Ian Holm, Sarah Polley and Bruce Greenwood, among others, star in what stands as one of the best films of the '90s.
As awards season kicks on and praise is poured on the very best films of 2017, well... we felt like souring up the mood a little.
From Aussie-produced horror, to must-see U.S. indies, to South Korean action goodness...
Sicario, Arrival, Incendies, Prisoners. Villeneuve is one of the finest directors working today.
The Keanu Reeves and Patrick Swayze-starring picture is still a celluloid representation of a pulsing adrenal gland.
A bad choice here usually means your days are severely numbered.
Gut-busting laughs and overwhelmingly uncomfortable situations are on offer in this underseen comedy-reality gem.
Future sport is big business. Future sport is life and death. Future sport is secretly critiquing society as a whole.
Contrary to what the critics think...
This competitive cooking show wins out over its more familiar and arguably more celebrated competitors.
From the underrated to the underused, DCTV just wouldn’t be the same without them.
After 3 sequels, 2 spinoffs and 2 prequels, you still can't go past the original.
Sigourney Weaver and Ben Kingsley deliver what may be their best-ever performances in Polanski's provocative thriller.