Add a little spice to your week and check out the newest movies currently playing in Cairo cinemas. Whether you’re looking for scary gasps or a mind-boggling mystery, you’ll find it in this week’s fresh batch of releases.
After not being able to protect his family from an unfortunate incident, Hutch (Bob Odenkirk) makes an attempt at redemption by protecting an unknown woman (Humberly Gonzales) from getting attacked. From director Ilya Naishuller, this dramatic action movie shows how Hutch’s noble efforts cause him to be targeted by a furious drug lord from whom he struggles to save himself and his family.
On his first day of training, a novice priest (Vadhir Derbez) has to work with a renowned exorcist, Father Peter Costello (Guy Pearce), as he faces a demonic threat. Through their continuing battle against Earth’s evil forces, the duo find themselves fighting their own demons. Written and directed by Justin P. Lange, this horror flick is sure to scare even the most courageous of hearts.
After a virus kills all the women in the New World, Todd’s surrogate parents lead him to believe that the virus unleashed Noise on the men of the world, causing them to have strange visions and driving them to the brink of insanity. Todd (Tom Holland) later flees his home with only a map of the New World, just to run into Viola (Daisy Ridley), a girl who may have the answers to silencing the Noise. From director Doug Liman, this Sci-Fi Adventure will definitely keep you on your toes for its entirety.
Directed by Andy Newbury, this mystery-thriller tells the story of London banker, Robert Atkinson (Mike Beckingham), who, wanting to leave his tedious life behind, agrees to take on a simple task. This singular action leads him down a vicious cycle of crime and violence, with no way out.
Based on a true story, this drama directed by Dominic Cooke tells the story of British businessman, Greville Wynne (Benedict Cumberbatch). Unknowingly recruited into MI6, Wynne forms an alliance with a soviet officer (Merab Ninidze), providing him with the intelligence needed to prevent an event later known as the Cuban Missile Crisis.