Need film recommendations? We’ve got you covered.
Ever feel like your favourite streaming service just isn’t making the right recommendations for you? Check out our helpful film list for a Canadian twist to your movie consumption!
If you liked The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, try St. Lawrence: Stairway to the Sea
If you liked 2001: A Space Odyssey, try Universe
If you liked Inside Llewyn Davis, try Ladies and Gentlemen… Mr. Leonard Cohen
If journeys with dreamy folk singers set your heart ablaze, then follow Leonard Cohen as he renews his “neurotic affiliations”.
If you liked Spawn, try The Devil You Know
Learn all about the mastermind behind Spawn and Venom as Canadian animator Todd McFarlane talks about his life and inspirations.
If you liked Star Wars try, 21-87
If you liked Iron Man, try Project Grizzly
Sound familiar? An eccentric inventor designs a specialized suit of armour they hope makes them invincible. We’re talking about Troy James Hurtubise, a man determined to go head-to-head with a grizzly bear.
If you liked Begin Again, try My Prairie Home
Prairie-born musician Rae Spoon jams out across Canada in a charming little indie doc that also takes the time to break out into catchy music videos.
If you liked The Fast and the Furious, try The Devil at Your Heels
If high-octane cars and the mad, mad people that live to race are your cup of tea, take a spin with Canadian stuntman Ken Carter and be amazed at his guts and feats of driving daredevilry.
If you liked Captain America, try Shredded
Captain America, one of the most iconic WWII heroes in comic literature, was born from the frail, yet patriotic, Steve Rogers. In lieu of a real Super-Soldier Serum existing, watch young men do whatever it takes to bulk up.
If you liked Girlfight, try The Boxing Girls of Kabul
Girls. Kick. Butt. A group of remarkable boxers dream of representing their country at the Olympics and never let politics stand in their way.