“Everything we do now in the future will be regarded as early cinema.” We chat with the Candyman director about new film Samurai Marathon and his career in the industry.
Fabulous, good-hearted new take on a literary classic
Jennifer Kent’s caged bird sings a harsh song of revenge in this harrowing drama
Loathsome exploitative trash wearing an unconvincing feminist mask
Narrative flaws can’t spoil Karen Gillan’s debut party.
Silent milestone fails to frighten but has endless historical merit
Intense, dreamlike fable of child soldiers holds a hypnotic grip
Sun-drenched stoner odyssey is a deranged delight
Brooding Brad crosses the galaxy for an unusual family reunion
A great lead performance is easy to seek out in atmospheric revenge thriller
Fascinating but overwhelmingly bleak, cerebral sci-fi
Deceptively breezy literary romantic drama has much to be read between the lines
Passionate dance biopic is playful and fleet-footed
Exceptional exploitation psychodrama isn’t playing around.
Intriguing premise can’t sustain interest in muddled and mundane drama
Incredible documentary immersed in the true, unsanitised horror of war.
Melancholy meta-fiction from the former enfant-terrible of Spanish cinema
Promising debut hour from a natural comic talent
Engaging and endearing culture clash tale from a talented raconteur
Pleasant conversational stand-up sadly lacking in solid punchlines
Comic potential hidden by an almost apologetic stage presence
Notorious serial killer film almost unforgivably boring
Beautiful coming-of-age drama is slightly undermined by its own artistic tendencies
No-nonsense and no-holds barred confessional material from talented Icelander