Missed These Films in August? 5 New Releases to Watch in September

Can't decide what film to rent this month? We’ve got you covered. Check out our quick guide to the newest August films that you simply have to see.

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  • Head Full of Honey (2018)

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    2h 8min

    A widower (Nick Nolte) grows increasingly frustrated as Alzheimer's starts to claim the memories of his loved ones. He soon embarks on a remarkable journey when his young granddaughter (Sophia Lane Nolte) takes him to Venice, Italy - the city where he met his beloved wife.

  • Avengers: Endgame (2019) Avengers 4

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    2h 53min

    The fourth instalment of the 'Avengers' series is the once-in-a-lifetime culmination of 22 interconnected films and the climax of an epic journey. Earth's, heroes will finally understand how fragile our reality is - and the sacrifices that must be made to uphold it - in a story of friendship, teamwork and setting aside differences to overcome an impossible obstacle.

    Director:
    Anthony Russo
    Cast:
    Robert Downey Jr., Taika Waititi, Chris Evans
    Genre:
    Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Thrillers
    Availability:
    DVD, Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D, 4K Blu-ray
  • Maborosi (1995) Maboroshi no Hikari / Illusion

    1h 49min

    Yumiko, her infant son and her husband Ikuo live in Osaka and are an apparently contented family. But Yumiko's life is shattered by Ikuo's sudden death and the lingering question over whether it was an accident or suicide. When she remarries years later it seems she might find happiness again with Tamio until, after a trip back to Osaka, troubling memories begin to haunt her.

    Director:
    Hirokazu Koreeda
    Cast:
    Makiko Esumi, Takashi Naitô, Tadanobu Asano
    Genre:
    Drama
    Availability:
    DVD, Blu-ray
  • The Blood of a Poet (1932) Le sang d'un poète

    0h 51min

    Originally released in 1932, 'The Blood of a Poet's Jean Cocteau was not only a director but also an artist, poet, playwright and novelist. He was widely regarded as one of the most pioneering and important avant-garde directors cinema has produced. Though often described as a poet first and foremost, Cocteau's films were also infused with the phantasmagorical surrealist imagery and rich symbolism characteristic of all his work. In an artist's studio, an unfinished statue comes to life. The lips of its androgynous face move, pressing a kiss to the artist's hand. At the statue's demand, he plunges it into a mirror.

    Director:
    Jean Cocteau
    Cast:
    Enrique Rivero, Elizabeth Lee Miller, Pauline Carton
    Genre:
    Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Classics, Drama
    Availability:
    DVD, Blu-ray
  • 63 Up (2019)

    2h 23min

    The original '7 Up', first broadcast in 1964 as a 'World in Action' special, featured children from widely different social backgrounds sharing their hopes and dreams for the future. This unique, groundbreaking series set out to discover how far the children's lives were pre-determined by their upbringing. Director Michael Apted has returned every seven years to chart the group's progress, documenting the participants as they have become adults and entered middle-age, dealing with everything life has thrown at them in between; the very first example of a programme recording real people living real lives, this memorable series has won an array of awards.

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