We take a look into the fifth dimension with Andrew Patterson’s sci-fi mystery…
Is Reborn electrifying or is it a shocker? Find out with our crackling review…
We review Roger Corman’s classic sci-fi horror.
The battle of the ages are well underway with Richard Bates Jr’s Killer Instinct.
We review the latest novel in Ben Aaronovitch’s successful Rivers Of London series.
A powerless Superman? A band of superheroes who can’t save the day? Just what’s going on in DC’s latest animated movie Justice League Dark: Apokolips War?
Microphones at the ready! We review Alexandra Serio’s ASMR-based short horror.
Here’s our review of Brett and Drew T. Pierce’s supernatural horror, The Wretched.
Coralie Fargeat takes the revenge genre up a notch with an enduring action-packed thrill ride that goes well beyond simple vengeance.
We review Disney+’s first live action Star Wars series.
Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion’s Revenge is a flawless victory.
We review the latest novel from Divergent author Veronica Roth.
In a post-apocalyptic future, Adrian J Walker’s, The Human Son, takes an unflinching look at humanity.
Jeff Barnaby’s first-of-its-kind Indigenous zombie thriller crams in broken families, gore and constitutional statements.
We review Spies In Disguise as it flies into home video release.
Birds Of Prey (And The Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) review: These dames ain’t no damsels
Harley Quinn and her Birds Of Prey shine in the DC Universe’s frolicking new addition.
As the last movie in the Skywalker saga heads to home video, we review the latest Star Wars film.
‘Next Level’ is a truly apt title as we reunite with the Jumanji gang for a solid sequel that takes things up a notch.
Is it a surefire hit or a speedy mess? Find out with our review of videogame adaptation Sonic The Hedgehog.
Imogen Poots and Jesse Eisenberg are trapped in a Twilight Zone-esque domestic nightmare in Vivarium
We review the English-language debut of Polish director Malgorzata Szumowska, The Other Lamb.
Takashi Shimizu’s latest J-horror finds different ways of unsealing a submerged past and resurrecting a dead genre.
Ilya S. Maksimov’s psychopompic suspenser offers a hallucinatory confusion of ghosts, serial killings, clairvoyance and madness.
David Fowler’s debut is a cult film par excellence, dismantling the viewer’s grip on reality.
Here’s our review of Berhnard Pucher’s Ravers…
A space film rooted in terrestrial issues when an astronaut and mother is set to leave her daughter before a mission…
Luciano and Nicolás Onetti play DJs, appropriating and remixing eight festival-wowing short horror films to tell a story of their own…
Joe Begos pits old army vets against young drugged-up punks in this ultraviolent, postmodern, retrofuturist siege actioner…
Tyler Cornack’s colonic comedy inserts an unusually anal-retentive man into a criminal scenario, for transgressive rites of (back) passage…
Adam Stovall’s debut feature uses ghostly romance to fix up a damaged psyche…