Funny and deliciously cruel, though not particularly sharp in its satire, Mark Mylod's horror-comedy is best when at its darkest
Emma Holly Jones’ adaptation of the 2009 novel is a little on the limp side, though is propped up by delightful supporting turns
As the latest take on Persuasion comes to Netflix, Steph Green highlights some of the author's finest screen adaptations to date
Writer-director Robert Eggers' third feature is his best work yet, a delirious, miraculous fever dream about the ecstasy of revenge
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The British filmmaker has crafted a loving tribute to British horror that's too respectful and sincere to leave a lasting impression
Beatles! Broadway! Beautiful boys! With seven months of the year still to go, Ella Kemp weighs up the biggest UK cinema releases...
The latest from the Baby Driver director stars Thomasin McKenzie and Anya Taylor-Joy as two very different girls... or is that one girl?
With cinemas still closed, we highlight the best new streaming releases, from this year's big Oscar winner to a Japanese swan song
Eoin Macken’s adaptation of the acclaimed Rob Doyle novel is a bold examination of youth and masculinity, featuring Anya Taylor-Joy