Fahrenheit 11/9 (15)**

Dir: Michael Moore

Runtime: 128 minutes

MICHAEL Moore’s documentary assault on Donald Trump is at once magnificently angry and toweringly stupid. The helmer of Bowling for Columbine takes as his starting point November 9, the day after the 2016 election, and asks how Trump won, despite nearly all predictions (not Moore’s: he had been warning about The Donald for years). Moore is on winning form when shining a light on the poisoned water scandal in Flint (which happened before Trump took office), recent school shootings, and the rising tide of intolerance in America. What a pity he loses the plot completely when the Hitler comparisons begin and his film takes a turn for the ridiculous and offensive.

Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween (PG) ***

Dir: Ari Sandel

With: Wendi McLendon-Covey, Madison Iseman, Ken Jeong

IF you are after a good-natured Halloween caper look no further than this follow up to the 2015 hit. Sonny and Sam (Jeremy Ray Taylor, Caleel Harris) think they have hit the jackpot when their career as junk removers starts in a big house. All they come away with, though, is a ventriloquist’s dummy who turns out to be far more than he seems. Cue mayhem as big sis and mum (the ever amusing Wendi McLendon-Covey) get in on the action. Watch out for author RL Stine, on whose books the series is based, in a cameo. Some scenes are pretty scary, and that’s before we get to the dummy who laughs like Timmy Mallett.