Generation Film’s Top 20 Films of 2014

20. The Double– Part steampunk fiction, part Kafkaesque nightmare, and part foreboding warning of what’s to come, Richard Ayoude’s The Double embodies the paranoia of homogenization, a fear that should be more prevalent in a social media age where voices can be copied and personas can be mimicked. Based on the novel by Dostoevsky and … Continue reading

Movie Review: Gone Girl (2014) – David Fincher’s Cinematic Craftwork and Gillian Flynn’s Loyal Script Ignite a Diabolically Fun Yet Immensely Cynical Thriller

As it is with all David Fincher directed features there is always a mixture of vague and seductive mystery layers to be uncovered usually from the point of view of some deeply complex protagonist, whether it’s the obsessions of a newspaper cartoonist in a methodical killer manhunt in Zodiac, a smug investment banker undergoing a … Continue reading