New movies coming this month on Sky Cinema

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Photo credit: Warner Bros
Photo credit: Warner Bros

Sky Cinema has been treating movie fans to a brand-new premiere every single day for a while now, but there's sometimes so much choice, a potential new favourite could slip unnoticed.

So we've decided to round up the upcoming month's new daily premieres in one handy place for you to plan out your movie viewing. This list is subject to change as premiere dates can shift, but we'll make sure to update the list when we know of any changes.

If you're a Sky subscriber but don't have access to the movie channels, it currently costs £11 extra a month for a minimum 18-month contract. And if you're not a Sky subscriber, you can access all of the latest movie premieres with a Sky Cinema pass from NOW.

You can also sign up with one of their ongoing deals, including the Sky + Cinema + Netflix package that gives you a bunch of Sky channels, including the Cinema channels, and access to everything on Netflix, for £36 a month over an 18-month period.

Be sure to check back in the last week of every month to see the next month's batch of movie premieres.

September 27 – Reboot Camp

Two brothers set out to debunk fake gurus by setting up their own self-help group, only for it to backfire when their cult develops a following. Stars David Koechner and David Lipper.

September 28 – Cowboys

When his wife refuses to let their trans son live as his authentic self, a father runs off with his son into the Montana wilderness. Stars Steve Zahn and Sasha Knight.

September 29 – Senior Moment

A retired NASA test pilot loses his driving licence and is forced to take public transportation. Stars William Shatner and Jean Smart.

September 30 – Flashback

When he starts getting horrific visions of a high-school girl who vanished, Fredrick embarks on a terrifying mental journey to learn the truth. Stars Dylan O'Brien and Maika Monroe.

October 1 – Judas and the Black Messiah

The true story of the betrayal of Fred Hampton, chairman of the Black Panther Party in late-1960s Chicago. Stars Daniel Kaluuya and LaKeith Stanfield.

Photo credit: Warner Bros
Photo credit: Warner Bros

October 2 – Locked In

A mother has to protect her teenage daughter when she's pursued through a storage facility by a pair of thieves. Stars Mena Suvari and Jeff Fahey.

October 3 – My New York Year

When she starts working for JD Salinger's literary agent, an aspiring writer begins to discover her own voice. Stars Margaret Qualley and Sigourney Weaver.

October 4 – Drunk Bus

After getting dumped, a bus driver strikes up an unexpected friendship with the security guard hired to watch over the night shift. Stars Charlie Tahan and Pineapple Tangaroa.

October 5 – Rare Beasts

A young mother mining the pain of her parents' separation for her new work falls for a traditionalist searching for a sense of worth. Stars Billie Piper and David Thewlis.

October 6 – Mahalia

The true story of influential gospel singer Mahalia Jackson and her rise to fame in the 1940s. Stars Danielle Brooks and Jason Dirden.

October 7 – Poster Boys

Broke Irishman Al teams up with his 10-year-old nephew on a madcap tour of Ireland when his job and home are placed in jeopardy. Stars Trevor O'Connell and Ryan Minogue-Lee.

October 8 – Voyagers

A group of 30 young men and women on a deep space mission start to defy their training when they uncover disturbing secrets. Stars Tye Sheridan and Colin Farrell.

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Photo credit: YouTube - Lionsgate

October 9 – No Sudden Move

Three small-time criminals are sent on a seemingly simple heist by an anonymous source that goes horribly wrong. Stars Don Cheadle and Kieran Culkin.

October 10 – Maya the Bee: The Golden Orb

Maya and her best friend Willi find themselves in the middle of an epic bug battle when they rescue an ant princess. Stars Coco Jack Gillies and Benson Jack Anthony.

October 11 – Norm of the North: King Size Adventure

When a developer threatens to build luxury condos in his backyard, polar bear Norm heads to New York City to stop it. Stars James Corden and Heather Graham.

October 12 – Little Fish

One couple fights to hold their relationship together and remember their love as a memory loss virus breaks out. Stars Olivia Cooke and Jack O'Connell.

October 13 – The God Committee

Seven years after a fateful decision, an organ transplant committee struggle with the consequences. Stars Kelsey Grammer and Julia Stiles.

October 14 – American Traitor

Based on a true story, an American woman struggles to redeem her reputation after broadcasting Nazi propaganda to American troops. Stars Meadow Williams and Al Pacino.

October 15 – The Little Things

A deputy sheriff finds himself embroiled in the search for a serial killer who is terrorising Los Angeles. Stars Denzel Washington and Rami Malek.

Photo credit: Warner Bros.
Photo credit: Warner Bros.

October 16 – Breaking News in Yuba County

When her husband goes missing, an under-appreciated suburban wife embarks on a city-wide search and becomes a local celebrity. Stars Allison Janney and Awkwafina.

October 17 – Curious George 5: Go West, Go Wild

George and Ted travel to to cousin Ginny's farm for a relaxing weekend until things take a turn when her farm animals escape. Stars Frank Welker and Dee Bradley Baker.

October 18 – A Second Chance

In order to earn passage to Heaven, Adam needs to protect and advise a bullied social misfit. Stars Taral Hicks and Chrissy Lampkin.

October 19 – Cordelia

A young woman living with her identical twin finds herself beginning to unravel when she meets her mysterious neighbour. Stars Antonia Campbell-Hughes and Johnny Flynn.

October 20 – Cliffs of Freedom

After he saved her life as a child, a young Greek girl starts up an ill-fated romance with a conflicted Turkish officer. Stars Tania Reymonde and Billy Zane.

October 21 – Wander Darkly

Following a traumatic accident, a couple are left in a surreal state of being that takes them on a journey through their shared moments. Stars Sienna Miller and Diego Luna.

October 22 – Monster Family 2

The Wishbone family are back as they attempt to save their friends from the clutches of a ruthless Monster Hunter. Stars Emily Watson and Nick Frost.

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Photo credit: Sky Cinema

October 23 – Survive the Night

Forced to operate on a wounded criminal, a trauma doctor teams up with his ex-sheriff father to save his family. Stars Chad Michael Murray and Bruce Willis.

October 24 – Rogue Hostage

When armed militants take over his stepfather's store, a former Marine struggling with PTSD faces a race against time to save a group of hostages. Stars Tyrese Gibson and John Malkovich.

October 25 – Mosley

A no-holds-barred study of one of the most successful and controversial figures in motorsport, Max Mosley. Stars Max Mosley and Hugh Grant.

October 26 – Fear and Loathing in Aspen

Based on true events, journalist and activist Hunter S Thompson challenges the establishment by running for sheriff of Aspen. Stars Jay Bulger and Cheryl Hines.

October 27 – Born A Champion

Years after their original fight, a fighting legend takes on a bruising opponent who cheated in their first battle. Stars Dennis Quaid and Sean Patrick Flanery.

October 28 – Percy

A small-town farmer takes on one of the largest agriultural and food manufacturing corporations in the US. Stars Christopher Walken and Zach Braff.

October 29 – The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It

Ed and Lorraine Warren take on one of their biggest cases yet as they help a murder suspect using demonic possession as his defence. Stars Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson.

Photo credit: Warner Bros.
Photo credit: Warner Bros.

October 30 – Willy's Wonderland

When he takes on the job of a night janitor, a loner finds himself battling animatronic mascots with a taste for blood. Stars Nicolas Cage and Caylee Cowan.

October 31 – TBC

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