15 Great Movies To Watch If You Liked “Black Mirror”

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Since its debut on UK’s Channel 4 back in December of 2011, Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror has gained the reputation of being one of the most thrilling and psychologically mind numbing shows around. The anthology series takes place in a not too far off future in the United Kingdom and makes use of different actors […]

The 10 Best 2000s Movies Currently On Netflix

It’s difficult to discern the “best” of anything. What’s the best song? Or the best country? Or the best historical period? Quantifying anything is bound to lead to disagreement, after all. So it is with “Best” lists in general: they are, more often than not, based on opinion. Perhaps by providing a few qualifiers, however, […]

The Other Side of Hope – VIFF 2017 Review

Ostensibly the middle film in Aki Kaurismäki’s still in the works Le Havre harbor trilogy (following 2011’s Le Havre), The Other Side of Hope is another eccentric humanist tale from the forever happy-sad Finnish auteur. Once again achieving the blissful balance between melancholy and mirth, Kaurismäki offers up flapdoodle optimism in this shaggy-dog detour involving […]

Lady Bird – VIFF 2017 Review

Delving into equal parts poignancy and playfulness with surety and poise, Greta Gerwig makes an impressive and unhesitating directorial debut with the charismatic coming-of-age comedy Lady Bird. A rare and relatable portrait of youth, and from a female perspective (Gerwig also wrote the screenplay), this is a film effected with affection, authenticity, and deliberate indulgence. […]

6 Reasons Why “Videodrome” is a Masterpiece of Horror Cinema

David Cronenberg is one of the few, if not the only directors in the film industry that has established himself as prolific and legendary filmmaker by writing, producing and directing mostly horror movies. What separated Cronenberg from other filmmakers in the horror genre is his films were always thought provoking, visceral, and ahead of their […]