George A. Romero and Stephen King team up for another great collaboration
A powerful account of how the Franco regime affects one woman and her village
A powerful yet truncated look at professional and personal equality in 1950s Mexico
Generic indie rock from electronic inspired French four-piece.
Ranty bane of the Tories is still very entertaining, if a little unquestioning these days.
A wandering film which serves to further the reputation of an underrated actress
Passionate dance biopic is playful and fleet-footed
The Social Bitches indulge in Japanese food that’s boldly reinvented, with utterly delicious results.
Gary McNair’s rhyming adaptation of a Jacobean farce is literal poetry in motion
Queen musical is spectacular but soulless
Twenty-seven years on, Stephen Daldry’s production is still enthralling
Inventive children’s play stays on tract
Child-friendly interpretation of a cautionary tale
Remarkably relaxing documentary, despite concerning subject
A night of varying styles, and eclecticism en masse
Thrash revivalists play it fast and play it loud on fabulously entertaining albeit unoriginal sixth album
Impressive and bold collection of the best in Scottish short film-making
An intense, frustrated, often melancholic diatribe about love
Darkly-humorous yet thrilling drama about political corruption through the eyes of one man
Detailed documentary explores the early LGBTQ rights movement