By Anton Bitel
Scott Derrickson returns to his horror roots with this story of a pre-teen who faces off against a sinister serial killer, with help from his previous victims.
Robert Eggers assembles an intrepid team for the epic tale of a wronged Viking prince’s quest for vengeance.
Hirokazu Koreeda follows up Shoplifters with a typically dreamy, heart-piercing family drama.
Ethan Hawke gets his scream on as the bank robber who coined the first recorded example of Stockholm Syndrome.
A warring couples' interactions with a mysterious aged indie musician are the subject of Jesse Peretz' earnest Nick Hornby adaptation.
A preacher struggles with a crisis of faith in Paul Schrader's mind-bending spiritual drama.
A fine performance from Sally Hawkins shores up this portrait of a tragic folk artist.
There’s an intimate, insightful and original documentary about Richard Linklater out... And this isn’t it.
Antoine Fuqua drags the beloved 1960 all-star dad western kicking and screaming into the 21st century.
This carefully considered music biopic of narcotised jazzman Chet Baker really gets its man.
Greta Gerwig has the time of her life in Rebecca Miller’s shallow portrait of middle-class ennui.
Emma Watson falls foul of a satanic cult in this pulpy potboiler from Alejandro Amenábar.
By Vadim Rizov
Ellar Coltrane grows up in public as the central, glorious spectacle in Richard Linklater's masterpiece.