Their films were on every Top 10, but what's on their lists? Guillermo del Toro, Lynne Ramsay, Edgar Wright, and more reflect on the best of 2018.
This year was jam-packed full of movies with in-universe movie references and cool bits of trivia – comedic treats that only eagle-eyed fans will spot.
2018 has been one of the best years at the cinema in ages with something for everyone from romantic musicals and low budget comedies to epic superhero event movies. Cinema attendance has bounced back in U.K. making 2018 a record year at the box office, which means you’ve probably seen a ton of great movies over the last 12 months.In compiling the Yahoo Movies UK best movies of 2018 list, we polled over a dozen movie journalists, critics, and writers, and over 60 films made it into the long list.This range of titles speaks to a terrific 365 days of films, with a diverse selection of movies catering for all tastes. Votes were cast far and wide, leading to a tightly fought battle for the number one spot. The film that made the top spot is a true crowdpleaser, and while only one writer named it their favourite film of the year, it featured in nearly every top 10 we received.Join us now as we share Yahoo Movies UK’s list of the 20 best movies of 2018.READ MOREBiggest box office hits and misses of 2018All of 2018’s comic-book movies – rankedThe biggest movie poster fails of 2018
2018 has been an incredible year for superhero movies.Putting them in order has honestly been a bigger challenge than wrestling Thanos’ glove from his evil paw, but somehow we managed it.Click above for all the comic-book movies released this year – including a couple you almost definitely haven’t seen – that we’ve definitively ranked from the very worst, to the absolutely incredible.Read moreThe worst movie plot holes of 2018Movie franchises that jumped the shark in 201810 amazing overlooked 2018 movies
Another year has come to pass and with it some big names in Hollywood.Over the last twelve months we’ve had to say a sad farewell to certain filmmakers and stars who have appeared in some of the world’s favourite films and TV shows.Here’s a look back at some of those famous faces who passed away in 2018.READ MOREHow to a make a killer shark movieDisney’s most bizarre crossoversWreck-It Ralph 2 was nearly very different
A blockbuster that changed the game, a sliver of awards season favourites, and independent gems that are worth uncovering: we round up the top 15 of the year's films, as chosen by film critic Geoffrey Macnab. It’s a wartime story in which, for a change, the men are relegated to supporting roles. It follows in a tradition of French rural family sagas like Jean De Florette or Manon Des Sources.
We’re officially at the midpoint of 2018 and what a year it’s already been for cinema.From Annihilation to A Quiet Place, Coco to Call Me By Your Name, film fans have been inundated with top movies to enjoy but it doesn’t stop there.The next six months are filled with just as many quality releases, but here are 20 that aren’t sequels, remakes or reboots you might want to pop in your calendar.READ MORESam Claflin on YA film genre’s demiseBenicio del Toro on finding his conscience in Sicario 2How to make it as a comic book writer
A look ahead to some of the most hotly anticipated shows still to hit our screens in 2018, from pitch black comedies to dark crime dramas.