As a super-deranged Count Dracula, the concept of too much is meat, drink and dessert to a Gothically embellished Nicolas Cage.

Saint Omer
In a finely crafted case of truth as perception, director Alice Diop leaves the obvious wide open.

The Blue Caftan
Grace and generosity are the life force of Maryam Touzani’s lyrical reflection on love.

November (‘Novembre’)
Taking the pulse of a pointless war is a tonally unrelenting slog.

Infinity Pool
Leave it to a Cronenberg to turn a deluxe resort into a death-dealing cloner playground.

Masquerade (‘Mascerade’)
Two users go for broke in a ritzy French caper with bite.

The Survival of Kindness
Writer-director Rolf de Heer isn’t messing around in a stark anatomy of racial hatred.

A Good Person
Every one of these characters is up to their necks in a mother lode of woe that makes perversely compelling viewing.

The Innocent ('L’Innocent')
Louis Garrel’s zesty souffle is a charmer from first caprice to last.

The Pope’s Exorcist
Russell Crowe is fabulous as exorcist Father Gabriele Amorth in director Julius Avery’s lurid horror show.

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