Happy Death Day 2U review – surprisingly alright sequel to horror time loop hit

Happy Death Day 2U, although tiring itself out with one too many sub-plots and occasional cheese, does keep that tight comedy/horror dynamic that the first one did so well, as well as bring something new to the time-worn 'time-loop' genre.

Shockproof Film Festival 2019 – Lords of Chaos, The Blob and John Carpenter

This year in Prague's gloriously tacky and low-brow Shockproof Film Festival, catch an eclectic mix of old and new, and trash and treasure. From John Carpenter and The Blob to brutal manga horror and Lords of Chaos, missing this festival is the most stupid thing you could do this year.

Godzilla, Gattaca and more at this year’s Future Gate sci-fi film festival

Godzilla, Gattaca and a medley of new films will screen in this year's diverse programme at the Future Gate Sci-fi Film Festival, one of Czech Republic's most enjoyable and entertaining film festivals.

Velvet Buzzsaw review – bizarre, tacky, dated, but a future cult classic?

Velvet Buzzsaw is the most peculiar film I have seen so far this year. It feels dated, predictable, tacky and occasionally trashy. In hindsight though, maybe it wasn't trashy enough? It feels like a satire on the art community, albeit one that we've heard too many times before, but never actually plays up the horror enough to take into trash cinema territory.

Prague Shorts 2018 programme now up – weightlifters, hangovers and sex for beginners

The 15th Prague Short Film Festival is upon us again, and this year's diverse programme of films from all over the globe, both in and out of competition, is now up. From Ingmar Bergman to Amazonian women, and virtual reality to sex for beginners, there's a treat for everyone here.

Glass review – a bloated and thoroughly disappointing follow-up to ‘Split’

Glass is an overstuffed and ridiculous entry in Shyamalan's cinematic universe that tries to make grand statements about our obsessions with superheroes, but ultimately falls flat from a flawed and clunky script, redundant characters, and an all round lack of that gritty realism that the previous two films had.