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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

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

They Returned (2015)

Directed by: Ivan NoelCountry: Argentina Movie Review: From Argentina, country that usually spits out a lot of interesting dramas, comedies, and thrillers, comes “They Returned”, a part crime,… 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

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

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