Monos

By Josh Slater-Williams

A group of teenage guerrillas enter the heart of darkness in Alejandro Landes’ mountaintop tour de force.

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Who still needs to weigh in on the Marvel vs Auteurs debate?

By Charles Bramesco

The discourse will not be satisfied until Terrence Malick descends from his mountaintop stronghold.

Damon Lindelof’s Watchmen is the most incendiary show of 2019

By Hannah Woodhead

HBO’s remix of Alan Moore’s graphic novel is a strange, complicated beast – and all the better for it.

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Who still needs to weigh in on the Marvel vs Auteurs debate?

By Charles Bramesco

The discourse will not be satisfied until Terrence Malick descends from his mountaintop stronghold.

Damon Lindelof’s Watchmen is the most incendiary show of 2019

By Hannah Woodhead

HBO’s remix of Alan Moore’s graphic novel is a strange, complicated beast – and all the better for it.

Six of the best new LGBT+ short films from around the world

By Ronan Doyle

This year’s Iris Prize Film Festival in Cardiff showcased emerging trends across the spectrum of queer cinema.

Exploring indigenous Canadian films at the Festival du Nouveau Cinéma

By Justine Smith

This year’s edition of the Montreal-based festival showed the value of giving marginalised native filmmakers a platform.

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Reviews

The Beach Bum

By Hannah Woodhead

Harmony Korine and Matthew McConaughey hit the Florida Keys for a madcap slacker odyssey.

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Monos

By Josh Slater-Williams

A group of teenage guerrillas enter the heart of darkness in Alejandro Landes’ mountaintop tour de force.

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The Laundromat

By David Jenkins

Stephen Soderbergh assembles an all-star cast to sift through the wreckage of the 2015 Panama Papers leak.

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Zombi Child

By Ella Kemp

A history lesson turns into a horror movie in Bertrand Bonello’s bold reclamation of the zombie legend.

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Zombieland: Double Tap

By David Jenkins

A tiresome folly that rejoins us with the characters of a mildly successful 2009 horror-comedy which absolutely no-one remembers.

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Mystify: Michael Hutchence

By Trevor Johnston

This tender portrait of the exuberant INXS frontman avoids tabloid hysteria in its search for a fragile soul.

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