Must See Movies: December

At Reel Steel we want to make sure you’re getting the most of your cinematic enthusiasm, so each month we put together our short list of some of the best new releases, from popcorn munching explosion fests to the often weird and wonderful.
Take a look at the trailers below and see this month’s recommendations…


Sorry To Bother You
released Friday December 7th, 2018

Cassius Green finds himself on the way to the top after he discovers a magical key that leads to material glory. His success grabs the attention of CEO Steve Lift, who draws him into a surreal no-morals corporate world.

The directorial debut from Boots Riley, Sorry To Bother You is a a fresh, vivid and boldly satirical comedy starring Lakeith Stanfield (Get Out, Atlanta), Tessa Thompson (Annihilation, Thor: Ragnarok) and Armie Hammer (Call Me By Your Name).


The Old Man and The Gun
released Friday December 7th, 2018




The Old Man and The Gun is based on the true story of Forrest Tucker – from his audacious escape from San Quentin prison at the age of 70, to an unprecedented string of bank robberies that captured the public’s imagination and left authorities dumbfounded.

From director David Lowery (A Ghost Story, Ain’t Them Bodies Saints), this charming film is the latest in the iconic career of actor Robert Redford.


The House That Jack Built
released Friday December 14th, 2018



Matt Dillon plays serial killer Jack, who leads us through his thought processes behind his increasingly more depraved acts of murder which he names “incidents”.
Following Jack over 12 years as he viscerally illustrates the murders that establish him as a ‘sophisticated’ serial killer, he gains confidence and flair, working towards his own twisted masterpiece.

After it’s controversial screening at the Cannes Film Festival, director Lars von Trier (Melancholia, Dogville, Dancer In The Dark) returns with a jaw-dropping serial killer thriller that explores violence and art, and violence as art.



If you’ve missed some of the film highlights of the year, you can see a selection of the Best Films of 2018 from the Showroom Cinema this month – from Isle of Dogs, to BlacKkKlansman and more: