Two sisters fight different forms of evil in Cat Winters’ Odd And True
Humanity tries to survive at the end of the world in Paul McAuley’s Antarctica-set SF Austral
A sleeping sickness could spell the end of mankind in Sleeping Beauties
Is Taika Waititi’s Thor: Ragnarok just what the doctor ordered for the MCU?
It’s time to go back to Hawkins and the Upside Down in our spoiler-free review of Stranger Things Season 2
Two brothers, global warming and the goddamn President of the United States…it’s Geostorm
Scream meets Groundhog Day in this smart time-looping horror
Does Philip Pullman’s latest, La Belle Sauvage, live up to His Dark Materials?
Matt Damon gets small to save the environment – and be rich in Downsizing
Paco Plaza’s Verónica conjures the spirit of a 1991 possession case
A spellbinding fairytale meets horror and sorrow in Sicilian Ghost Story
Thelma experiences mysterious convulsions in this Nordic chiller from Joachim Trier
A college reunion goes very wrong in woodsy horror The Ritual
A stellar cast and the director of Let The Right One In get lost in The Snowman
Jeremy Dyson and Andy Nyman adapt their hit horror show Ghost Stories
Denis Villeneuve’s sequel finds that Blade Runner magic
The writer-director of A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night returns with a violent vision of the future
The new 4K digital restoration of Spielberg’s masterpiece is glorious
Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem play host to some unusual guests in Darren Aronofsky’s mother!
Does Andy Muschietti’s IT remake live up to Stephen King’s novel and the terrifying Tim Curry?
Bill Nighy and Olivia Cooke shine in the intelligent and chilling horror The Limehouse Golem
Creature feature and social commentary combine in Amat Escalante’s excellent The Untamed
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
Luc Besson’s space opera is a treat for the eyeballs but does it have enough going on under the surface?
A woman who vanished as a teenager has an unbelievable story to tell in Nina Allan’s brilliant The Rift