MAX WINSLOW AND THE HOUSE OF SECRETS
Family Sci-Fi Lands in Dublin – Only in Cinemas from Friday
Max Winslow and the House of Secrets is an exciting new film featuring familiar faces from some of the biggest streaming television dramas and film franchises of the last few years. It opens exclusively in cinemas this coming Friday (December 18), screening in Dublin at Vue, ODEON Charlestown and Coolock, as well as IMC’s Savoy, Santry and Dun Laoghaire cinemas. From December 26 it opens at Omniplex Rathmines and from December 27 will be playing at Movies @ Dundrum and Swords.
“Such a cool movie and really exciting throughout”
The family Sci-Fi feature stars Sydne Mikelle as the young tech genius Max, who along with four fellow students – including Cobra Kai’s Tanner Buchanan – are invited to the home of an eccentric billionaire (Riverdale’s Chad Michael Murray) to compete in a game to win his mansion. The night takes a dark turn when the teens become trapped in the house and are forced to face off against each other and an evil AI entity (Star Trek and Family Guy’s Marina Sirtis) who controls everything in the house, including their fate.
★★★★ The Fan Carpet
“Tanner Buchanan, shows that he’s a star, bringing a gravitas and warmth to Connor”
The young cast also features On My Block’s Jason Genao, American Horror Story’s Anton Starkman and Jade Chynoweth (Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice).
Directed by four-time Emmy Award winner Sean Olson, Max Winslow and the House of Secrets was released in England and Scotland for October half-term, where it received rave reviews from critics as well as parent bloggers and influencers, who praised the young cast’s performances and the film’s sheer entertainment value for the whole family. Now that restrictions have lifted in Ireland, audiences can watch this family thriller at their local cinema.
★★★★ Film Hounds
“Max Winslow and the House of Secrets will certainly keep the kids entertained and has enough going for it to please parents too”
★★★★ Cryptic Rock
“Max Winslow and the House of Secrets is apt to be a fun foray into the Sci-Fi Thriller, and one that parents can enjoy, as well.”
“Spoiler – we loved it!” The Gingerbread House
Max Winslow and the House of Secrets is a 12A Cert and opens in Ireland from Friday, December 18. To book tickets visit the cinemas’ websites or go to www.maxwinslowfilm.co.uk