Gilliam, Lynch, and Cronenburg collide in this list of dystopian nightmares that lean on Kafka's aesthetic; difficult to sum it up without resorting to the circular adjective 'Kafkaesque', but you'll know it when you see it!
Sick of sci-fi blockbusters with big-budgets and no brain? Then look no further than this collection of modern indie masterpieces guaranteed to make you ponder time, space, and everything in between. At least a couple gems you've never heard of guaranteed!
In the vein of 'Being John Malkovich': these existential mind-boggling comedies will leave you in slightly confused hysterics, as you question life, reality, and your own sanity. Make sure to check out Terry Gilliam's 1985 classic 'Brazil' for a particularly silly treat!
All the best British sci-fi movies since Danny Boyle's 2003 smash-hit '28 Days Later', which some people say revived British cinema. Make sure to check out recent hoody sci-fi/horror 'Attack the Block'!
Although anyone who has watched 'Brules Rules' will find it slightly difficult to take John C. Reilly seriously in his more dramatic roles, they won't be able to say after watching 'We Need to Talk About Kevin' that the man is solely a comedic talent.