- Films and events
From the mind-altering and unclassifiable to fantasy, sci-fi and horror.
Léa Seydoux wanders through a maze of past, present and uncertain future in Bertrand Bonello’s audacious blend of period drama and conceptual crystal-gazing.
Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein gets a new lease of life in this chilling morality tale from debut director Laura Moss.
Late Night with the Devil
Like Ghostwatch reimagined as a cheesy 1970s chat show, this deviously clever found-footage horror has scares to spare.
Nightwatch – Demons Are Forever
This journey into the Nightwatch universe will appeal to both newcomers and fans, and features cracking turns from Fanny Bornedal, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and Kim Bodnia.
The allure of the serial killer is explored in this deeply unsettling and unforgettable exploration of the impact of extreme violence.
Aptly subtitled: Or, the incredibly strange rise and fall of the world’s wildest cinema and how it influenced a mixed-up generation of weirdos and misfits.
This eerie, utterly compelling British horror centres on a filmmaker spiralling into a nightmare of delusions after the death of her domineering mother.
Vincent Must Die
Stéphan Castang’s darkly paranoid comedy shades into an apocalyptic nightmare, as a man suddenly finds himself a universal victim.