A remarkable documentary about Canada’s ‘potty-mouthed Grandma’ and leading sex educator.
Family disintegration, rural machismo and the search for Golden Viagra in this charming coming-of-age movie.
A charming animated film about the power of music to help the lost and broken find identity and friendship.
Continuing our guide to the Nottingham festival’s highlights with a look at the most charming piece of time slip sci-fi that you’ll ever see.
If you go down in the woods today, you’re sure of a big surprise – this high-concept monster movie is the most shamelessly fun film to come along in ages.
“An apex predator… high on cocaine… out of its mind.”
An arrestingly minimalist and slow-paced look at architecture, nature and the nature of the outsider.
Jasmine Trinca’s tale of narcissism, mother and daughter bonding and a road trip gone bad is not exactly fun but is nevertheless oddly rewarding.
The Spanish animated war film pits Care Bears against Unicorns – but it transcends its conceit to become a bleak, unsettling tale of conflict, sibling rivalry and madness.
Poland’s most prolific and eccentric action film director goes all autobiographical in his new film. Is the world ready?
The newly-made follow-up – in name only – to the notorious Video Nasty is not an enjoyable viewing experience.
Primus takes a deep dive into the delirious world of modern conspiracy theory in the band’s new track.