Nate Lam

Editor-in-chief of Before The Cyborgs. Part time filmmaker and occasional short story author. One day he hopes to be as cool as Bill Murray. Follow his latest work on Before The Cyborgs or follow him on twitter (@NateTheCyborg) to get the latest updates.

Recent articles

BTC Staff Survey: 2018 Retrospective / 2019 Preview

With 2018 now behind us, we asked our staff: What was the most underrated movie of 2018? What was your favorite performance of 2018? and finally What is your most anticipated movie of 2019?

Before The Cyborgs Contributors’ Top 10 films of 2018

Our Contributors give their personal top 10 movies of 2018 lists and explain what the year meant to them

Review: Mary Poppins Returns

Mary Poppins Returns has its charms but cannot escape the shadow of the original.

The 40 Best Movies of 2018

Our picks for the 40 best movies of 2018.

Review: The Mule

Neither Clint Eastwood nor The Mule itself are the flashiest or most sophisticated effort you'll ever see but the familiarity of their approach lends itself to a satisfying result nonetheless

In Appreciation Of: Schindler’s List At 25

Revisiting Spielberg's harrowing Holocaust drama on its 25th Anniversary

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[EIFF Review] – The Guilty

The Guilty makes the most of its minimalist design relying on stellar sound / production design to deliver a tense thriller

[EIFF Review] – Clara

Clara embarks on a journey of enlightenment in the deep recesses of outer space.

News & Notes Round-Up: September 17th

The Predator wins the box office, Patrick Stewart is in the new Charlie's Angels, Mary Poppins Returns and Batman gets a new dad.
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[Trailer] Watch The Trailer For Early Awards Contender “The Favourite” Starring Emma Stone

"As it turns out, I am capable of much unpleasantness"

Review: Avengers: Infinity War

Avengers: Infinity War is dubbed “the most ambitious crossover event of all time” on the surface but feels far more pedestrian when examined closer.

In Appreciation Of: Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle

On a quest to satisfy a serious case of the munchies, Harold & Kumar became the unlikeliest duo to transcend the stoner comedy genre