Her turns in Please Baby Please, Matilda, and even Amsterdam show off a chameleonic range.
Margot Robbie, John David Washington, and Christian Bale lead as a trio of friends caught in a murder case.
Emma Thompson and Lashana Lynch star in one of the first big movie announcements of the Autumn festival season.
By Lydia Figes
Benedict Cumberbatch is electric in Will Sharpe’s tumultuous portrait of a cat lover extraordinaire, supported by a stellar cast.
By Leila Latif
Brandon Cronenberg follows up his impressive debut Antiviral with a visceral slice of hallucinatory ultraviolence.
Christopher Abbott and Andrea Riseborough star in the psycho-horror film.
Brandon Cronenberg sets late-capitalism in his crosshairs in this effective – and very gory – social horror.
By Ian Mantgani
This year’s Berlin Film Festival gets off to an inauspicious start care of Lone Sherfig’s fusty New York ensemble drama.
The Canadian filmmaker on the making of his heavy metal psycho-horror, Mandy, and working his one of his acting heroes.
Panos Cosmatos unleashes hell on Nicolas Cage and Andrea Riseborough in this bloody, psychedelic headtrip.
By Ed Gibbs
This year’s festival offered plenty of devilishly dark delights within its raucous Midnight strand.
Charlie Brooker’s latest collection of sci-fi horrors does not disappoint.
Emma Stone and Steve Carell go head-to-head in this fascinating true story of sport and sexism.
The British actor discusses her love of diving into a character and how she deals with everyday sexism in the film industry.
Armando Iannucci’s Soviet-set satire is packed with comedic talent.
Madonna’s lavish retelling of a 20th century scandal is little more than a kitsch vanity project.
Rowan Joffe delivers a stale and soapy rehash when he should have dared to dream bigger.