Lou Thomas

‘Mank’ review: David Fincher’s sumptuous tale of classic Hollywood

Six years since his last movie, the Oscar-nominated director is back – and in red-hot form

‘Here Are The Young Men’ review: euphoric teen adventure loaded with indie bangers

A gang of Irish school leavers drop pills and go raving to the sounds of Joy Division, Primal Scream and The Chemical Brothers

‘Relic’ review: granny goes missing in dread-filled dementia horror down under

Natalie Erika James' creepy thriller is yet another stunning debut in 2020

‘The Other Lamb’ review: creepy folk horror splatters blood across the countryside

Selah has been born into a patriarchal woodland cult, but as she hits adolescence her rebellious tendencies lead to danger

‘American Utopia’ review: Spike Lee presents David Byrne in all his glory

New York's finest team up for a greatest hits extravaganza that doubles as one of 2020's best films

‘Kajillionaire’ review: Evan Rachel Wood joins a family of low-rent swindlers

In writer-director Miranda July's big-screen comeback, quirk is king

‘I’m Thinking Of Ending Things’ review: Charlie Kaufman takes a trip into the bizarre

Hollywood's wackiest filmmaker drops a thought-provoking comedy-drama that makes 'Tenet' seem straightforward

‘Matthias & Maxime’ review: will-they-won’t-they romance blurs boundaries between love and friendship

French auteur Xavier Dolan is back to his best after an English-language flop

‘The Great Heist’ review: must-watch bank job thriller for fans of ‘Narcos’

'Dog Day Afternoon' meets 'Money Heist' in this unmissable Netflix crime drama

‘The Vigil’ review: reality-blurring horror that tests faith and exploits our fears

Determining what is real or imagined is often a challenge in horror and filmmaker Keith Thomas is adroit at manipulating this
Advertisement