Best new Dystopian/Utopian movies (2017) - Top Netflix & Cinema

Why is it that dystopian young adult novels are so extremely popular nowadays? The harder the times, the more people yearn for dystopia, so it seems. These are the ones you shouldn’t miss.
The Vore's Film staff selects the top best dystopian movies of 2017 in cinema, DVD and Netflix. Are George Miller, Francis Lawrence & Joon-ho Bong our new dystopian genre directors? The main focus is on international art house & American and British indie cinema.

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Anticipated 2017 dystopian movies to watch

    The Girl with All the Gifts (Thursday January 26, 2017)

    The Girl with All the Gifts film poster Director
    Colm McCarthy
    Gemma Arterton
    Dominique Tippe
    Glenn Close

    One of the most surprising films of 2016, 'The Girl With All the Gifts' is a film that will satisfy both avid zombie/horror lovers and those who are more into art house cinema. Based on the best-selling novel, 'The Girl...' takes place in a near future, where a virus has turned the majority of the population into a zombie-like species. A very small part of them, so-called 'Hybrids', are capable of emotions though. Melanie is one of them. Is she the key to the solution for mankind? ...Read more

    The Humanity Bureau (Tuesday November 21, 2017)

    The Humanity Bureau film poster Director
    Rob W. King
    Nicolas Cage
    Hugh Dillon
    Sarah Lind

    Nicolas Cage stars in this Canadian upcoming film, set in a not-too-distant future where the government cremates every human being that is expendable. ...Read more

    Logan (Friday March 3, 2017)

    Logan film poster Director
    James Mangold
    Doris Morgado
    Hugh Jackman
    Dafne Keen

    It's 2024 and Wolverine is just a shadow of what he used to be. He takes care of Professor X, close to the border. When an evil organization called Transigen starts recruiting mutants he is forced to act once again. A brilliant swan song of the Wolverine installment which will definitely please people that usually aren't into superhero movies too. ...Read more

Best dystopian movies on Netflix or DVD in 2017 & 2016

2010's best rated dystopian movies out on DVD, Bluray or streaming on VOD (Netflix, Amazon).

    Snowpiercer (Friday July 11, 2014)

    Snowpiercer film poster Director
    Joon-ho Bong
    Chris Evans
    Jamie Bell
    Tilda Swinton

    A climate change experiment has lead to the total annihilation of life from the Earth barring a few passengers who are travelling...Read more

    The Double (Saturday April 19, 2014)

    The Double film poster Director
    Richard Ayoade
    Jesse Eisenberg
    Mia Wasikowska
    Wallace Shawn

    A government clerk's life undergoes an unwanted transformation when his office employees another employee who is an exact...Read more

    The Congress (Thursday July 24, 2014)

    The Congress film poster Director
    Ari Folman
    Robin Wright
    Harvey Keitel
    Jon Hamm

    The concept focuses on the unexpected consequences that arise when an ageing actress who is struggling for a job accepts one last...Read more

    The Zero Theorem (Tuesday August 19, 2014)

    The Zero Theorem film poster Director
    Terry Gilliam
    Christoph Waltz
    Lucas Hedges
    Mélanie Thierry

    A corporate assigns the task of proving 'The zero Theorem' that states that the universe ends as nothing, rendering life...Read more

    The Rover (Thursday June 26, 2014)

    The Rover film poster Director
    David Michôd
    Guy Pearce
    Robert Pattinson
    Scoot McNairy

    The story is set against the backdrop of a global economic crisis; a man's car gets stolen and even after 10 years the...Read more

    High-Rise (Friday March 18, 2016)

    High-Rise film poster Director
    Ben Wheatley
    Tom Hiddleston
    Jeremy Irons

    Versatile British director Ben Wheatley returns with 'High-Rise', a strange and intellectual dystopia flick. Robert Laing is a well-off doctor who decides to live in a elegant and luxurious apartment block. The residents live in complete isolation, the building serving as some kind of micro-society. High-Rise is a movie you simply have to experience; its stark, estranging images, the weird, black situation humor... Wheatley created something entirely unique here.

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