One of 2023’s most astonishing films comes in the form of a two-part opus about a woman drawn to mystery that takes a few cues from Twin Peaks.
A shy young prison guard develops an infatuation with her workplace's new psychiatrist in William Oldroyd's twisty new thriller.
Tilda Swinton plays both mother and daughter in Joanna Hogg's eerie and effective exploration of parent-child relationships.
Music video mainstay Grant Singer makes the leap to features with this real estate-based detective thriller, but the results are disappointingly underwhelming.
Tobin Bell returns as the twisted killer Jigsaw in this back-to-basics sequel, which sees him exact revenge on a group of medical scammers preying on the terminally ill.
The impish Chilean filmmaker Sebastián Silva returns with a sharp thriller about an influencer who turns detective after a filmmaker he's involved with goes missing.
The cutthroat world of hairdressing is the setting for this sparky murder mystery – a debut from Thomas Hardiman.
Storm Reid anchors an enjoyable, twisty thriller that leaves an unfortunate sour taste in the mouth.
Dominik Moll grapples with an unsolved murder case taking place in a small Alpine town in this dark, true crime drama.
By Anton Bitel
Neighbourly hostility abounds in Spanish director Rodrigo Sorogoyen's latest psychological thriller, set in the Galician countryside.
Benoit Blanc enters the canon of iconic movie characters with Rian Johnson’s second foray into whodunit (nu-dunit?) territory.
Sebastián Lelio’s 19th-century drama dwells in the gothic-bucolic as a nurse watches over a girl who has survived months without food.
Squid Game star Lee Jung-jae stars in his directorial debut, a high-voltage espionage thriller set in 1980s South Korea.
The South Korean auteur known for squid-chomping, luxe erotica and graphic torture is back with a seductive mystery thriller.
An all-star cast can't save this predictable, often irritating attempt at putting a twist on Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap.
A cautionary tale about environmental exploitation veers into predictability in Lee Haven Jones' slow-burn directorial debut.
By Anton Bitel
A couple pay a visit to an ex-partner and her family in Sebastian Godwin’s effective domestic horror.