Leaving Sky Cinema in October 2017

Here are the films that you have the last chance to see on Sky Cinema during October 2017! It certainly looks like we are slowly losing from the Disney Cinema channel, with Pirates of the Caribbean going this month!


Sunday 1 October
​​Scouts Guide To The Zombie Apocalypse – Comedy

Monday 2 October
​​The Rendlesham UFO Incident – Sky-Fi

Tuesday 3 October
​​Me And Earl And The Dying Girl – Hits

Saturday 7 October
​​Blade Runner – Sky-Fi

Wednesday 11 October
​​Spud – Comedy

Thursday 12 October
​​Spud 2: The Madness Continues – Comedy
​​Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl – Disney
​​Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods – Family

Friday 13 October
​​Spud 3: Learning to Fly – Comedy
​​Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest – Disney
​​Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ – Family

Saturday 14 October
​​Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End – Disney
​​The Intern – Hits
​​Notting Hill – Hits
​​Crimson Peak – Select
​​Narcopolis – Sci-Fi & Horror

Tuesday 17 October
​​Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials – Sci-FI & Horror
​​Time Out Of Mind – Select
​Burnt – Drama & Romance

Wednesday 18 October
​​When Animals Dream – Select
​​Wild Wild West – Hits

Friday 20 October
​Ratatouille – Animation

Saturday 21 October
​​4 Minute Mile – Drama & Romance

Sunday 22 October
​​The Martian – Sci-Fi & Horror
​​Sister Act – Greats

Monday 23 October
​​The Benefactor – Drama & Romance

Wednesday 25 October
​​Welcome To Me – Comedy

Saturday 28 October
​​Sixteen – Drama & Romance

Sunday 29 October
​​Romancing The Stone – Greats

Monday 30 October
​​Tokyo Tribe – Select

Tuesday 31 October
​​Grosse Pointe Blank – Greats
​​When Harry Met Sally… – Greats
​​The Burning – Select

2 thoughts on “Leaving Sky Cinema in October 2017

  1. I love Disney but who actually wants a streaming service for just their films and TV instead of them letting their stuff on others? It’s just market greed and I wish (upon a star) that they were better than that

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    • Totally agree! I can take or leave them tbh as don’t often pick them to watch out of choice. But it certainly looks they are heading that way with the films which have been leaving Sky Cinema in recent months.


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