Riz Ahmed’s acting talents are wasted in this needlessly convoluted noir thriller.
By Eve Watling
Arnie struggles with the simple dramatic demands of this insidiously nasty blue-collar revenge yarn.
By Sophie Wyatt
Steven Oram stars in this occult-themed psycho-thriller that veers on the arty side of horror.
Cynthia Nixon gives an astonishing performance as the tortured American poet Emily Dickinson.
Pablo Larraín returns to his political roots with a fascinating biopic of the Chilean poet Pablo Neruda.
David Tennant is perfectly cast as Scottish psychiatrist RD Laing in a film that’s as undisciplined as its subject.
By Anton Bitel
Cannibalism goes to school in director Julia Ducournau’s extreme French fable.
By Jack Godwin
A fired-up Shia LaBeouf tries and fails to salvage this muddled war drama.
Romania’s Cristian Mungiu returns with another understated (and excellent) social drama.
Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s subversive romantic masterpiece returns ahead of a full BFI retrospective.
The myth of diplomacy is the key ingredient of a hot lead salad in Ben Wheatley’s wickedly funny pistol opera.
All the slick CG in the galaxy can’t save this mind-numbing sci-fi noir starring Scarlett Johansson as a femme cyborg.
By Ian Mantgani
Jeremy Gillespie and Steven Kostanski’s cosmic horror-thriller fails to live up to its initial promise.
By Dan Einav
There’s a twisted Freudian logic behind this maternal horror from Nicolas Pesce.
Wily resistance fighters take on wicked foreign occupiers in this breathless period thriller set in 1920s Korea.
A group of high school students takes centre stage in Jenny Gage’s seen-it-all-before documentary.
Mars attacks in this underpowered creature feature with a crew of A-listers trapped on the International Space Station.