Happy Halloween! As you'd expect, there's some spooky stuff out this week, with The Babadook ready to put kids off reading and The Book Of Life inspiring a quest to the land of the dead, as Horns grow on Daniel Radcliffe's head. Meanwhile, you can see a portrait of the artist Mr. Turner - read our interview with star Timothy Spall - there's tragic romance in Serena, and childhood sweethearts keep missing each other in Love, Rosie. Family secrets are revealed in This Is Where I Leave You and a blind teenager struggles for independence in The Way He Looks. Music fans will love Hendrix biopic Jimi: All Is By My Side, while a tank commander takes his crew on a deadly mission in Fury. A slate of great re-releases includes the terrifying Aliens, comedy classic Ghostbusters, the original Invasion Of The Body Snatchers, ghost story The Woman In Black and Michelangelo Antonioni's Zabriskie Point. In the documentary corner, Citizenfour profiles Edward Snowden and Time Is Illmatic looks at the career of hip hop artist Nas. All this, plus we're bringing you coverage of Glasgay!


The line-up for @lefrenchfilmfes has been announced, here's some early reviews Link #FFFUK

The story of a female Tamil poet's remarkabe life is told in Salma Link which showed as part of the Blue Moon Film Fest

As #shocktober draws to a close we pay a last visit to Elm Street for Wes Craven's New Nightmare Link

A bit of something from our archive for #Halloween - the film scenes that scared our writers most Link

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An elf travels back in time to save Santa's sleigh
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Three potentially deadly sharknados threaten to converge on New York City.


London Film Festival opened with the The Imitation Game, read abou this year's award winners. Recent festival coverage also includes New York Film Festival and San Sebastian Film Festival, which saw Magical Girl take home the Golden Shell. Closer to home, we have been taking a look at films showing at the Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival.


The mysterious Monsieur Jacques Jean-Yves Ollivier on the secret negotiations for ending Apartheid documented in Plot For Peace.

At home with Himmler Vanessa Lapa and Felix Breisach on The Decent One.

On the ball Rhys Chapman discusses Wonderkid and tackling homophobia in football.

Luis Moreno Ocampo on pursuing justice First Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court talks about Watchers Of The Sky

Halloween happenings 2014 Spooky goings-on around the UK.

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Win DVDs of Hide Your Smiling Faces and Wolfcop on DVD, plus Blu-rays of The NeverEnding Story and Once Upon A Time In America in our latest .