives Inside is not for the faint of heart.

The Creator (12A TBC)

Release Date: September 29

John David Washington and Gemma Chan star in Gareth Edwards’ sci-fi adventure, The Creator. Dive into a story of invention, ambition, and destiny.

Saw X (18 TBC)

Release Date: September 29

Kevin Greutert returns with the tenth chapter of the Saw franchise. Starring Tobin Bell and Shawnee Smith, expect intricate traps and pulse-pounding suspense.

October 2023 film releases at Hull cinemas:

The Great Escaper

Release Date: October 6
Oliver Parker directs the legendary Michael Caine and Glenda Jackson in a thrilling tale of audacious escapes and daring plans.

The Exorcist: Believer

Release Date: October 13
David Gordon Green takes the helm of this supernatural thriller. With Ann Dowd and Ellen Burstyn, brace for an intense showdown between faith and evil.

Paw Patrol: The Mighty Movie

Release Date: October 13
Perfect for families, Paw Patrol: The Mighty Movie brings Taraji P. Henson and Kim Kardashian to the animated world of Adventure Bay’s beloved pups.

Killers of the Flower Moon

Release Date: October 20
Martin Scorsese teams up with Lily Gladstone and Leonardo DiCaprio for a riveting historical drama that’s already generating Oscar buzz.

Trolls Band Together

Release Date: October 20
Anna Kendrick and Justin Timberlake return in a vibrant musical journey that promises to be a visual and auditory treat for audiences of all ages.

Five Nights at Freddy’s

Release Date: October 27
Emma Tammi’s adaptation of the popular horror game stars Josh Hutcherson and Matthew Lillard. Get ready for a creepy night at Freddy Fazbear’s Pizzeria!

Embrace the magic of cinema this autumn at Hull’s fine cinemas. Secure your tickets, grab a cozy sweater, and prepare for memorable film nights! Don’t forget to check ratings and screening times before you go!

Other Cinemas in Hull & East Yorkshire

You might have guessed by now that we’re big fans of Cineworld Hull who have kindly provided the tickets to run this competition. But we genuinely think it’s the best all-round cinemas in Hull for value (tickets are £5.99 or £6.99), comfort, screen quality, sound and seating position. It also has the largest screen in the city and other unique experiences that other cinemas in Hull don’t offer.

But there are a few other cinemas in Hull & East Yorkshire you might want to use instead. Here’s a quick guide to Hull & East Yorkshire cinemas:

Odeon Luxe Cinema in Hull

Kingston Retail Park

Odeon is one of the best cinemas in Hull, offering a fantastic luxury experience. Tickets are the most expensive in Hull at £14 peak for adults BUT… you get a full reclining padded leather seat with your own side table. There’s a bar too and a huge selection of drinks, snacks and treats. Plus you can save a ton by going in the week when it’s £9.95 adults, £7.50 juniors. You can also use Meerkat Movies to get 2 for 1 tickets every Tuesday and Wednesday. Not a bad price for a luxury experience.

Great for: Luxury and comfort, location, free parking (use the machine inside to validate)
Not so great for: Viewing angle, ticket prices

Full information >

Vue Cinema in Hull city centre

Level 4, Princes Quay Shopping Centre

Vue cinema in Hull city centre is in a really good location if you’re meeting friends for food and drinks before or after. It has 9 screens located at the top of Princes Quay shopping centre. Parking is free after 6pm in the multi story car park attached to the centre (validation required inside). Vue offers a really good viewing angle, but the cinema hasn’t been updated a great deal, since it opened in December 2007 so seats are hard and uncomfortable. Tickets are good value though at just £4.99 each and 2 for 1 with Meerkat Movies on Tuesdays & Wednesdays.

Great for: Ticket prices, location, viewing angle
Not so great: Comfort

Full information >

Reel Cinemas in Hull

St Stephens Shopping Centre

Reel Cinemas in Hull is in a great location. Tucked away in the upper floors of St Stephen’s shopping centre, it’s easy to reach by public transport and there’s a nice selection of restaurants, fast food, Starbucks and even Lost City Adventure Golf just next door which means you can make a night of it without leaving the centre. Tickets are super cheap at just £3.50 each, but like Vue, it opened in late 2007 and hasn’t been updated much since so the viewing angle in the screen is a bit old-school and the seats can be uncomfortable. Still, it’s cheap and convenient.

Great for: Super cheap tickets, location
Not so great: Comfort, viewing angle, screen size

Parkway Cinema, Beverley


Parkway Cinema in Beverley is located nicely for those much further north in our region. It opened in December 2015 and offers a decent experience all-round with large screens and comfy seats. There’s a nice selection of restaurants, bars and a Starbucks in Flemingate so you can make a night of it in one place.

Great for: Large screens, comfy seats
Not so great: Viewing experience, pay to park

Full information >

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