By David Zou
There may only be four months left of 2017, but there are still plenty of films to look forward to. Winter sees the release of eagerly awaited films such as The Last Jedi, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, Coco, Bright and The Greatest Showman.
However, before that, there is an abundance of great films due to be released this Fall. This list looks at some of the films due for release over the next few months, which are sure to excite cinemagoers. Which ones are you most looking forward to?
10. The Snowman
Release date: 13th October (U.K). 20th October (USA).
What is it about? The Snowman is based on the global bestselling novel of the same name by author Jo Nesbo. When a young boy finds his missing mother’s favourite scarf wrapped around the neck of a sinister looking snowman, crime squad lead detective Harry Hole (played by Michael Fassbender) is called in to investigate. He soon begins to suspect that a serial killer is on the loose.
With the help of recruit Katrine Bratt (Rebecca Ferguson), they must work against the clock to connect decades old cases to the horrifying new one in hopes of catching the culprit before he strikes again on the next snowfall.
Why you should watch it: The trailer is full of high tension and dread inducing scenes, which suggests that The Snowman could be a nerve wracking and uneasy watch. The film has a distinctly Nordic noir vibe, which is enhanced by the wintry and snow filled shots and locations.
Nordic noir is renowned for being dark and morally complex, but is also highly engaging and usually involves the uncovering of long hidden secrets. Director Tomas Alfredson also directed 2008’s ‘Let the Right One In, so audiences can expect horror style → continue…
From:: Taste Of Cinema