Film Reviews

‘Herself’ review: Clare Dunne shines in an urgent drama about domestic violence

The little-known Irish actress puts in a stunning performance as a young mother who escapes her abusive husband

‘I Am Greta’ review: an inside look at one girl’s fight to save the world

This is what it's really like to have the planet's future resting on your shoulders

‘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

‘Rebecca’ review: mediocrity is this Netflix murder mystery’s greatest crime

Ben Wheatley reboots Daphne du Maurier's 80-year-old classic

‘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

‘Evil Eye’ review: cross-continental horror thriller doesn’t translate into scares

Sarita Choudhury's superstitious mother becomes convinced that her daughter has fallen under the spell of a long-dead ex-boyfriend

‘Nocturne’ review: Blumhouse horror about feuding musicians fluffs the high notes

When Sydney Sweeney's teen musician makes a Faustian pact, her ill-gotten success soon turns to terror

‘One Night In Miami’ review: four Black icons meet at America’s cultural crossroads

During the 1960s Civil Rights Movement, Malcolm X, Cassius Clay, Sam Cooke and American footballer Jim Brown meet

‘Saint Maud’ review: Rose Glass’s terrifying debut is the new saviour of cinema

If the year's best horror can't get people back to the pictures, then nothing can
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