Sky Movies in March/April

I use Sky Movies a lot to catch up with films that I missed on the cinema release but also as an introduction to some other films that did not manage to get a cinema release. With the On Demand options as well they really do have a massive amount of films available to watch both old and new.

I thought I would start blogging more about which films are coming soon to Sky Movies for the UK based followers of Let’s Go To The Movies, making it easier for you to find a place with the latest Sky Movies news!

Inside OutReview – From Friday 25th March


A truly fantastic film from Pixar and really will tug at your heartstrings. If you did not see this one at the cinema then you really do have to make the effort to watch it on Sky Movies when it is available! What better to watch over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend?

San AndreasReview – Available Now

By no means the best film in the world but a great addition to the disaster film genre with The Rock as engaging as ever really pulling out all of the stops in this one!


Terminator: GenisysReview – Available Now

The next stage of the Terminator series, I actually enjoyed it a lot more than I expected. I know die hard fans of the series weren’t very impressed so why not check it out for yourself?

Spooks: The Greater Good Review – From Friday 18th March

A big screen outing for the very popular UK show. A show I had no knowledge about whatsoever, therefore I found it worked very well as a standalone spy film.

Age Of AdelineReview – Available Now

A romantic drama that will keep you wondering just how it is going to end. I personally wasn’t the biggest fan as a couple of the twists were a little bit strange in all honesty. But if you are into your romance then you will like it.

Son Of A Gun – Available Now

Anything with Ewan McGregor is worth a watch still isn’t it?

The Salvation – From Friday 18th March

I haven’t seen this one but it does sound very interesting, with a lot of gore and a build up of bodies . . .

Robot Overlords –  From Friday 25th March (or 18th on Demand)

In a future Britain run by Robots with a curfew in place and chips. A group of kids figure out how to remove the chips. Haven’t seen this one either but might just give it a watch! Links in with the Sky Movies Robots channel.

The Captive – From Friday 1st April (or 25th On Demand)

Ryan Reynolds always seems to deliver in some kind of way, surprised I hadn’t heard of this one. But maybe it was made around a similar time to other kidnapping films? As that is the approach for this one.

Sky Movies Robots – From Monday (14/03/16)


Disaster Movie Season

This genre of film certainly seems to contain quite a few of my guilty pleasures so I am looking forward to being able to turn the TV on to see them all in a row over and over again.

Spielberg Season

Who doesn’t admire the work Steven Spielberg has done over the years? Well this season certainly is one for me!

Sky Movies Disney 3rd Birthday

It’s almost been a whole three year since Sky Movies introduced it’s Disney channel. Which shows yes all Disney films all of the time, both live action and animated.

Jurassic WorldReview – From Friday 1st April

We eventually got to return to the Jurassic world and this time it was worth it again. I will certainly be watching this film again when it comes onto Sky in April.

Knock KnockReview – From Friday 8th April (or 1st April On Demand)


This film took the top spot in my top 10 worst films of 2015, with very good reason. Supposed to be a horror/thriller but turns out to be a comedy. Some of it really is outright hilarious!

Magic Mike XL – From Friday 8th April

I didn’t rush to see this one at the cinema as I wasn’t the biggest fan of the first film. Probably a film that will see more viewings when its on TV next month.

Pixels – From Friday 15th April

This film made it to the top of most people’s worst of 2015 lists, I might just see how bad it really was when it comes to Sky in April. Unless anyone really advises me not to do that?

SouthpawReview – From Friday 22nd April


A good boxing drama so if you missed this one a good film to catch up with.
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7 thoughts on “Sky Movies in March/April

  1. The Salvation – saw this at the 2014 LFF. International cast includes Eric Cantona. This is a western from Denmark (mostly in English). Be interested to see what you think of it.

    Jurassic World – Really enjoyed this blockbuster, more than I expected.

    Son Of A Gun – Also starring Alicia Vikander, before she became famous.

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    • I started watching Son of a Gun last night but was nodding off, was interesting to begin with. I’ll need to catch up with it.

      The Salvation really sounds like an interesting one!


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