Woody has to protect Bonnie’s new favourite toy, a figure made from a spork and art supplies. Contrived but watchable fourth instalment. Looks great, has some interestingly dark moments, a fine chase, and is funny throughout, but is an unnecessary coda to the series rather than a required conclusion.
A family on holiday is terrorised by doppelgangers. Initially slow-burning, but ultimately incendiary horror movie with a few satirical flourishes, and brains as well as blood. Repays multiple viewings, and close attention throughout. Recommended.
Want another perspective? Here’s Xussia’s.
Intense, terrifying and brilliant, this film finds a family terrorised by their doppelgängers. A genuinely innovative horror from ‘Get Out’ director Peele. Go see it!
Comics-loving best friends hypnotise their headteacher into becoming a superhero. Splendid animation – based on the Dav Pilkey books – that delivers a barrage of bottom jokes and a touching portrayal of childhood friendship. Recommended.
A photographer’s first weekend visit to his girlfriend’s parents. A fantastic contemporary horror picture with a social message, Get Out delivers on all fronts. Highly recommended.