A diminutive dog groomer comes a cropper in this dour crime fable from Italian director Matteo Garrone.
Michael Moore takes aim at both sides of the political establishment in this scattershot survey of Trump’s America.
David Gordon Green presents a John Carpenter-approved sequel to the slasher classic from 1978.
By Ed Gibbs
The ground-breaking label marks its half-century with a glossy new documentary celebrating its legacy.
There’s plenty of heart in Mark Gillis’ micro-budget survey of the UK’s job market crisis.
Seven strangers convene in a run-down Lake Tahoe hotel in Drew Goddard’s enjoyably pulpy ensemble mystery.
Paul Greengrass shows the action and aftermath of the 2011 Norway attacks in his latest terrorism-driven drama.
This French-Japanese anime from directors Guillaume Renard and Shoujirou Nishimi is a twisted joyride.
Damien Chazelle’s dramatisation of the Apollo 11 mission only scratches the surface of its human subject.
This absorbing debut feature from video essayist Kogonada explores the relationship between people and spaces.
Director Ali Soozandeh surveys a range of contemporary Iranian issues in this impressive rotoscoped animation.
A short, sharp portrait of the trailblazing Japanese pop artist Yayoi Kusama, from director Heather Lenz.
Tom Hardy sneers and sweats his way through this sanitised origin story of Marvel’s Spidey-bothering baddie.
Rowan Atkinson returns to make a mockery of British Intelligence in this tediously unfunny spy spoof sequel.
By Andy Crump
Dan Stevens has a run in with a religious cult in this dread-filled folk horror from The Raid director Gareth Evans.