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Daily Archives: May 1, 2017

Horror came roaring back to the forefront in the 2010s, a decade that has so far featured perhaps the most innovative and interesting films to be produced in the genre in decades: The Cabin in the Woods, It Follows, and The Babadook have all become modern horror classics, and now generations of filmmakers raised on decades’ worth of movies of… Read more »

01 May 2017 | Features, Film Lists

Darren Aronofsky’s filmography may be small, but it’s also consistently solid. Even at his worst, Aronofsky still manages to create films with profound messages. His ability to experiment with different genres and filmmaking techniques is admirable. More importantly, his knack for capturing the darker side of life is almost unprecedented. Whether he’s making a movie about ballet or mathematics, Aronofsky… Read more »

01 May 2017 | Features, Film Lists

The article you are about to read could be easily retitled as “Travelling Around the World in Search for Dramas”, considering that each of the films hereinafter originates from a different country, co-productions aside. None of them, however, could be classified purely as drama, even when there are no additional terms on their respective IMDb page. Going from Japan to… Read more »

01 May 2017 | Features, Film Lists