Brandon Cronenberg’s horror is a visual feast, and a brutal gore-fest.
Our take on the latest films to hit the big (and small) screen.
Sharrock’s tale is a frank look at an issue that dominates modern discourse.
London Film Festival 2020: David Byrne’s American Utopia review – a concert film meets science fiction with great results
Byrne’s theatre production is made even stronger by some Spike Lee magic.
This animation brings a lot of themes and a great story to life.
London Film Festival 2020: Another Round review – an interesting film about drinking and its place in society
Mads Mikkelsen delivers a perfectly balanced performance in this film about moderation.
Jennifer Sheridan’s tale is about much more than just bloodsucking.
London Film Festival 2020: Cicada review – realistic portrayals of love make for a touching, funny film
Subtlety and realism bring this story of love — and the things around it — to life.
London Film Festival 2020: One Night in Miami review – a strong cast perfectly captures a moment in history
Legends from history are given a strong portrayal in Regina King’s film.
Rose Glass’ debut is an uneasy ride through religion, mystery and gore.
This UK road-trip has a lot of dark material, but handles it with dignity.
This French-German co-production won’t be everyone’s cup of tea, but it sure looks good.