This year's 49th London Film Festival is showcasing rather a lot of films that EMB fans are going to be eager to see over the coming months, so naturally we are there for the next fortnight, reviewing all the genre-based delights on offer.
There's sly and surrealistic Hitchcockean goings on in Dominick Moll's Lemming, fear, loathing and paranoia in Michael (Funny Games) Haneke's masterful Hidden and French zombies who just want to go home in Robin Campillo's Les Revenants.
Terry Giliiam's returns with his personal take on The Brothers Grimm, and - the most hotly anticipated film of the fortnight – Park Chan-Wook's Sympathy for Lady Vengeance will be receiving its UK premiere on October 22nd.
Keep checking back on this site for all the latest genre reviews from the LFF throughout the next two weeks.
The London Film Festival opened on Oct 19th with The Constant Gardener and closes on 3rd Nov with George Clooney's Good Night, and Good Luck. Other gems to look out for including Neil Gaiman's MirrorMask and Shane Black's Kiss Kiss Bang Bang.
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