Get Spooky with The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest, You Don't Like the Truth: 4 Days Inside Guantanamo and More in This Week's Film Roundup

Get Spooky with <i>The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest</i>, <i>You Don't Like the Truth: 4 Days Inside Guantanamo</i> and More in This Week's Film Roundup
Are you feeling indecisive about which movie to catch this Halloween weekend? Well, look no further, because we've reviewed this week's new releases and compiled them right here. Check out the Exclaim! Recently Reviewed section for all the latest film reviews.

First up, Millennium trilogy fans take note: the third and final instalment of the series is hitting theatres this weekend. Read the review to find out what we have to say about The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest (pictured), directed by Daniel Alfredson.

Next up is the documentary You Don't Like the Truth: 4 Days Inside Guantanamo, which describes the FBI interrogation of the war crimes suspect Omar Khadr. Read the review to find out why we feel the film is essential. And in other Canada-related cinema, we have Filiere 13, directed by Patrick Huard. The film is a comedy about a mismatched police duo and their mishaps with the women in their lives.

The perilous state of the world economy has been in the news for years now, and it's no surprise that documentaries about the big bad suits who rule the banks have got attention. Inside Job, directed by Charles Ferguson, takes us to Iceland to tell a cautionary tale against bank deregulation. Then, iconic director Stephen Frears is back, this time with a film about a big-city woman who is forced to return to her small-town roots in Tamara Drewe.

Ben Steinbauer hunts down the Winnebago salesman behind one of the original on-air tantrums to go viral on YouTube in the documentary Winnebago Man. And lastly, don't miss our review of Aftershock, directed by Feng Xiaogang, a film that spans the three decades separating two devastating earthquakes that shook the same remote area of China.

Check out all of these films and more at the Exclaim! Recently Reviewed section.