The Dead Don't Die is Jim Jarmusch's new film, and as you can probably guess from the title, it's a zombie film, and it stars basically everyone (who matters).
Us is full of big ideas and social commentaries. From racism to class divide, Jordan Peele's latest explores some of America's issues, but fails to do so by playing around with one too many horror conventions and sub-genres. What on earth was that?
Natalie Portman soars as troubled pop star 'Celeste' in Vox Lux.
Bo Burnham's Eighth Grade is an absolute pleasure. I doubt there has honestly ever been such a sensitive and delightful teen coming-of-age comedy that's managed to sum up those years so accurately. Also, Kayla listens to Enya.
Nicole Kidman is almost unrecognisable in this gender flip on the cold hard detective thriller. Despite it being her most memorable performance in recent years though, Destroyer is weighed down by, what feels like, a lack of tension, urgency, and quite honestly, a lack of, well, destroying.
Prague International Film Festival Febiofest will screen horror classic The Exorcist in its Director's Cut version, never before seen in Czech cinemas.
Captain Marvel serves more as an Avengers prequel than a stand-alone origin story for Marvel's overdue female superhero. Despite the fun and the '90s goodness, we're left wondering who Carol Danvers really is and if we even care.