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?
Annalee Newitz’s cyberpunk thriller Autonomous gets under the skin
Can the latest take on Tomb Raider break the videogame movie curse?
A dangerously empowered young girl keeps her emotions in check in SF thriller Prodigy
Giant bats, war beasts and dragons…Jen Williams returns to The Winnowing Flame trilogy with The Bitter Twins
Japanese stop motion labour of love Junk Head is like Henry Selick meets Clive Barker
Crank’s Brian Taylor goes for the throat in the gleefully unhinged horror comedy Mom And Dad
A team of scientists head into the unknown in the fascinating Annihilation
Seth MacFarlane takes on sci-fi comedy with The Orville but is it a must-see?
The long-awaited second season of Attack On Titan broadens its focus and keeps the thrills coming
Brian O’Malley’s feature debut drips with Irish gothic
A Native American woman fights for her life in Ted Geoghegan’s Mohawk
Here’s a spoiler-free review of the first 5 episodes of Jessica Jones Season 2
A young boy sets out to retrieve his dog from dystopian banishment in the delightful Isle Of Dogs
Claire Foy dazzles as Steven Soderbergh goes horror with Unsane
An unstoppable evil carves its way through James Crow’s indie horror Black Creek
Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape Of Water is just as wonderful as you’ve heard
Here’s our review of Season 2 of Michael Schur’s The Good Place
Here’s our review of the fourth series of macabre anthology show Inside No. 9
Two sisters are out to terrorise their neighbourhood in slasher horror Bad Apples
Ryan Coogler and Chadwick Boseman deliver a triumph in Marvel’s majestic, stylish and action-packed Black Panther
The latest chapter in the Cloverfield franchise is a Netflix surprise but is it a pleasant one?
James Morrison’s paradoxical apocalypse Diverge makes a double act of time
Death is not the end in the violent and stylish Altered Carbon
Does Michael and Peter Spierig’s Winchester pack a spooky ghost punch?
Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s invasion sci-fi shows humanity’s alienation from itself
A masked killer is slicing through the young hipsters of Bushwick, Brooklyn in this psychedelic slasher