Theo Smith reviews the second feature film from LGBT director Desiree Akhavan.
Joe Williams reviews the latest frightfest in the Conjuring Universe, though this one is horrifying for all the wrong kind of reasons.
Spike Lee’s back on form with one of his most intriguing projects to date. Liam Beazley reviews.
Summer blockbuster season may be over, but there is still plenty to watch this September. Film Editor Alice takes a look.
Five years late, Slender Man makes his cinematic debut. Ellis Murrell sifts through the wreckage.
36 years in, writer Tom takes a look at how the film went from a box office flop to a widely praised cult classic.
Liam Beazley reviews the cinematic CGI debut of Winnie the Pooh and co.
Joe Williams reviews the latest instalment in the spy franchise, starring Tom Cruise and Rebecca Ferguson.
Size really does matter in Marvel’s newest blockbuster. Culture Editor Ellis grabs his magnifying glass to check it out.
The book is always better than its adaptation, right? Our writers discuss.
With August set to bring superheroes, comedy, family-fun and horror in equal measure, Film Editor Alice assesses the month’s most promising releases.
Queen is finally getting a music biopic, which might feature Freddie Mercury, concludes Tash Williamson.