Benoit Blanc enters the canon of iconic movie characters with Rian Johnson’s second foray into whodunit (nu-dunit?) territory.
Mark Mylod's one-dimensional dark comedy serves up an undercooked feast of profoundly smug commentary.
Squid Game star Lee Jung-jae stars in his directorial debut, a high-voltage espionage thriller set in 1980s South Korea.
A holiday rental turns into a nightmare for a young woman in Zach Cregger's horror debut.
The South Korean auteur known for squid-chomping, luxe erotica and graphic torture is back with a seductive mystery thriller.
The biggest surprise of this low-key horror trilogy capper is how much better it is that its crummy, cash-in predecessors.
By Anton Bitel
A holidaying couple becomes involved in a tragic event in Aga Woszczyńska’s chilly psychodrama.
Writer/director Malachi Smyth's feature debut is a musical heist film that struggles to strike the right chord.
Juliette Binoche and Vincent Lindon deliver the dramatic goods in French master Claire Denis' nuanced exploration of married life.
Halina Reijn's amusing debut feature satirises Gen Z nihilism but doesn't have much to say about the pop culture stereotypes it depicts.
Idris Elba is a father menaced by a killer lion in this capable but slight thriller.
An online porn addict becomes the target for pantomime Russian cyber crims in this twisty, London-set thriller.
A cautionary tale about environmental exploitation veers into predictability in Lee Haven Jones' slow-burn directorial debut.
George MacKay plays a graffiti artist who uncovers a dark secret in Babak Anvari's effective – but distractingly ugly – new thriller.
By Carol Grant
A group of teenagers at a gay conversion camp face off against a sinister threat in John Logan's misjudged would-be slasher.
A lean monster-slasher B-movie set in the Predator universe that’s a highlight of an extremely patchy franchise.
An unlucky assassin finds himself on the commute from hell in director David Leitch’s irritating action-thriller.