Wade Wilson is back and weirder than ever in Deadpool 2
Three archeologists explore our future in Yorgos Zois’ Third Kind
The latest film from the author of Let The Right One In blends rom-com, grotesquerie and bizarre fairy-tale
The restoration of Barry Hines’ Threads is as devastating as ever
Can Netflix’s Danish drama The Rain stand out from all the other post-apocalypses?
Coralie Fargeat’s savagely stylish Revenge turns a problematic sub-genre on its head
Jim Hickcox’s lo-fi, low-art monsterfest Soft Matter defies easy categorisation, while reflecting upon its own impermanence
The Strangers are back and as vicious as ever in Johannes Roberts’ throwback sequel
From the Tribeca Film Festival, here’s our review of pitch-black horror The Dark
The first film from Studio Ponoc is beautiful to look at, but is there substance as well as style?
Maurice Haeems’ debut Chimera updates the Frankenstein myth for a brave new world of genetic science
Tom Meeten, Neve McIntosh and Alice Lowe star in Paul Kane’s adaptation of The Hellbound Heart
Did Marvel manage to pull off their massive crossover event movie?
A detective investigates a string of gruesome, motiveless murders in Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s Cure
Strange lights in the sky bring two teenagers close together in grounded and heartfelt SF First Light
Sion Sono delivers a leisurely look at memory, loss and loneliness in The Whispering Star
Long-awaited Chinese animation Big Fish & Begonia is a visual feast
Play by the rules or die horribly…But do you really want to play Truth Or Dare?
Dwayne Johnson’s creature feature goes big but does it work?
Disney’s feature length documentary appears on Blu-ray editions of Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Is it worth a watch?
Bel Powley, Liv Tyler and Brad Dourif star in the sharp genre hybrid Wildling
A young girl escapes from reality and takes on monstrous foes in I Kill Giants
Silence is survival in John Krasinski’s tense and frightening horror A Quiet Place
Dive into a world ruined by magic in the fascinating The Tangled Lands
Here’s a spoiler-free review of the first six episodes of A Series Of Unfortunate Events Season 2
There’s a world beyond with dark, angry forces waiting for revenge in James Brogden’s The Hollow Tree
A toyshop fantasy is the backdrop for powerful journey in Robert Dinsdale’s The Toymakers
A young girl searches for her father in the visually dazzling and uplifting fantasy A Wrinkle In Time
Can the master breathe life into Ernest Cline’s nostalgia bible?
Can the sequel to Guillermo del Toro’s love letter to mechs and kaiju live up to its predecessor?