Denis Côté’s Ghost Town Anthology is a haunting and memorable small town chiller
A plague has wiped out the world’s adult women in Casey Affleck’s Light Of My Life
Joe Cornish’s Attack The Block follow-up The Kid Who Would Be King is a wonderful adventure
Family and superhero antics don’t mix in The Umbrella Academy, on Netflix 15 February
The latest film from Brazilian director Gabriel Mascaro feels both uncanny and timely
Here’s our review of teen horror-comedy sequel Happy Death Day 2U
Here’s our review of The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part, in cinemas 8 February
Yukito Kishiro’s manga gets a big-hearted and visually dazzling live-action remake in Alita: Battle Angel
Natasha Lyonne keeps coming back to life in the brilliant Russian Doll
Does How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World give the trilogy the ending it deserves?
Does Adam Robitel’s horror Escape Room capture its audience as well as its victims?
M Night Shyamalan brings Unbreakable and Split together in the exposition-heavy Glass
Do the Death Of Superman and Reign Of The Supermen films live up to the comic arcs?
Hailee Steinfeld shines in wonderful 80s throwback Bumblebee
Stephen King’s favourite cursed small town confronts more evil in Castle Rock
Emily Blunt and company thrill in Mary Poppins Returns
Sandra Bullock leads a starry cast terrified of an outside threat in the film of Josh Malerman’s Bird Box
Lars Von Trier kicks it up a notch with his latest controversial piece, The House That Jack Built
Here’s our review of DC’s Aquaman, in cinemas from 14 December
Philip Reeve’s YA favourite Mortal Engines is brought to the big screen but fans of the book may be left wanting more
A dark knight takes on a bent cop in zany Why Don’t You Just Die! (Papa, sdokhni)
Here’s a first look at Adrian Panek’s 1945-set realist fairy tale Werewolf
Does American Horror Story continue to scare and bewitch with Season 8, Apocalypse?
Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse is not your average Spider-Man movie
Ralph and Vanellope travel to a brave new world in Ralph Breaks The Internet
The Hindi-language Tumbbad is a grotesque gothic allegory of corrupting colonialism and (maybe) liberation
In Eddie Alcazar’s SF allegory of identity Perfect, the flaws are the point
Peter Dinklage and Elle Fanning star in Reed Morano’s post-apocalyptic two-hander I Think We’re Alone Now
Here’s our review of sequel Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald
Here’s our review of She-Ra And The Princesses Of Power Season 1, on Netflix now