The Guilty is an expertly crafted, endlessly exciting confined thriller that offers plenty of interesting insight into the way our words affect those around us.
We’ve ranked all of James Wan’s horror movies following the release of his latest feature film, Malignant.
Kate is a vibrant and ambitious take on the action genre, but ultimately feels like a more tiresome version of what we’ve seen many times before.
Worth certainly isn’t an easy watch, but its precisely crafted screenplay asks the audience crucial questions regarding life, loss and the value of humanity.
Wild Indian paints a bleak portrait of abuse and trauma through its story of a desperate killer under attack.
Reminiscence is bound to be one of the year’s more divisive films, but its poignant story and stunning visuals make it a riveting journey throughout.
Beckett is full of plenty of thrills and shocks, but its overloaded script often feels too complex for its own good.
Don’t Breathe manages to rise above its surprisingly basic script, and creates a chillingly intense experience to keep you on the edge of your seat.
Jungle Cruise might not quite live up to the emotional highs of the films it draws inspiration from, but it’s an entertaining ride nevertheless.
Whirlybird is not just a captivating adventure through the skies of Los Angeles – but also an introspective portrait of family life and the strive for success.