Cult classics and new releases from the world of Japanese anime hit Scottish shores.
Slight derivative horror still works well on more than one level.
Melodramatic parable about the horrors of wartime butchery.
Endearing portrait of an irresistibly boisterous octogenarian and her family.
Giant leaps for mankind, disgruntled dog groomers and a bloodied Nicolas Cage await this October.
Unsettling tale of thwarted social mobility camouflaged inside a ghost story.
60s re-imagining of Shakespearean classic puts spotlight on gender identities.
The ESFF enters its fifth year in the Scottish capital – and beyond.
A look ahead to what’s popping out of the oven at the Filmhouse and the GFT this month.
Darkly wry look at the bright side of life.
Apologetic account of economist’s life and beliefs which lacks impetus.
Heartwarming environmental tale brought to life by playful puppetry.
Entertaining mash-up of Cluedo and comedy from improv experts.
Sub-par magic routine saved by endearing silliness of its illusionist.
Surrealist take on growing older which embraces both the childish and the mature.
Mother-son dance drama is as messy and raw as its subject matter.
Wry, intelligent observations camouflaged amongst a flurry of crude comedy.
Typically virulent set from the Scottish bad boy of comedy.
Gently humorous collection of songs that showcase supreme wordplay ability.
Brilliantly imagined sketch comedy with a barbed underside.
Maestro of off-kilter character creations brings five new faces to the table.
IndyRef2 meets Romeo and Juliet in ramshackle, irreverent romp.
Moving one man show about the abject horror of armed conflict.
Character comedy that’s more puerile than the baby making cameos in it.