Tagged: diandra recommends
Elementary is an American adaptation of Arthur Conan Doyle’s beloved Sherlock Holmes, developed for long-lasting seasons that CBS hopes to last several seasons so they can drag you for years and years, and they’re doing a decent job at it.
Ozon’s latest is a voyeuristic tale of a young man who works his way into the house of a fellow student for the sake of crafting a story to tell his teacher that breaks the barrier between reader and writer.
Pablo Berger’s Blancanieves is a blending of the classic films and tales we’ve all seen and heard, with a new and modern touch that makes it all the more pleasant and accessible.
Readers of all ages can appreciate this heartrending story of loss and monsters.
It begins with a baby found in a forest. It ends with a scene of carnage set to the sounds of ABBA.
Quite frankly, the most heartbreaking film I’ve ever seen.
Channel 4’s intense thriller brings whiplash twists, dynamic characters, a distinctive score, and some of the most breathtaking images produced for television this year.
Brandon Cronenberg follows in his father’s footsteps with an impressive body horror/thriller.
Abducted at the age of twelve, and forced to kill her parents, Komona joins the trope of other kids to become a member of the rebel army.
Described as “a French Twin Peaks”, “a LOST-like mystery”, and “the anti-Walking Dead”, this restrained take on zombie drama asks: When the dead rise, what will they want from us?