Mark Kermode reviews 78/52.
Beyond The Reach reviewed by Robbie Collin
Mark Kermode reviews Brighton Rock, starring Sam Riley, Helen Mirren and John Hurt.
Mark Kermode reviews Criminal.
James Watkins' horror about a couple whose romantic break takes a turn for the worst.
Mark Kermode reviews Gone Girl.
Robbie Collin reviews Greta.
Mark takes a look at the latest horror film from South Korean director Kim Jee-woon.
Mark Kermode reviews It Chapter Two.
It reviewed by Mark Kermode
James McAvoy talks to Simon Mayo about his new film, It: Chapter Two.
Mark Kermode reviews Kill Your Friends.
The remake of the controversial classic comes under the scrutiny of Mark Kermode.
Lynne Ramsay on directing We Need To Talk About Kevin; Sir Cameron Mackintosh at 65.
The 2011 remake of the controversial thriller Straw Dogs is reviewed by Mark Kermode.
Zoe Ball is joined by Michael Shannon who talks about his new film The Iceman.
Mark Kermode reviews Nocturnal Animals.
Rosamund Pike talks about her role in the much-anticipated screen adaptation of Gone Girl.
A group of friends kidnap a gangster's favourite dog.
Tragedy follows after a woman is prescribed an experimental drug by her psychiatrist.
After her father dies, a woman and her mother are joined by a man claiming to be related.
Mark Kermode reviews Suburbicon.
Mark Kermode reviews The Boy Next Door
Christopher Nolan's second film in the Batman franchise, the follow-up to Batman Begins.
Michael Shannon stars as a family man who lives a double life as a contract killer.
Paul Gambaccini talks about the winner of 1992's Best Picture Award. With Jodie Foster.
The Visit reviewed by Mark Kermode
Tom Ford talks to Simon Mayo about his new film, Nocturnal Animals.