FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
Women who helped win World War Two are celebrated this week in A Call To Spy, road rage leads to trouble in Tailgate, a lengthy friendship between cyclists features in The Climb, and teenagers solve puzzles in Max Winslow And The House Of Secrets. Ben Wheatley takes on Gothic classic Rebecca and there's a chance to see 'cursed' film Antrum. Nostalgic romance Cinema Paradiso, Ealing comedy The Ladykillers and werewolf fan favourite Dog Soldiers all get re-releases. A couple's lives are turned upside down in Chop Chop, office workers face a sticky situation in Tar and a West Virginia legend is explored in The Mothman Legacy. A teenager begins to question her religious community in The Other Lamb and a passionate friendship leads to danger in Carmilla. An undertaker and his new assistant exchange stories in The Mortuary Collection - see our interview with director Ryan Spindell - while future soldiers take on mutant pigs in Bullets Of Justice, an assassin falls for her target's son in The Dance and the experiences of Indian doctors in the US are documented in A Pandemic: Away From The Motherland. All this, plus we're bringing you news and reviews from Sheffield Docfest and New York's Newfest.
A girl seeks revenge for her murdered family in The Hatred Link
Teenagers explore ways of expressing gender and other aspects of identity in Always Amber Link #Newfest
From Babadook to Pepe the Frog, here's this week's Stay-At-Home Seven Link #stayathome
A couple stranded in the American heartland seek help from the wrong house in Honeydew Link #Frightfest
NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS
Check out our latest weekly column, the Stay-At-Home Seven, which suggests films you can watch on UK TV or streaming services in the coming days, plus this week's Streaming Spotlight focuses on Argentinian filmmakers.
Stay-At-Home Seven: October 26 to 31 Telly and streaming suggestions for the coming week
Streaming Spotlight - Argentinian filmmakers A selection of Latin-America's finest
Capturing the star who didn't want to fall Ksawery Szczepanik chats about his documentary portrait of Polish pole vaulter Wladyslaw Kozakiewicz
French Film Festival UK returns for 28th edition Hybrid edition planned
Jeff Bridges diagnosed with lymphoma "As the Dude would say.. New S**T has come to light"
2020 does Halloween differently London and Edinburgh events are reimagined to follow pandemic rules
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