One of the funniest films ever made, Mel Brooks’ marvellously crafted, beautifully shot comedic homage to James Whale’s 1931 classic Frankenstein is both a loving tribute and a raucous, irreverent parody of the classic horror movies of the 1930’s.
The story of troubled sailor Donald Crowhurst has attracted a lot of attention from filmmakers with two adaptations this year alone. Brit indie horror director Simon Rumley (The Living and the Dead) has produced his own provocative take on this most unusual of heroic tales.
Rupert Everett - who writes, directs and stars in this magnificent drama - was born to play Oscar Wilde, and this, Everett's "11th-hour masterpiece" (The Times) focuses on Wilde's final years following his notorious trial and imprisonment for "gross indecency".
Branded the 'scariest horror movie in years' following its premiere at Sundance earlier in the year, Ari Aster's disturbing spook show, featuring a bravura performance by Toni Collette, is a domestic thriller about the most frightening ghosts of all: the spirits within.