Crime

The Bikeriders review – a slow but enveloping saga

By Rogan Graham

Jeff Nichols' drama based on Danny Lyon’s photobook about a 1960s Chicago motorcycle gang finally cruises into cinemas.

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Love Lies Bleeding review – hot, dirty, fast, combustible

By Hannah Strong

Kristen Stewart and Katy O'Brien are on fire as star-crossed lovers who get into a sweaty mess in Rose Glass's lurid '80s throwback thriller.

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The Delinquents review – comic twist on classic crime saga

By David Jenkins

The worst criminals in the world find deeper meaning in their lives in this hilarious odyssey from Rodrigo Moreno.

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Drive-Away Dolls review – a future midnight screening staple

By Esther Rosenfield

Margaret Qualley and Geraldine Viswanathan star in a delightfully daffy road movie, written by Ethan Coen and his wife Tricia Cooke.

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Wicked Little Letters review – a flimsy comic farce

By David Jenkins

Olivia Colman is hampered by thin material in this overly-quaint parochial Britcom which contains a fair bit of swearing.

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The Settlers review – a brutally violent anti-western

By David Jenkins

This haunting debut by Felipe Gálvez Haberle dismantles the violent colonial trappings of the classic western.

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Anatomy of a Fall review – Sandra Hüller is one of the finest to ever do it

By David Jenkins

A woman has to stand trial after her husband dies in suspicious circumstances in Justine Triet's compelling courtroom drama.

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The Killer review – throwback to the golden age of pulp fiction

By Hannah Strong

Michael Fassbender plays a contract killer suffering some professional setbacks in David Fincher's lean, mean new thriller.

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Killers of the Flower Moon review – Scorsese’s prestige epic

By David Jenkins

Martin Scorsese’s wistful remembrance of tragedies that befell the Osage nation is a film of high seriousness and low spectacle.

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Reptile review – less “whodunit”, more “who cares?”

By Charles Bramesco

Music video mainstay Grant Singer makes the leap to features with this real estate-based detective thriller, but the results are disappointingly underwhelming.

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Fast X

By Jake Cole

Jason Momoa puts in a fine showing as a new villain in Louis Leterrier’s zany entry into the muscle car franchise.

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How to Blow Up a Pipeline

By Hannah Strong

An ensemble of radical climate activists attempt to sabotage an oil pipeline in Daniel Goldhaber's environmentalist action-thriller.

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A Thousand And One

By Cheyenne Bunsie

A woman recently released from prison raises her young son against the backdrop of a rapidly-changing New York City in AV Rockwell's Sundance prizewinning feature.

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The Night Of The 12th

By Saskia Lloyd Gaiger

Dominik Moll grapples with an unsolved murder case taking place in a small Alpine town in this dark, true crime drama.

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Holy Spider

By David Jenkins

Ali Abbasi crafts a thriller ripped from the headlines in this story of 'The Spider Killer' who targeted female sex workers in Mashhad, Iran.

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Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

By David Jenkins

Benoit Blanc enters the canon of iconic movie characters with Rian Johnson’s second foray into whodunit (nu-dunit?) territory.

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Decision to Leave

By Hannah Strong

The South Korean auteur known for squid-chomping, luxe erotica and graphic torture is back with a seductive mystery thriller.

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