This French-Canadian ghost story is an unusual and atmospheric film that leaves a lingering impression
Bo Burnham's Eighth Grade generated a buzz at last year's Sundance UK. It's a beautifully naturalistic and affecting coming-of-age film.
Jacques Audiard's English-language debut is a solid and entertaining western.
Burning is an exceptional, nuanced thriller with incredible acting. It resonated with me for days.
Ingmar Bergman's long-unseen spy movie (!) is no masterpiece, but it's a brisk entertaining diversion.
Mandy is a satisfying and visually impressive revenge myth, with a great role for Nicolas Cage
László Nemes's follow-up to Son of Saul is a frustrating experience
Revisiting John Carpenter's The Fog was a fun and colourful experience
Aquarela is an immersive and visually stunning documentary about the awesome power of water in nature.
This fascinating documentary depicts the darker side of Ingmar Bergman's character