Unsurprisingly, Black Widow is another very good Marvel movie, albeit a frustratingly compromised one.
Bitterly funny and bitingly insightful with one of TV’s best current ensembles, Mythic Quest’s second season sees the show continuing to richly mature into itself.
Sweat is an affecting and empathetic portrayal of loneliness in the social media age, albeit one which stumbles when applying that same eye towards stalking.
Emma Seligman’s feature debut is a near-essential carefully-observed cringe-fest of the highest order.
Britain’s best band are braver, bolder and even better on a third LP only held back by uneven sequencing.
First Cow is a typically Kelly Reichardt take on the American Dream, for good and less good.
In a sea of similar UK art-punk outfits, Squid’s debut makes its impact via cohesive unpredictability and greater hooks than its contemporaries.
Brian Fogel’s latest documentary is a fantastic and vital piece of journalism, albeit one whose potency is dulled slightly by questionable presentation decisions.
Charlène Favier’s debut feature is a perpetually unsettling and solidly-crafted abuse drama with a great central performance.
Sia’s appalling vanity project is ableist, racist, inept garbage.