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New in Cairo Cinemas: Here’s What to Expect from this Week’s Batch of New Releases

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New in Cairo Cinemas: Here’s What to Expect from this Week’s Batch of New Releases
written by
Arwa Hezzah

Take the time to enjoy a new movie this week with the most recently released films in Cairo Cinemas. Featuring a collection of creepy horror movies, dramatic mysteries, and wholesome animated films, this week’s newest cinema releases are sure to have what you’re looking for.


Directed by Chloe Zhao, this Western drama tells the story of Fern (Frances McDormand), a woman in her sixties who has lost everything. Set after the Great Recession, the movie shows how events unfold as Fern decides to leave everything behind and take on life as a modern-day nomad in the American West.

Don’t Look Back

After several individuals witnessed a man getting fatally assaulted and did nothing about it, something begins targeting each of them, one by one. This horror-mystery, directed by Jeffrey Reddick, follows Caitlin (Kourtney Bell), who finds herself in a terrifying situation when the other witnesses start dying and she has to find the attacker before it’s too late for her.

Maya the Bee 3: The Golden Orb

Part three of the Maya the Bee film trilogy. This animated adventure, directed by Noel Cleary, follows the driven bee, Maya (Coco Jack Gillies), and her best friend Willy (Benson Jack Anthony) as they embark on an adventure to save an ant from a group of vicious beetles. After they successfully rescue the ant, she sends them on a mission to deliver The Golden Orb, which they have to protect at all costs, up to the Bonsai Mountains.

Godzilla vs. Kong

Two massive legendary beasts clash in this Sci-Fi action, directed by (Adam Wingard). Humanity is at stake in Godzilla vs. Kong, as the two monsters battle each other while Dr Nathan Lind (Alexander Skarsgård) attempts to discover the origins of the creatures, hoping to finally find a way to put an end to them both.

Patients of a Saint

This horror flick, directed by (Russell Owen), takes place in a maximum-security prison located on a remote island, which houses the world’s most dangerous criminals. After a medical experiment takes a wrong turn at the prison, the island becomes a terrifying, zombie-ridden place, forcing an inmate (Jess Chanliau) and a prison guard to form a team to survive.