American Express Late Release runs from 9am Monday 28 September until 9am Saturday 17 October, when cardmembers can book two tickets for £28 across participating West End Cinemas.
To book tickets enter ‘AMEXOFFER’ in the promotional code box on the right for the promotion to be activated on the seating plan.
Tickets must be purchased with your American Express card. This ticket offer includes screenings in the following venues: Vue Leicester Square, Curzon Soho, Picturehouse Central, Cineworld Haymarket and Odeon Leicester Square and excludes Gala screenings and weekday matinees.
Here are just some of the screenings eligible for the offer. To see the full list click on the ‘Step two’ box above
|Saturday 10 October 2015 11:30, Odeon Leicester Square||Buy|
During occupation by the Japanese army in 1933, the Korean resistance hires three professional killers to strike back against the enemy.
|Tuesday 13 October 2015 21:15, Vue West End Cinema, Screen 5||Buy|
Acclaimed Thai director Apichatpong Weerasethakul returns with a typically sublime, lyrical and visually ravishing tale of a unit of soldiers afflicted by a strange malady.
|Friday 09 October 2015 18:15, Picturehouse Central, Screen 1||Buy|
|Sunday 11 October 2015 15:00, Cineworld Haymarket, Screen 1||Buy|
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, ten actors landed themselves small roles in Star Wars. Here are their stories.
|Saturday 10 October 2015 18:30, Curzon Soho Cinema, Screen 1||Buy|
From the visionary director of J-horror classic Ringu comes a new tale of terror.
|Friday 09 October 2015 20:45, Cineworld Haymarket, Screen 1||Buy|
A chilling chamber piece from Jennifer’s Body director, Karyn Kasuama.
|Sunday 18 October 2015 18:00, Cineworld Haymarket, Screen 1||Buy|
An affectionate portrait of the soul singer who died at too young an age, featuring stunning archival footage.
|Friday 09 October 2015 18:15, Curzon Soho Cinema, Screen 1||Buy|
Brazilian filmmaker Walter Salles paints a fascinating portrait of Chinese Sixth Generation director Jia Zhangke as they travel to the many locations featured in his films.
|Sunday 18 October 2015 12:15, Picturehouse Central, Screen 1||Buy|
Shakespeare, vaudeville and men-in-tights: Cole Porter’s greatest musical is transformed into a big screen 3D extravaganza.
|Saturday 10 October 2015 18:30, Cineworld Haymarket, Screen 1||Buy|
The insider guide to forty years of Saturday Night Live, the most influential comedy sketch show in US TV history, from the stars who defined it.
|Sunday 18 October 2015 20:45, Vue West End Cinema, Screen 7||Buy|
Hong Kong crime director par excellence Johnnie To offers up an equally exuberant, financial-world set musical that has to be seen to be believed.
|Sunday 11 October 2015 18:15, Curzon Soho Cinema, Screen 1||Buy|
Vincent Cassel stars as a charismatic papa leading a family of women and pint-size assassins.