The struggle for votes for women is remembered this week in Suffragette, potentially false memories mean trouble in thriller Regression, an FBI agent takes on a cartel boss in Sicario, a man tries to win back his girlfriend in We'll Never Have Paris and a dead girlfriend tries to keep her man in Nina Forever. The battle's lost and won for Macbeth - see what Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard told us about it - while an astronaut finds himself fighting to survive after being stranded in The Martian and a scriptwriter does something similar in biopic Trumbo. A mechanic rediscovers herself in Fidelio, Alice's Odyssey, sisters conceal a death in Addicted To Fresno, and a widower goes in on the ground floor as The Intern at a fashion house, while a boy bonds with a giraffe in Zarafa. Lock up your shrubberies because Monty Python And The Holy Grail is on re-release. In the documentary corner, The Nightmare explores sleep paralysis - see what director Rodney Ascher told us about it - the trial of a man who shot an unarmed teen features in 3½ Minutes, Ten Bullets, the story of Abkhazia is told in Letters To Max, and we tour London's drag scene in Dressed As A Girl. All this, plus we're bringing you coverage direct from the London Film Festival and the Scottish Mental Health Arts And Film Festival.


An old New England house harbours deadly secrets in We Are Still Here Link - coming soon on DVD Link

This year's Scottish BAFTA nominations have been announced Link

A suicide epidemic in the Venezuelan Andes is explored in The Silence Of The Flies Link #smhaff

Zombie-like people engage in primitive power struggles in Steve Oram's biting satire Aaaaaaaah! Link

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A couple grieving the death of their son move into an old house were they find themselves tormented by vengeful spirits.
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In a prequel to the first two Insidious films, medium Elise helps a teenager who is desperate to contact her deceased mother.


The London Film Festival has begun with the European premiere of Suffragette.

We've recently been at New York Film Festival, San Sebastian Film Festival and the Venice Film Festival. Plus we've been chatting to Orlando Bloom at Deauville Festival of American Cinema.


Genius en passant Cliff Curtis on playing Genesis Potini in The Dark Horse.

Beefing up reality Gabriel Mascaro on the mixture of the surreal and the actual in Neon Bull.

The copyist Jacob Bernstein on stars, a song, Nora Ephron and Everything Is Copy.

A personal view More from Arnaud Desplechin about My Golden Days.

What dreams may come? Rodney Ascher on sleep paralysis and making The Nightmare.

Scottish BAFTA nominations announced A good day for Barney Thomson.

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We still have reviews coming in from the San Sebastian Film Festival, the Deauville Festival of American Cinema, the Venice Film Festival and Film4 Frightfest.

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