Good Vibrations isn’t your average biopic, but then again Terri Hooley isn’t your average man. After watching this film I guarantee you’ll want to do a John Peel and listen to Teenage Kicks on repeat, then stick on the entire back catalogue of The Outcasts really loud and have a really good, life-affirming jump around.
Dark Skies tells the story of a run-of-the-mill suburban American family with run-of-the-mill suburban American family problems – like having to share their home with a bunch of aliens. And, as if things weren’t bad enough, these are some of the MOST RUBBISH, CLICHED ALIENS EVER. Don’t believe us? Give it a watch and compare them to the Best For Film’s Top Ten Best Aliens and see for yourself.
Village at the End of the World is a touching, revealing and funny insight into Niaqornat, a tiny coastal village in North West Greenland. Film-maker, Sarah Gavron provides an intimate, personal account of the few inhabitants against a wider, political backdrop of melting ice-caps and the encroaching outside world – each of which represents a very real danger of destroying the Niaqornat way of life