The unresolved conclusion to Peter Weir’s film is much more satisfying than the posthumously published final chapter.
By Kaite Welsh
All hail the lusty, bitchy antiheroine of Clive Barker’s visceral 1987 body horror.
Jim Carrey’s portrayal of a man trapped in his own reality TV show remains as captivating as ever.
As a Desi girl coming of age in the early 2000s, Gurinder Chadha’s film has a profound impact on me.
A new Blu-ray box set offers occasion to celebrate this horseriding, bullfighting artisan of the western.
By Adam Scovell
A curiosity in the everyday powers Agnès Varda’s masterful second feature.
By David Opie
With a long-awaited sequel on the way, we revisit the Chiodo brothers’ classic low-budget horror from 1988.
Daniel Clowes’ story of teenage apathy stirred in me a desire to break away and be alone.
By Alex Flood
Is Indy’s fourth outing really as bad as everyone remembers?
Now is the time to see the challenging and moving work of this little-known German auteur.
As beleaguered detective Dave Toschi, Ruffalo turns in arguably the finest turn of his career to date.
Jane Campion’s much maligned 2003 thriller offers a vital subversion of the male gaze.
The French writer/director’s debut feature from 1988 is an elegant, perfectly poised character study.
Shelagh Delaney’s voice stood out from the angry young men who dominated British cinema in the mid 20th century.
By Beth Webb
How this great grey tree-dweller became the Studio Ghibli co-founder’s most beloved creation.
With her strong self-belief and striking dress sense, Mona Lisa Vito is a character we can all get behind.
By Dan Einav
Sergio Leone’s landmark western, which turns 50 this year, is a fascinating product of its time.