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Black Mail

By David Jenkins

An online porn addict becomes the target for pantomime Russian cyber crims in this twisty, London-set thriller.

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The Feast

By Marina Ashioti

A cautionary tale about environmental exploitation veers into predictability in Lee Haven Jones' slow-burn directorial debut.

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I Came By

By David Jenkins

George MacKay plays a graffiti artist who uncovers a dark secret in Babak Anvari's effective – but distractingly ugly – new thriller.

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They/Them

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.

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Prey

By David Jenkins

A lean monster-slasher B-movie set in the Predator universe that’s a highlight of an extremely patchy franchise.

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Bullet Train

By Charles Bramesco

An unlucky assassin finds himself on the commute from hell in director David Leitch’s irritating action-thriller.

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Nitram

By Hannah Strong

Director Justin Kurzel renews his obsession with mass murder in this well-acted but problematic retelling of the Port Arthur massacre.

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The Drover’s Wife

By David Jenkins

Leah Purcell writes, directs and stars in this violent psychological western about a Bushwoman defending her lonesome patch.

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The Northman

By Hannah Strong

Robert Eggers assembles an intrepid team for the epic tale of a wronged Viking prince’s quest for vengeance.

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The Novice

By Elizabeth Wiart

This nifty debut feature from sound designer and rowing enthusiast Lauren Hadaway charts the struggles of achieving success.

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Morbius

By Hannah Strong

Jared Leto plays a terminally-ill scientist who accidentally turns himself into a vampire in this shockingly inept superhero saga.

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Escape from Mogadishu

By Kambole Campbell

Ryoo Seung-Wan’s action-thriller sees North and South Korean diplomats cooperate in order to escape the onset of the Somalian Civil War.

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Master

By Cheyenne Bunsie

Regina Hall stars as a college professor beset by malevolent forces in Mariama Diallo’s misjudged debut feature.

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Deep Water

By Elena Lazic

Ana de Armas and Ben Affleck play spouses engrossed in a twisted game of cat and mouse in director Adrian Lyne’s long-awaited return.

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Europa

By Marina Ashioti

A young Iraqi refugee seeks refuge in Bulgaria in writer/director Haider Rashid’s heart-stopping drama.

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Scream

By Anton Bitel

This stylishly directed “requel” trickily rakes over the grave of the original Scream films, but please, no more!

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The 355

By Marina Ashioti

Jessica Chastain’s passion project is a questionable espionage thriller that flaunts its international cast of A-Listers.

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