What's on NOW TV Sky Cinema | March 2019
Check out the best of what's available on NOW TV Sky Cinema this month.
NOW TV's Sky Cinema Pass allows you to watch every film featured on Sky Cinema completely on-demand and contract-free. Sky Cinema features a new premier every single day, meaning that there's always something to enjoy. NOW TV also allows you to watch Sky Cinema channels live, so you can tune in even if you can't decide what to watch right now. With such a huge library of hit movies available, it can be tough to decide what to check out first. Here's our pick of the best of what's available this month.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (Now)
This monster-packed sequel to the smash-hit Jurassic World sees Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard spring back into action to rescue a group of dinosaurs before the island they live on is destroyed by a deadly volcano. Out to stop them is the ever-present evil scientific research company, who want to sell the dinos as bioweapons to the highest bidder.
Part disaster film, part haunted house horror, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom takes the classic JP formula and turns it on its head with unique set pieces, boundless action and some surprisingly effective scares. If you’re after the classic dino thrills that the Jurassic Park films have always provided, Fallen Kingdom delivers in spades.
Deadpool 2 (March 15th)
The sequel to the riotously funny superhero adaptation, Deadpool 2 takes the Merc with the Mouth and introduces him to some more classic comic book characters, including some X-Men favourites. Josh Brolin joins the action as the cyborg mutant Cable, sent back in time to prevent a war and Zazie Beetz steals the show as Domino, whose superpower is that she’s permanently lucky.
Deadpool 2 retains the joke-a-minute formula of the first and mixes it up with some genuinely great action set-pieces and sci-fi intrigue. Fans of the original will obviously love this, but superhero fans who are a bit sick of the Marvel Cinematic Universe will also enjoy Deadpool 2’s chaotic approach to continuity. Watch it from March 15th.
Mandy (March 16th)
Nicolas Cage is back to his barmy best in this fine action/horror blend. Mandy sees Cage get bloody revenge for the death of his girlfriend after she’s murdered by a shady religious cult lead by a former Hollywood star.
Mandy provides sufficiently violent revenge thriller shocks in the wake of John Wick, but adds a twist of surrealism that gives it the edge over its contemporaries. The unique cinematography and memorable soundtrack makes the film feel like en extended nightmare, even if it does take a few minutes too long to get going.
First Reformed (March 24th)
First Reformed is a dark and disturbing drama starring Ethan Hawke as a troubled priest. Also starring Amanda Seyfried, First Reformed sees the priest fall further and further into darkness, all culminating in the thrilling final act.
Ethan Hawke has never been better as the ex-military chaplain and Seyfried shines as the wife of a disturbed environmental crusader. Paul Schrader (writer of Scorsese classics Taxi Driver and Raging Bull) does a fine job behind the camera, with some stunning visuals keeping you glued to the screen. Catch it from March 24th.
What is NOW TV?
NOW TV is a streaming service offered by Sky that allows you to watch content on-demand and contract-free. NOW TV offers a number of different ‘Passes' that allow you to watch different content. The Sky Cinema pass gives you access to movies that are shown on all Sky Cinema channels.
How much is the Sky Cinema Pass?
The Sky Cinema Pass is £9.99 per month. Users can cancel this at any time and re-subscribe whenever they want.
How do I get it?
Simply go to NOW TV, sign up for the Sky Cinema Pass and you'll be granted access to all the movies that Sky Cinema currently offers both live and on-demand.
What's available on Sky Cinema Pass?
Sky Cinema Pass allows you to watch all the movies available on Sky Cinema, both on-demand and live. You'll be able to tune into all Sky Cinema channels as they are broadcast, including Action, Disney, Comedy, Family, Thriller and Sci-Fi. You can also enjoy temporary channels whilst they are available. No matter what's broadcast on Sky Cinema, you'll be able to watch it on NOW TV.
What can I watch NOW TV on?
NOW TV supports a large number of devices for you to watch content on. Users can register up to 4 devices at once so you have plenty of options when watching. This includes desktop and laptop computers, Apple and Android smartphones and tablets, games consoles like the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and streaming devices like the Roku stick.
How often do new films appear?
Users can enjoy a new premiere every single day, meaning there's always something new to watch.