Can JJ Abrams stick the landing with Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker?
Black Christmas 2019 takes the bare bones of the sorority chiller to deliver something new…but does it work?
Here’s our review of video game sequel Jumanji: The Next Level
Here’s our review of Studio Trigger’s latest animated adventure, Promare
Here’s our review of Jérémy Clapin’s animation I Lost My Body
Does Frozen 2 reach the bar set by its predecessor? Find out with our review…
The Haunting Of Hill House’s Mike Flanagan juggles King and Kubrick in his ambitious film of Doctor Sleep
A killer death clock app picks off users one by one in smart and fun horror surprise Countdown
Is Terminator: Dark Fate the sequel to finally return James Cameron’s franchise to its glory days?
Aardman deliver a love-letter to classic SF with the funny and visually inventive A Shaun The Sheep Movie: Farmageddon
Paul Rudd makes four hours of Netflix comedy series Living With Yourself worth it
Does the Zombieland sequel still have the original’s magic?
Here’s our review of The Addams Family, the gothic fam’s first feature-length animated adventure
Angelina Jolie’s misunderstood villain returns in Maleficent: Mistress Of Evil
Mirrah Foulkes reimagines the infamous seaside puppets in her intoxicating Judy & Punch
Saudi filmmaker Shahad Ameen’s debut feature Scales toys with fantasy in surprising ways
Here’s our review of the final film in Fabrice du Welz’s Ardennes based trilogy, Adoration
Jayro Bustamante’s La Llorona is one of the most powerful depictions of the legend in film
Severin Fiala and Veronika Franz’s latest horror The Lodge is chilling and atmospheric
Ang Lee continues his grand experiment with new cinema technologies to varying levels of success in Gemini Man
French animator Jean-François Laguionie returns with The Prince’s Voyage, playing at the London Film Festival
Here’s our review of Philip Pullman’s latest, The Book Of Dust Volume Two: The Secret Commonwealth
Samara Weaving runs for her life in fun crowd-pleasing slasher Ready Or Not
James Gray’s sci-fi Ad Astra offers emotion, excitement and more
A retired dancer and her live-in nurse are at the centre of Rose Glass’ superb horror St Maud
Ari Aster’s Midsommar Director’s Cut is worth the indulgence
The Losers’ Club return to face Pennywise one last time in the darker, scarier and more emotional It Chapter Two
Here’s our review of Season 1 of Carnival Row, available to stream now on Amazon Prime Video
Joaquin Phoenix and Todd Phillips take the Clown Prince Of Crime for a grim and gritty origin story in Joker
A metal musician and a young woman unsuspectingly await a sinister plan in Sadistic Intentions