Luca Guadagnino carves out his own territory in horror cinema history with his remake of Dario Argento's SUSPIRIA
Alex Pettyfer's directorial debut is a moody, subdued story about masculinity, family dysfunction, and small town repression.
Eddie Brock and his new pal Venom aren't just a Marvel duo, they represent a lot of our (post)modern-day fears.
Megan Griffiths delivers a powerful, subtle gut punch to America's blind military worship with SADIE.
TYREL explores how seemingly harmless behaviour, to white people, is not always so for people of colour.
CAM tells the story of a woman divided against other women, divided against herself.
David Mackenzie's tale of Robert the Bruce avoids the myths, focusing on the fierce man of flesh and blood.
THE FIRST PURGE is the franchise's best, going back to the beginning to examine the Purge's origins in classism, racism, and inherent human violence.
The new Gareth Evans film takes on Christianity, cults, and more with its dark fantasy + folk horror.
Ari Aster's HEREDITARY is fantastic horror— also a journey into grief, mental illness, and the psychological terror of family.
UNFRIENDED: DARK WEB explores the brutal terror of an unrestricted internet, where privacy from the right people doesn't mean the wrong people aren't watching.
SLICE is nothing special, though it's full of commentary about modern social divisions, urban renewal, and racists.