Even though it feels like the world of streaming has taken over, going to the cinema is still an experience. The atmospheric sound, the massive screen, and of course eating all of your popcorn before halftime. In November, we have instalments of the Marvel universe and The Hunger Games to enjoy, as well as an outback thriller set at an Aussie pub. Here’s a list of the hotly anticipated films dropping in Australian cinemas this month.
In the newest edition to the Marvel universe, Captain Marvel Carol Danvers gets her powers mixed up with two others, so they have to join forces to save the universe.
The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes
Set during the 10th Hunger Games, this new instalment follows Coriolanus Snow as he mentors and develops feelings for the District 12 tribute.
This drama thriller starring Jacob Elordi from Euphoria centres on an Oxford University student who is invited to stay at his classmate’s wealthy family estate for the summer.
One for the horror fans — specifically festive season slashers — this brutal number about a Thanksgiving-inspired killer in Massachusetts looks a frightfully fantastic choice for a scary movie night.
Ridley Scott directs a true story epic that showcases the rise and fall of French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte (played by Joaquin Phoenix) and his relentless journey to power.
The Royal Hotel
In this Australian outback thriller, two US backpackers take up a job at a remote Aussie pub, where they have a run-in with some disorderly locals.
From the producers of Pitch Perfect comes an outrageously hilarious high school film about two unpopular queer students who start a fight club to have sex before graduation.