Matinee Two
Showing Daily|Starting at3.00pm|Running Time103 mins
A Haunting in Venice

Director: Kenneth Branagh

Cast: Kenneth Branagh, Jamie Dornan, Camille Cottin


In post-World War II Venice, Poirot, now retired and living in his own exile, reluctantly attends a seance, when one of the guests is murdered, it is up to the former detective to once again uncover the killer.

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A Haunting in Venice

Film Review

Kenneth Branagh has been directing Hercule Poirot films for six years now. At this point, his star-studded Agatha Christie adaptations feel more like passion projects than his own pseudo-biopic – the lukewarm Troubles-set drama Belfast – did, and his third entry in the mystery series is no exception. Loosely based on the poorly received late-era Christie novel Hallowe’en Party

A Haunting in Venice is a delightfully bizarre, raucously entertaining sequel. It plays like a standalone remake of some low-budget TV special that never was, while also building on the intimate mythology Branagh has built for his version of the extravagantly mustachioed detective, in a very good film that often threatens to be great, and outshines both of its predecessors.

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