Daniel Radcliffe tries to leave Harry Potter behind – and how! He plays a DJ who is accused of murdering his girlfriend (Juno Temple) and then grows devil horns. But are they a sign of his guilt, or something else entirely?
BOOK OF LIFE ★★★★
Inspired by the Mexican Day of the Dead celebrations, this psychedelic fun-ride sees a young troubadour travel through different realms in an attempt to win the love of a woman. With the voices of Diego Luna, Zoë Saldana and Channing Tatum.
Depression-era romantic drama that’s enlivened by the presence of stars Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper. Their relationship begins in passion and ends in tragedy.
THE BABADOOK ★★★★
Outstanding Australian horror about a widowed mother who struggles to cope with her young son’s behaviour. They read a storybook about the sinister Babadook – but is the monster more real than imaginary?
American comedy stars Tina Fey and Jason Bateman are among the members of a dysfunctional family forced to get together after a death. This boasts a star-studded cast, some witty lines and a lot of heart.
OutKast’s André Benjamin plays Jimi Hendrix in an insightful look at the rocker’s life just prior to his rise to fame. Written and directed by John Ridley, writer of 12 Years a Slave.