James Bond 25: Cary Fukunaga to direct next 007 film
Now we can all stop pretending it was going to be Christopher Nolan.
Climax review – delightfully deranged hellscape gives way to tedium
It, uh, climaxes too early.
Puzzle review – jigsaw drama is exceptionally boring
Bring along low expectations, and possibly a pillow.
Foreign Film Friday - the wonderful world of Jacques Demy
A look back into the world of the French director's joyous, bittersweet cinema
BlacKkKlansman review - Spike Lee delivers one of the most urgent films of the year
The legendary director takes aim at the KKK, Trump and Hollywood's racist past.
The Eyes of Orson Welles review - a fascinating but fawning love letter to the great director
Mark Cousins' documentary eyes up the paintings and sketches of Orson Welles.
Director Michael Lehmann talks his cult teen film Heathers, 30 years after its release
Heathers is still shocking at 30. How very.
EIFF: Searching review - screen-set thriller is a storytelling marvel
This should make for a weird one to watch on your laptop...
EIFF: Mary Shelley review - biopic of Frankenstein writer fails to come alive
Like the SparkNotes page on Mary Shelley, minus the spark.
EIFF: Cold War review - Joanna Kulig sets chilly miniature epic ablaze
Expertly acted, gorgeously shot, and it's a musical! Sort of.
Hereditary review - a uniquely petrifying masterpiece
You'll lose your head - and so will the characters!
The Handmaid’s Other Tale – revisiting the forgotten film
With the TV series back on screens, is the 1990 version worth revisiting?
Agnès Varda turned 90 - a look at her five best films
Five of the best from the legendary French director
'Star Wars' writer reveals Lando Calrissian is pansexual - but is this really LGBTQ representation?
The Star Wars writers have pulled a J.K. Rowling on us!
Foreign Film Friday: Western review - Wild West is transported to Bulgaria in this absorbing drama
Gambling, corruption and revenge all feature. There’s even a loyal horse.
50 years of '2001: A Space Odyssey' - the legacy of Kubrick's masterpiece in ten films
Everything from Star Wars, to Interstellar to, uh... the Simpsons
Peter Rabbit review - sacrilegious adaptation is a total mess
No childhood is safe in this annoying, unfunny adaption of a classic.