Gru and the minions are back this week in Despicable Me 4, while romance blossoms in the shadow of Apollo 11 in Fly Me To The Moon. A serial killer leaves a trail of disturbing clues in Longlegs and an undead monster stalks the woods in In A Violent Nature. Slapstick action goes wild with Hundreds Of Beavers - we interviewed director and star Mike Cheslik and Ryland Brickson Cole Tews. Confessions of murder lead to deeper mystery in What Remains, while experiences of gender are explored in Orlando, My Political Biography, and there's a big screen rerelease for Brendan Fraser adventure The Mummy.

We also have a great selection of film and streaming suggestions in our Stay-at-Home Seven, plus read our Streaming Spotlight on gardening films.


Packshot of Hanky Panky on Hanky Panky Streaming now on Microsoft
A man and his sentient handkerchief best friend visit a remote mountain cabin and discover that only they can save the Earth.
Packshot of The Conversation on DVD The Conversation : 50th Anniversary Collector's Edition DVD Review
A surveillance expert's conscience starts to trouble him after a particularly difficult job.


We've recently been at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, where Dying screened.


Collaboration and fighting dictatorship Director Emin Alper and producer Yorgos Tsourgiannis on their working relationship

Chuckle chuckle baby Janis Pugh on laughter, love and community in her comedy musical

A constant source of energy David Hinton on Martin Scorsese and Made In England: The Films Of Powell And Pressburger

Five highlights of Fantasia 2024 Oddity, The Tenants, The G, Infinite Summer and The Missing

Making films without permission Nicole Riegel on why cinema should be uncomfortable, and Dandelion

San Sebastian announces New Directors titles Spanish films for festival have also been announced

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