Horror maestro Mike Flanagan summons up a surprisingly effective sequel.
Andrea Arnold makes her first American film with this beautiful, sprawling road movie.
Emily Blunt shines as a floundering alcoholic in Tate Taylor’s pulpy thriller.
Film making duo Daniels make a striking debut with this surreal tale of a suicidal man and the dead body that keeps him alive.
Daniel Radcliffe gives a revelatory turn as an undercover cop who infiltrates a white supremacist group.
Fede Alvarez musters some old-school tension and exploitative thrills in this inventive horror.
Woody Allen’s latest whisks us through the world of the ’30s glitterati in this light and breezy comedy drama.
The third installment in The Purge franchise is the best yet, but still fails to fully capitalise on the potential of its premise.
Jonah Hill gives one of his best performances in Todd Phillips’ uneven look at the toxic side of the American dream.
The Lonely Island take on pop docs in this hilarious mockumentary.