A chilling account of sexual abuse, which lets Jackson's survivors tell their own stories, in their own words.
We're embarrassed about our species.
Joel Anderson's unsetttling pseudo-documentary delivers effective chills and so much more; catch it before the American remake.
Fredrik Hiller's ambitious debut doesn't hit the target after its chilling opening, yet signs of promise are in plentiful supply.
A disturbing tale of family dysfunction reminiscent of Michael Haneke, only with a (sick) sense of humour.
Adapted from his own prize-winning play, John Patrick Shanley's second feature, 18 years after Joe vs The Volcano, deals with the tricky subject of Catholic priests and child abuse. Noel Megahey reviews.