Emma Watson falls foul of a satanic cult in this pulpy potboiler from Alejandro Amenábar.
By Adam Woodward
The horrors of sleep paralysis are explored in a playful and provocative manner by director Rodney Ascher.
By David Jenkins
Emily Blunt gets a tough lesson in Mexican-US politics in this visceral drugs war drama from Denis Villeneuve.
By Vadim Rizov
A visceral adaptation of Uzodinma Iweala's 2005 novel about gung-ho African child soldiers.
Strong moments and sincere intent can't save Sarah Gavron's shapeless take on the plight of the Suffragettes.
Cultural appropriation abound in Joe Wright's iffy prequel to JM Barrie's beloved children's novel.
By Clarisse Loughrey
Moving social commentary is undermined by director Marc Silver's storytelling insufficiencies.
By Simran Hans
Filmmaker Eric Baudelaire travels to the disputed territory of Abkhazia in this haunting documentary about the formation of a modern state.
By Charlotte Keeys
This episodic jaunt through east London's drag scene offers colour a-plenty though lacks cohesion.
By Sophie Monks Kaufman