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Theatrical Review: Ex Machina (2015)

(aka sEx Machina) Release Date: April 24th. Country: USA. Rating: R. Written by: Alex Garland. Directed by: Alex Garland.  Starring: Domhnall Gleeson, Oscar Isaac, Alicia Vikander, and… Continue reading

Ex Machina

A young programmer is selected to participate in a breakthrough experiment in artificial intelligence by evaluating the human qualities of a breathtaking female A.I. To view this… Continue reading

Blu-ray & DVD: The Digital Dread Report for July14th!

Now this is a week that was designed to strain our wallets, as there are no less than 6 Must Own titles seeing release. Alright, maybe it’s… Continue reading

Uncertain Terms (2014)

Directed by: Nathan SilverCountry: USA Movie Review: Independent American film director, Nathan Silver (“Soft in the Head”), who briefly pops up as an actor, just needed 75 minutes… Continue reading

July’s Top Blu-ray & DVD Pre-Orders!

There are always plenty of new Movies and TV Shows released on Blu-ray & DVD each week, but even if we wanted to, we couldn’t possibly buy… Continue reading

VOD Review: Bound to Vengeance (2015)

The Rape-Revenge Sub-Genre is a tough one for us to get into. First and foremost, it’s not very entertaining to watch a woman being beaten, tortured, or… Continue reading

What Happened, Miss Simone? (2015)

Directed by: Liz GarbusCountry: USA Movie Review: During the last couple of months I had the chance to watch some movies about the life and work of musicians…. Continue reading

What’s New on VOD this Week? A LOT!

There are 8 movies of note hitting VOD outlets this week, and if you can’t find at least one amongst them that you want to watch, then… Continue reading

Alex of Venice (2014)

Directed by: Chris MessinaCountry: USA Movie Review: The true-to-life and unsentimental “Alex of Venice” works both as a character study and family drama. Even if not always cohesive… Continue reading

Still (2014)

…into the darkness of an inescapable alley. Depressively inauspicious, “Still” nurtures a couple of good ideas at its core, which were never developed to reach favorable outcomes. It moves like… Continue reading