7:30 PM, 17th January, 2020
27 years after the events of Terminator 2: Judgement Day, Skynet sends a powerful new Terminator back in time to eliminate a person who will be key to the future of the resistance. But this time, its target isn’t John or Sarah Connor – instead it’s a mysterious young girl named Dani Ramos (Natalia Reyes). Fortunately for Dani, she finds herself aided by a hybrid cyborg-human (Mackenzie Davis), an antiquated T-800 Terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger) and none other than Sarah Connor (Linda Hamilton, reprising her iconic role).
Although technically the sixth instalment in the saga, Terminator: Dark Fate is a direct sequel to 1991’s T2 and disregards the sequels that have come since. Directed by Tim Miller (Deadpool) and with a story from James Cameron himself, Dark Fate rewrites the future to put the franchise back on track.
9:48 PM, 17th January, 2020
Grace (Samara Weaving) couldn’t be happier. She’s about to be married to the man of her dreams (Mark O’Brien) at his super-wealthy family’s luxurious estate. But on her wedding night, she discovers a time-honoured tradition that requires new members of the family to partake in a game. What begins as playful hide and seek, however, soon turns into a deadly game of cat and mouse as her eccentric new relatives (Adam Brody, Henry Czerny, Andie MacDowell) set out to hunt her down before sunrise.
Ready or Not is a smart, subversive and darkly funny horror film with a triumphant performance from Weaving and filled to the brim with thrilling action setpieces and sharp satire.