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31st October

31st October

Directed by

Shivaji Lotan Patil


Soha Ali Khan
Lakhwinder Lakha
Nagesh Bhonsle
Vir Das
Vineet Sharma
Deep Raj Rana
Maneet Vaghadia
Sezal Sharma
Gurjeet Singh
Pritam Kagne
Aksshat Raj Saluja
Pritam Kangne
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Year: 2016
UK total gross
  £5.7 Thousand

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Doctor Sleep is given a 15 age rating by the BBFC in the UK.

The long awaited sequel to the Shining, Doctor Sleep is again based on a novel by Stephen King.

Directed by Mike Flanagan who also directed Ouija: Origin of Evil in 2016 he has a lot to live up to as the The Shining was directed by Stanley Kubrick and is considered a classic of its time.

Stephen King himself has given his praise of the film, something he never did for The Shining, so things are off to a good start.

Starring Ewan McGregor and Rebecca Ferguson the film has been given a 15 certificate for strong bloody violence, gore, horror, threat, language and it has a runtime of 151 minutes (2 hours and 31 minutes_, the film was passed uncut.

The movie is released on 31st October 2019.

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Released on 31st October 2018 the film stars Simon Pegg and Michael Sheen and is a horror comedy set around a typical British boarding school.

The film is directed by Crispian Mills, he also wrote the screenplay, previous credits include A Fantastic Fear of Everything also starring Simon Pegg.

The film has been given a 15 certificate by the BBFC for very strong language, strong violence, sex references, suicide references and it has a runtime of 104 minutes.

Director Mike Leigh's latest film starring Timothy Spall about the painter J.M.W. Turner takes over at the top of the video chart on it's first week of release.

The film was released on 31st October 2015 and on it's first week entered the box office chart at number 7, after a flurry of good reviews and release in more cinemas the film ir number 2 the following week.

The film as a 5 week run inside the top 15 but has continued to pull in movie goers in the weeks following right up to it's release on home video.

During it's time at the box office it has taken a total gross (to date) of £7.7 million. In America it came out February 2015 and has taken $3.3 million so far.

Fury falls just the single place to number 2 this week after it's debut at the top.

A flurry of other new film this week include: Nightcrawler at 3, Pride at 4, Dying of The Light at 8 and Love Rosie at 12 .