A great example of fearless journalism in documentary filmmaking and the instinct of following the story where it goes.
By Ashley Clark
A bug-eyed Jake Gyllenhaal goes full Rupert Pupkin in this eminently creepy satire on the hysteria of rolling TV news.
By Adam Woodward
Don Siegel's straight-shooting paranoia B-movie from 1956 still shocks in its pessimistic political outlook.
By David Jenkins
Shia LaBeouf gets pseudo-spiritual in this trippy backpacker yomp.
Dire, imagination-free haunted-house horror which says you should never mess with killer ghosts.
Timothy Spall grunts his way to glory in Mike Leigh's elegantly composed portrait of JMW Turner.
By Sophie Monks Kaufman
Daniel Radcliffe summons his dark side in this darkly comic fantasy horror.
By David Ehrlich
Christopher Nolan's sci-fi epic is his most ambitious film yet, if not necessarily his best.
An essential celebration of the New York rapper's groundbreaking 1994 album.
By Alex King