- 91 min
- Directed by: Genndy Tartakovsky
- Written by: Todd Durham, Dan Hageman, Kevin Hageman, Peter Baynham, Robert Smigel
- Cast: Adam Sandler, Selena Gomez, Andy Samberg, Kevin James, Cee Lo Green, Steve Buscemi
Dracula (Sandler) has created a hotel offering holidays to eldritch abominations, but when human slacker Jonathan (Samberg) checks in and fancies Dracula’s daughter (Gomez), the count is not happy. The script lacks the appeal and sophistication of Pixar, the messages are heavy-handed and the voice acting is uninspired.
Sat 29 Oct
- 100 min
- Directed by: Ken Loach
- Cast: Dave Johns, Hayley Squires
Newly widowed Newcastle joiner Daniel (Johns) has worked all his life, but when his doctor tells him that his heart condition means he can't work, the welfare system disagrees. Familiar territory for Loach and screenwriter Laverty but despite unapologetic heartstring-tugging, the subject – the system's intrinsic cruelty and unfairness – is sadly more relevant than ever.
Tue 25 Oct
Wed 26 Oct
Thu 27 Oct
- Directed by: Rob Ashford
- Cast: Kenneth Branagh, John Hurt, Sophie McShera
Set in post-war Britain John Osbourne's play The Entertainer follows failing music hall performer Archie Rice, played here by Rob Ashford.
Thu 27 Oct
- 146 min
- Directed by: Stanley Kubrick
- Cast: Jack Nicholson, Shelly Duvall, Philip Stone.
Kubrick's overwrought, overlong horror film dispenses with much of the psychic apparatus of Stephen King's novel to concentrate on the deeper horror of a family turning in on itself. Nicholson, with all the stops out, is bug-eyed and demonic as the writer cracking up violently in an isolated hotel, and the final scenes are, literally, chilling.
Mon 31 Oct
Situated in the centre of Notting Hill, this single-screen cinema is housed in a building dating from 1861. In 2004 the cinema underwent a modern renovation, restoring the ornate Edwardian plasterwork in the auditorium to its full grandeur, as well as installing air conditioning and a fully-stocked bar.
Due to the age of the building, there is no disabled toilet. Customers are advised to use McDonalds facilities opposite.
There is no parking immediately outside the venue, with the nearest disabled parking at end of Hill Gate street, the first left turn after cinema.
The nearest Underground Station is Notting Hill Gate tube, one minute walk away.
Bus routes close to venue are 27, 52, 28, 328, 452, 148, 70, 390, 94, 31, N28, N31 and N207.
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