Unlimited members were expressly invited to our Saltburn screening and we've gathered their responses

Barry Keoghan cements his status as a fearless and endlessly watchable actor in the new psychological black comedy Saltburn. He plays the isolated Oxford University student Oliver Quick who appears to find his 'people' when he's invited to the aristocratic stately pile known as Saltburn.

It isn't long before Oliver ingratiates himself into the life of his so-called new best friend, the aristocratic Felix (Jacob Elordi), and his family. But where does Oliver truly belong? And does he have some diabolical machinations up his sleeve? Anything goes in this devious and enjoyably lurid mixture of Evelyn Waugh and Patricia Highsmith, which comes from Promising Young Woman filmmaker Emerald Fennell.

Clad in stylish hues courtesy of cinematographer Linus Sandgren with a top mixture of mid-2000s needle drops and a starry supporting cast (Rosamund Pike and Richard E. Grant are just two of the big names), Saltburn has more than enough to arrest the attention. So, what did Unlimited members make of the movie when we threw open the doors and invited them to a special advance screening? Here's a selection of the responses.


Annoyed that you missed out on the party? You don't have too long to wait: Saltburn is released at Cineworld on November 17th.


Have you joined Cineworld Unlimited yet? Membership pays for itself in less than two visits per month and that's just the start of your Unlimited journey. Additional exciting perks include access to advance screenings, discounts off your favourite in-cinema snacks and more.