A neurosurgeon enters a mysterious world this week in Doctor Strange, a teenager goes on the road in American Honey, a divorcee is caught up in a missing persons case in The Girl On The Train and a carpenter with ill health and a young single mum take on the benefits system in I, Daniel Blake. Hungry ogres means trouble for Trolls and the delivery of babies gets the Storks in a flap. In the documentary corner there's Louis Theroux's My Scientology Movie and Sonita, the story of an Afghan rapper whose family try to sell her into marriage, while The 13th is also available on Netflix. We've recently been at New York Film Festival and the BFI London Film Festival, plus we're bringing you reviews from the Scottish Mental Health Arts And Film Festival.


Horror hit The Neighbour is out on DVD this Halloween Link

Maren Ade and Sandra Hüller talk about German Oscar entry Toni Erdmann Link

In The Heat Of The Night sees a black detective investigate a murder in a racist Southern town Link - on rerelease soon

A woman finds herself haunted by her author ex-husband's novel in Nocturnal Animals Link

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Packshot of The Neighbour on DVD The Neighbour DVD Review
What is the guy next door doing in his basement?
Packshot of The Clan on DVD The Clan DVD Review
The true story of the Puccio Clan. A family who kidnapped and killed people in the 80s.


From cinema releases to the films curated by the likes of Frightfest and Grimmfest, there's been a lot of great horror around this year, but there's plenty of old stuff we still enjoy as well. The Lost Boys is just one of the films coming back to haunt fans this year. Check out what's happening near you this Halloween.


The visitor Maren Ade and Sandra Hüller discuss work, meerkats and Toni Erdmann.

Mysterious island Gianfranco Rosi on the Lampedusa crisis and uniting two worlds in Fire At Sea.

Out of the shadows Paul Dalio on being bipolar, Touched With Fire and the power of art.

A little flame in the dark Erica Tremblay on roller derby, gender, community and In The Turn.

"I wanted to do something subversive" Michael Moore In TrumpLand - in his own words.

Balcony wins double Iris Prize UK film takes honour for first time in 10 years.

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We're bringing you all the latest news and reviews direct from the Scottish Mental Health Arts And Film Festival.

We're looking forward to Welsh horror spectacular Abertoir, the French Film Festival UK and the Made in Prague Film Festival.

We've recently been at the London Film Festival, Grimmfest and the New York Film Festival.

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