‘Carto’ review: a map-making puzzler where whimsy turns finicky

Lovely map-shifting mechanics makes this cute puzzler worth a look, but isn’t compelling enough to make you stay

‘His House’ review: supernatural horror with a socially conscious kick

First-time director Remi Weekes serves up plenty jump scares, but his real-world terrors are much more frightening

Sam Smith – ‘Love Goes’ review: pop balladeer leans even further into heartbreak than before

Album three sees the star largely stick to tried-and-tested break-up songs

Eels – ‘Earth To Dora’ review: cautious optimism and a bruised sense of romance

Mark ‘E’ Everett's 13th album under his melancholic indie moniker is a life-worn collection that exudes fragile hope

CamelPhat – ‘Dark Matter’ review: stadium-ready indie-dance bangers (now we just need the stadiums)

The UK production duo call upon Noel Gallagher, Jake Bugg, Florence Welch and Foals' Yannis Philippakis

‘Ghostrunner’ review: a deadly cyberpunk first-person slasher that tests your patience

Ninja parkour gets too slippery to control as you bring a katana to a gunfight

‘The Craft: Legacy’ review: woke, witchy reboot casts an unconvincing spell

Zoe Lister-Jones' take on the '90s cult classic updates an old story with fresh ideas

Nothing – ‘The Great Dismal’ review: catharsis, crushing noise – and moments of monotony

Nothing's colossal fifth record has moments of overwhelming power, but sometimes gets bogged down

Jawny – ‘For Abby’ review: one of lockdown’s most innovative and colourful bedroom pop projects

The artist FKA as Johnny Utah follows the viral success of his TikTok hit 'Honeypie' with a mixtape packed full of funky slacker rock beats and infectious indie-pop anthems

‘Pikmin 3 Deluxe’ review: navigating ecological disaster has never been this cute

Nintendo’s terrific take on real-time strategy is just as magnificent on the Switch