Lou Thomas

‘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

‘Unhinged’ review: a vicious and trashy road-rage thriller best enjoyed for what it is

Russell Crowe action flick has no deep meaning, it's just tense, fast entertainment that doesn’t outstay its welcome for a lean 93 minutes

‘The Traitor’ review: authentic Italian gangster thriller is an offer you shouldn’t refuse

You've seen Martin Scorsese's '90s mob epic, but this Italian Mafia drama is the real 'Goodfellas'

‘Ghosts Of War’ review: soldiers get spooked in supernatural WWII horror

If the Nazis weren't enough, these G.I.s have to fend off murderous spirits too

‘7500’ review: Joseph Gordon-Levitt returns in a Spielbergian hijacking thriller

Cinema's most likable everyman is back with his first film in three years

‘Only The Animals’ review: brooding, dread-filled mystery hides a deep, dark secret

French director Dominik Moll makes use of multiple character perspectives to spin a twisting tale of murder and intrigue

‘Jihad Jane’ review: lies, deceit and murder in a tale of terrorist seduction

How a classic holiday hookup led Colleen LaRose to a life behind bars