The latest from Studio Ghibli and Ana Lily Amirpour, and more
The latest from Denis Villeneuve and Chan-Wook Park, and more
Two fantastical takes on the electoral process still somehow manage to seem more realistic than Donald Trump or #Brexit
Mad science runs amok as a feckless suburbanite goes to extreme lengths to improve his golf score, and a cancer patient turns into a human jellyfish
The perfect example of why one shouldn't rely on concept alone to drive a film.
It may seem unfair to constantly judge Synchronicity in the light of its obvious influences, but by constantly going out of his way to invite those comparisons, writer/director Jacob Genry leaves the viewer little choice.
Yet another horror movie about bringing the dead back to life that turns into a routine slasher film.
The Bowie we see in this weird sci-fi film is more genuine than any other persona he'd adopt over the course of his career.
Only time will tell whether the first Star Wars film in ten years is the herald of a new golden age or a dead-end, but right now, we've every reason to be optimistic.
Sometimes I ask myself if Hollywood is still capable of producing something along the lines of 2001. The Martian isn't quite in the same league, but it's a step in the right direction.