Film Reviews

‘Men’ review: bloodthirsty folk-horror oddity that’s not for the squeamish

The latest from 'Ex Machina''s Alex Garland is a strange, hilarious and terrifying take on grief and toxic masculinity

‘Our Father’ review: real-life tragedy is reduced to a salacious bit of bin-juice bingeing

Netflix's latest true-crime documentary is less a balanced exposé than it is a tabloid scoop played for shocks

‘This Much I Know To Be True’ review: an engrossing and intimate portrait of Nick Cave

Andrew Dominik reunites with Cave and Warren Ellis for another definitive performance-meets-documentary gem

‘Silverton Siege’ review: explosive action covers over the cracks

An important apartheid-era standoff makes for no-frills Netflix fodder

‘SEVENTEEN Power Of Love: The Movie’ review: a sentimental love letter to fans

SEVENTEEN’s first-ever concert film is a heartwarming, spirited celebration of their accomplishments

‘Benedetta’ review: naughty nuns in Paul Verhoeven’s early modern erotica

Catholic activists want the 'blasphemous' drama banned