A great-looking drama
You can't run from yourself
Is the final film in M. Night Shyamalan's trilogy as sharp as its title suggests?
Love makes monsters of us all
Lizzie Borden took an axe...
The night comes for them
Widows is every bit as thrilling as you would expect
An absurd oddity concerning fibre optics
A film that shines with bright neon lights but even they cannot mask its weaknesses
Zhang Yimou casts a Shadow
Watching can be deadly
Dean Devlin's directorial debut.
The Jackie Chan classics on Blu-ray
A morally complex legal drama and departure from Kore-eda's usual filmic fare
Wake up. It's a beautiful day
A Sidney Poitier double-bill. What more could you ask for?
"I found little scratches on my arms in the morning which I blamed on the teddy bears in the room" We chat with Piercey Dalton
We interview Piercey Dalton from Netflix scary movie The Open House.
Eighth time's a charm.
Semi-documentary by Serge Bromberg and Ruxandra Medrea pieces together Henri-Georges Clouzot's doomed production of Inferno (L'Enfer).
A psychotic killer is on the prowl in the provincial town of Martfü, Hungary.