He’s a card shark, vengeance-seeker, and possible war criminal in Paul Schrader’s new crime drama.
By Anton Bitel
Starring Linda Blair as a textbook final girl, Tom DeSimone’s 1981 Hell Night offers an effective blend of horrors old and new.
They’ll be joined by big names and exciting new talent, including Pedro Almodóvar, Ana Lily Amirpour and Pablo Larraín.
By Adam Scovell
The Italian horror maestro’s handful of entries in the genre showcase his penchant for bloody retribution.
By Rory Doherty
The Scotland depicted in this incisive asylum drama is at odds with how the nation likes to see itself.
Denzel Washington assays the Scottish noble and Frances McDormand is his scheming wife in the NYFF opener.
Before she was a Palme d'or winner, Ducournau made a creepy little short about a teenager undergoing a strange transformation.
In Ridley Scott’s medieval epic, they face off alongside Jodie Comer and a towheaded Ben Affleck.
Kenneth Branagh, Edgar Wright, Mélanie Laurent, Zhang Yimou, Terence Davies, and many more!
By Samuel Sims
Through its rejection of gender stereotypes, the 2001 video game adaptation helped me realise the power of my own identity.
Here’s a full breakdown of who is bringing some of the year’s most-anticipated movies to the UK and US.
By Anton Bitel
With its movie nerd hero, doting blonde heroine and shocking violence, this early ’90s cult classic is peak Tarantino.
By Mark Asch
Léa Seydoux plays a TV journalist in Bruno Dumont’s satire-of-sorts about France’s relationship with its media and itself.
With the release of the basketball-themed sequel, our resident cartoonist updates some other classic sport movies.
Key awards also went to Nadav Lapid, Apichatpong Weerasethakul and Leos Carax.
A family struggles to deal with the devastating effects of their patriarch’s bipolar disorder in Joachim Lafosse’s tender drama.