Starring Tom Hanks, and directed by Steven Spielberg, The Terminal is my favorite movie of 2004, and should be a must watch in your Netflix queue.
Set in Norway, primarily taking place in the remote forest and mountains of the country, the movie is shot by a team of college students following a man whose job it is to kill trolls. From deep wood lands to deserted mines to the camping trailer the hunter lives in, the varied locations of the film are fantastically chosen and manipulated to give the appearance o
Visioneers (directed by Jared Drake) is set in a dismal, not-too-distant future wherein George Washington Winsterhammerman (Galifianankis), is a low-level employee of the Jeffers Corporation, a massive conglomerate that runs the United States with its iron fist and ethos of mindless productivity.
If there's a movie I could try to oversell, it would be Terry Gilliam's 1995 Twelve Monkeys. A psychological/suspense thriller, Twelve Monkeys is film making at its best.
No other quote in the latest season of Doctor Who fully encapsulates the personality of the latest actor to portray the titular character.
Few science fiction horror films capture the pure essence of paranoia quite like the ones that make a valiant effort to tell the body snatching story first written by Jack Finney. While Don Siegel's 1956 version of Finney's novel The Body Snatchers is quite possibly the best film to tell the story of an alien race that goes about its world domination without metal spaceships and with flowers, Philip Kaufman's 1978 update holds a much more special place in my heart for a number of reasons.