We’re all feeling it: the bitter chill of an autumn breeze as soon as you step foot outside your door, the measly warmth of a dying heat lamp in pub gardens, the damp splatter of mud coating your jeans on your post-work walk. Maybe it’s time to head inside and take in a film on the big screen (with some fresh popcorn doubling as your hot water bottle).
Thankfully, Fever are way ahead of you. They had a chat with Vue and the gracious pair have decided to treat us to some special tickets. For a price of £4.99 you can enjoy a range of brilliant films, on any day and at any time you fancy.
Vue know how to make a cinema trip extra memorable and not only do these tickets promise a brilliant big screen experience, but they’re also valid until October 2022. So if you find yourself swept up in late nights at work, long-awaited family plans or last-minute Christmas commitments, you’ll still have plenty of time to redeem it online or at your local Vue.
Now comes the hard part: what exactly to see? We are spoilt for choice with some big films that have been lying in wait over the pandemic. Marvel fans have no doubt been counting down the days until Eternals hits. The shiny new team of immortal heroes not only consists of stars such as Angelina Jolie, Salma Hayek, Richard Madden and Gemma Chan, but promises some epic blockbuster battles against cosmic villains. Plus, we’ll hopefully find out where they were hiding when that whole Thanos thing happened.
Elsewhere horror fans can get their fix with Edgar Wright’s Last Night in Soho, Timothee Chalamet-devotees and fantasy enthusiasts will be in their element in front of Dune and, for those who can’t get enough of Wes Anderson’s oddball characters and pastel aesthetic, there’s his stylish homage to journalists, The French Dispatch. Just keep in mind, if you have your heart set on all those 3D bells and whistles, the code is only valid for 2D showings.
These wonderful tickets are only available for a limited time so don’t delay. After all, it is the perfect excuse to escape the humdrum of everyday life, sink into a plush seat and retreat into cinematic worlds. As if we needed one really?