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Andrew Garfield disappears down the rabbit hole in David Robert Mitchell’s zany LA noir.

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The Lodge – first look review

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Riley Keough impresses in this icy domestic horror from Goodnight Mommy directors Severin Fiala and Veronika Franz.

The House That Jack Built

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Lars von Trier is up to his old tricks in this absurdly macabre and deeply self-conscious portrait of a serial killer.

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Jeremy Saulnier continues his excellent run with this haunting Alaskan mystery thriller starring Jeffrey Wright and Riley Keough.

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Andrew Garfield adopts the role of pop culture gumshoe in David Robert Mitchell’s eccentric LA noir.

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The American star discusses her role in the claustrophobic thriller It Comes at Night.

It Comes at Night

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This coldly affecting contagion horror excels in generating a sense of acute dread, but falls short on the story front.

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The halting nature of desire at BFI Flare 2017

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Bold expressions of queer passion were on offer at the 31st edition of London’s premier LGBT film festival.

The Discovery – first look review

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Jason Segel and Rooney Mara are an unlikely central pairing in this low-key sci-fi about the discovery of an afterlife.

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