A petrifying and refreshingly original horror movie from American name-to-watch, David Robert Mitchell.
By Anton Bitel
Peter Strickland's sumptuous, all-female S&M fable is the director's greatest film to date.
By Katherine McLaughlin
Michael Mann returns with a majestic B-thriller which offers a sharp commentary on the mass digitisation of communication.
By David Jenkins
The Coen brothers' Fargo inspires a globe-hopping, culture-clash treasure hunt in this inspired existential comedy.
An popular uprising in Ukraine is captured by the calm, collected director Sergei Loznitsa in all its abject horror.
The British gangster genre gets a much needed shot in the arm courtesy of first-time director Andrew Hulme.
By Sophie Monks Kaufman
Jessica Hausner's 19th century bourgeois farce offers the perfect blend of humour and romance.
By Adam Nayman
This delectable tale of a stop-motion sheep in the city reminds us why Aardman Animation are a national treasure.
By Adam Woodward