The indie film industry has a long history.
Many of the biggest names in the industry have been making films for decades, and their work is widely respected.
There’s no denying that there are some truly incredible films out there.
Now that the 2017-18 NHL season has come to an end, it’s time to pick out the best indie films to watch out for.
A few of our favorites are: Birds of a Feather by J. Scott Thomas (2012) This film is about a young couple, J.S. and Amanda, who get lost in the woods.
Scott Thomas stars as the title character, and his wife Amanda is an aspiring actress.
This film was a big hit with the crowd at festivals.
Battlestar Galactica by Neil Marshall (2006) Neil Marshall is the man behind Battlestar Galactica.
He is best known for his role in Supernatural, The Walking Dead, and Fringe.
Marshall is a veteran actor who is best-known for his roles in The Office, Mad Men, Law & Order: SVU, Grey’s Anatomy, Downton Abbey, and Sons of Anarchy.
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey by Matthew Vaughn (2011) Matthew Vaughn is best remembered for his work on The Walking Dead.
His latest film is a fantastic action adventure starring Elijah Wood, who is known for playing the lead role in The Walking Dead.
I’ve been waiting for a year to watch this film.
It’s a little more complex than most films, but it’s not hard to see why it has been a hit.
An American Werewolf in London by Paul Thomas Anderson (2014) Paul Thomas Anderson is the director behind The Master.
He also directed a number of acclaimed films, including Gravity, Black Swan, Serenity, American Hustle, Casablanca, and The Grand Budapest Hotel.
He has also directed several of the most critically acclaimed films of the last few decades.
This movie is a great entry into the world of James Bond and is one of my favorites of the bunch.
Citizen Kane by Stanley Kubrick (1951) Stanley Kubrick is the father of film.
His films are iconic, but they have also become extremely controversial, with some critics and fans saying that Kubrick’s films are misogynistic.
I don’t buy that argument, but I will say that the film’s depiction of rape and the assassination of James Capra is an iconic part of cinema.
In this film, a woman (Cillian Murphy) is raped by a man (Hugh Grant).
It’s the kind of story that we rarely see in films these days, and it’s a powerful story that deserves more attention.
Lone Survivor by John Woo (2001) John Woo is known as one of the masters of martial arts cinema, and this film is an incredible example of what he did.
The movie is based on the best-selling novel by Stephen King.
It tells the story of a young man (Kwon Do Kim) who is recruited into a paramilitary organization and tasked with tracking down a mysterious woman (Kim Yeo) in Hong Kong.
It is one hell of a movie.
Spirited Away by John Waters (1961) The Beatles were just getting started when John Waters wrote the great song “Spirated Away.”
Sylvester Stallone was just starting to hit his stride when he starred in this film that is a classic for all things Rocky.
Stallone is one-half of the legendary Stallone & Sons gang that produced some of the best action films of all time.
Gremlins by Joel Schumacher (2010) Grimm and his co-stars Joel Schamberg and Sam Rockwell starred in one of those classic films that was always going to be the definitive take on the classic film franchise.
Michael Myers, a young orphan with a terrible case of the mumps, is recruited by the evil Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde to find out why the killer is after his mother.
There is no shortage of great horror movies out there, and there are plenty of good ones as well.
Hannibal by Martin Scorsese (2013) There are a few great films out on Netflix right now, and they all have their moments.
But I’ve never seen Hannibal.
I’m not sure why.
But it’s definitely a movie I’d watch, and one that I could definitely recommend to a movie fan.
Fargo by FX Networks (2013), FX Networks FXX Networks has long been known for their signature show Fargo.
Their newest show, Fargo: The Next Generation, has taken the series and made it a much more sophisticated and complex show.
Fargo is set in the 1960s, and its