Like Ben Wheatley and Alice Lowe before him, Gareth Tunley’s cult British debut is a total masterclass.
Small budget, big idea, this is low-rent sci-fi at its best.
About as grisly and well-versed as found-footage micro-budget slashers can get.
A corpse, an autopsy and a metric tonne of intrigue – André Øvredal’s latest is a must-see.
Women fighting, but like you’ve never seen before.
There’s a reason everyone’s been throwing up in screenings of Raw…
Christopher Smith’s return to FrightFest isn’t quite up to scratch.
As far as shark movies go Cage Dive is well worth a nibble.
Martin Owen’s high-tech thriller is a solid little brain-bender.