Insidious: The Last Key cursed by sequels

Lin Shaye as Dr. Elise Rainier and Caitlin Gerard as Imogen Rainier in <i>Insidious: The Last Key</i>.

While the Insidious series has given Lin Shaye a rare moment in the spotlight, there's a sense that as long as these films continue to strike a chord with audiences, the character seems destined to live out variants on the same trauma over and over.

Fifty Shades of Freed is the opposite of sexy

Ana (Dakota Johnson) and Christian (Jamie Dornan) are married in <i>Fifty Shades Freed</i>.

This instalment was shot at the same time as the last one, Fifty Shades Darker, and the strain shows. It limps to a finish and when it's over, I imagine that no one is happier to see the end than its two stars.

The Wound cuts deep to expose hypocrisy

Nakhane Toure stars as Xolani in <I>The Wound</I>.

How many great films do you know about male circumcision? Me neither: it's a contradiction in terms. Men make films about all kinds of unpleasant, violent, confronting things – mass murder, torture, combat – but that little snip is just too much for us lads.

13-year-old was 'down with this': Tarantino's shocking interview

An interview where Quentin Tarantino said Roman Polanski's sexual assault victim 'wanted to have it' has emerged.

As the gaze of Hollywood turns to Quentin Tarantino after Uma Thurman revealed his part in a near fatal car crash on the set of Kill Bill, an interview where the award-winning director defended Roman Polanski over the sexual assault of a 13-year-old model has emerged.

Haneke's Happy End challenges pop culture

Jean-Louis Trintignant in <i>Happy End</i>, a new film by Michael Haneke.

Film director Michael Haneke's Happy End explores his usual gloomy themes, albeit with a lighter touch. The hypocrisy of the bourgeoisie, the alienation caused by technology and the miseries of old age are played out in a mansion in Calais.