Twisted sisters: Luca Guadagnino’s ‘Suspiria’

Sentimentality ruins the magic of this otherwise unsettling and actively cruel film

‘Bohemian Rhapsody’: Is this the real life, or is this just fantasy?

This biopic of the outlandish Queen is strangely sanitised

Orson Welles’s ‘The Other Side of the Wind’ and Morgan Neville’s ‘They’ll Love Me When I’m Dead’

The auteur’s messy mockumentary and the documentary that seeks to explain it are imperfect but better together

‘The Old Man and the Gun’ and the outlaw Robert Redford

David Lowery’s new film pays too much tribute to the Sundance Kid

The male gaze of ‘Ladies in Black’

Bruce Beresford’s adaptation lacks the charm and pathos of the classic novel

Toronto International Film Festival 2018 (part two)

The ordinary and the extraordinary at this year’s event, and the perils of criticism

Paul Feig’s sophisticated ‘A Simple Favour’

This camp study of sociopathy is far from simple

Toronto International Film Festival 2018 (part one)

A British outlier and a British newcomer are among the stand-outs in the first part of the festival

Joaquin Phoenix mesmerises in ‘You Were Never Really Here’

The actor distils embodied trauma to its purest form in Lynne Ramsay’s genre-subverting thriller

‘McQueen’: a vivid portrayal of a galvanising personality

The first feature documentary on fashion designer Alexander McQueen is unlikely to be the last