Movies don’t come any more unremittingly bleak thanThe Devil’s Bath, which finds the filmmaking team of Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala shifting from horror to historiography. It’s a move that suits ...
Directors Arun Bhattarai and Dorottya Zurbó follow a Bhutan government official as she surveys citizens for the country’s Gross National Happiness index, prompting intriguing questions about what ...
Horror director Chris Nash explores the slasher movie form from a different angle as we follow a once-human bogeyman on a brutal, slow-paced killing rampage through the remote woods of Northern ...
Combining lo-fi CGI, video game gags and the sadism of a Looney Tunes short, director Mike Cheslik’s repetitive but lovable comedy about a boozed-up Wisconsin fur trapper is a cult movie in the making ...
As Francis Ford Coppola’s neo-noir thriller The Conversation returns to cinemas with a new 4K restoration for its 50th anniversary, we revisit our original review of the film from July 1974, in which ...
Director Osgood Perkins’s enigmatic horror follows a rookie FBI agent on the case of an occultist serial killer known as Longlegs, played by a terrifying Nicolas Cage in full ‘nouveau shamanic’ acting ...
Using new generative software, director Gary Hustwit explores Brian Eno‘s creative strategies using a jigsaw puzzle of interview sequences designed to screen in random order, an inspired approach that ...
Combining drollness and dread, writer-director Jason Yu offers a subtly unnerving exploration of marriage in Sleep. The mix of tones is characteristically Korean, but the film is pleasingly individual ...
One of the first written words I committed to memory was ‘Konec’, or the Czech for ‘The End’, a by-product of Czechoslovak animated shorts forming a surprisingly staple part of 1970s BBC childrens’ ...