Monthly Archives: October 2016

Happy Hallowe’en! Wanna see a scary movie?

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Happy Hallowe’en everyone!

If you’re a regular reader of the Movies4Kids blog/news pages, you’ll have read our previous Hallowe’en movie round-up of the scary (but not too scary) movies you can watch with your kids tonight (and if not, you can catch up with it here).

Here’s something different for this Hallowe’en, a special Movies4Kids collection of some of the greatest, most fun, creepy and cool Hallowe’en movies for kids (no 18 certificate films included!). Hope you like it, and if you do, please give it a thumbs up on YouTube and subscribe to the Movies4Kids channel!

 

20 Grossest Things Parents Do (according to their kids)

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It’s Halloween today, so it’s the perfect time to find out what things we parents do that our kids find truly horrific (so we can do them some more).

The survey  of UK kids was carried out to celebrate the return of CBBC TV series Scream Street, with new episodes starting tonight at 6pm. In case you’ve never seen it, Scream Street is the horror comedy series for kids based on the book series of the same name that follows the adventures of Luke Watson, who would be a regular teenager if it wasn’t for that pesky werewolf gene!

Check out the trailer for tonight’s Halloween special by clicking here and get ready for the 20 Ways Parents Gross Out Their Kids… (how many are you guilty of?)

 

1. Kissing them at the school gates / in public

2. Telling them off in public

3. Wiping food off their face

4. Holding their hand

5. Sharing embarrassing photos of them

6. Farting in public

7. Telling embarrassing jokes

8. Snogging

9. Calling them a pet name

10. Playing embarrassing music

11. Telling baby stories about them

12. Trying to say cool phrases

13. Drinking wine/ beer

14. Choosing them ‘uncool’ clothes to wear

15. Talking about toilet habits

16. Picking their nose for them

17. Eating horrible food such as oysters, sushi and vegetables

18. Spending hours on the toilet

19. Dressing unfashionably

20. Showing off their baby pictures

 

And here’s a trailer for the first season of Scream Street…

Happy National Cat Day!

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It’s National Cat Day today, so sit back and enjoy our tribute to some of the best cats in the movies:

 

Exclusive Storks clip!

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Have you taken the kids to see the animated comedy adventure Storks yet? We’ve got an exclusive clip from the movie, featuring young Nate and his dad, as a special end-of-half-term treat.

 

 

Storks is currently on general release. You can read our review here and watch the trailer below:

 

Sing – new character images

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The latest movie from the makers of Minions and Despicable Me – the animated musical comedy Sing – arrives in UK cinemas on January 27th, 2017 and US cinemas on December 21st this year, but in the meantime we have some great new character posters with actors such as Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, Seth McFarlane and Scarlett Johansson posing with the characters they voice. Take a look, and we have the trailer for Sing below, too…

 

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Matthew McConaughey

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Scarlett Johansson

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Seth McFarlane

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Nick Kroll

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Taron Egerton

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Reece Witherspoon

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Tori Kelly

 

 

Shaun The Sheep 2 is announced!

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Those lovely folks at Aardman and Studio Canal have announced today that Shaun the sheep and his pals will be back for a second cinematic adventure following the success of 2015’s Shaun The Sheep The Movie.

 

Pre-production will begin on the movie in January, so we’ll have a while to wait until the movie comes out – but in the meantime you can sing along to a song from the first movie here:

 

 

 

Moana: Dwayne Johnson sings!

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One of the movie’s we’re most looking forward to this winter is Disney Animation’s Moana, featuring Dwayne Johnson as the voice of demi-god Maui. It’s from the team who made Aladdin and The Little Mermaid, and features music from Hamilton’s Lin-Manuel Miranda. The movie opens in the UK on December 2nd and November 23rd in the US, but in the meantime here is a little taster – in which Dwayne Johnson sings!