Fantasy / Sci-Fi

‘Alice in Wonderland’

Tim Burton’s interpretation in 2010 of Alice falling into the unknown world of Wonderland.

‘Back to the Future’

Robert Zemeckis directs this 1985 classic, where Marty McFly travels back to 1955, discovering his parents’ high school life.

‘Big Fish’

A Tim Burton film about a son desperate to find out the truth to his father’s stories and to uncover what kind of man he truly was. Released in 2003.

‘Bridge to Terabithia’

Based on the novel by Katherine Paterson, this 2007 film adaptation follows two young children as they create a fantasy Kingdom in the woods using only their imagination. Directed by Gabor Csupo.

‘Christopher Robin’

Marc Forster brings this Disney classic to life, as Winnie the Pooh goes on an adventure outside of Hundred Acre Wood. Released in 2018.


Kenneth Branagh directs this beautiful interpretation of this classic Disney Princess in 2015.

‘The Divergent Series: Divergent’

This alternate world brings five factions to life in a strict, fenced city. When Beatrice doesn’t fit in with one faction in particular, she tries to hide amongst the most life-threatening faction of them all, Dauntless. Based on the book of the same name by Veronica Roth and directed by Neil Burger in 2014.

‘The Divergent Series: Insurgent’

Robert Schwentke brings the second Divergent film in 2015. After the destruction of the first film, Tris and Four are on the run as hunted fugitives.

‘The Divergent Series: Allegiant’

Robert Schwentke is back with the third Divergent film of 2016. Tris, Four, Caleb, Peter and Christina explore what’s beyond the wall.


Matt Damon stars in this 2017 film of a new scientific discovery which shrinks people to five inches tall. This comedy-drama is directed by Alexander Payne.


Tim Burton reimagines this Disney Classic of a flying elephant from 1941. Released in 2019.


A Christopher Nolan film with Leonardo DiCaprio, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Tom Hardy and more. Extractors who delve into other peoples dreams are sent on a mission unlike any before. Released in 2010.

‘In Time’

A world where time is the controller in lives and all Justin Timberlake’s character wants to do is be the sci-fi Robin Hood. Released in 2011 by Andrew Niccol.

‘Jurassic Park’

Steven Spielberg brings the first Jurassic Park to life when betrayal occurs and dinosaurs escape. Released in 1993.

‘Jurassic Park: The Lost World’

Jeff Goldblum returns to a new island with dinosaurs as he is haunted from his memories of four years before. Directed by Steven Spielberg in 1997.

‘Jurassic Park III’

A change in director, Joe Johnston directs this 2001 third Jurassic Park film, where Dr Alan Grant returns to Isla Sorna where dinosaurs roam free.

‘Jurassic World’

This 2015 film brings another disaster of a dinosaur breaking free and creating havoc in the jungle. Directed by Colin Trevorrow.

‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’

2018 brings the second Jurassic World film of dinosaurs being the ones needed to be saved from a natural disaster. Directed by J.A. Bayona.

‘Lara Croft: Tomb Raider’

Angelina Jolie stars as archaeologist Lara Croft in a save the world adventure. Directed by Simon West in 2001.


This sci-fi action thriller stars Scarlett Johansson as Lucy who starts to adopt superhuman mind powers when a drug is planted inside her. Directed by Luc Besson in 2014.


Robert Stromberg in 2014, portrays a very different version of ‘Sleeping Beauty’ from the perspective of Angelina Jolie’s Maleficent.

‘Mirror Mirror’

This Snow White inspired fantasy drama follows Lily Collins as our main protagonist as she her kingdom is under the control of the wicked queen played by Julia Roberts. Directed by Tarsem Singh in 2012.

‘The Mummy’

Travelling back to 1999 in Egypt with Stephen Sommers’ first Mummy film, when a mummy is accidentally let loose on the world.

‘The Mummy Returns’

Stephen Sommers back in 2001 with the second Mummy film, and the potential end of the world crisis.

‘The Mummy’

2017 brings a new film of Tom Cruise, Annabelle Wallis and Jake Johnson finding an ancient Egyptian mummy and accidentally bringing her into present life. Directed by Alex Kurtzman.

‘Nanny McPhee’

Introducing Emma Thompson as the government (magical) nanny and introducing Colin Firth and his seven naughty children as they are on a journey where rules are to be obeyed. Directed by Kirk Jones in 2005.

‘Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang’

Emma Thompson is back as Nanny McPhee as she introduces herself into the Green family during the war. Directed by Susanna White in 2010.

‘The Nutcracker and the Four Realms’

Disney brings to life an adventure of four lands – sweets, amusement, flowers and snowflakes. Directed by Lasse Hallstrom and Joe Johnston in 2018.


While travelling 120 years to a new planet, two people awake 90 years too soon. Starring Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence in Morton Tyldum’s 2016 film.

‘Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl’

Gore Verbinski directs the beginning of the pirates at sea including Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow. Be introduced to all the characters from 2003.

‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest’

Gore Verbinski directs this second film of this pirate fantasy series. We continue to follow Captain Jack Sparrow, Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann as they sail the seas of the Caribbean. Released in 2006.

‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge’

Joachim Ronning and Espen Sandberg bring to life the fifth Pirates of the Caribbean with the return of Captain Jack Sparrow and a new enemy, Salazar, a dead man dominating the sea killing everyone in sight. Released in 2017.

‘Scooby-Doo The Movie’

The first of the classic Scooby-Doo films coming away from television to great films. Released in 2002 by Raja Gosnell.

‘Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed’

The second of the Scooby-Doo films, directed by Raja Gosnell in 2004, where Scooby and Shaggy don’t feel part of the Mystery Inc team.

‘Slaughterhouse Rulez’

Simon Pegg and Nick Frost return for a film set in a boarding school where a sink hole appears and everyone’s lives are at risk. Directed by Crispian Mills in 2018.

‘Sucker Punch’

Emily Browning plays the young girl who, after she is institutionalised, escapes into a fantasy action world to escape her horrible reality. Zack Snyder directs this 2011 film.


Based on the book of the same name written by Stephenie Meyer, Catherine Hardwicke directs the first of its series in 2008 where we are introduced to the vampires living in Forks.

‘Twilight: New Moon’

This is the second film of its series based on the novels by Stephenie Meyer directed by Chris Weitz. The Cullen family move away from Forks, leaving Bella on her own, instead she turns to Jacob and learns about his family history instead. Released in 2009.

‘Twilight: Eclipse’

Stephenie Meyer’s third novel is directed by David Slade in this film. The Cullen family are faced with a new threat when they discover an army of vampires is being created in a nearby town. Released in 2010.

‘Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 1’

The fourth in its series, released in 2011. Bella and Edward take their relationship to a new level, but they soon have to return home and the treaty with the Wolf Pack is broken. Directed by Bill Condon.

‘Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2’

The final film of the Twilight series, continuing the story between Edward and Bella, but this time they run into a disastrous issue with the Volturi which ends in chaos. Released in 2012, directed by Bill Condon.

‘Vampire Academy’

Based on the novel by Richelle Mead, this teen vampire-based film follows two best friends as they become hunted and tracked down for the special powers they possess. Directed by Mark Waters in 2014.