Features

The Underdog: October 2014 Features

The Underdog: October 2014

You know about the bigger music releases of October, but we're betting you missed a few of these guys. Read More
13 Top Spine-Chilling Non-Horror Films Features

13 Top Spine-Chilling Non-Horror Films

Not into ghosts and supernatural but still want an adrenaline rush? Here are 13 non-horror films guaranteed to fright. Read More
10 Scariest Horror Movie Villains Features

10 Scariest Horror Movie Villains

Leaders in their field, these 10 pro villains still give the Way Too Indie staff nightmares. Read More
The Mainstream: Fall, Festivals, Frights! Features

The Mainstream: Fall, Festivals, Frights!

We may seem like reclusive budget-shirking obscure film enthusiasts over here at Way Too Indie, and well, some of us are, but we’re not living in any dark holes and far be it from of us to say that a film that had a little money behind it isn’t worth our notice. So here we Read More
MVFF37: Our Most Anticipated Indies Features

MVFF37: Our Most Anticipated Indies

The 37th annual Mill Valley Film Festival is upon us, a festival with a reputation of showcasing future Academy Awards Best Picture winners (12 years a Slave, Argo, The Artist), but we’ve decided to highlight some of our most anticipated indies at the festival because, well, that’s sort of our schtick. There are dozens of independent films in Read More
The Underdog: September 2014 Features

The Underdog: September 2014

Now that fall is finally here, the big name releases keep coming in even larger amounts. The third edition of The Underdog, then, feels more important than ever: a lot of good new stuff that came out this month got overlooked and remains in the shadow of, say, Aphex Twin or Interpol. For the listener Read More
Best and Worst Films of TIFF 2014 Features

Best and Worst Films of TIFF 2014

With Toronto now in our rearview mirror, we’ve had time to reflect on which films at the festivals left the greatest impression on us as well as ones that left us with a bad taste (check out our coverage hub). Unlike last year’s 12 Years a Slave or Gravity, the lineup this year seemed to Read More
20 Must See Werner Herzog Films Features

20 Must See Werner Herzog Films

“The collapse of the stellar universe will occur – like creation – in grandiose splendor” – Blaise Pascal (from Lessons Of Darkness) Explorer, provocateur, genius, madman. Werner Herzog has been called lots of things, and whether you consider yourself a devoted fan or just a partial admirer, it’s hard to deny the towering presence of Read More
The Mainstream: Finally, the Summer Is Over Features

The Mainstream: Finally, the Summer Is Over

We may seem like reclusive budget-shirking obscure film enthusiasts over here at Way Too Indie, and well, some of us are, but we’re not living in any dark holes and far be it from of us to say that a film that had a little money behind it isn’t worth our notice. So here we Read More