The Wailing (★★★★ Empire Review)

When a mysterious sickness causes a spate of horrifically brutal murders in a normally sleepy Seoul suburb, the media blames poisonous mushrooms. But detective Jong-Goo (Kwak), whose young daughter appears afflicted, has cause to suspect an elderly stranger (Kunimura) recently arrived

The Wailing (★★★★ Empire Review)

When a mysterious sickness causes a spate of horrifically brutal murders in a normally sleepy Seoul suburb, the media blames poisonous mushrooms. But detective Jong-Goo (Kwak), whose young daughter appears afflicted, has cause to suspect an elderly stranger (Kunimura) recently arrived

The Commuter (★★★ Empire Review)

On his way home after losing his job, insurance salesman (and ex-cop)Michael MacCauley (Neeson) unwisely accepts a bag of money to uncover the identity of someone on his regular commute. But as the train hurtles towards its final destination, Michael

The Commuter (★★★ Empire Review)

On his way home after losing his job, insurance salesman (and ex-cop)Michael MacCauley (Neeson) unwisely accepts a bag of money to uncover the identity of someone on his regular commute. But as the train hurtles towards its final destination, Michael

Shot Caller (★★★★ Empire Review)

Ten years after stockbroker Jacob (Game of Thrones’ Coster-Waldau) is jailed for a drink-driving offence, he leaves prison a hardened criminal with underworld connections. Instead of reconnecting with his wife and grown-up son, he strives to spare them by embracing

Shot Caller (★★★★ Empire Review)

Ten years after stockbroker Jacob (Game of Thrones’ Coster-Waldau) is jailed for a drink-driving offence, he leaves prison a hardened criminal with underworld connections. Instead of reconnecting with his wife and grown-up son, he strives to spare them by embracing

My Life In Movies: Eddie Marsan (Time Out Interview)

Famous Londoners share their favourite film spots What was the first film you saw in London?    I was born in Stepney, raised in Bethnal Green. My first London film memory was my dad taking me to see Robin Hood, the

My Life In Movies: Eddie Marsan (Time Out Interview)

Famous Londoners share their favourite film spots What was the first film you saw in London?    I was born in Stepney, raised in Bethnal Green. My first London film memory was my dad taking me to see Robin Hood, the

Dolores (★★★★ Empire Review)

Latina civil rights activist Dolores Huerta steps out of César Chavez’s shadow in a documentary looking back at 87-year-old Huerta’s lifetime of activism, giving a voice to disenfranchised Latino workers. She co-founded the pioneering United Farm Workers’ Union with César

Dolores (★★★★ Empire Review)

Latina civil rights activist Dolores Huerta steps out of César Chavez’s shadow in a documentary looking back at 87-year-old Huerta’s lifetime of activism, giving a voice to disenfranchised Latino workers. She co-founded the pioneering United Farm Workers’ Union with César

Bingo: The King Of Mornings (★★★ Empire Review)

Based on the true story behind the Brazilian incarnation of US children’s TV sensation Bozo the Clown, and the struggles of the man behind the makeup as he copes with the pressures of a hit show, and a contractual requirement

Bingo: The King Of Mornings (★★★ Empire Review)

Based on the true story behind the Brazilian incarnation of US children’s TV sensation Bozo the Clown, and the struggles of the man behind the makeup as he copes with the pressures of a hit show, and a contractual requirement