WREN (Victoria Justice) is thrilled when dreamboat Aaron (Thomas McDonell) invites her to his Halloween party. Alas, the young woman’s excitement is extinguished when her mother reveals she is going to a party with her boyfriend. This condemns Wren to babysitting her destructive little brother, Albert (Jackson Nicoll). Suitably aggrieved, Wren heads into the night with best friend April and Albert in tow. At a haunted house, Wren loses her little brother and she encourages April and debate team school mates Roosevelt (Thomas Mann) and Peng (Osric Chau) to help her search for the oddball tyke.
RUST AND BONE (15)
STEPHANIE (Marion Cotillard) trains killer whales but her working relationship with these majestic creatures ends when one orca severs her legs, resulting in a double amputation. An earlier one-night stand with hulking Belgian brute Ali (Matthias Schoenaerts) - a single father who doesn’t know how to care for his six-year-old son Sam (Armand Verdure) – sows the seeds of an unconventional romance. He has come to Antibes to forge a better life for the boy and ekes out a meagre living as a nightclub bouncer, making extra money in bare-knuckle brawls that leave him beaten to a bloody pulp.
FOR A GOOD TIME, CALL... (18)
LAUREN (Lauren Anne Miller) and Katie (Ari Graynor) have nurtured mutual revulsion since an unfortunate incident at college. In the intervening decade, their paths have diverged. Katie drives men wild with her pole-dancing antics and makes cash on the side as a phone sex operator and when Lauren’s boyfriend dumps her shortly before she loses her job, mutual gay friend Jesse suggests that single Lauren moves in with Katie in her Manhattan apartment. Reluctantly, Lauren agrees and when she overhears her new flat mate having far too much fun on the telephone, decides to unleash her inner sex goddess.
WITH James Bond (Daniel Craig) reportedly killed in action, section chief M (Dame Judi Dench) pens an obituary as a political storm rages around her. A database of MI6 assets has fallen into the wrong hands, compromising undercover agents.
This dereliction of duty puts M in the firing line and they are summoned to Westminster before a committee including the new Chairman of the Intelligence And Security Committee, Mallory (Ralph Fiennes).
While M fends off sustained attacks on her reputation, news filters through that Bond has survived and M engages her physically bruised agent to track down menacing cyber terrorist Raoul Silva (Javier Bardem).
Working alongside Q (Ben Whishaw) and field agent Eve (Naomie Harris), Bond traverses the globe in search of Silva, crossing paths with the mysterious Severine (Berenice Marlohe).
FRANKENWEENIE 3D (PG)
VICTOR Frankenstein (voiced by Charlie Tahan) is an outcast in the sleepy community of New Holland, where he lives with his parents (Martin Short, Catherine O'Hara). His only friend is the family's bull terrier Sparky, who has a crush on Persephone, the pampered black poodle that lives next door with Victor's classmate Elsa Van Helsing (Ryder).
When tragedy strikes and Sparky is laid to rest in the pet cemetery, Victor is plunged into despair.
Then teacher Mr Rzykruski (Martin Landau) plants the seed of an outlandish idea. In the dead of night, the boy digs up Sparky, constructs a machine to harness lightning and the dog is reborn.
MADAGASCAR 3: EUROPE'S MOST WANTED (PG)
ALEX (voiced by Ben Stiller), Marty (Chris Rock), Melman (David Schwimmer) and Gloria (Jada Pinkett Smith) hanker for a return to New York's Central Park Zoo.
They leave Africa and head first to Monte Carlo to reunite with the penguins, where the gang has a close encounter with tenacious animal control officer Captain Chantel DuBois.
Alex and co seek refuge on a circus train and persuade Vitaly the tiger (Bryan Cranston), Gia the jaguar (Jessica Chastain) and Stefano the sea lion (Martin Short) that they are performing animals too. Alex, Marty, Melman and Gloria nervously train alongside the professionals, knowing they must impress a big promoter in Rome in order to secure a booking in the Big Apple.
1 (-) Skyfall
2 (2) Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted
3 (5) Hotel Transylvania
4 (3) Taken 2
5 (-) Silent Hill
6 (4) Paranormal Activity 4
7 (7) Frankenweenie
8 (-) Rust And Bone
9 (-) Fun Size
10 (6) Sinister
Chart courtesy of Cineworld Cinemas: www.cineworld.co.uk