So the bank holiday weekend is almost upon us and if you're thinking that going outside is a bit overrated, we've got a whole host of amazing movies for you to feast on at Cineworld.
So whether you want to treat yourself to a great film or you’re an Unlimited member looking to catch up with a whole day at the cinema, here’s everything you can see this coming weekend.
The wilderness epic – Alpha
From Hell director Albert Hughes marshals a sweeping, prehistoric adventure about the formative relationship between man and wolf. Slow West's Kodi Smit-McPhee is the young warrior who forges a lupine connection amid a harsh landscape, and several set-pieces will take the breath away.
The buddy comedy – The Spy Who Dumped Me
Ted's Mila Kunis and Ghostbusters star Kate McKinnon are unlikely heroes in this knockabout spy caper. Kunis is the woman whose ex-boyfriend is unveiled as a CIA agent, with the scene-stealing McKinnon as her clueless BFF. Expect action and big laughs aplenty.
The latest Spike Lee joint – BlacKkKlansman
The famed director of Do the Right Thing and Malcolm X returns with his finest film in years. Prepare to laugh, wince and gasp in equal measure in this true story of black police detective Ron Stallworth (John David Washington), who brazenly infiltrated the Ku Klux Klan.
The chilling horror – Slender Man
Looking for spine-tingling thrills? Then this boogeyman chiller should be right up your street. Based on the mythology of the enduring internet meme that began in 2009, it focuses on a group of teens who fall foul of a hideous monster that springs from online lore.
The moving drama – The Children Act
Boasting a formidable line-up of talent, this powerful Ian McEwan adaptation is the story of a court case revolving around a young boy, who is refusing a blood transfusion on religious grounds. Emma Thompson, Stanley Tucci and Dunkirk's Fionn Whitehead unite with Iris director Richard Eyre.
The smutty laugh riot – The Happytime Murders (opens Monday)
It's no Sesame, all Street in this outrageously filthy comedy, from director Brian Henson (son of legendary Muppets creator, Jim). Don't expect anything family friendly in this story of a puppet detective who teams with a human partner (Spy's Melissa McCarthy).
The monster movie – The Meg
Jason Statham vs a giant shark – need we say more? The action icon, famed for the likes of the Transporter series, faces his deadliest enemy so far in the form of a rampaging megalodon in this tongue-in-cheek creature feature.
The family adventure – Christopher Robin
If you're looking for something a bit more family-friendly, then this heartwarming Disney offering should do the trick. A.A. Milne's title character is all grown up and played by Ewan McGregor as he reunites with Winnie the Pooh and the gang to delightful effect.
The violent thriller – The Equalizer 2
Looking for a brutal blast of vigilante action? Then don't miss Antoine Fuqua's relentless Equalizer sequel, in which Denzel Washington's justice-seeking Robert McCall is once again righting wrongs and sorting out the bad guys, to thrilling effect.
The comic book bonanza – Ant-Man and The Wasp
Paul Rudd's shrinking superhero Scott Lang is back in Marvel's fun-packed sequel, one that cleanses the palate and lightens the tone after the devastating events of Avengers: Infinity War. But the show is stolen by Evangeline Lilly's titular Wasp, who paves the way for future female superheroes in the MCU.
The spy movie spectacular – Mission: Impossible - Fallout
There's still time to catch Tom Cruise's sixth Mission: Impossible blockbuster, one that's stormed the box office and been hailed as a modern day action masterpiece. Try to resist catching your breath as director Christopher McQuarrie marshals some truly magnificent stunts.
How many movies are you planning to watch during the August bank holiday? Let us know @Cineworld.