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
A grieving mother and son discover that they’re not alone in The Open House
Thomas, Brenda, Newt and the gang face their final trial in the Maze Runner trilogy’s finale
Pixar’s latest takes us on a musical journey of life, death and family
Lin Shaye shines in the fourth Insidious film but does the movie match her performance?
Don Hertzfeldt returns with another stunning animated wonder
The filmmaker behind White God returns with the story of a refugee who discovers incredible powers
Will Smith re-teams with his Suicide Squad director for this gritty fantasy cop movie but don’t get excited
Good and evil clash in this complex Brazilian horror
The cast make the movie in controversial sequel Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle
Heroes search for hope in dark times in the thrilling, surprising and complex The Last Jedi
Jasmine Hyde excels as a woman on the brink in psychological chiller The Unseen
Lowell Dean’s hybrid SF-horror-comedy sequel unleashes more small-town Canadian silliness
A young mermaid wants to join a band in Masaaki Yuasa’s Lu Over The Wall
Ana Asensio’s Most Beautiful Island is a fantastically gripping horror debut
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Ryan Murphy and co take on the 2016 Presidential election in AHS: Cult
The brighter, lighter Justice League is finally here
Jon Bernthal’s searing performance sets the tone for The Punisher’s strong first season
Rosemary Valero-O’Connell’s What Is Left is a short but stunning work of SF
Kyle Starks’ Kill Them All is a high-octane tribute to the joys of action movies
Three brothers are all that stands between a city and homicidal monsters in Gail Z Martin’s Scourge
Alison Littlewood’s gothic mystery The Crow Garden is a treat for dark winter nights