UK Cinema Releases: Friday 15th April 2011


Scream 4 (a.k. SCRE4M) (Entertainment): The fourth film of the horror franchose reunites the surviving members of the original cast as Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell) is visited again by the Ghostface Killer. Directed by Wes Craven, it co-stars David Arquette, Courteney Cox, Emma Roberts and Hayden Panettiere. [Nationwide / 15] [Trailer] [Reviews]

Red Riding Hood (Warner Bros.): Loose adaptation of the folk tale, about a medieval village that is haunted by a werewolf and a young girl (Amanda Seyfried) who falls for an orphaned woodcutter (Shiloh Fernandez). Directed by Catherine Hardwicke, it co-stars Gary Oldman, Virgina Madsen and Max Irons. [Nationwide / 12A] [Trailer] [Reviews]

Winnie The Pooh (Walt Disney): An animated feature produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios which features five previously unadapted stories from the original books. Directed by Stephen Anderson and Don Hall, it features the voices of Peter Cullen, Craig Ferguson, Jim Cummings and Tara Strong. [Nationwide / Cert U] [Trailer] [Reviews]

Your Highness (E1 Films): Fantasy comedy about an arrogant, lazy prince (Danny McBride) and his more heroic brother (James Franco) who must complete a quest in order to save their father’s kingdom. Directed by David Gordon Green and co-starring Natalie Portman, Zooey Deschanel and Damian Lewis. [Nationwide /15] [Trailer] [Reviews]


Cold Weather (Axiom Films): US indie drama about a former forensic science student (Cris Lankenau) investigating the mysterious disappearance of his ex-girlfriend (Trieste Kelly Dunn) in Portland, Oregon. Directed by Aaron Katz, it co-stars Raul Castillo. [Key Cities] [Trailer] [Reviews]

Little White Lies (Lionsgate UK): French comedy-drama exploring the tensions amongst a group of friends who go on a holiday together. Directed by Guillaume Canet, it stars François Cluzet, Marion Cotillard, Benoît Magimel, Gilles Lellouche, Jean Dujardin, Laurent Lafitte, Valérie Bonneton and Pascale Arbillot. [Key Cities / 15] [Trailer] [Reviews]

Meek’s Cutoff (Soda Pictures): US indie western set in Oregon, 1845 about a wilderness guide (Bruce Greenwood) who comes into conflict with the settlers he is guiding. Directed by Kelly Reichardt, it stars Michelle Williams, Will Patton, Zoe Kazan and Rod Rondeaux and Paul Dano. [Selected cinemas] [Trailer] [Reviews]

The Last Picture Show (Park Circus): Reissue of the 1971 drama about the coming of age of two friends, Sonny Crawford (Timothy Bottoms) and Duane Jackson (Jeff Bridges). Directed by Peter Bogdanovich, it co-stars Cybill Shepherd, Ben Johnson, Ellen Burstyn, and Randy Quaid. [Selected cinemas] [Trailer] [Reviews]

Cooking With Stella (Mara Pictures): Comedy about a Canadian diplomat (Lisa Ray) and her husband (Don McKellar) who live in New Delhi with their cook, Stella (Seema Biswas). Directed by Dilip Mehta. [Key Cities]

A Small Act (Dogwoof): HBO documetary about the effects of altruism in Kenya. Directed by Jennifer Arnold. [Key Cities / 12A] [Trailer]

Sparrow (Terracotta Distribution): A 2008 Hong Kong caper film about a gang of pickpockets who are mysteriously approached by a beautiful Taiwanese woman (Kelly Lin). Directed by Johnnie To, it stars Simon Yam, Kelly Lin and Law Wing Cheong. [Key Cities]

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> UK DVD & Blu-ray releases for Monday 11th April 2011, including Of Gods and Men, Monsters and Two in the Wave