A few notes before we discuss the list, a yearly reminder that this is my list of favourite films of the year, not always necessarily the best films. If you don’t agree with me (or vice-versa), that’s okay, let’s discuss it, not argue about it.
I sat down with the director of Sweet Virginia and got to ask him a few questions. Here is our interview, and please do go see Sweet Virginia, opens in Toronto on December 1st.
Every year, there’s an official crossover between all the DCTV (or Arrowverse) shows. At the time, the earlier crossovers were enjoyed due to not truly being aware of what they are capable of, this crossover changes that.
2017 has been a really good year for Stephen King (give or take The Dark Tower). Between Gerald’s Game, It, and a few more TV shows, he has a huge resurgence in terms of adaptations, with much more on the way. Scream Factory also put out a collector’s edition of what most people refer to as one of his best adaptations, Misery.
Most people, but not this person.