London Film Festival top picks
The movies we expect to shine at this year's London Film Festival
This year, 225 films are screening at the London Film Festival. Don’t know where to start? Our critics pick the movies they’re most looking forward to, from unmissable docs to the best new drama from around the world.
Mumblecore icon Mark Duplass scripted this survivalist shocker about three women on a nostalgic trip whose holiday is violently disrupted by a gang of marauding ex-military maniacs.
Read more about 'Black Rock'
The welcome return of ‘Phantasm’ and ‘Bubba Ho-Tep’ director John Coscarelli with a wild psychotropic conspiracy thriller in which Paul Giamatti is hunted by monsters from beyond.
Read more about 'John Dies at the End'
A touch of ‘The Boys From Brazil’ and a smidgen of ‘Unbreakable’ make this eerie Spanish thriller sound truly intriguing: the tale of a man on a quest to uncover his own dark origins.
Read more about 'Painless'
A single dad is menaced by gangs of inhuman hoodies in a ripped-from-the-headlines British horror movie set against a backdrop of urban desolation and decay.
Read more about 'Citadel'
Writer-director Austin Chick riffs on the 1970s grindhouse rape-revenge cycle for this sick, satirical thriller thriller about two girls on a man-murdering rampage.
Read more about 'Girls Against Boys'