Infinite Respawncast – Top Films of 2015

This is it! Chris and Dylan look back on 2015 and compile their personal favourites of 2015. Along with their least favourite films of the year. They also talk about what films they’re excited for others to see in 2016. Next week we’ll be back to our regularly scheduled podcast, with a review of something (we’re still trying to figure out what’s worth seeing).

Dylan’s Top 10:

10. The Hateful Eight
9. Creed
8. What We Do in The Shadows
7. The Duke of Burgundy
6. It Follows
5. Anomalisa
4. Sicario
3. Victoria
2. Carol
1. Ex Machina & Mad Max: Fury Road (tie)

Chris’s Top 10:

10. Crimson Peak
9. Ex Machina
8. Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation
7. The Hateful Eight
6. Sicario
5. The Look of Silence
4. The Gift
3. Spotlight
2. Carol
1. Mad Max: Fury Road

Chris’s Worst 5:

5. Paul Blart Mall Cop 2
4. The Gallows
3. The Ridiculous Six
2. Mortdecai
1. Superfast!

Dylan’s Worst 5:

5. Fantastic Four
4. Me and Earl and the Dying Girl
3. Tomorrowland
2. Jurassic World
1. The Martian

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Anomalisa Review | VIFF 2015

Charlie Kaufman is one of America’s preeminent writers of existentialism and nearly all other forms of humanity. Anomalisa is another example of Kaufman’s look into the droll life of a man, but with his usual quirks and outlooks on love and infidelity added in. With this film being served to the audiences in Kaufman’s first use of animation, there is sure to be some worry among his fans on whether his style can be translated in a different visual medium. It’s safe to say that being lost in this droll, ugly world has never looked so beautiful. Continue reading