Just Keep Livin’ – In praise of Dazed and Confused at 25

By Stephen Puddicombe

Richard Linklater’s seminal high school movie is the ultimate endorsement of living in the moment.

Agnès Varda: ‘I’ve always enjoyed sharing people with audiences’

By David Jenkins

The loquacious goddess of French cinema reflects on her extraordinary career ahead of the release of her new film, Faces Places.

Faces Places

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

Agnès Varda hits the road with French photographer and muralist JR in this singularly charming social document.

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Features

Just Keep Livin’ – In praise of Dazed and Confused at 25

By Stephen Puddicombe

Richard Linklater’s seminal high school movie is the ultimate endorsement of living in the moment.

Discover the deranged melodrama of this maternal horror

By Anton Bitel

Ted Post’s 1973 film The Baby takes the notion of the dysfunctional family to a whole other level.

The psychosexual pleasures of David Cronenberg’s Dead Ringers

By Adam Scovell

The director’s tale of twin gynecologists is a gory study of the relationship between the physical and mental self.

Where Eagles Dare marked a turning point for Hollywood action

By Mark Allison

The film’s radical approach to violence and gender politics was perfectly pitched for the counter-culture generation.

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Reviews

Skate Kitchen

By Eve Jones

Crystal Moselle’s New York-set tale of female friendship is one of the most exhilarating films of the year.

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The House with a Clock in Its Walls

By Anton Bitel

Eli Roth’s latest offering is a Harry Potter-fied version of a 1950s haunted house horror.

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Climax

By Adam Woodward

A dance troupe descends into a drug-addled nightmare in Gaspar Noé’s high-larks latest.

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Mile 22

By Elena Lazic

Peter Berg and Mark Wahlberg’s latest collaboration is an exploration of American militarism that doesn’t quite work.

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A Simple Favour

By Hannah Woodhead

Hollywood funny guy Paul Feig tries his hand at something a little different with this fizzy comedy thriller.

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Faces Places

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

Agnès Varda hits the road with French photographer and muralist JR in this singularly charming social document.

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