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We are turning up the fun factor! Grownups pay kids prices with our Family Saver of 4 ticket at ODEON. Whether you are 2 Adults 2 Children, or 1 Adult 3 Children, simply select the family ticket option when you book online.

 

Top picks

Release date: 11 October

The yeti – one of the most frightening mythical beasties around – gets the DreamWorks treatment, and it turns out he’s more adorable than abominable (and even a touch magical) in this heartwarming adventure about a young girl who must help her furry new friend find his way home.

What to know:  Abominable is a thrilling and heartwarming new animated adventure from the same creators of How To Train Your Dragon trilogy.


Release date: 18 October

We all know Disney films can get surprisingly dark, and Angelina Jolie’s alternative take on Sleeping Beauty brings just the right amount of scares to its fairy-tale setting as good-fairy-turned-bad-turned-good Maleficent struggles to fight her true nature when a new evil emerges.

What to know:  Angelina Jolie returns as the conflicted Disney fairy, alongside Elle Fanning as Aurora and new entry Michelle Pfeiffer as Queen Ingrith.


Release date: 18 October

Stop-motion goes sci-fi in the latest woolly adventure from Shaun the Sheep, when a mischievous alien called Lu-La crash-lands on the farm and its furry inhabitants must embark on a fun-packed, E.T.-style mission to get their odd new buddy back to his home planet.

What to know:  As animated adventures go, A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon is out of this world it's actually Aardman Studio's first feature-length sequel.


Release date: 25 October

Are you clicking your fingers yet? The creepiest, kookiest family are back in animated form for a hilarious adventure filled with bizarre characters, outlandish pranks and pop culture references to keep the whole family entertained.

What to know: They're creepy and they’re kooky, mysterious and spooky - and the voice cast is tremendously talented: Oscar Isaac (Gomez), Charlize Theron (Morticia), Finn Wolfhard (Pugsley), Chloe Grace Moretz (Wednesday) and Bette Midler (Grandma).