What will you watch in Irish cinemas this month? LOVE, ROSIE Directed by: Christian DitterStarring: Sam Claffin, Lily Collins, Christian Cooke, Tamsin EgertonRelease Date: October 22nd 2014Based on Cecelia Ahearn’s second book – WHERE RAINBOWS END – LOVE ROSIE attempts to answer the age old question of whether childhood best friends will ever realise their true feelings for one another.Rosie (Lily Collins) and Alex (Sam Claffin) have been best friends since they were small kids, and could not possibly be right for one another romantically, but when it comes to making the right choices, the two seem to be their own worst enemies. THE REWRITE Directed by: Marc LawrenceStarring: Marisa Tomei, Allison Janney, Hugh Grant, JK Simmons, Bella HeathcoteRelease Date: October 8th 2014Writer’s block can be horrible, take it from us, so we can definitely relate to the plot of THE REWRITE; Keith (Hugh Grant) is a screenwriter whose most successful days seem to be behind him. In a slump, Keith leaves Hollywood and takes up teaching at an East Coast college where he meets Holly (Marisa Tomei) a woman who will change his life. THE BABADOOK Directed by: Jennifer KentStarring: Essie Davis, Daniel Henshall, Noah Wiseman, Tim PurcellRelease Date: October 24th 2014It’s October, so it must be horror movie month, but Australian horror movie THE BABADOOK is shaping up to be the scariest movie of the year so far! Screened at Sundance to critical acclaim, THE BABADOOK is the story of Amelia (Essie Davis), a single mum struggling to being up her son after the violent death of her husband. When Amelia’s son finds a disturbing storybook called Mister Babadook, he is convinced that the creature in the book is haunting his dreams. Amelia must decide whether this is the imaginings of a disturbed child, or something far for terrifying. GOLD Directed by: Niall HeeryStarring: Maisie Williams, James Nesbitt, David Wilmot, Kerry CondonRelease Date: October 10th 2014Twelve years after he left town because his childhood sweetheart dumped him and took his child away, Ray (David Wilmot) returns to see his ailing father. Ray decides to catch up with his former partner Alice (Kerry Condon) and his daughter Abbie (Maisie Williams), only to discover that Alice is dating his former high school PE teacher Frank (James Nesbitt). THE MAZE RUNNER Directed by: Wes BallStarring: Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Will Poulter, Kaya Scodelario, Dylan O’BrienRelease Date: October 10th 2014Based on James Dashner’s young adult novel of the same name, THE MAZE RUNNER follows Thomas (Dylan O’Brien), a young man who is dropped into a community of young men, and realises that his memory has been wiped. The boys soon realise that they are at the centre of a maze, and must find a way to escape.