Madame Web, the latest addition to the expanding Spider-Man universe, emerges as a curious artifact reminiscent of the early 2000s era of comic book adaptations (and not the good ones).
David Farrier’s documentary, Mister Organ, transcends the traditional true-crime genre, plunging viewers into the unsettling orbit of Michael Organ, a figure cloaked in charm yet harbouring a disturbing reality.
Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom plunges audiences into the mesmerising depths of the ocean, offering a visually stunning spectacle directed by the master of horror, James Wan.
Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile features some excellent music from popular singer Shawn Mendes, though everything else in this film is pretty unoriginal.
The dynamic mind of Luca Guadagnino, best known for his powerhouse Call Me By Your Name (2017) and the horror gem Suspiria (2018), which made fanatics squirm, steers the director further into horror with Bones and All, creating a film that has just as much heart as it does bite.
Jordan Peele goes big with Nope but keeps true to his multilayered style, delivering a horror film with a lot to think about.
Robert Machoain’s The Integrity of Joseph Chambers, his second collaboration with Clayne Crawford follows suit from his previous hit, The Killing of Two Lovers, with a brooding, introspective examination of masculinity with fatal consequences.
The first film approved by the Bowie estate, Moonage Daydream, is the third documentary feature by Brett Morgen and by far, his most experimental.
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