The Gunslinger and The Man In Black finally hit cinemas, but was it worth the wait?
NK Jemisin brings The Broken Earth trilogy to a close with the brilliant The Stone Sky
A teenage girl must save her dreamscape and the real world in Napping Princess
Moving on is hard to do in David Lowery’s wonderful A Ghost Story
Can Annabelle: Creation deliver the scares the first movie couldn’t?
A lonely investigator tumbles down the rabbit hole in Gareth Tunley’s The Ghoul
An animal rights activist is at the centre of some unusual murders in Spoor
Two spirit doctors go about their business in excellent indie drama Indiana
Luc Besson’s space opera is a treat for the eyeballs but does it have enough going on under the surface?
A lurid trip down the backroads of America’s gender relations in 68 Kill
Two teenaged girls draw online attention from their own killing spree in Tyler MacIntyre’s Tragedy Girls
This Christmas, it is not just Santa entering the Lerner house in Better Watch Out
Three adolescent children take a walk on the woods’ wild side, with sweetly splattery results
Criss-crossing narratives abound in this bombastic caper of the marginalised, the manipulated and the moronic
A post-prom trip to an abandoned asylum leads to soul-searching and occult weirdness in The Honor Farm
Beauty is skin-deep in Cronenbergian body horror Replace, starring Barbara Crampton
Graham Skipper’s Sequence Break blends arcade games nostalgia and body horror freakouts
Time and space are slippery concepts in Greg Zglinski’s weird and wonderful genre-defying Animals
Teenagers confront sex, death and exploding heads in the gory Game Of Death
Breathless action and a mission of vengeance in Jung Byung-gil’s The Villainess
A woman who vanished as a teenager has an unbelievable story to tell in Nina Allan’s brilliant The Rift
Keir Burrows’ Anti Matter blends science fiction and noir mystery
Trey Edward Shults’ It Comes At Night will have you on the edge of your seat
Tom Holland shines in the fun and funny Spider-Man: Homecoming
Andy Serkis is superb in the hugely emotional and powerfully bleak War For The Planet Of The Apes
Making sense is not top of the agenda in Transformers: The Last Knight
Time travel is not consequence-free in The Summer Of Impossible Things
Is Universal’s Dark Universe off to a scarily good start?
Performing is the only way to survive in Hayley Barker’s fiercely topical YA Show Stopper
Robert Jackson Bennett’s Divine Cities trilogy comes to an end