Tagged: diandra recommends
Alfonso Cuarón’s sci-fi action piece is just as much a meditation on life, death, and humanity’s will to survive as it is an engaging thrill ride.
Wheatley confirms, once and for all, his immense versatility and creative quality with the puzzling and odd A Field in England, a very low-budget film of avant-garde experimentalism featuring grotesquely appealing cinematography, rough humor, and a wildly violent side that not even his bleak Kill List can come close.
Under the hand of Guillermo Del Toro, I’m glad to say that Pacific Rim is not only a hell of an spectacle, but it’s also a very solid film for the not-so-good 2013 summer film season.
Hannibal overturns expectations of crime procedurals and Lecter incarnations by focusing on the first-hand and secondhand effects of murder on the mind.
World War Z is my favorite piece of zombie literature. Let me tell you why.
Johnnie To pumps your blood in this classic tale of cat and mouse where the cat has already caught the mouse.
If the living dead could be ‘rehabilitated,’ could they still return to their previous lives?
Jazz musicians of mixed nationalities and ethnicities struggle to survive Nazi Berlin and occupied Paris. Decades later, the survivors still face the consequences of their choices.
Machines, robots turned human, politics, religion and the metaphysics all blend in the revamp of this 1978 show for SyFy.
A mother moves away from the city to raise both her wolf children.