In her haunting depiction of Christine Chubbock, I recognised elements of my own experience with depression and isolation.
Ruth Negga and Tessa Thompson stars in Rebecca Hall’s stylish directorial debut about racial identity in 1920s New York.
David Bruckner’s architectural horror stands up to the contemporary challenges of dabbling with ghosts and jump scares.
Two of cinema’s most iconic monsters square off in Adam Wingard’s underwhelming IP crossover.
By Leila Latif
Ruth Negga and Tessa Thompson star in this slow-paced but perceptive race drama from Rebecca Hall.
Bella Heathcote plays the real-life inspiration for a comic book icon in this entertaining origin story.
New films that deal with the relationship between men and women in interesting ways.
By Tom Bond
From Network to Nightcrawler, cinema has a long history of exposing television’s rotten core.
Rebecca Hall brings her A-game in this tragic, quietly stunning portrait of female depression.