Silent classic Safety Last!, Claire Denis's sensual Beau Travail, and the problematic 1936 version of Show Boat are all reviewed in this month's column.
The Painted Bird is a cinematic experience quite unlike any other - and certainly not for the squeamish.
This month's Cri Life column features reviews of The Lady Eve, Marriage Story, and Taste Of Cherry.
Reviews of Female Trouble, The Cameraman, and Three Outlaw Samurai.
Director Richard Wong's comedy remake is likeable, funny, and problematic in equal measure.
Kelly Reichardt's First Cow doesn't so much seek to subvert the traditional Western as to point and laugh at it.
Ludovic Bernard's French drama is charmless, predictable, and profoundly unconvincing.
This month's column reviews Husbands, Scorsese Shorts, and Dance, Girl, Dance.
Billy Wilder's brilliant but underrated romantic comedy finally gets a Blu-ray release in the UK
This month's Criterion Collection column reviews The Apu Trilogy, Destry Rides Again, and Lola Montès
Clint Eastwood's real-life tale of injustice is a fine addition to the veteran director's filmography.
Bong Joon-ho's Snowpiercer is finally available on Blu-ray in the UK and is more relevant than ever.
This month's column dedicated to Criterion's UK releases reviews The Cranes Are Flying, They Live By Night, and The Prince Of Tides
Juliette Binoche 'catfishes' a much younger man in Safy Nebbou's twisty social-media drama.
This month's Criterion Collection column discusses recent UK releases including Anatomy of a Murder, The French Lieutenant's Woman, and Antonio Gaudí.
This month's Criterion Collection column discusses recent UK releases including Roma, Fail Safe, and The Essential Jacques Demy boxset
The strangest "vampire" film you're ever likely to see.