June New Release Movies at HOYTS

From feel-good movies to scare the pants off you movies, June is an exciting month for movie releases.

Thanks to HOYTS, here is an overview of the movie releases for June:

To Catch A Killer

A talented but troubled cop is recruited by the FBI to help profile and track down a disturbed individual terrorizing the city. Starring Shailene Woodley and Ben Mendelsohn.

Showing from 8 June. Rated MA.

The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry

Harold is an ordinary man who watched his life pass by, until he goes to post a letter one day, and just keeps walking. This heartfelt drama looks like an uplifting and inspirational watch that is sure to tug at your heartstrings. This heartfelt drama is on offer in LUX, D-BOX and Xtreemscreen.

Showing from 8 June. Rated M.

The Roundup: No Way Out

A sequel to an action-packed Korean film The Roundup. The monster cop Ma Seok-do returns, this time, to the Metro Investigations for a murder case.

Screening from June 8. Rated MA.

Maurh (Punjabi)

An epic tale of rebellion that will leave audiences breathless and inspired. Set against the backdrop of the untamed sandy badlands of Southern Punjab between 1885 and 1893, Maurh unveils a tale of resilience, honour, and defiance against the oppressive dual rule of British colonizers and native kings.

Screening at select HOYTS locations from the 9th June.


Disney and Pixar’s Elemental is an all-new, original feature film set in Element City, where fire-, water-, land- and air residents live together. The story introduces Ember, a tough, quick-witted and fiery young woman, whose friendship with a fun, sappy, go-with-the-flow guy named Wade challenges her beliefs about the world they live in.

See it in 3D in HOYTS Xtremescreen from the 15th of June.

The Flash

Worlds collide in “The Flash” when Barry uses his superpowers to travel back in time in order to change the events of the past. But when his attempt to save his family inadvertently alters the future, Barry becomes trapped in a reality that forces him to race for his life in order to save the future.

From the 15th of June, The Flash is available in D-BOX, feel the movie like never before with motion recliners.

The Tank

Not for the faint of heart, The Tank is a definitive horror movie. The story follows a mysterious coastal property inherited by a family and the terrifying, ancient creature that comes with it.

Screenings are available in LUX, D-BOX and Xtreemscreen.

To be released on 15 June. Rated MA15+.

You Hurt My Feelings

A New York novelist’s (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) happy and devoted marriage is suddenly upended when she learns her husband doesn’t like her new book. A heartfelt comedic film on the little white lies we tell ourselves, and our relationships.

Screening from 15 June. Rating CTC.


7000 years ago, Ayodhya’s king Ranghava travels to the island of Lanka with the aim to rescue his wife Janaki, who has been abducted by Lankesh, the king of Lanka.

A Hindi drama with English subtitles

Screening at select HOYTS locations from the 16th of June.

J-Hope in the Box

A music documentary about BTS star J-Hope working on his first official solo album. The story intimately follows his daily life, album preparations and his performance at Lollapalooza.

Screening at select HOYTS locations from the 17th of June.

Suga: Road to D-Day

Min Yunki has established himself as the world-renowned artist, SUGA of BTS, at twenty-eight years old. After finding immense success with his natural talent and hard work, he works on a solo album as Agust D, embarking on a journey to uncover new stories. From Las Vegas, Malibu, San Francisco, and Tokyo, to Chuncheon, Pyeongchang and Seoul, SUGA hits the road to find his dream once again.

Screening at select HOYTS locations from the 17th of June.

Warren Miller’s Daymaker

A sports documentary about a killer storm cycle in the Monashee mountains, with serene adaptive background riding like you’ve never seen!

Screening from 18 June.

No Hard Feelings

Jennifer Lawrence produces and stars in a laugh-out-loud comedy about a desperate woman agreeing to date a wealthy couple’s introverted and awkward 19-year-old son before he leaves for college.

Get the girls together for a Girl’s Night Out advance screening on Wednesday 21st.

Screening from 22 June. Rating CTC.

Transformers: Rise Of The Beasts

Gear up for an epic showdown as the Autobots, Decepticons, and mythical beasts clash in an epic battle for dominance!

See it first at our HOYTS Advance Screenings on Monday, June 12. General release from the 22nd of June.

A must-see in D-BOX.

Red, White and Brass

One for the family; Red, White and Brass follows the comedic true story of a Tongan community marching together to get tickets to the world cup. Their journey begins as a light scam, pretending to be in a band, but becomes a journey of self-discovery and the importance of Tongan culture.

Releasing on the 22nd of June. Rated PG.

Cats in the Museum

A cartoon about the famous museum cats of the St. Petersburg Winter Palace who protect the territory and artwork within from rats and mice. When the Mona Lisa arrives and goes missing, unlikely bonds must be forged.

Releasing on 22 June. Rated G

Belle and Sebastian: The Next Generation

10-year-old Sebastian is disappointed to be spending his summer in the mountains with his grandmother and aunt. Until he meets Belle, a mistreated dog he will do anything for, and in turn, have the craziest summer of his life.

Opening on the 22 June. Rated PG.

Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny

In this highly anticipated sequel, Indy must don his hat and pick up his whip once more to make sure an ancient and powerful artifact doesn’t fall into the wrong hands.

A must-see in Xtremescreen with the biggest screen and best sound from the 28th of June.


To purchase tickets, head to the HOYTS website or your local HOYTS cinema.