Danny Boyle and Richard Curtis explore a world without The Beatles in this winning romantic comedy.
Four teenage boys find themselves being hunted in the Scottish wilderness in Ninian Doff’s gleefully silly genre comedy.
Beanie Feldstein and Kaitlyn Dever impress in Olivia Wilde’s lively, funny and progressive teen comedy.
Two teenagers try to make their way to an underground rave in Brian Welsh’s witty, poignant Scottish coming-of-age drama Beats.
Comedian Bo Burnham makes his directorial debut with this warm, witty and painfully relateable coming of age story.
Jordan Peele touches on the class divide in his latest social satire, an often thrilling but overstuffed follow up to Get Out.
Jason Mitchell stars as the lone black man in amongst a group of white bros on a boozy birthday weekend in Sebastian Silva’s sharp comedy drama Tyrel.
Bone Tomahawk writer/director S. Craig Zahler returns with a grimly compelling crime epic starring Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn as a pair of disgraced cops embroiled in a heist-gone-wrong.
Melissa McCarthy and Richard E Grant star in Marielle Heller’s sensitively observed biopic of literary forger Lee Israel.
2018 has come and gone, so it’s time to countdown the year’s best films, from Bradley Cooper’s A Star is Born and Ryan Coogler’s Black Panther, to Best Picture winner The Shape of Water and Chloe Zhao’s indie The Rider.